Dutch Flashcards

100 most common verbs-Dutch

to accept accepteren to allow toestaan to ask vragen to believe geloven to borrow lenen to break breken to bring brengen to buy kopen to be able to kunnen to cancel annuleren to change veranderen to clean schoon te maken to comb kammen to complain klagen to cough hoesten to count tellen to cut snijden […]

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C4 L4 The French and the Dutch

Who was Samuel de Champlain? French merchants wanted the wealth that came from the fur trade. A group of French merchants hired Samuel de Champlain to find a place to build a settlement. Samuel de Champlain was a French explorer who founded Quebec in what is now Canada. What happened in 1608? In 1608, Samuel […]

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Dutch Terms

ABN The official form of Dutch is known as Algemeen Beschaafd Nederlands (ABN), literally general civilized Dutch, or standaardnederlands. The written form of ABN is considered the official spelling of the language. It is monitored by the Taalunie, an organisation backed by the Dutch and Belgian governments. Every 10 years or so there are changes […]

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Spanish, Dutch, French, and English colonies in the Americas

Spanish areas colonized Mexico, Peru, West Indies, Florida Spanish reasons for colonization *trade route to Asia *gold, silver *christianity * establish military base Spanish relations with natives *intermarriage *slavery *granted Indians certain rights *mesitzos Spanish organization of empire included most populous parts of New World and regions richest in natural resources French areas colonized Land […]

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APWH Chapter 23 GRQs

What was the major difference in trade during 500-1500 and the period beginning after 1500? The major difference in trade during 500-1500 and the period beginning after 1500 was that in the period of 500-1500, the world’s most powerful societies were those that were organized by imperial states such as the Tang dynasty of China, […]

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Ch. 6 history

Why were spices of the East needed? They were needed to preserve and flavor food and for medicine Describe chief motives for European expansion. they wanted to expand for trading, especially for spices. they wanted to find precious metal (gold, silver, etc.) they wanted to expand their religion they also wanted to gain territory for […]

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Dutch, English, and French Exploration

Why didn’t the Dutch, English and French explore until the 16th century? because of religious wars and other problems at home What had made the Dutch, English and French ready to compete with the Spanish and Portuguese? they had devised effective economic incentives to foster their own colonialism Who had allowed only a small percentage […]

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World history new world quest

Giovanni da Verrazano French Searching for sea route to pacific Discovered New York harbor Jaques Cartier French Exploring new world for France Discovered st Lawrence river / mont real Result- Montreal Samuel de Champlain French Looking for new land for France Founded : Quebec Result: New France. 32 colonists helped found Quebec Henry Hudson Netherlands […]

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Dutch Empire Notes

Dutch Empire was a series of companies that controlled a huge mass of land and Power A-1-Encyclopedia Britannica With strong Maritime control no other ships could pass some routes the Dutch controlled giving them a trade monopoly. 2 The Netherlands had some of the first state chartered companies meaning they had much more money than […]

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Ch 16.3 and 16.4 World Geography

dikes The Dutch have built ______ of earth and rock to hold back from water poder The Land that the Dutch reclaimed from the sea is called a _____ decentralize The Belgian Government has passed laws to _________ giving greater authority to the governments in Wallonia, Flanders, and Brussels Luxenborg is a small prosperous country […]

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History 2-4

An agreement between parties that benefit them both Alliance French missionary Who had founded 2 missions along the Great Lakes (now michigan) Jacques Marquette What is the French term for “runners of the woods,” were independent traders who lived amoung the Indians Couriers de bois Who was the French explorer who made the first of […]

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Chapter 3.1

What technological advances made Possible the Age of Exploration? Caravel, Compass, Sextant What were some immediate outcomes of Columbus’ voyage? Rivalry between Spain and Portugal What were some long term outcomes of Columbus’ voyage? Finding the Americas How did Portugal benefit from Vasco da Gama’s voyage to Calicut? A direct sea route from Portugal to […]

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Dutch East India Company

• Dutch East India Company (Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie or VOC in Dutch) • Dutch East India Company (Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie or VOC in Dutch) is considered to be the…………… First Multinational Corporation of the World • Dutch East India Company was also the first company to ………… It was the first company which was given […]

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English, French, and Dutch Exploration

How come the Dutch, English, and French were not involved in expansion while the Portuguese and Spanish were? They were caught up with the Reformation. Joint stock companes specialized in trading and colonizing Year of quest for Northwest passage 1497 How come the Northwest passage didn’t work? ice Out of the three groups (in the […]

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Dutch Bad Words

idioot idiot kanker cancer (can be used as a strong expletive, as an adjective or as an adverb,can be paired with nearly any insult to intensify it ) klere cholera ( can be used as an expletive, as an adjective or as an adverb) Klerelijer (“cholera sufferer”) used an as insult, and roughly analogous to […]

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Ch 4, Lesson 4: The French and the Dutch

Why did the French and the Dutch set up colonies? They mainly wanted to trade for furs, but they also wanted to compete for land with Spain and England. They started the first colony in what is now Canada. internecine conflicts, fighting between groups ally partner proprietary colony a colony owned or ruled by one […]

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L22: Maritime Empires I: Portugal & the Dutch

Imperialism Empires crossed land and countries Henry the Navigator Prince of Portugal who led military campaigns in North Africa and directed voyages that spurred the growth of Portugal’s colonial empire. Bartholomew Diaz Led a land expedition across Africa to find Prester John and connection to the Indian Ocean Vasco de Gama Portuguese epic voyage to […]

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4.4 The French and Dutch 1

How did Spain compete for control of land in the Americas? Spain built colonies which protected its claims. How did Spanish settlements affect the lives of American Indians? They were enslaved as workers, converted to the Catholic religion, and were taught new ways of life. How did new animals change Indian life? Horses were tamed […]

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Spell It! DUTCH Spelling Words DEFINED

cockatoo a colorful bird that lives mostly in rainforests keelhaul to punish by dragging under the keel of a ship harpoon a spear like weapon furlough a temporarily leave from a military bowery a street noted for cheap hotels easel a set up tripod for holster a handgun freebooter a pirate (buccaneer) waffle pancake batter […]

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The Dutch Settle New Netherland

Peter Stuyvesant arrived in NN as its new director or leader in 1647 Settlers came from Germany, France, England, Sweden & Finland indentured servants A person who agrees to work without pay for a set time in exchange for some benefit New Netherland (NN) quickly became the colony’s largest town slaves were most of the […]

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The Middle Colonies

Patroon A landowner who had certain privileges under the former Dutch government of New York. A patroon usually owned a large amount of land. Proprietary Colony Belonging to a proprietor; owned by a private person. Peter Stuyvesant New Netherlands governor who refused to surrender to England. Took New Netherlands without firing a shot. Duke of […]

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