Separable verbs in perfectum
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Dutch separable verbs in perfectum
If you are familiar with separable verbs in present tense and with the perfectum it's time to take a look at Dutch separable verbs in perfectum!
It's easy, you follow the rules of a not-separable verb in perfectum and you put "ge" in between. Example of a not separable verb in perfectum
wassen = to wash
Ik heb de auto gewassen.
I have washed the car.
Example of a separable verb in perfectum:
afwassen = to do the dishes
Ik heb de borden afgewassen.
I have done the dishes.
As you can see, "ge" comes in between the separable parts of the separable verb.
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