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 reliant domestic learn and in teams or sessions lower than formal guideline. With the previous target 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 simplicity of reference and evaluate, each one grammatical subject is mentioned as absolutely as manageable 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 an effective origin can extra successfully be accomplished via research below knowledgeable supervision or with a local speaker of the language, the presentation has additionally been made adapt in a position to this kind of learn. The short fill-in routines in each one lesson supply a version for any volume of drill, and the dialogues and readings incorporated at abnormal periods in addition to the evaluation selec tions positioned after each few chapters gives you the mandatory additional perform in supervised guide. aid should still as a minimum be sought with the pronunciation, the important stumbling-block within the method of both self sustaining or supervised study.
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Extra resources for Introduction to Dutch: A Practical Grammar
14. Heb je zin in een kopje thee? ja, ik heb dorst. 15. Hij eet geen appels. Hij eet nooit appels. 16. Die hoed daar in de etalage is niet goedkoop, hij is duur. 17. De kast is achter die tafe! daar. 18. Hij praat veel. Hij praat te veel. Ig. Ik vind ze niet goedkoop. Translate into Dutch: 8. I. I am standing on a corner and waiting for a friend. 2. He is not on time. 3. We are sitting at the table. 4. Beside the closet, above the table, is a bookshelf. He reads a lot. 5. Are you eating a sandwich?
In de herfst krijgen wij veel regen. Translate into Dutch: IO. I. The bread is too dry. 2. This dry bread is not good. 3. I have few books, but he has still fewer books. 4. Those large trees in front of the house are very pretty. 5. It is an important book. 6. The trees are even prettier in the summer. 7. I need a new car. 8. But you have a car. Isn't that good enough? 9. No, that one is too big and too expensive. 10. I need a cheap car. I am not rich. II. She likes to wear something new. 12. Take another orange!
Ffer al klaar? I'am sorry, but it isn't ready yet Does he have the suitcase ready yet? Further discussion of the many subtleties in the usage of die would lead beyond the scope of our elementary grammar. 3. When a sentence contains two objects, the direct (usually a thing) and the indirect (usually a person) occur in various sequences depending upon whether they are pronouns or nouns. Observe the following examples: (a) ikgeefhethem (b) ik geefhem het geld (c) ik geefhet geld aan hem I give it to him I give him the money I give the money to him 51 (d) ik geefhet aan de man (e) ik geef de man het geld (f) ik geefhet geld aan de man I give it to the man I give the man the money I give the money to the man 4.
Introduction to Dutch: A Practical Grammar by William Z. Shetter