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Intermediate level: cycle 3
Lesson 11A ~ Lesson 11A
Voegwoorden ~ Conjunctions |}
Exercise 11A-1[edit | edit source]
co-ordinating: order remains the same subordinating: causes the verb to go to the end
Remarks[edit | edit source]
- Notice begon te hagelen. Expressions with the extended infinitive with te often act as a little abridged phrase in their own right. There are essentially three phrases here, not two. This explains why begon does not move all the way to the end, although it does move behind plotseling, i.e. as far as it can in the middle of the three phrases.
- Notice morgen stays before gaat het and eigenlijk is no longer at the beginning, but hij is and the inversion is lifted. hoewel rearranges the whole order. maar does not.
Translation[edit | edit source]
- I need a toothbrush, for I want to brush my teeth.
- He had to turn right, because the hotel was in that street.
- It is going to rain today, but tomorrow it is going to freeze.
- He took a cup of tea, although he really wanted a beer.
- He closed the door, so that he was not disturbed.
- Tomorrow we are going to the sea, unless it rains terribly.
- Probably we'll stay home, if the weather is not good at all.
- He quickly ran inside, when it suddenly started to hail.
- I'm going to put the food on the table, when he comes from his work in the chemical factory.
- It can freeze or it can thaw. (An expression meaning "all we can do is wait and see.")
Vocabulary[edit | edit source]
Study the vocabulary related to member of the family: Dutch/Vocabulary/Family
Exercise 11A-2[edit | edit source]
Asking for directions[edit | edit source]
We have made a started to examine asking for directions in Lesson 5, but go to Dutch/Vocabulary/Asking_directions to study more phrases related to this topic. Then come back here to do the following quiz.