In Dutch grammar, some basic spelling rules are applied to the plurals of nouns and to the conjugations of verbs and adjectives. By learning and applying these simple rules, you can avoid beginner's mistakes.
In Dutch, there are two definite articles: de and het. Whether you use de or het depends on the gender of the noun. There are three genders in Dutch: masculine, feminine, and neuter. De is used with masculine and feminine nouns. Het is used with neuter nouns. This tutorial is about a few rules that govern the articles of some nouns.
Understanding the spoken language is quite different from understanding the written language. If you don't practice your listening skills, you won't understand a spoken sentence, even if you understand the same sentence when you read it. In order to overcome that pitfall, you have to incorporate some listening practice in your language practice. Discover how you can improve your Dutch listening skills in this tutorial.
Learning a foreign language is a challenge. You have to learn thousands of new words and dozens of grammar rules. Then you have to put that knowledge into action while reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Fluency in a foreign language requires months. However, using a tool like LearnPractice.com can significantly improve your practice efficiency. Learn how in this article.
The four core skills to learn a foreign language are reading, writing, speaking, and listening. The foundation of all core skills is vocabulary and grammar. Discover useful tips to improve your four core skills, and your vocabulary and grammar in this tutorial.