7.05. Capitalization and Rent
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Taalsystematiek : Wandplaten
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In deze bijdrage vind je volgende wandplaten:

  • Het onderwerp en de rest van de zin aanduiden;
  • Wat is de infinitief, de stam en de persoonsvorm;
  • Werkwoorden in de tegenwoordige en verleden …


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