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Title: A Reference Grammar of Dutch
Written By: Carol Fehringer

A Reference Grammar of Dutch is aimed at English-speaking students of Dutch
at beginner/intermediate level. It is designed to be practical and
user-friendly: it is arranged alphabetically to allow for quick and easy
access and linguistic terminology is kept to a minimum, with a glossary
provided. Examples are taken from modern, everyday Dutch, and numerous
charts and tables help the student focus on the main points. Each entry is
linked to a set of exercises, and a key to the exercises and a
comprehensive index are provided.

Publication Year: 1999
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation
Subject Language(s): Dutch
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