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Essential Dutch Grammar: A Teach Yourself Guide (Essential)
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Master Dutch grammar, quickly and easily With Essential Dutch Grammar, you don't need to know a lot about grammar before you start. Inside youll find every grammar point is explained simply, and there are lots of examples to illustrate each. Even if you dont know the grammatical term in question, the book is structured so that you can look up language forms according to what you want to say. And if you do already know some grammar, you can use the reference grammar section at the back of the book to look up what you need.
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About the Author
Gerdi Quist is a native Dutch speaker and teaches the language at University College, London.
Dennis Strik is a part-time lecturer at the University of Kent at Canterbury and part-time post-graduate language assistant at University College, London.
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