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By Bieneke Berendsen
The list contains basic verbs, no derived verbs.
This means that compound verbs are not mentioned, unless the basic verb does not exist separately. For verbs like uitzenden (to broadcast) or onderzoeken (to examine) you will have to look for zenden (to send) and zoeken (to seek) respectively. The same goes for verbs that can take different prefixes, like be-, ge-, ver-, ont- etc. For example, if you wish to learn the conjugation of verlaten (to leave), you have to look under L for laten (to let).
Only derived verbs that are conjugated differently or take another auxiliary verb in the past participle, are mentioned separately.
Recall that in the passive voice, we always use zijn.
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Verbs and prepositions