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Dutch Translation of David Grove's
Basic Clean Language Questions

Translated into Dutch October 2007 by
Annemiek van Helsdingen and Maaike Nooitgedagt
www.gewoonaandeslag.nl

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OPENING QUESTION

 

   
"And what would you like to have happen?"  
   

ASK QUESTIONS LIKE THIS:
[NB client's words = x]

 

           

"And [X],


and when/as [X]


[Clean Question]
?"



   
EXAMPLE: "I want to be strong."  
           

"And you want to be strong,


and when
be strong
,



that's strong
like what?"





 

DEVELOPING QUESTIONS

Ontwikkel Vragen
     
ATTRIBUTES   Kenmerken
     

“And... is there anything else about [X]?"

 

En is er nog iets anders over [  ]?

“And... what kind of [X] is that [X]?"   En wat voor [  ] is die [  ]?
     

LOCATION

 

Locatie

     
"And... where/whereabouts is [symbol/feeling X]?  

En waar is [  ] (ongeveer)?

     

CONVERT TO METAPHOR

 

Metafoor

     
"And that's [X] like what?"  

En [  ], en dat is net zoiets als?

 

     

RELATIONSHIP

 

Relatie

     
"And is there a relationship between [X] and [Y]?"  

En is er een relatie tussen [  ] en [  ]?

"And when/as [event X] what happens to [Y]?"  

En wanneer [  ], wat gebeurt er dan met [  ]?

     

MOVING TIME QUESTIONS

Opeenvolging Vragen
     

SEQUENCE

  Ervoor
     
"And ... what happens just before [X]?"  

En wat gebeurt er vlak voor [  ]?

"And... then what happens?"
"And... what happens next?"
 

En wat gebeurt er dan/ daarna?

     

SOURCE

 

Bron

"And ... where could [X] come from?"   En waar zou [  ] vandaan kunnen komen?
En waar komt [  ] vandaan?
     

INTENTION QUESTIONS

Intentie Vragen
     

INTENTION

 

Gewenste Uitkomst

     
"And what would you / [X] like to have happen?"  

En wat zou [  ] willen dat er gebeurt?

     

NECESSARY CONDITIONS

  Noodzakelijke Voorwaarden
     
"And what needs to happen for [X] to [intention of X]?"  

En wat is er nodig zodat [  ] kan gebeuren?

"And can [X] [intention of X]?"   En kan [  ]?

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