#1. What can one say to introduce the final part of a lecture?
#2. Translate into Frisian: "Ik have had to hit him."
#3. Which of the following words can undergo 'shortening' (ferkoarting) in the diminutive?
#4. What does 'Sa net, ...' mean?
#5. Which sentence can follow this one: "Kenne jim Sjoukje?"
#6. What is 'I have hit him' in Frisian?
#7. What rhymes with 'ik moat'?
#8. Is 'it docht my deugd' considered formal or informal Frisian?
#9. What does 'Moarn slagge wy jim' mean?
#10. What is 'in gearfetting'?
#11. What does the following sentence mean? "Dy't wat fertelle wol oer leksikografy fan it Frysk, kin net hinnegean en behein him ta ien of twa titels. "
#12. Which of the following sentences contains an Imperativus Pro Infinitivo
#13. Which of the following sentences contains an Imperativus Pro Infinitivo?
#14. Translate into Frisian: "He has saved her."
#15. Which noun phrase can be used where English uses 'she'?
#16. What style register is the address form "Manlju en froulju!" typical of?
#17. What does 'it op...rêde' mean?
#18. What is the Imperativus Pro Infinitivo version of the following sentence? "Ik wol besykje om it sels te dwaan."
#19. Which of the following words can undergo 'shortening' (ferkoarting) in the diminutive?
#20. What is not a proper Frisian translation of 'nowadays'?
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