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Dutch is divided into two forms: standard language and spoken language. It is widely used in Holland, Belgium, South Africa and so on. Today, Beijing Translation Company introduces to you how to learn Dutch.
As one of the non-common languages, there are no textbooks for learning Dutch in our country, which makes it more difficult to learn Dutch. A good learning textbook is essential for learning a language. For us, very few access to Dutch in the country, and very few opportunities to access Dutch, so teaching materials have become the only way to enhance the sense of language, feel the language.
Textbooks are not enough, for any language, grammar learning is very important. Grammar is the traffic rule in language learning. Drivers who don't know traffic rules are not good drivers. At the beginning of learning Dutch, the special grammatical phenomenon makes many students confused and unable to do anything, so where do these questions come from? Next, take us to understand.
As we all know, English has a single word order, so it is easier to learn. However, the flexible order of the Dutch language makes learning Dutch a little more difficult. As for the diversity of word order, I think it is not necessary to delve too deeply into the word order of Dutch in the beginning of learning Dutch. More time should be spent memorizing the material. "when you are familiar with 300 Tang poems, you can't even sing poetry." when language materials accumulate to a certain extent, you will find that word order is not difficult.
Verbs and tenses are always the most important topics in language learning. However, you will find that the Dutch verb change is relatively simple and regular. The basic structure is similar to English. The difficulty is still in word order. Dutch verbs are arranged in the second or last place of the sentence according to the change of tense. As mentioned above, you don't have to dwell too much on word order. After learning Dutch for a while, you get used to it.
For students who are good at English and German, they play an auxiliary role in learning Dutch. This effect is mainly reflected in the memory of words. In English and German, it is found that many words are equivalent to Dutch. Applying this principle of similarity is a great help for learning Dutch and greatly reduces the difficulty of memorizing vocabulary.
Although not very good at learning German or English, don't worry, you can enrich your vocabulary by reading more. Memorizing words by rote is often not very effective. When students read an article, they can work out the meaning of the word according to the meaning of the context, and then look it up in the dictionary, so that they can remember the word firmly. To learn any language, words are the foundation of building a house. Only by mastering a large number of words can you build a house well. In learning Dutch, skillful use of skills to remember words, will greatly reduce your difficulty.