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Dutch: A Comprehensive Grammar is a complete reference to modern Dutch grammar. The volume is organized to promote a thorough understanding, and offers a stimulating analysis of the complexities of the language, while providing clear explanations. Throughout, the emphasis is on Dutch as used by present-day native-speakers. An extensive index and numbered paragraphs provide readers with easy access to the information they require. Concentrating on the real patterns of use in Dutch through accessible descriptions of the language, Dutch: A Comprehensive Grammar is an essential reference source for the learner of Dutch.
Author: Paul Emmerson
Publisher: MacMillan Education ELT
"'Email English' contains a wealth of practice activities, all of which can be used for self-study or with a teacher in class. It also has a phrase bank providing over 500 key expressions for reference while you are writing."--Publisher.
Dutch For Dummies
Author: Margreet Kwakernaak
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This simple guidebook and audio CD covers Dutch grammar, pronunciation and everyday phrases, making this vibrant language more accessible to English speakers, whether you're just visiting or planning to stay on a long-term basis.
Author: William Z. Shetter, Esther Ham
Now in its 10th edition, Dutch: An Essential Grammar is a reference guide to the most important aspects of modern Dutch as it is used by native speakers. Features include: A brand new chapter on negation; A user-friendly style to ensure all elements of the language that are of particular difficulty to English speakers are adequately explained; ‘Let’s Try That’ sections in each chapter containing sample exercises; More examples and cross-referencing throughout, and a comprehensive glossary and index at the back of the book; Full use of examples given throughout illustrating modern usage. Dutch: An Essential Grammar is the ideal reference source both for those studying Dutch independently and for students in colleges, universities and adult classes.
Basic Dutch: A Grammar and Workbook comprises an accessible reference grammar and related exercises in a single volume. This Workbook presents twenty-five individual grammar points in realistic contexts, providing a grammatical approach which will allow students not already familiar with these structures to become accustomed to their use. Grammar points are followed by examples and exercises allowing students to reinforce and consolidate their learning. Suitable for class use or self-study, Basic Dutch introduces Dutch culture and people through the medium of the language used today, providing students with the basic tools to express themselves in a wide variety of situations. Features include: useful exercises and a full answer key grammar tables for easy reference frequent comparative references to English grammar an appendix of irregular verbs an index of grammatical terms.
Modern Dutch Grammar
Author: Jenneke Oosterhoff
Modern Dutch Grammar: A Practical Guide is an innovative reference guide to Dutch, combining traditional and function-based grammar in a single volume. With a strong emphasis on contemporary usage, all grammar points and functions are richly illustrated with examples. The Grammar is divided into two parts. Part I covers traditional grammatical categories such as nouns and verbs. Part II is carefully organized around language functions and contexts such as: Giving and seeking information Describing processes and results Expressing attitudes, mental states and emotions Registers and style Formal and informal communication, e.g. youth talk Main features of the Grammar include: Clear, succinct and jargon-free explanations Extensive cross-referencing between the different sections Emphasis on areas of particular difficulty for learners of Dutch This is the ideal reference grammar for learners of Dutch at all levels, from elementary to advanced; no prior knowledge of grammatical terminology is assumed and it provides indices of grammatical terms and functions. This Grammar is complemented by a companion website featuring related exercises and activities to reinforce learning.
Today there is hardly any controversy over the fact that the grammatical features of codeswitching are rule-governed. However, the nature of these rules remains a matter of much debate. The first aim of this study is to contribute to the debate on how mixed sentences can be analysed and interpreted from a grammatical point of view. An insertion approach is proposed which combines insights from a number of earlier models. The second aim is to provide a detailed description of Moroccan Arabic/Dutch codeswitching as spoken in the Netherlands. This study presents an inventory of the syntactic and morpholocial regularities found in a large corpus of audio-recorded conversations.
In Stepbrothers Janneke Weijermars offers a history of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands (1815-1830) – today comprising Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg, from a literary perspective.
New Germans, New Dutch
Author: Liesbeth Minnaard
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
In today’s globalized world, traditions of a national Self and a national Other no longer hold. This timely volume considers the stakes in our changing definitions of national boundaries in light of the unmistakable transformation of German and Dutch societies. Examining how the literature of migration intervenes in public discourses on multiculturality and including detailed analysis of works by the Turkish-German writers Emine Sevgi Özdamer and Feridun Zaimoglu and the Moroccan-Dutch writers Abdelkader Benali and Hafid Bouazza, New Germans, New Dutch offers crucial insights into the ways in which literature negotiates both difference and the national context of its writing.
Author: Nora Roberts
Publisher: Hachette UK
Roz Harper is a woman who has lived life on her own terms. She had dearly loved her first husband. After his death, she had thrown herself into raising their boys, and then into making a business out of her passion for gardening. Roz likes her life just as it is, and it would take a very special man to convince her to take that leap of faith into love again. A man like Dr. Mitchell Carnegie, the genealogist she's hired to research the origins of the family ghost, known as the Harper Bride. Mitch and Roz are drawn together from the start. But the Harper Bride is enraged by the sight of love, and though she may have brought Mitch and Roz together, she will stop at nothing to tear them apart.
Discovering the Dutch
Author: Emmeline Besamusca, J. Verheul
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
"Judicious, useful, expert and concise - it would be hard to imagine a better guide to the cultural and historical reality of Dutch society today." Jonathan Israel, author of The Dutch Republic.