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LINGUIST List 20.198

Thu Jan 22 2009

Qs: Equivalents of General Service List for MFLs

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Message 1: Equivalents of General Service List for MFLs
Date: 22-Jan-2009
From: Zoe Handley <zoe.handleynottingham.ac.uk>
Subject: Equivalents of General Service List for MFLs
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Hi Everyone,

I was wondering whether anyone could help me in my search for equivalents
of West's (1953) General Service List, frequency-ordered list of basic
English vocab, for the following languages:

- French
- German
- Spanish
- Italian
- Chinese

Thanks in advance for your help with this
I will post a summary of replies

Zoe Handley
LSRI, University of Nottingham

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

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