Lesson 25 – Dutch adjectives (bijvoeglijke naamwoorden) / adverbs (bijwoorden)
Lesson 25 is another lesson about adjectives and adverbs. Adjectives are words that describe a noun. Adverbs are words that describe other words in the sentence. This lesson also explains the comparative and superlative of ‘good’
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This is a Dutch vocabulary lesson in a series of 40 videos, with each video lesson containing 25 Dutch words, a course with the goal to speak Dutch, developed by Bart de Pau “1000 most common words in Dutch”.
The Dutch course (cursus Nederlands NT2) is aimed at beginners, who want to learn Dutch vocabulary fast. Of each word, you see the Dutch word and the English translation, and a picture. For learning Dutch pronunciation, each word is repeated twice.
Best way to study the Dutch language lessson about adjectives (bijvoeglijke naamwoorden) / adverbs (bijwoorden) is:
– watch the video 1 or 2 times
– study the word list http://www.learndutch.org/online-dutch-course/
– do the test; repeat it if you made mistakes
– no mistakes in the test – then go to the next lesson
This is a free course. Bart de Pau is an online Dutch Tutor at learndutch.org and program manager at the Dutch Summer School, http://www.dutchsummerschool.nl (Intensive Dutch courses in Amsterdam and Drenthe during July and August).
This course deals only with vocabulary. Learning a language is more than that!
If you are serious about learning Dutch, you need to be able to make phrases. For that purpose the premium online course #dutchgrammar can be recommended: http://www.learndutch.org/dutch-grammar/