• Vocabulary for discussing age and family, describing people, professions, and numbers up to 99

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    Mijn familie. Part 1

    1. names for family members
    2. more about the verb "hebben" (to have)
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    Mijn familie. Part 2

    1. some adjectives for describing people
    2. possessive pronouns and how to use them
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    The Pronunciation of "ij" and -"lijk"

    1. how to pronounce the letter combination ij and the ending -lijk
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    Mijn familie. Review

    1. the vocabulary from the previous lessons
    2. the use of the possessive pronouns
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    Wat is uw beroep? Part 1

    1. some indicators of frequency such as "vaak" (often) and "nooit" (never)
    2. more about the verbs "willen" (to want) and "kunnen" (to be able)
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    Wat is uw beroep? Part 2

    1. to ask about jobs
    2. some vocabulary for discussing your job
    3. to express wishes and suggestions
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    Wat is uw beroep? Part 3

    1. some feminine and masculine job titles
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    Wat is uw beroep? Review

    1. the vocabulary from the previous lessons
    2. expressing wishes and suggestions
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    The Trema

    1. all about the trema
    2. how to use the trema
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    Opa en oma krijgen overal seniorenkorting. Part 1

    1. vocabulary related to age and family
    2. more about the numbers up to 20
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    Opa en oma krijgen overal seniorenkorting. Part 2

    1. more vocabulary related to age and family
    2. the multiples of ten
    3. numbers from 21-99
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    Opa en oma krijgen overal seniorenkorting. Review

    1. the vocabulary from the previous lessons
    2. the numbers from 21 to 99
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