Learn Dutch lessons, part 3: Verbs

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Part 3: Verbs

Lesson 17: verbs in the present

Lesson 18: some useful verbs

Lesson 19: the imperative

Translate the following sentences:
  1. Our names are Mark, Jean and Sofie.
  2. You ask my name. (you = jij)
  3. You go with the car. (you = plural)
  4. They know a hotel.
  5. He can introduce the mister. (use the infinitive)
  6. Give the ID card or the passport!
  7. I use the telephone.
  8. It happens there.
  9. Good afternoon, work for free!
  10. He has a signature.
  1. Wij heten Mark, Jean en Sofie.
  2. Jij vraagt mijn naam.
  3. Jullie gaan met de auto.
  4. Zij kennen een hotel. 
  5. Hij kan de meneer introduceren.
  6. Geef de identiteitskaart of het paspoort!
  7. Ik gebruik de telefoon.
  8. Het gebeurt daar.
  9. Goedenamiddag, werk gratis!
  10. Hij heeft een handtekening.
Lesson 20: False friends: these are no synonyms
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Lesson 21: the article

Lesson 22: every day a bit of Dutch!

Question 1:

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Question 3:

Question 4:

Question 5:

Question 6:

  1. Grammatically correct and a bit weird. It's 'wees een wees'. Wel it's difficult to order someone to be an orphan, but grammatically it's ok.
  2. None of the above. It means 'good morning, tomorrow we'll go' and that can be correct.
  3. Correct.
  4. One mistake. It's wil je, without the t.
  5. No, it's from 'to give'.
  6. Correct

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