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Category:Dutch adjective forms

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Inflected forms of Dutch adjectives, including comparatives and superlatives (in their subcategories), and the "alternate" forms, usually obtained by adding -e ending.

The rule for alternate forms is: when an adjective precedes the noun it modifies, then use the alternate form, except if the noun is indefinite neuter.


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