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Listen to Dutch - Vowels (1) - Vocabulary - 'Holland' and 'Nederland'
Listen to Dutch - Vowels (2) - Vocabulary (man, family) - Numbers 1-10 - 'Dutch'
Listen to Dutch - Spelling Short and Long Vowels - Vocabulary (Food, House) - Numbers 10-20 - Broadcasting in Holland
Listen to The Dutch Anthem - 'Voiceless E' - The Article - Vocabulary (Clothing) - Numbers 20-100 (#1) - The Dutch Revolt
- now start learning about twenty words a day from the Basic Dutch list
Listen to a children's song - Colors - Adjectives - Numbers 20-100 (#2) - The Catholic Minority in Holland
Numbers 100-9999 - Time, Days, Months - This and That - Cognates
From A Famous Book - Personal Pronouns - To Be (Present Tense) - High and Low Numbers - Chatham
The Finest Dutch Writing - To Have (Present Tense) - Consonants - Polders: The Reclaimed Land - Weather - Simple Arithmetic
More of The Finest Dutch Writing - Verbs: The Simple Present - Useful Phrases - Ordinal Numbers - The Large Water Projects
Hear More Multatuli - Exceptions and Irregularities in Dutch Spelling and Pronunciation - Street Words - Fractions - Inches and Centimeters
'Render Unto Caesar' - The Past Tense of To Have and To Be - Adjectives and Adverbs (Word Order 1) - Walkabout: Living Room - Feet, Yards and Miles to Meters and Kilometers - The Education System in Holland
Hear More Multatuli - Verbs: The Simple Past, The Perfect Present - The Most Common Verbs - Strong Verbs - Sitabout: Your Desk - Cups and Gallons to Liters - My Home Town
Hear a Dutch Folktale - The Passive Voice - Simple Sentences, Simple Questions (Word Order 2) - Grams and Kilograms to Ounces and Pounds - Elections, Parties and Government in Holland
Hear More Multatuli - The Future Tense - Word Order 3: Secondary Verbs, More Questions, Commands and Suggestions - Outdoors - The Neighborhood - The Metric System
Hear More Nescio - The Dutch Continuous - Word Order 4 - Beauty and Cleanliness - Fahrenheit and Celsius - Thoughts on Things Dutch (Instead of A Blog)
See also: Learning Dutch for alternate methods
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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