Dutch lesson: Lesson 4
Well, before going on to questions, I’ll introduce you to you, jij. unstressed is je. Jij and je are very INFORMAL. Jij needs a form of he. (with a -t)
But, instead of using heeft, jij/je uses hebt.
If you speak to someone you don’t know, or someone who is more important than you, you use u instead of jij/je. U behaves the same as hij/zij.
Well, It’s time for Questions.
It’s not so hard, only put the sentence in a different order.
For normal sentences, the order is Subject-Verb-Object.
In a question it is: Verb-Subject-Object.
DO NOT USE DOE, LIKE IN ENGLISH!!!!!!!
It’s not really hard.
To answer, say: Ja (yes), or Nee (no).
A last thing I want to tell you, is that the verb, as used by we and they (wij and zij) is also the infinitive.
Spreek is long, but it isn’t spreeken, but spreken (you would say spreeken the same as spreken). Actually, hebben is a short e as in bed, hebben is another e, and you have to pronounce it as in ze and je.
Hope you understand it all!
If you don’t, just do some lessons again!
NOTE: This appears to be the last lesson so far. The course is not marked as finished so there should probably be more lessons in the future. In the meanwhile, you might want to check out some of the other courses we have:
|Introduction to Dutch||a course of Dutch with 5 lessons produced by Linas|
|Greek Medio-Passive Voice Explained||a course of Greek with 10 lessons produced by Linas|
|Introduction to Polish||a course of Polish with 5 lessons produced by Linas|
|Introduction to Romanian||a course of Romanian with 5 lessons produced by Linas|
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