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He makes me laugh when he looks at naar me. If you do not lend me your pencil, so that I can put down the name you will make me forget the message. The sun makes the moon shine by night, and the moon again makes the stars glitter less brightly than they do on in clear but dark nights. The wind was so violent that it made the forest trees trees in the forest [to] tremble.

We shall undoubtedly have made him confess before yon come back. To make him go against his will, would be both unpleasant for him and awkward for us. Learn likewise the following idioms: I have the tloor washed, I hau the floor washed, I have had the floor washetl, I had had tile floor waslwtl, I shall ha ye the floor washctl, I shall haye hau the floor washed, lk laat de l"locr u-asscn. I shall have the books taken down and cleau'ed.

You will have the watch seen to, will you not nict waar? Yes, I shall have it put right for you. He would have had his hair cut very short, if he had not been afraid of 1;oor the cold weather.

Yon had the garden dug up, you said. Yes, and we had the gardener search it well, but no trace of a box was found in the soil anywhere. Several countrips, hut especially France, m;ed to plachten have their politieal prisoners work on galleys in former times. I hear you have found diamonds on your farm. Will you have the ground worked? I shall have a hole drilled, and the ground tested. But would you have a drill decide this matter?

If I were you, I should certainly have a large hole dug and the soil washed. Tomorrow about this time we shall have the horses brought in, and start on our trip. I have had the boy saddla the horses; so if you care for a i'ide, we shall goif not, 1 shall have them taken back to the stable. Learn once more the following idioms: He likes doing it, He does not like doing it, He did not like doing it, He has not hau the rlesire to Llo it.

He had not had the desire to do it, He won't like uoing it, He won't have liked doing it, IIij heeft er lust in heeft lust het te doen. Hij had geen lust, het te doen. JI ij hail gem lust gehall het te docn. Jlij zal gccn lust gehad hebben, het te doen. Charles does that work because he has to, but he does not like doing it. You did not like writing out the exercise, but you did it nevertheless. I like going on with S Yes, if you like itj, you may go on.

Oh, I should like so much zo'n l'llst hrbhrn I to tell that man that he should stop writing me such letters! You would not like studying on, if you had spent so many years at school as I [have]! Wait till you have heard what I have to say, and then consider whether you would not like to go.

Of Would I like it er Of course [I woulu]. Wannccr vcrtrekt de boot! J7;, h om u zien 1 ertrekken. I hope to enjoy the voyage immensely. I hear that every ljprth is takpll. This aftprnoon at three o'clock. I shall come and see you off. Ile sure to keep your promise. This is a splendid steamer. Y PS, n ml the ea bins are lar~e anll airy. Is er een bibliotheek aan boord? Ja, en de hofmeester heeft er de slcutel van. Wie is de kapitein?

De kapitcin heet Harris, en de ecrste ojficier Crutchley. Is dat de betaalmeester? Neen, dat is de scheepsdokter. Die matrozcn zijn fiinkc mensen. Laat ons eens lcijken, hoc zc de zware bagage in het ruim nc: Hoe efjen is de zeel Kom mee naar voren; ik zou graag de akkomodatie zien voor de passagiers 2de en 3de klasse. Het dek is te vol daar; kom linver mee naar de achterstcrcn. Men mag niet spreken tegen de man aan het rocr. Dit is het kompas van het schip. Hct hf'hoorde meer ballast te hebben.

Zic die ma,n ecns in de top van de mast. H eeft 11 ooit rn ct ecn zcilschip gercisd? Have they a library on board? Yes, and the head-steward keeps the key.

Who is the captain? Is that the purser? No, that is the ship's doctor. Those sailors are fine fellows. Let us watch them lower the heavy luggage into the hold. How very smooth the sea is! We shall have it rough erossiug the Sound. As long as we do not ship seas I shall not mind. Come forward; I want to see the accommodation for the 2nd and 3rd class passengers. You must not speak to the man at the wheel. This is the ship's compass. How the ship rolls and pitches!

