Lists of vocabulary side-by-side in German, Dutch, and some Afrikaans. If you have any corrections or additions (including other West Germanic languages) or if you can provide audio recordings, please e-mail me at ielanguages [at] gmail [dot] com. Comparative lists for Scandinavian languages (the North Germanic languages) are available at Scandinavian Vocabulary. Comparative conjugation charts of Germanic Verbs currently include German, Dutch, and Swedish. Comparative lists are also available for Romance Languages, for both vocabulary and verb conjugations.
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