Hi all I noticed on the language learning resources page 'learn everything else' (https://fluent-forever.com/language-resources/learn-everything-else/#.VlbqZb96Ra8) that there was a link to the book A Frequency Dictionary of Dutch. In case anyone is interested in the Dutch frequency list without paying for it, based on the official list by de Kleijn and Nieuwborg's Basiswoordenboek Nederlands: 2000 most frequent words: http://www.dikverhaar.nl/wp-content/uploads/Basiswoordenlijst_2000_frequente_meest_woorden.pdf And the 2000 to 5000 most frequent words: http://www.dikverhaar.nl/wp-content/uploads/Frequente_woorden-2000–5000.pdf Oviously, it's just the Dutch list, no translations to English, but I hope it helps. Lots of other resources for Dutch-learners as well, on this page by Dik Verhaar. In case you need any help with Dutch, let me know, I'm a native speaker and always happy to help. Happy learning! Jorinde

* Originally posted by Jorinde.

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  • Thank you so much for sharing this, Jorinde!

    * Originally posted by Gabriel Wyner.
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  • And thank you for the offer to help with Dutch! Right now we're looking for someone who has experience with the International Phonetic Alphabet. Do you happen to have such experience or know someone who does?

    Thanks very much again!
    ~Lauren, Gabe's assistant

    * Originally posted by Gabriel Wyner.
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  • Oops, I'm sorry for this late reply ... I hadn't checked for any replies ...
    I know the international phonetic alphabet, are you still looking for someone?


    * Originally posted by Jorinde.
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  • As I'm not checking forums that often if anyone, at anytime, is in need of Dutch learning help, feel free to mail me, I'll be happy to help or point you in the right direction
    mynamebackwards <@> telenet.be

    * Originally posted by Jorinde.
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