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Exercise 1: spelling 'r'

This sound is used in words like raam (window), maar (but) and varen (sail).

Exercise 2: spelling '(o)n' or '(a)n'

This sound is used in words like zon (sun), onder (under) and van (from/of).

Exercise 3: spelling 'aa' or 'a'

This sound is used in words like waar (where), laat (late) and garen (thread/yarn).

Exercise 4: spelling 'ie' (sometimes 'i')

This sound is used in words like niet (not), dier (animal) and kiezen (choose).

Exercise 5: spelling 'ee' or 'e'

This sound is used in words like een (one), thee (tea) and lezen (read).

Exercise 6: spelling 'e' (sometimes 'ee'), unstressed

This sound is used in words like we (we), de (the) and maken (make).

Exercise 7: spelling 'ei' or 'ij'

This sound is used in words like reizen (travel), mijn (my) and rijk (rich).

Exercise 8: spelling 'uu' or 'u'

This sound is used in words like duur (expensive), huren (rent) and nu (now).

Exercise 9: spelling 'eu'

This sound is used in words like neus (nose) and keuken (kitchen).

Exercise 10: spelling 'ui'

This sound is used in words like buiten (outside), thuis (at home) and suiker (sugar).


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