Les verbes en -OIR : Toets
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De toets bestaat uit een transformatie-oefening (enk/mv) en een oefening op vervoeging. Deze kan natuurlijk ook gewoon als klasopdracht of huiswerk gebruikt worden.


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Lesson #026, Monday

camera = bedroom

mensa = cafeteria

libreria = bookstore

bagno = bathroom

a = to, at

si' = yes

no = no

dove = where

dov'e' = where is

quando = when

adesso = now

cibo = food

ma = but

grazie = thank you

prego = you're welcome

forse = maybe, perhaps

pronto = ready, but it's also what you say when you answer the telephone instead of saying 'hello.'

 


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