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By Carole Tiberius, Tanneke Schoonheim

ISBN-10: 1315857480

ISBN-13: 9781315857480

A Frequency Dictionary of Dutch is a useful software for all inexperienced persons of Dutch, supplying an inventory of the 5,000 most often used phrases within the language. in line with a 290 million be aware corpus along with either written and spoken fabric from quite a lot of assets, this dictionary provides Dutch center vocabulary in a close and obviously prepared demeanour: all of the 5,000 entries comprises English equivalents and a pattern sentence exhibiting language in use.

Users can entry the head 5,000 phrases both during the major frequency directory or an alphabetical index. during the frequency directory there are thematically geared up lists that includes the head phrases from numerous key issues equivalent to eating place, nutrition and different parts of day-by-day and cultural lifestyles. phrases particular to Dutch in Belgium (Belgian Dutch) can also be included.

An enticing and effective source, A Frequency Dictionary of Dutch will permit scholars of all degrees to get the main out in their study.

Prepared in organization with the Instituut voor Nederlandse Lexicologie (INL, Institute for Dutch Lexicology).

A CD model is on the market to buy individually. Designed to be used by means of corpus and computational linguists, it offers the entire textual content in a structure that researchers can procedure and switch into compatible lists for his or her personal examine reasons.

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44 667 beschouwen verb to consider •• Ik beschouw alles wat ik krijg als mooi meegenomen. 43 668 straks adv later •• Kom je straks nog even langs? 43 669 taal noun, de language •• De taal van de liefde is universeel. 35 670 winkel noun, de(m) shop •• De winkel stond vol klanten. 32 671 ervoor adv for it •• De daarop volgende publiciteit zorgde ervoor dat deze regels werden veranderd. 27 672 breed adj wide •• Televisiebeelden toonden een 30 meter brede krater. 23 673 regel noun, de(m) rule •• De overheid is gebonden aan regels.

99 564 centrum noun, het centre •• We wandelden naar het centrum van de stad. 86 565 geboren adj born •• De baby is in april geboren. 85 566 groen adj green •• Nu zie je nog steeds eiken met groen blad. 84 567 oorlog noun, de(m) war •• De Romeinen hebben een oorlog uitgevochten met Carthago. 83 568 politiek noun, de(f ) politics •• Hij combineerde een zware job met de lokale politiek. 81 569 ondertussen adv meanwhile •• De barman was ondertussen aan ons tafeltje komen staan. 80 Frequency index | Core 29 570 ruimte noun, de(f ) space •• Ze hebben behoefte aan een eigen ruimte om te kunnen musiceren.

13 464 kilometer noun, de(m) kilometre •• Alle wagens rijden met een gemiddelde snelheid van 30 kilometer per uur. 12 465 toekomst noun, de(f ) future •• Zij sparen voor de toekomst. 11 466 zwart adj black •• Ze had een zwart lint om haar haar gebonden. 11 467 verklaren verb to explain •• Hoe verklaar je het dat hij wel op tijd thuis was en jij niet? 08 468 honderd num hundred •• Minder dan drie op de honderd kiezers zijn nog lid van een politieke partij. 07 469 bepaald adj certain •• Op bepaalde momenten weet je gewoon niet meer waar je bent.

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