It wan ts more! Look at me man at the mnst-head. Ask the engineer to show us the engine room. Have you ever gone by a sailing ship? I once crossed the Channel in one, but I cannot say that I liked it. What the Adjective is to the Noun, that the Adverb is to the Verb. As Adjectives express attributes and qualities of persons and things, so Adverbs express peculiarities marking an action.

Adyerbs are arcordingly principally meant for a modifying Verbs, yet they may likewise b modify Adjectives, c Adverbs, and d even Nouns in some particular cases.

Het paard loopt hard, the horse runs hard. De vogcl zit ginds, the bird sits yonder. Mijn dochter belooft veel, my daughter promises much. Dit pakje schijnt ongemeen zicaar, this parcel seems uncommonly heavy. Uw begccrte wordt te sterk, your desire is becoming too strong. Mijn zuster leest heel mooi, my sister reads very well. De zonnestralen vallcn bijna loodrecht, the sunbeams fall almost perpendicularly.

AR d lje menscn hierachter zijn zindelik, the people at the back are cleanly. Die stcilte daar is yccuurlik that steep place there is dangerous. Dit bock en tlat, this book null thn t onf'.

Tlw '01rnlativP Yrrlls, i. Hij schijnt ~ ijk, he Sf'f'lllS to he rich; llij blijft tro1m, he rpmaim; faithful. The following are the kinds of Adverbs in use: Bijwoorden van Wijze, AdverbR of ~Ianner.

Bijwoorden van Plaats; Adverlls of Place. Samengetrokke11 Bijwoorde11, Oomvound Adverts. Every Adjective denoting a quality rna,y be mmd as an Adverb of ~Tanner without any change of form. Adverbs waar, where; waarheen 1 whither; vanwaar, whence, etc. Wanneer, when, is an Interr. The way in which ' wel ", u imrners ", and "volstrekt" are used, can be best gathered from the following sentences: H ij lieeft het wel gedaan, maar r11iet zoals ik het wilde, he did it indeed or-no doubt; or-that's true , but not as I wanted it.

Tn ihis sentence place full stress on the word "grrlaan". Ik heb u immers trouw gediend, I served you faithfully, did I not? Hij wilde het volstrekt z6 hebben, he was determined to have it so. Put stress on ''dank". Kom dan, waarom zouden wij waahten, do come, why should we wait? Zeg hem toch, dat hij haast moet maken, please tell him that he must make haste.

Adverbs of manner see par. IT, l are for the greater part Adjectives used as Adverbs, without auy change of form. Jy exists in Dutch, bnt if; now very little used. De oude rnan loopt modelik Adv. Adverbs used 1o he formed from existing Adjectfres by the addition of lik; now this is not admitted in colloqnial langnage, though in high-flown style and in Bible language it is. Adverbs never change their form.

Jlijn zoon wcrkt het vlijtigst, my son worlrn most diligentl: Ik 1cas hct eerst op sclwul, l was the first at school, with-lk 1cus eerst op sr lwul en daunw in ltct nwseum, I wa8 first at school, and then at the mu8eum. Jfijn brocllcr kwam het laaf8t boren,. Dit tneisje lcert hct best, this little girl learn: De man hceft zijn kind het lief st bij zieh, tile man prefers having his child with him, with- 1 k zuu.

Noch is neither; nog, yet, or still. Hij leeft nag, he is still living. Zelden, rarely seldom , is only an Adverb, and never an Adjective: Wij zien onze broedc1 zelden, we seldom sec our brother. Zeldzaam, rare, wrongly used in the place of zelden, is an Adjective and not an Adverb: Volkomen zwarte katten zijn zeldzaam, perfectly black cats are rare. The South African Dutch replaces this word b. Heen is an Adverb of place, indicating direction towards an object: Waar gaat u morgen heen '!

Mijn plan is van middag nergens heen te gaan, my intention is, not to go anywhere this afternoon. He11en is an Adverb, indicating motion trom a place: Ga niet ltenen v66r het do1iker is, do not go away before dark.

