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Michel Thomas Beginner Dutch, Lesson 4 | [Cobie Adkins-de Jong, Els Van Geyte]

Michel Thomas Beginner Dutch, Lesson 4

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In lesson 4 of the Dutch Beginner course, you’ll learn about Dutch stressed pronouns and words that send the first verb to the end of the sentence (the 'omdat' effect) and be able to say that you like doing something using 'graag' with…- adjectives and adverbs: 'nice', 'all', 'beautiful', 'with pleasure, gladly', 'also', 'possible', 'impossible', 'tired', 'boring'- nouns: 'friend/s', 'house/home'- Dutch plurals- saying 'I like doing XXX' in Dutch: 'I do XXX with pleasure, gladly'- producing verb endings from the 'to' form- Dutch stressed pronouns: 'you', 'she', 'they', 'we'- social communications: 'thank you' - making words negative by adding 'on ' at the beginning- making comparisons using 'wel' and 'niet'- verbs: 'I am', 'you are', 'he is'- place expression: 'at home'- linking word: 'because'- words that send the first verb to the end of the sentence (the 'omdat' effect)In the next lesson you'll learn how to use the Dutch ' je' ending (making things small or less formal), reflexive verbs and the Dutch 'geen' negative forms.

©2013 Michel Thomas (P)2013 Hodder & Stoughton

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