Introduction to Dutch: A Practical Grammar by William Z. Shetter

By William Z. Shetter

First version This grammar arose from the necessity for a concise presentation of the necessities of the Dutch language which can be used either for self sustaining domestic examine and in teams or periods lower than formal guideline. With the previous goal in brain, the reasons were made as self-explanatory as attainable, and a whole key to the workouts has been supplied in an appendix. within the curiosity of simplicity and straightforwardness of reference and assessment, each one grammatical subject is mentioned as absolutely as potential in a single position, and an attempt has been made to incorporate just one significant grammatical function in anyone bankruptcy. yet considering the fact that a superior starting place can extra successfully be completed via learn less than informed supervision or with a local speaker of the language, the presentation has additionally been made adapt­ capable of this kind of research. The short fill-in workouts in every one lesson supply a version for any quantity of drill, and the dialogues and readings incorporated at abnormal durations in addition to the assessment selec­ tions put after each few chapters promises the required further perform in supervised guide. support may still as a minimum be sought with the pronunciation, the valuable stumbling-block within the means of both self reliant or supervised research.

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10. What do you mean? I mean, I am looking for a house. 11. Which way? Go this way. 12. Whose is this house? I don't know (it). Ours is around the corner. 13. He is right. Yes, you are right. No, you are wrang (you are making amistake). 14. What kind of fellow is his brother ? 15. Which restaurant do you mean? 16. How much does a good motor bicycle cost? 17. John, where is your coat? Mr. Teeuw, is this your coat? 18. Which coat is yours? This one is mine. 19. Are you going horne? Yes, my wife is waiting for me.

5. Wij wonen naast de kerk. 6. Praat langzaam, alstublieft. Ik versta U niet. 7. Bent U bijna 34 klaar? Ja, ik ben nu klaar. 8. Hier is de tramhalte. Wij wachten hier op de tram. 9. Ik zie de tram al. Hij is vandaag op tijd. 10. Op de hoek is de winkel, achter de kerk. 11. Het gebouw naast de kerk is de bibliotheek. 12. Kijk daar in die etalage! Die hoed is mooi, en niet duur. 13. Wij kijken naar allerlei hoeden, maar zij zijn allemaal te duur. 14. Heb je zin in een kopje thee? Ja, ik heb dorst.

2. De man is in het huis. 3. De melk is in de fIes, en de fies melk is in de keuken. 4. Dit huis heeft twee ramen en twee deuren. 5. De lucifers zijn in de doos op de tafel. 6. Hier is een doos lucifers. 7. Deze stad is groot, maar die is klein. 8. Vijf glazen en vijf kopjes zijn schoon. 9. Die man heeft vier kinderen : drie dochters en een zoon. 10. De bibliotheek is in deze straat. 11. De koffie is in een kopje, maar de melk is in een glas. 12. Een kopje koffie of een glas melk? 13. Een man heeft twee ogen en twee oren.

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