In speaking this difference is scarcely ever observed, heen being used for botl. I mmer, ever, and nimmer, never, point to a future time: Za1 ik u immer wedcrzien '! Shall I ever see you again? Hij zal ons nimmcr beschamen! He will never put us to shame! Ooit, ever, refers only to the past: Heb ik ooit in mijn levcn zo iets gezien?

Did I ever see such a thing in my life? Nooit, npvcr, may indicate a past or a future time: Wijlen, late, is an Adverb of time taking its place before ihe name of a person: W ijlen de Graaf van Ohambord, the late Count Chambord. Met dat hij binnenkwarn, hield hct geraas op, the moment he came in, the noise stopped. Orndat de jongen lust had in een van de lekkere appels, liet hij kwansuis hct geld va,llen, orn de aandacht van zijn tante af te leiden, because the boy longed for one of the nice apples, he as it were by mistake dropped the money, in order to divert his aunt's attention.

Averecllts a compound of af, from, and recht, right, with an Adverbial s means in the wrong direction. Zij breit de ene toer reoht, en de andcre ai erechts, she knits one round plain and the next purl.

Ai and toe are Adverbs, and hence cannot be used before Nouns like the corresponding Prepositions van and tot: De hond licp naar mij toe, the dog ran up to me, and, de rnan kwam tot rnij, tiie man came to me.

Wei is used with reference to the state of one's health, as: Mede, the common form of which is mee, is used as a prefix to a great many Verbs which haye no exact equivalents in English. Doe je er aan mee? J orn mee, come with me us. The Hou th African Dutch has replaced rnede rnee by saam. Hij viel rnn het dak uf, he fell from the roof. De vogel vlicgt nun de boom. De jongcn trrlct dr. Hij ku am up de rlocr 11ccr, he cmue down on 1: Consequently, when separation is to be indicated, af i: Hij slocy hem het lwufd uf, he cut his head oti.

De rcgen i;olt 1iit de wo7kcn nccr, the rain falls from the cl"ouds. Down ward motion, along a slope, is exprei;red by af: Hij luopt de trav aj, he goes down the stairs.

Jlijn paard trekt - dan hct uwr.. Dezc ocfcniny is - degree - gcsr: Die rnan yaat - time - l place roorbij. Net kind is gestraft, - cam: Zey hem - mood , dal il; - time I op rci8 ga. Jk sta - repetition of time Zijzrmrfon- affirmation bij on8 gcwrpst zijn, als zij tijd gchotl lrnddcn. De man is - time zirk geicrcm. Give the Dutch AdverbR for the Englh~h words: TOf'Jt lief amprikaansc schip here in de baai lag, lien ik abroad ge1cccst.

Ik bcn ~ erterday zipk gr1rerst, for that reahou rlat ik rnijn lrsscn not grlpprrf, heb. Hct kind zol in rourhe of time oa11 djn nirwwc omge 1;i 11! H et bprich t van de u1;erwi n11 i ny ican in ircinigc 11rcn for and wide 1 rrbrcid. Ojschoon zijn vader hem strictly verboden had to-night u-it te gaan deed hij het yet.

Ik heb everywhere naar mijn pen gczocht. Heeft it indeed never geweten why uw vader thither gegaan is? Dit boek is exceedingly vervelend. For what purpose geeft hij zich zoveel moeite? De kinderen vermaakten zich especially well; en merrily keerden allen home. Henceforward zullen de boten every week varen. All these roses blossom a long time, but that one yonder blossoms longest of all. N"otwitlrntanding the heavy rains, the troops marched courageously onward.

I would rather not tell you why he prefers going tomorrow. The seasons are caused by the annual rotation of the earth round the sun. They will have to act yery eautiomily in that matter.

Of all the young ladies that i,mng last night, T liked beviel mij your niece's voirp best. This girl can yery well learn this piece of poetry, but won't recite it be8t of all. Please, let the blind down a little, the sun is shining right in my face me right in the face.

