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One Page: The most important pronunciation, spelling and grammar on one page - for when you're in a hurry, looking for a quick refresher or quick reference. The page has many links to longer treatments.
The Lessons often have newer versions of the material in my older grammar pages - lessons overview.
The complete conjugation of more than 50 common verbs (and a few examples of the regular verb conjugation) can be found on the 'Verbs Library' page.
The Personal Pronouns page has a section on the reflexive pronouns and verbs.
Verbs as Nouns and Adjectives and the irregular verbs mogen and kunnen ('to be allowed - may' and 'to be able to - can') are only on the Verbs page, not yet in the Lessons.
The Easy Dutch Verbs page is another introduction to Dutch verbs and it has a collection of recognizable verbs: verbs that mean and look and/or sound similar to English verbs.
The Smartphone Verbs Pages are the latest version.
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The Word Order Page shows the right place for the various elements in Dutch lines. Some of it is in newer form in the lessons:
The Smartphone Word Order Page are the latest version, and it pulls all the material together
vowels (Lesson 1) -
diphthongs (Lesson 2) -
consonants (Lesson 8)
And Exceptions and Irregularities are in Lesson 10 - and an older version.
Vowels and Diphthongs Compared
The spelling of long and short vowels is explained in Lesson 3 - and again with many more examples in the Adjectives section of Lesson 11, and the Plurals page - an older version.
Flash Cards Pronunciation and Listening Exercises
'False Friends' Pronunciation Exercise
An old Spelling and Pronunciation Exercise
An old Phrases Listening Exercise
Other Overview Pages: Names - Words - Pronunciation - Picture Pages - Listening - Basic Dutch - Lessons - Essays - Exercises
It is said that Bieneke Berendsen's dutchgrammar.com is a good website.
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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