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- Fri Jun 01, 2012 2:08 pm
- Forum: Nouns & articles
- Topic: Help Learning De and Het
- Replies: 2
- Views: 5484
Here is a new game that can help you learn de and het nouns. http://www.languagestudygames.com/ This is the first in a series of grammar games. They are designed primarily for native English speakers at beginner or intermediate level. If you have any suggestions or feedback, we would love to hear fr...
http://www.rnw.nl/nederlands/radioprogramme/klare-taal Just to inform everyone who is interested in Radio Nederland, they will soon cease broadcasting entirely. This is a shame, because it is a very useful learning tool. This program, Klare Taal, has already ended except for one more "best of" show...
I have noticed that for American speakers the difference between eu and uu is difficult to hear (and reproduce). The problem seems to be that American English does not have any vowel where you constrict your lips as strongly into a tiny circle as you do when e.g. you whistle. Both the uu sound and ...
The vowels eu, ee and oo change a bit before r, at least in some (most?) accents. Many native people are not really aware of this, but if you listen carefully to for example the oo sounds in boot and boor or beek and beer, you should be able to hear a difference. I'm not sure if this is also the ca...
There is a known problem with the HTML. Hopefully it will get fixed soon.Joke wrote:Nice!Dora wrote:If you like that, you might also like this.
But it seems to work in IE only. In Firefox and Chrome, I get an empty screen.
If you like that, you might also like this.jonasvsl wrote:Hoi Aladar,
Hier: http://lingo-buddy.com/index.php/en/gra ... your-dutch kan je de-het oefeningen doen. Misschien heb je er wat aan,
- Thu Sep 01, 2011 3:12 am
- Forum: Verbs
- Topic: "geloofd" doesnt come under "pocket fish" ?
- Replies: 4
- Views: 6850
The pocket fish is introduced here: http://www.dutchgrammar.com/en/?n=Verbs.Re09Quetzal wrote:Pocket fish? I'd never heard of that one... nice. And really not even more random than the Dutch ones.
I'm certainly no expert in Dutch, but I do know some things about database and data structure design. It seems to me that if a word has more than one meaning, and crosses more than one category, then it needs to either have multiple entries (one for each category) or a single entry with a list of al...
- Sun Mar 13, 2011 10:59 pm
- Forum: Hints and Tips
- Topic: Spelling Checking software?
- Replies: 3
- Views: 7967
In firefox, you can have your spelling checked by adding this add-on: https://addons.mozilla.org/nl/firefox/addon/woordenboek-nederlands/ And if you use this, you might wish to also add-on Dictionary Switcher, which lets you toggle easily between two languages, just in case you would like to someti...
- Tue Mar 08, 2011 7:49 pm
- Forum: General support, questions & suggestions
- Topic: Kwebbelhoekjedag
- Replies: 47
- Views: 30718
Sorry, I didn't see this before. I have no idea how to use the chat without logging into the forum, and I rarely log in anymore since it makes me try to decipher one of those evil images. Mostly I fail and it is too frustrating. So, you all will have to chat without me next time.