Learn Dutch lessons, part 6: numbers, this & that, pronouns

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Part 6: Numbers, this & that, pronouns

Lesson 34: numbers

Lesson 35: This, that, these

Lesson 36: connecting sentences

Lesson 37: little words: their meaning

Exercise: numbers & sentences

Write in full the following numbers in Dutch:
  1. 105
  2. 43
  3. 1247
  4. 45839
  5. 3002453780
Translate the sentences, mind the demonstrative pronouns:
  1. They are in that hotel.
  2. These women have mad husbands (mad = gek).
  3. Can he present this friend?
  4. We use that.
  5. Do you (formal) speak that language? (language = de taal)
Translate the sentences.
  • I forget that that man speaks many languages.
  • The son, which has a hotel, speaks to my grandparents.
  • The orphan of that game that everyone wants, is there.
  • I go unless you (informal single) want to speak.
  • So you want something? (plural informal)

Write in full the following numbers in Dutch:
  1. honderd(en)vijf
  2. drieënveertig
  3. duizend tweehonderdzevenenveertig
  4. vijfenveertigduizend achthonderdnegenendertig
  5. drie miljard twee miljoen vierhonderddrieënvijftigduizend zevenhonderdtachtig
Translate the sentences, mind the demonstrative pronouns:
  1. Ze zijn in dat hotel.
  2. Die vrouwen hebben gekke mannen.
  3. Kan hij die vriend voorstellen?
  4. We gebruiken dat.
  5. Spreekt u die taal?
Translate the sentences.
  • Ik vergeet dat die man vele talen spreekt.
  • De zoon, die een hotel heeft, spreekt met mijn grootouders.
  • De wees van dat spel dat iedereen wil, is daar.
  • Ik ga tenzij je wil spreken. 
  • Dus jullie willen iets?

Lesson 38: some funny expressions
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Lesson 39: tip language exchange

Here's the links for the language exchange.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5


  1. None of the above. It's 'I have 882 828 breads.'
  2. False, millions as well.
  3. Die, it's a de-word in the singular.
  4. 3, gebeurd is gebeurt, honderdduizenden in one word and ik vergeet geen namen instead of niet.
  5. Partly true, partly false. They both change the normal order of sentences.
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