In Beginner’s Course 3 you will expand your vocabulary within a variety of subjects. The topics covered include free-time activities, holiday planning, shopping, and eating. In the dialogues you will learn the practical usage and rules of Dutch in different everyday situations in accordance with level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
a few words about age and family
more words about age and family the numbers 20, 30, etc. the numbers 21 to 99
the vocabulary from the last two lessons the numbers from 21 to 99
to talk about organising a party
the object forms of personal pronouns the demonstrative pronoun
the vocabulary from the last two lessons the object forms of personal pronouns the demonstrative pronoun
words for dishes and cutlery
words that you'll come across in the kitchen to talk about cooking the imperative
the vocabulary from the last two lessons the imperative
some words for clothing the names of colours in Dutch
how to talk about clothes adjectives to describe how clothes look adjective endings
the vocabulary from the last two lessons adjective endings
a few words for dates in the past
how to talk about events in the past how to form the present perfect
the vocabulary from the last two lessons how to form the present perfect
verbs denoting movement
how to talk about a holiday and various means of transport how to determine if the present perfect is made with "hebben" or with "zijn" a few irregular verbs
the vocabulary of the last two lessons when to use "hebben" and "zijn" to form the present perfect a few irregular verbs
some words for health and sickness
how to say that you feel sick or you are in pain the usage of "er"
the vocabulary from the last two lessons the usage of "er"