Th~ price of wheat has considerably fallen lately. Don't jump down from that height; you will hurt yourself.

The young bride is a relative of the late President Brand. I told you, didn't I, that the stamp was a very rare one, and that you should not give it. I got up half an hour after you, and yet I was downstairs earlier than you. Zijn broeder is na hem yestori en, his brother died after him. Na het zinycn ktl'nm die preelc, on the singing followed the sermon.

Hij Jcwam, nadat zijn broeder vertrolclcen wa8, he came after his brother had guue. Daarna is the Dutch equivalent for "after that afterwards ". It may lie replaced by dan, with the Present and Future tenses, and by toen with the Past Tense: After I had finished my drawing, I packed my box and went naar home.

The ship arrived after you had left. His brother died just after his arrival. After this rain we shall have fine weather. I invited my parents first,. Let me eat first, and then I shall speak met to you.

R ~ sat down ging zitten 1 on that chair there, and shortly after he fainted. I prise to take him in after he is discharged from uit the prison. You saw him al'ter he had written his letter. After the rain had stopped, we went out for a " alk wundclen. Yon slwnld not say no, after you had ont'e said yes. Ile told me of all the pain be had suffered, and then he fell into a quiet sleep.

T shall have the boy wash the tloor after he eomes back from the butcher's bnteher. After my father had started for Europe, my mother became ver5 ill.

After you, please, madam! After a day's day of hard work it is pleasant to lrnve Rome muric. I have put that hook on tlw tnhlp. Ik steck het geld in mljn wli: Ik doc het geld in mijn beurs, I put the money into my purse. Hij doet zijn board, zijn das, zijn mantel aan, he puts on his couur, his neck-tie, his cloak.

Hij deed zijn manchettcn, zijn kappen af, he took off his cuffs, his leggings. But when there is such passing, aantrekken and uittret~ken are used: Trelc u u; jas, uw schocncn aan, put on your coat, your boots. Hij trekt zijn handschoenen, zijn kouscn uit, he takes oft his gloves, his stockings. Of aprons, veils, etc, voordocn and afdoen are used: Plaatscn, English "to place ', is used for Dutch zetten in more formal expressions.

For the many other and varied meanings of "to put", a translation of the synonym which apvlies best to the action is advisable. Ile put wrote it down in the book, llij schrcef hct in het boelc op.

I put said it straight to him, ilv zei ltet hem rechtwlt. Will you put the inkpot on the table for me? I have put the inkpot there, and I have also put the paper on your desk. They put a bucket under the spout to catch the rain-water. Bet us put our clothes into our boxes. Put a chair ready for your uncle: The man put the horse into the stable, and put the cart. R into the waggon-house.

Have you put sugar in my tea? Yes, and I have al. The boy had a number of marbles which he quickly put into his pocket. Put on om a shawl, it is cold. Must I put on a veil too?

No, you need not put on a veil, as long as als. Don't put sheep and oxen into one fold. Take off your hat and your boots too. Yes, and take off that heavy coat; I shall er bring you a light one. Put away your books, the teacher is coming. Jane had a bird which she had put in a cage.

I have put the cups on the table in the kitchen. And where have you put the meat? I haye put the meat into the sideboard. What is your salary? I get three hundred pounds sterling per annum, which makes exactly twenty-five pounds per month.

Is your salary paid out monthly? Every other day om de a. He cnme just in time to see the balloon rise. What a grand sight it was! I think I should like to go up some time eens. Last night somebody called trans. Next week we have to part, and next month, just about this time, we shall be in different parts of the globe. Will you be back in a fortnight? I cannot tell it you at prespnt. About a week ago I met my uncle and three of my cousins fem.

