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Dutch Academy Eindhoven Placement for New Students (6 questions)
Please take note, you can take this test only one time!
1. Why would you like to learn Dutch?
I need Dutch for my job and career.
I need Dutch for my future in the Netherlands.
I need Dutch for the Civic Integration Exam (inburgeringsexamen).
I do not need Dutch. Just for fun.
2. How much time are you going to spend on your homework?
I'm not sure. It is not my priority. If I will have some time, I will do it. Otherwise I will skip it. It depends on my schedule and how my life goes. Not a big deal.
As much as needed.
3. How much time are you going to spend on practicing Dutch every week (speaking, reading, listening, trying to communicate with Dutch people)?
From time to time. It depends on my schedule. I don’t have much time.
As much as I can every day!
4. How would you rate your level of English?
I do not speak English.
I speak a little English.
My English is so-so.
I can speak English well.
I speak fluent English.
5. Do you know the difference between 'Your' and 'You’re'? Even native English speakers often make mistakes with these two words.
Your is a possessive – it means something belongs to you. Example: your name, your car, your house.
The word you’re is short for 'you are'. Example: you’re beautiful, you’re smart, you’re welcome.
You’re means You smart. Your means Your are name.
You’re means beautiful, smart, welcome. Your is a possessive.
You’re is short for You are. Your are is long for You are.
You’re means 'You are'. Your means 'You possess something'.
6. What is the difference between Holland and the Netherlands?
The Netherlands consists of 12 provinces but many people use “Holland” when talking about the Netherlands. The official name of the country is the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The Netherlands consists of twelve provinces: Groningen, Friesland, Drenthe, Overijssel, Flevoland, Gelderland, Utrecht, North-Holland, South-Holland, Zealand, North Brabant, and Limburg. Holland actually only means the two provinces of Noord-Holland and Zuid-Holland.
Holland is the official name of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The Netherlands consists of 12 provinces.
The Netherlands is the official name of North-Holland, South-Holland.
The Netherlands is the unofficial name many people use. Holland is the official name many people use.
The Netherlands is the official name. Holland is just a part, consisting of the two provinces of Noord-Holland and Zuid-Holland.
Holland is the official name of 12 provinces. The Netherlands is the unofficial name, many people use.
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