Dutch for Beginners: Family

Dutch for Beginners: Family

Dutch for Beginners: Family The following words are used to talk about your family in Dutch: Familie Family Man Man Vrouw Woman Jongen Boy Meisje Girl Vader Father Moeder Mother Zoon, zonen Son, sons Dochter Daughter Kind (*), kinderen Child, children Broer Brother Zus Sister Opa, grootvader Grandfather Oma Grandmother Oom Uncle Tante Aunt Neef Nephew; cousin (male) Nicht Niece; cousin (female) Schoonvader Father-in-law Schoonmoeder Mother-in-law Ouders Parents Getrouwd Married Verloofd Engaged Gescheiden Divorced Weduwe Widow Weduwnaar Widower Geboorte Birth Dood Death Scheiding Divorce Huwelijk (*) Marriage Bruiloft Wedding Verjaardag Birthday Jubileum (*) Anniversary NOTE: The definite article for singular nouns marked (*) is "het" (e.g., "het kind" = [...]

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Dutch for Beginners: Jobs

Dutch for Beginners: Jobs

  Dutch for Beginners: Jobs The following words are used to talk about jobs in Dutch: Baan, banen Job, jobs Werk (*) Work Werken To work Beroep (*) Profession, occupation Bakker Baker Slager Butcher Kruidenier Grocer Melkboer Milkman; dairyman Apotheker Pharmacist Agent, agente Policeman, policewoman Soldaat Soldier Leraar Teacher Tuinman Gardener Loodgieter Plumber Metselaar Bricklayer Kleermaker Tailor Schoenmaker Cobbler Juwelier Juweller Secretaresse Secretary Drukker Printer Uitgever Publisher Werkloos Unemployed Uitkering Unemployment benefit Opslag Raise Solliciteren To apply for Sollicitatiegesprek Job interview NOTE: The definite article for singular nouns marked (*) is "het" (e.g., "het werk" = [...]

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Dutch for Beginners : Irregular Verbs

Irregular Verbs The following verbs do not follow the normal rules for the formation of the past and perfect tenses. Present tense Past tense Perfect tense Meaning Aanbieden bood aan heeft aangeboden offer Aandoen deed aan heeft aangedaan Aandrijven dreef aan heeft aangedreven Aangeven gaf aan heeft aangegeven Aanhouden hield aan heeft aangehouden Aankijken keek aan heeft aangekeken Aankomen kwam aan is aangekomen Aannemen nam aan heeft aangenomen Aansluiten sloot aan heeft aangesloten Aansnijden sneed [...]

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Dutch for Beginners:

Dutch for Beginners Dutch is the mother tongue of over 21 million people: almost all of the inhabitants of The Netherlands, about half of the people living in Belgium (those living in Flanders or "Vlaanderen"), and many inhabitants of former Dutch colonies [...]

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Subject Pronouns A pronoun is a word that is used to replace a noun (a person, place, thing, idea, or quality). Pronouns allow for fluidity by eliminating the need to constantly repeat the same noun in a sentence. A subject pronoun replaces a subject noun(the noun performing [...]

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Dutch Lesson 4

Dutch Lesson 4

Regular  Verbs and Negation You've already worked your way through three chapters. Make sure you understood everything that appeared in those chapters. Make sure you understand the grammar and vocabulary and do make the exercises to practice. Also make sure you [...]

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Italian Possessive pronouns

Italian Possessive pronouns

Personal Possessive Adjective and Pronouns in Italian This chart covers basic personal possessive adjectives and pronouns  Italian Personal Possessive Adjectives/Pronouns English Italian Singular/Masculine Italian Singular/Feminine Italian Plural/Masculine Italian Plural/Feminine Mine Yours His/Hers Ours Yours Theirs il mio il tuo il suo il nostro il vostro il loro la mia la tua la sua la nostra la vostra la loro i miei i tuoi i suoi i nostri i vostri i loro le mie le tue le sue le nostre le [...]

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