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Verbs

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Verbs are central to expressing the activity described in the sentence. They indicate what the subject of a sentence is doing. Related

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Question Words

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Question words are used when asking about people, things, places, times, etc. The answer to these questions is never yes or no. Question words...

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Pronouns

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A pronoun stands in the place of or refers to a noun. There are several types of pronoun: Related

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Pronominal Adverbs

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A pronominal adverb (for example er, daar, hier, waar) functions like a pronoun, but it takes an adverbial form. Like a pronoun, It is...

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Prepositions

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Prepositions usually occur in front of a noun. Go to the Curriculum tab to start this course. Related

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Particles

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Particles can be loosely defined a words without a specific meaning but with a definite function in conversation. They are difficult to translate directly...

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Numerals

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There are three different kinds of numerals: cardinals (hoofdtelwoorden) ordinals (rangtelwoorden) indefinite numerals (onbepaalde telwoorden) Go to the Curriculum tab to start this course....

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Nouns

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As part of a sentence, a noun is a word that names something. It can be a person, animal, thing or abstract concept. Go...

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Er

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The word er occurs a great deal in Dutch. Sometimes it is easy to translate into English, but at other times it is not. Its...

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Conjunctions

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Conjunctions link two clauses together. There are two types of conjunctions: co-ordinating subordinating Go to the Curriculum tab to start this course. Related

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Comparative and Superlative

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The comparative and superlative are forms of an adjective which are used to compare two things or people with one another, to evaluate their...

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Adverbs

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There are different kinds of adverbs according to their meaning. Go to the Curriculum tab to start this course. Related

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Articles

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All nouns in Dutch have a definite article (cf. ‘the’ in English). Most nouns can also occur with an indefinite article (cf. ‘a’ in...

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Adjectives

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Adjectives are words that qualify nouns. They express a particular quality of the noun, such as colour (geel, rood, zwart) or dimensions (groot, lang,...

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