Over vet schiuende Ambachtslieden. Rr moct con ruit in dit renster gezet wonlen; haal ecn glazemakcr om hct tc doen. Hecft u nog andere tccrktuigen no dig F 4. Ja, brcmg rrl'ij als 't u blieft tjen schrocfdraaier, een llamcr, tlcn schaaf, en wat,qrote spijkers f kopercn koppcn; ook icat Linnen nageltjcs.. Dat uithangbord is slncht gesoltildcrd; de schildcr u as maar ccn lecrjongen. Laat mij cens mat zinkplaten zicn roor drlclcing.

Leien of dakpaimen 'trorden hier zclden rnor da t duel gcbrnih t. Rictcn dakcn z1jn boren alle andcre tc 1 crkirzcn. Dczc larlcn moetcn naar ecn scltrijn11 rrker gaan om nagrzien te worden. De kuiper zal lwt rat rrpar lren. This winuow needs a pane of glass ; l'all a glazier to vut one in.

Ask him to saw this piece of woou for me, and lend me a gimlet to bore a hole. Slate or tiles are selrlom used for that purpose here. Ask the vavior what Ile woulu chnrge for paving the yard. These drawers must lie ta ken to a ca binctmaker to be mended. The poover will repair the l'rrsk. Ilecft u hem gesprokcn over rle duigcn en de bodem? De smid legde het 1;zer op hot aanbceld, en srneedde het tcrwijl het hcet was.

Ik heb deze voorsni1- messen bij de nwssemaker in de L-straat gclcocht. Hoe nwoi zijn de potcn ean die tafcl gerlraa,id! Jieeft u al cen draaibanlc gezienf Die schildcr is berocmd; prins Alexander hecft zijn laatstc schilderij gel ocht. Dat houtsnecwerk is uit- 1 mun tend gedaan. Mijnhecr N; hij heeft hot opsch1 ift op d ic grafsteen gernaakt. Dcze mesgcn en scharen zijn niet scherp; brong ze naar een schareslijpcr, als 't U blieff.

Did you tell him about the staves and,the l. This water-can leaks; take it to the tinsmith and have it soldered. How beautifully the legs of that table are turned. Have you seen a turning lathe? Let us go to the joiner's and ask for some glue and a few shavings. That artist is celebrated; l: That carving is exquisitely done. Who is the sculptor? These knives and scissors are not sharp; please take them to a grinder. Prepositions, Voorzetsels, are real particles, i.

They may have different meanings according to the various relations between actions, per~ons, and objects which they are made use of to express. One ot the two Xouns between which a Preposition takes its place in a sentence, is the name of the person or thing to 'Which at1ention is chiefly drawn, whereas the other Noun fie. Any such defining ~oun is under the direct influence of the Preposition that precedes it, and is said to be "gm erned" by it.

The usual place of Prepositions is before the Kouns they govern: Wij speelden op de plaats. Formerly Prepositions, and words. Dative, or Accusative case of the Noun after them. Now, however, one common rule applies to every Preposition, viz. Masculine Genitiye; buitenstijds, out of season; binnensmonds, mutteringly. The relations pointed out by Prepositions may be: Rest in a place.

A relation of place l b. Motion to or from a place. A relation of time. An abstract relation expressing a cause, an object in view, etc. A positive or negative connection. Motion to or from a place is indicated by: A relation of Time is indicated by: An abstract relation of Cause, etc. A Positive connection is expressed by: Hij kwam na mij, he came after me; ik ga naar Engeland, I am going to England.

Hij k1carn daar uchtcr rnij, he came there after me. Prepositions used for indicating different relations. Rest in a place: De stad ligt aan zee, the town lies on the sea-coast. With gaan, indicating a beginning: De vogel gaat aa1~ 't t: Used instead of the Dative case: Geef het boek aan uw broeder, give the book to your brother.

Instead of the Possessive case: Dit is de lei van mijn broeder, this is my brother's slate. Ik ontving een brief 'Gan ltem, I got a letter from him. De kogel ging door het huis, the bullet went through the house. Door uw vermogen is u in. Door uw vriend,elike hulp is het mij gelukt, with your kind assistance I have succeeded.

