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Query:   Most Frequently Used German Words
Author:  christina mendez
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   General Linguistics
Morphology

Summary:   LISTS OF THE MOST FREQUENTLY USED GERMAN WORDS CAN BE FOUND AT THE FOLLOWING URLS:

1. PROJEKT DEUTSCHER WORTSCHATZ:
HTTP://WWW.WORTSCHATZ.UNI-LEIPZIG.DE/HTML/WLISTE.HTML (10,000 MOST FREQUENT WORDFORMS IN THEIR CORPUS)

2. INSTITUT FÜR DEUTSCHE SPRACHE:
HTTP://WWW.IDS-MANNHEIM.DE/KT/30000WORDFORMS.DAT (LIST OF 30,000 WORDFORMS)

3.HTTP://GERMAN.ABOUT.COM/LIBRARY/BLWWFREQ01.HTM?TERMS=FREQUENCY


OTHER SOURCES
1.CELEX: BAAYEN,
H.R., PIEPENBROCK, R. & VAN RIJN, H. (1993) THE CELEX
LEXICAL DATABASE (CD-ROM). PHILADELPHIA, PA: LINGUISTIC DATA
CONSORTIUM.

2.RUOFF, ARNO (1981)

HAEUFIGKEITSWOERTERBUCH
GESPROCHENER SPRACHE
(LEXICON OF WORD FREQUENCY IN SPOKEN GERMAN)
THERE SHOULD ALSO BE A 2000 VERSION AVAILABLE AS WELL.

LL Issue: 15.769
Date Posted: 03-Mar-2004
Original Query: Read original query