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By Carole Tiberius, Tanneke Schoonheim

ISBN-10: 1315857480

ISBN-13: 9781315857480

A Frequency Dictionary of Dutch is a useful device for all inexperienced persons of Dutch, delivering a listing of the 5,000 most often used phrases within the language. in line with a 290 million note corpus such as either written and spoken fabric from a variety of resources, this dictionary provides Dutch center vocabulary in an in depth 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 pinnacle 5,000 phrases both during the major frequency directory or an alphabetical index. in the course of the frequency directory there are thematically equipped lists that includes the pinnacle phrases from numerous key themes resembling eating place, nutrition and different components of day-by-day and cultural lifestyles. phrases particular to Dutch in Belgium (Belgian Dutch) may also be included.

An attractive and effective source, A Frequency Dictionary of Dutch will allow 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 offered to buy individually. Designed to be used by way of corpus and computational linguists, it presents the total textual content in a layout that researchers can technique and switch into appropriate lists for his or her personal study reasons.

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58 575 directeur noun, de(m) director •• De directeur gaf alle medewerkers de rest van de dag vrij. 56 576 schieten verb to shoot •• Hij schoot de bal in het doel. 55 577 zomer noun, de(m) summer •• Na een schitterende winter volgde een dito zomer. 55 578 kracht noun, de strength •• Hij heeft veel kracht in zijn armen voor zo’n kleine jongen. 51 579 wellicht adv possibly, perhaps •• De grootste tegenstand komt wellicht uit de buurt. 50 580 genieten verb to enjoy •• Wij genoten van de prachtige natuur.

36 550 rust noun, de rest •• Een gevoel van rust komt over haar. 34 551 kloppen verb to knock, to beat •• Zij klopte zachtjes op de deur. 33 552 stap noun, de(m) step •• Hij liep stap voor stap naar de keuken. 33 553 blijkbaar adv apparently •• Blijkbaar hebben jullie mijn redenering toch niet helemaal begrepen. 29 554 verlaten verb to leave •• De journalisten wordt verzocht de zaal te verlaten. 29 555 ervaring noun, de(f ) experience •• Als ploeg hebben we er een leerrijke ervaring aan overgehouden.

66 869 meemaken verb to experience •• Oudere bewoners hebben nog meegemaakt dat de eerste auto door het dorp reed. 64 870 uitkomen verb to come out •• De diefstal kwam al snel uit en de daders werden opgepakt door de politie. 64 871 aardig adj nice •• Het is een aardige vrouw die altijd voor een ander klaarstaat. 60 872 mis adv wrong •• Ik snap niet wat daar mis mee is. 58 873 ermee adv with it •• Ze zullen ermee moeten leren leven. 57 874 verandering noun, de(f ) change •• Inwoners moeten niet meteen drastische veranderingen verwachten.

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