Dutch, like English, is one of the Germanic languages. It stands about midway between English and German and is the closest to English of any of the major Germanic languages. This book is an introductory guide divided into 26 chapters, taking the student step by step through the rules of Dutch grammar. The book also includes an English-Dutch/Dutch-English glossary featuring vocabulary used in the book.
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adjective adjectives alarum Answer in Dutch arrive article back barometer baron Baron van Münchhausen boat book brandkast Cassettes cent chair clock cold country dark blue dictafoon Dictation downstairs druif dubbeltjes English Exercise first five fles following form formal front fruit girder given in Lesson glass goed goes Grammar HIPPOCRENE home house huis huzaren Indicate Infinitive journey jullie kelder kwartjes large Lesson Seventeen Lesson Sixteen light long look looking luggage make market merchant MF Sg nachtelijke bezoekers night nouns number o'clock object oneself onze paard Past people Peter phonetic pistol plural poker Pres Present pronoun pronunciation exercise quarter Reading Matter room root round rule rules sentence ship shot side singular small sneltrein snow sound station story street strong verbs stuivers syllable town train tram Translate into Dutch travel used Vocabulary vowel walk wash wassen weak white wijnfles window woman wood write zakmes