• Dutch course for beginners A1
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  • 1 Dutch alphabet and pronunciation
  • 2 Counting in Dutch (indefinite and ordinal numbers) [0/3]
  • 3 Dutch greetings (hello in Dutch) [0/3]
  • 4 Basic words and phrases in Dutch [0/4]
  • 5 Introducing yourself in Dutch [0/4]
  • 6 What time is it? - telling the time in Dutch [0/4]
  • 7 Days of the week, months and seasons in Dutch [0/5]
  • 8 Colours in Dutch [0/3]
  • 9 Animal names in Dutch [0/5]
  • 10 Family in Dutch [0/3]
  • 11 Food and Drinks in Dutch [0/5]
  • 12 How to order food in Dutch? [0/4]
  • 13 The weather in Dutch [0/4]
  • 14 Countries, Cities and Nationalities in Dutch [0/3]
  • 15 Body parts in Dutch [0/3]
  • 16 Clothes and shoes in Dutch [0/4]
  • 17 Travel and vacation in Dutch [0/3]
  • 18 Dutch proverbs and sayings [0/3]
  • 19 I love you in Dutch (Emotions and feelings) [0/4]
  • 20 Happy birthday in Dutch (birthday wishes) [0/3]
  • 21 Asking for directions in Dutch [0/4]
  • 22 Needs and opinions in Dutch [0/4]
  • 23 Hobbies in Dutch [0/4]
  • 24 House, room, furniture vocabulary in Dutch [0/4]
  • 25 How to describe a person in Dutch [0/4]
  • 26 Business Dutch [0/4]
  • Exercise about Dutch holidays

    Answers these true or false questions about the Dutch holidays.

    Carnaval starts on the 6th Sunday before Easter

    On King's Day the Dutch celebrate the anniversary of the Kingdom.

    On Dodenherdenking, Dutch people participate in 2 minutes of silence.

    On Prinsjesdag King Willem-Alexander reads the troonrede in the Royal Palace in Amsterdam.

    Sinterklaas arrives by plane in the Netherlands.

    Liberation Day marks the end of the German occupation during the Second World War.

    Carnaval is mainly celebrated in the Northern Province of Groningen.

    There are multiple free film festival throughout the Netherlands on Liberation Day.

    During the Sinterklaasperiod, children place their shoe at the fireplace

    On King's day people wear purple clothes.

    Level: 
    A1
    Trained skill: 
    Reading