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Exercises - Test Your Dutch

(de) oefening click to hear 2 'exercise' - oefenen click to hear 2 'to exercise, do/make an exercise'
to exercise, to
do/make an exercise
ik oefen
I exercise
wij oefenen
we exercise
ik oefende
I exercised
wij oefenden
we exercised
ik heb geoefend
I have exercised
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I hope to add a few more exercises and tests soon

Flash Cards: a large number of Vocabulary and Listening Tests. Many of the words are from 'Basic Dutch' and should be part of your active vocabulary - Flash Cards Introduction - Flash Cards Instructions and Menu - Vocabulary - Listening (770 nouns)
These pages should work well on smartphones too.

Adjectives and Adverbs:
also 'Basic Dutch' words. Adjectives in most positions get an -E ending, which may cause further spelling changes. With sound files for all forms. - Introduction - Exercises
These pages should work well on smartphones too.

Plurals: Flashcards Exercise
Opposites: Flashcards Exercise
From the 'False Friends' list a pronunciation exercise: in Dutch, these words do not sound the same as in English: False Friends Exercise - pronounce the words in the Dutch way, and study the meaning.
- Smartphone Version

One of my first pages was a pronunciation exercise: say the words and compare with how I say them - record yourself or ask a friend to listen in: Pronunciation Exercise

Another early page lets you hear phrases and asks for their spelling and meaning - Phrases Quiz

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Don't be a dief (thief) / dievegge (female thief) - diefstal (theft) - stelen (to steal) - heler (dealer in stolen goods) - hear Dutch - 2
Gij zult niet stelen click to hear