A dictionary containing a comprehensive vocabulary for working Dutch, this title contains approximately 17,000 words in the Dutch-English section and about 14,000 in the English-Dutch section, though the actual number of equivalents is far greater than this, and certainly enough for everyday use. Special care has been taken to include idiomatic usage so that this dictionary is extensive in its coverage, but also concise and practical to use. There is a special section on sounds and spelling and a concise Dutch grammar section for easy reference. This edition has been updated to include the most recent usage of the language to date and to make grammar explanations clearer.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Sounds and spelling; A concise Dutch grammar; Dutch-English; English-Dutch
Gerdi Quist is co-author of the current edition of Teach Yourself Beginner's Dutch, Teach Yourself Dutch and Teach Yourself Beginner's Dutch Grammar, a native Dutch speaker, and lecturer at University College, London. Dennis Strik is a part-time lecturer at the University of Kent at Canterbury and part-time post-graduate language assistant at University College, London. His previous publications include Teach Yourself Beginner's Dutch Grammar and Teach Yourself Beginner's Dutch Grammar.