By Christine van Baalen
This primary Dutch for examining wisdom publication out there promotes a excessive point of examining and translation competency through drawing from Dutch grammar, vocabulary and interpreting innovations, and delivering many translation “shortcuts” and information while tackling advanced texts in Dutch. geared toward scholars, researchers and students who have to how to learn and translate glossy Dutch texts for his or her educational study, this e-book specializes in these parts the place the Netherlands performs or has performed a number one and leading edge position on the planet. those parts comprise structure, paintings background, layout, the Dutch Golden Age, (post)colonialism, (im)migration, social laws and water administration. For all components the authors mix profound wisdom of the sphere with nice services in instructing Dutch language and tradition. This publication can be utilized for a Dutch for interpreting wisdom direction or curriculum, and can also be hugely appropriate for self learn.
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Here are a few examples: verzinnen (to make up), vergeten (to forget), gebeuren (to happen). The problem is that for these words, the root is not an existing word in itself, so that semantic differentiation can not be activated. Word guessing exercise: Words with prefixes Go through the three texts and find the be-, ver- and ont- words and see if you can arrive at their meanings by analyzing them or explaining them with minimal dictionary use. The first text in the next chapter also has quite a few samples of these kinds of words.
Look, for instance, at the following examples where students guessed in translation (a) and (b) and, while guessing, completely derailed the translation, whereas the more experienced student/reader in (c) blanked out the words and thus left more of the original meaning intact: a. b. c. In hun pijlkokers steken wel 20 of 30 pijlen allemaal bestreken met gif. In their prisons are about 20 or 30 prisoners altogether stricken with grief. In their pillboxes they stock 20 or 30 pills all of which are bound with twine.
The first text in the next chapter also has quite a few samples of these kinds of words. Answers are found in the back on p. 203. 23. The notion of pillarization will return in the next chapter. Suffice it to say for now that pillarization was the way in which (prewar) Dutch society was organized, with the different pillars representing the different religions. This separate but equal model was intended to prevent religious strife between the different religions. In the 1960s when religion was questioned more and the Netherlands became more secular, depillarization (ontzuiling) began to occur.