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Easily learn verb conjugations with Coniuno
Easily learn verb conjugations with Coniuno
Conjugate verbs with Coniuno
Conjugate verbs in German, Dutch, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin
Conjugate verbs in German, Dutch, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin
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  Coniuno, Verb Table Dutch

  General Information
  Regular verbs
  Verb-irregularities
  Irregular verbs
  Appendix
Dutch Verb Table, Chapter 5/5

Chapter 5: Appendix


The fifth chapter contains additional verblists, that are used by Coniuno for conjugating verbs.
You can modify or add verbs in these lists on demand.


 List 1:separable verb prepositions
   This list contains the separable verb prepositions.
For example the verb "klaarkomen" is conjugated as "ik kom klaar" and not as "ik klaarkom".
 
 List 2:separable verb prepositions (ignore)
   This list contains verbs whose beginning looks similar to a separable verb preposition. As however these are no verb prepositions, Coniuno keeps these verbs in a separate list in order to treat them like normal regular verbs.
One example is the verb "omarmen", which seems to begin with the verb preposition "om". Its conjugation however is "ich omarmde" and not "ik armde om".
 
 List 3:non-separable verb prefixes
   This list contains the non-separable verb prefixes.
Verbs that start with such a prefix do normally build their Voltooid Deelwoord (Past Participle) without "ge". Excepted from this are those verbs, that do only have one vocal in their verb primitive.
  • The verb "bezorg(en)" contains the two vocals "e" and "o" in its verb primitive and becomes "bezorgd" in the Voltooid Deelwoord (Past Participle), not "ge(be)zorgd".
  • The verb "bellen" also starts with the letters "be", which could be taken as preposition "be". As "bell(en)" however only contains one vocal in its verb primitive, it is independently built with "ge" to "gebeld".
 List 4:non-separable verb prefixes (ignore)
   This list contains verbs whose beginning looks similar to a non-separable verb prefix. As however these are no verb prefixes, Coniuno keeps these verbs in a separate list in order to treat them like normal regular verbs.
One example is the verb "missen" that seem to begin with prefix "mis". Its conjugation however is "ik heb gemist", not "ik heb mist".
 
 List 5:strong verbs
   This list contains the Dutch strong verbs. A verb in this list consists of the vocal in the verb primitive that needs to be replaced as well as the two conjugation forms OVT (Past) and Voltooid Deelwoord (Past Participle).
The item "nemen, e, a, o" for instance means that the "e" in "nemen" is replaced with "a" in the OVT (Past) and is replaced with "o" in the Voltooid Deelwoord (Past Participle), resulting in "ik nam" and "genomen".
 
 List 6:strong verbs (ignore)
   This list contains verbs that look similar to strong verbs, but which are weak verbs in fact. Coniuno ignores these verbs and conjugates them as normal weak verbs.
One example here is the verb "gebruiken", which is build in the weak form, e.g. "ik gebruikte", not "ik gebrook".
 
 List 7:elen/eren/enen verbs with double vocal
   This list contains elen/eren/enen verbs that must be built with double vocal "e", even if the buildings rules would normally indicate a single "e".
 
 List 8:elen/eren/enen verbs with single vocal
   This list contains elen/eren/enen verbs that must be built with a single vocal "e", even if the buildings rules would normally indicate a double "e".
 
 List 9:weak verbs with Voltooid Deelwoord (Past Participle) using "en"
   This list contains weak verbs, that build the Voltooid Deelwoord with "en" instead of using the regular forms "d" or "t", e.g. "heten" => "geheten", not "gehet".
 
 List 10:strong verbs with Voltooid Deelwoord (Past Participle) using "d/t"
   This list contains strong verbs, that build the Voltooid Deelwoord with "d" or "t" instead of using the strong building form "en", e.g. "vragen" => "gevraagd", not "gevraagen".
 
 List 11:verbs with auxiliary verb "zijn"
   This list contains all verbs that are conjugated using auxiliary verb "zijn". Verbs that are not contained in this list are conjugated with "hebben".
 
 List 12:verbs with auxiliary verb "zijn" or "hebben"
   This list contains all verbs that are conjugated using either auxiliary verb "zijn" or "hebben". Verbs that are not contained in this list are conjugated with "hebben".

Note:
These verblists shown here do not claim to be complete.
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also see:

Chapter 1: General Information
Chapter 2: The regular verbs
Chapter 3: Verb irregularities
Chapter 4: The irregular verbs
Chapter 5: Appendix



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