Door alle landen zal het gehoord warden, it will be heard throughout eyer,v country. Bij geval,, by chance; bij beitrten, by turns; bij nacht, by night; dicht bij, close by; bi larnplicht, by lamplight; bij ongeluk, by accident. H et is bij tweeen, it is close upon two o'clock; Zijn hitis is bij het kcrlrhof, his house is near the churchyard; Mijn grootmoeder is bij de taclztig, my grandmother is nearly eighty years of age.

Zij logeert een week bij ons, she is staying with us for a week; Hee ft hij geld bij zich '! Kom bij mij, lief kind! Hij kwam eerst bij ticaal't: Onder het ontliijt wordt ons altijd iets voorgelezen, during breakfast we have always something read to us. Die boot kan geheel onder water gebracht icorden, that boat can be completely sub merged.

De rovers verdeelden de buit onder elkander, the robbers divided the spoil amongst them. Onder de Zange regering van Keizer Willzelm I. May be translated by "upon", "on", "in", "after" "at" "with'', "but", "into", ''to". Hij legt het ene boek op het andere. Ik ontmocttf' hem eerst op een Maandag e 1u daarna up een 1l'oen8llag, I met him firrt on a: Monday and then on a Vi 1 ednesday.

Doe het eens op een andere rnanier, just try it in a different way. Hij klcedt zich op zijn Duits, he d1 esi: Op uw verzoek zal ik gaan, I shall go at your request. Jfijn vader is waarlik boos. Allr kinderen op een na, ~ijn dood, all the children but one are dead. Die fraaie hoed zal ik n op de koop toe geven, I shall throw that pretty hat into the bargain. Weet u, dat we op soepee gevraagd zijn? Mijn plan is, morgen naar mijn stil dorp teruy te gaan, my intention is to return to my quiet village to-morrow; De vogcls vliegen naar de kust, the birds are flying towards the shore.

Dat is naar de natuur getekend, that is drawn from nature. Ik heb gehandcld naar mijri overtuiging, T acted according to my conviction. Hij doet er ondcrzoek naar, he is making enquiries about it eaning for: Hij zoekt naar zijn boek, he is looking for his book.

Hij klecdt zich naar de duitsc mode, he dresses after the German fashion. Er is een heining om de tuin, there is a fence round the garden. Hij gaat om de veertien dagen naar huis, he goes home every fortnight; de vergadering begint om zeven itur, the meeting begins at 7 o'clock.

Preceding the Infinitive of a Verb: Hij doet het alleen om te plogen, he just does it to tease; Ik ben gekomen oni onze rckcning te vereffenen, I have come to square our account. Orn 'trelkc redcn is hij vertrokken? Denk eraa,n om rnijnentu il, remember it for my sake. Uw bepaalde tijd is orn, your fixed time is up.

Zal hij ooit uit de mocite komen? Hij kornt uit de kerk, he is coming from church. Uit oprechte lief de, out of real love. Preposition-Verbs requiring for the greater imrt different prepositions in Dul.

Zich 1wdroe-,, be grieved at. Refore the day dawned we were all up and read~' At what time Ifoc lrwt do you wish to be called? Among yonder trees there is one which looks particularly prp-tty. During the dinner people were continually knocking at our door to [the] annoyance of our guests as well as of ourselves. N'ot every heart requires a large number of friends to be happy.

I have known persons who had very few true friends, and yet were happy and contented. Three of the pupils have failed in the examination, on account of the many mistakes that they made in the translation from German into the English.

Forasmuch as the news has reached you, you will be obliged to go at once. All the people ran to the market-hom;e for to shelter, on account of the unexpected shower.

The bird flew into the church, and went right through it. Ile came to me about a quarter of an hour after my brother had left me and stayed for some a twenty-five minutes.

Once upon a time a fox saw a pretty wood-pige~: Did I eve1 hear have I heard a wood-pigeon speak such S Surely, if foxes are called cunning, pigeons might zoitden kunnen be called w~se. But now explain your statement. With us it is different. From whatever side the wind blows, we are always able to shield our head and keep it warm. I would simply lift my right wing and er cover my head with mede it. If the wind blew from the north, I should only require to lift my lf'ft wing and do the same.

