usage of stressed and unstressed subject pronouns

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A pronoun replaces a noun or another pronoun. E.g. 'he', 'which', or 'her'. There are different types of pronouns: personal, possessive, indefinite, relative... You can post your questions about Dutch pronouns here.
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usage of stressed and unstressed subject pronouns

Post by mderuyter » Thu Nov 10, 2016 1:30 am

Hallo Forum:

Ik heb een helpje nodig. (I need a little help.)

Can someone explain when I should be using the stressed form of a subject pronouns instead of the unstressed form.

U kunt me in het nederlands of het engles antwoorden. You can answer in Dutch or English.

Bedankt en groetjes!!! Thanks and regards!!!

Scott :-o :-o

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Re: usage of stressed and unstressed subject pronouns

Post by mderuyter » Thu Nov 10, 2016 1:49 am

Hi all:

I found it.. It is here.
http://www.dutchgrammar.com/en/?n=Pronouns.ps03

Thanks!!!!:):)

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