A Frequency Dictionary of Dutch: Core Vocabulary for by Carole Tiberius, Tanneke Schoonheim

By Carole Tiberius, Tanneke Schoonheim

A Frequency Dictionary of Dutch is a useful instrument for all beginners of Dutch, offering an inventory of the 5,000 most often used phrases within the language. in accordance with a 290 million be aware corpus consisting of either written and spoken fabric from quite a lot of assets, this dictionary provides Dutch middle vocabulary in an in depth and obviously prepared demeanour: all of the 5,000 entries comprises English equivalents and a pattern sentence displaying language in use.

Users can entry the head 5,000 phrases both during the major frequency directory or an alphabetical index. in the course of the frequency directory there are thematically geared up lists that includes the head phrases from numerous key themes reminiscent of eating place, nutrition and different components of day-by-day and cultural lifestyles. phrases particular to Dutch in Belgium (Belgian Dutch) can 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 obtainable to buy individually. Designed to be used by way of corpus and computational linguists, it offers the total textual content in a structure that researchers can procedure and switch into compatible lists for his or her personal study reasons.

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07 562 vervolgens adv then •• We verzamelden bij de kerk en gingen vervolgens naar de tentoonstelling. 06 563 plek noun, de place, spot •• Ze zochten een plek om wat te drinken. 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.

De Zwitser neemt de Tour in zijn programma op. 64 454 lachen verb to laugh •• Hij gedroeg zich aardig en hij lachte vriendelijk. 63 455 groeien verb to grow •• Ik heb nog nooit gehoord dat een kind groeit van suiker. 62 456 verdienen verb to earn •• Denk je met dit idee geld te kunnen verdienen? 55 457 verschijnen verb to appear •• Ze verscheen sinds 1988 niet meer in het openbaar. 53 458 krant noun, de newspaper •• Ik schrijf tegenwoordig berichten voor een krant alsook voor enige tijdschriften.

73 912 aannemen verb to assume •• Ik heb ten onrechte aangenomen dat jij ook honger had. 72 913 geweldig adj great •• Wat een geweldig nieuws. 69 914 recht adj straight •• Maria hurkte met rechte rug en legde beheerst de boeken terug. 69 915 eruit adv out •• Ze pikt de macaroni eruit en laat de groenten liggen. 65 916 gezellig adj enjoyable, cosy •• Omdat onze school maar klein is, hangt er een gezellige sfeer. 61 917 bloem noun, de flower •• De bloemen stonden in de vaas. 55 918 herhalen verb to repeat •• Deze procedure moet tweemaal daags twee weken achtereen worden herhaald.

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