1. Note that most of them have vowel changes, both in past tense and past participle. In that case: there is practically never -t(e)(n) or-d(e)(n) at the end,the past participle practically always ends on-en. 2. The list is far from complete. Listed the most current ones and skipped derived forms that go the same way. For exemple – kopen, trekken andstaan, …Continue Reading...
1.Dutch Pronouns- In English personal pronouns are (I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they), and (me, you, him, her, it, us, you, them), In Dutch, the personal pronouns are: ik… (I), jij… (you), hij… (he), zij… (she), wij… (we), jullie… (you plural.), zij… (they) 2.Dutch Plural- In Dutch the most common plural endings are en, s. But there are …Continue Reading...
Have you ever been confused about, How to approach when learning a foreign language? I have always wondered should I learn ‘Grammar’ first and understand how to construct a sentence or I just focus on building my ‘Vocabulary’ so that I can make sense what people are talking around me. Unlike the learning of ‘Grammar’, which is essentially a rule …Continue Reading...