You see, now I have caught ym~ that's a thmg that you do not know, my little dove! Pigeons know everything about of that matter. Shall I show vou how we ~o? She ventured it to come down from her twig in the brushwood, and sat went to sit down on the ground right in front of recht v66r the fox. That was it what waar the fox had been looking for op gewacht had with all the desire of. The very same minute that the bead turned round, he seized the poor pigeon with his strong claws, ate it op and went away.

I dare not go out, for fear that I might zou kunnen C3 tch cold. Let him do it, if he likes wii. I shall have you all geheel to voor m: You won't go out, will you? What is it that puts you up to dat er u toe brcngt neglecting neglecl your duties? He ir so anxious desirous to become acquainted with you. What will er have become of my poor hoy? The last news plur. All the people whom you see assembled in that spacious hall are descendants of the late Duke [of] A. What a pity hoe jammer that you haw not been able to ku,nnen travel more!

To spend a r. His is smid rnn beroep. Hij is t an alle marlvten tlt uis. Deze man hccft cen lakenw,inkel in de Langestraat. Waar lwn men een elrscmplaar van dit boeli; bekomen? Men lean het, meen ik, krijgen bij Mason, boekhandelaar, in de Gcorge-straat. Neem Wit rccept, en icac'ht bij de apothclrer tot de medicijncn lvlaar zijn.

Laat dit bij de blikslager repnrercn. Jllijn paardcn moctcn beslagcn wordcn; breng ze naar de hoefsmirl. He is a blacksmith by trade. He is a jack-of-all-trades. Where ean one get a copy of this book?

If you pass the chemist's, IJuy some citric acid for me. Take this prescription, and wait at the apothecary's till the me1ucine is ready Have this mended at the tiusmith's. Get the carpenter to mend those tables and benches A mason inust look after that wall. The upholsterer has papered aud furuislte! Please have this taken to the loeksrnitlt's. The man whom I employ lives near Johnston, the shoemake1. My horses must be shod; take them to the farrier.

That waggon-builder makes excellent waggons for the transport-trade. Ga met mij mcc naar de gomlsmid orn cen gouden ketting te lcopen De horlogcm. Zullen wij bij de i ishandc Zaar aangaan, en wat vis voor het dince bcstcllen? De slager hccft in de laatste tijd geen heel goea: Wij kopcn er zeldcn: De boeren zeggen, dat de oogst van 't jnar slecht zal zijn. Deze man is boekbindcr, en die hceft cen boelcstalletje.

Vraag de drukkcr, die fout te verbetcren. StU'ur naar de kruidenier om een lrist beste tee. II ecft u sigarcn? Neen, maar dje tab,alcshandelaar hecft er zeer goede op het ogenblilc. H eeft de klcermakcr mijn jas gestuurd? Neen, mijnhcer, maar de hoedemaker hccft de hoed gestuurd, die u besteld had.. Go with me to the jeweller's to buy a gold chain.

Shall we call at the fishmonger's, and order some fish for dinner? The butcher has not been sending very good mutton lately. Where d0 you buy your vegetables? We seldom buy any; our gardener keeps us supplied.

The farmers say the harvest will he! This man is a! Ask the printer to correct that mistake. Send to the grocer's for a box of best tea. Have you any cigars? No, but the tobacconist has excellent ones at present. Has the tailor sent my coat?

No, sir, but the hatter has sent the hat you ordered. As Prepositions express relations between objects, or between an object and an action, so Conjunctions establish relations between thoughts. Conjunctions are indeclinable words particles , and have no meaning in themselves. They are used for expressing the connection between sentences, or different parts of the same sentence. Consequently they are connective words. To distinguish them from Adverbs, which may he connectives as well, it must be observed that Adverbs do not derive their meaning from the place they take in the sentence, and though used as connectives, must always qualify some other word.

Adverbs, moreover, when used as connectives, are not necessarily placed bet. Reken er op, nu zal het geschieden, be sure of it, now it will happen nu is Adv. Conjunctions may be divided in~o two principal classes, viz.

MMAR kende Voegwoorden, and 2. Of the Co-ordinative Conjuuctions, those that are adverbial place the subject after the Yerb. Those which oppose, Tegenstellende Voegwoorden 3. Those which express a reason, Iledgngevende Voegwoorden.

Laat mlj u zeggen, hoe icij de dag hebbcn doorgebracht: Let me tell you how we spent the day: Hetzij wij werken of spelen, ons hoofd rnoet er bij zijn, whether we work or play, our mind must be in it; of de brief is reeds verzonden, of hij zal van morgen op de post gaan, either the letter has been sent already, or it will be posted this morning. Subordinative Conjunctions are subdivided into: Those that express a comparison, Vergelijkende Voegwoorden.

Those that express a proportion, Verhoudingaan~ wijzende Voegwoorden. Those that express a condition, Voorwaardelike Voegwoorden. Those that indicate a concession, Toegevende Voegwoorden. Those that express a purpose, Doelaanwijzende Voegwoorden. Those that express the reason of an action, R. Those that join Noun-sentences to Priucipal sentences, Verklarende Voegwoorden. Hij is grater geworden, dan ik verwacht had, he has grown taller than I had expected; doe alsof je thui: Hoe minder hoe liever, als je rnaar gewnd bent, the less the better as long as you are healthy; hoe meer ik hem aanzette tot zijn werlc, des te meer vertraagde hij, the more I urged him on to his work, the more he idled; naardat u werkt, zullen uw vorderingen zijn, according to your work, so will your progress be.

De haan began te kraaien, zodra als U'ij buiten kwltmen, the cock began to crow as soon as we came outside; het vuur ging dadelik uit, toen de blaasbalg ophield rnct blazen, the fire went out immediately, when the be11ows ceased blowing. Wijs rnij de plaats, waar ik gezaaid heb, show me the: I di8tinclly rememler the height from where we waved a last farewell to you. Ik wil het niet doen, tendj 1 mo 'DOlle toesternming geeft, I don't want to do it, unless you give your full consent; je kunt op mijn hulp rekenen, rnits je zelf al je krachten inspant, you may be sure of my assistance, provided you yourself do everything in your power.

Ofschoon dit woord verouderd mag heten, wordt het toch door verschillende schrijvers nog gebruikt, though this word may be called obsolete, it is still being used by several authors; hij waagt zich gedurig nog 's avonds.

In fact, in colloquial limguage, those two Conjunctions are rarely used. De vader icerlct icat hij kan, om dje zoon de vruchten van zijn arbeid te laten plnlckcn, the father works with all his might, to let the son gather, etc. Foreigners should try to accustom themselves t0 the constant use of the Preposition om for the sake of fluenc~.

De verkoping kon niet doorgaan, omdat het regende, the sale could not come off, because it was raining; ik zal gerechtelike stappen tegen u rnoeten nemen, aangezien i~ mijn naam lieeft traohten te benadelen. I shall have to take legal steps against you, forasmuch as you have tried to injure my reputation. These Conjunctions occur after Verbs which express an assertion, an assurance, a question, etc.

Hij verzekert rn,ij, dat hij er geen schuld aan heeft, he: Dat, that, may mean omdat, because, opdat, in order that, and zodat, so that: Wijl ought to be taken for dewijl, because, and not for terwijl, while. Zonder, in plaats van, behalve, when they are Conjunctions, can never be used without the Conjunction dat: After real Conjunctions the connective dat may not be used.

Now that may be translated nu dat, but nu only is more common. Maar and doch both mean but. Maar, however, opposes the thoughts expressed in the sentences it con-. Hij is rijk maar blind u;at uaat hem zijn rijkdoin?

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