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2010 | 19 | 19-31
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Over het prille begin van Nederlands-Duitse vergelijkende studies

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NL
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Neue holländische Grammatica — published in 1755 in Amsterdam — was intended for Germans who studied Dutch. The author of the paper analyzes the first attempt at comparing elements of Dutch as the target language with their equivalents in German as the initial language. The grammar under scrutiny lacks systematic investigations regarding similarities and differences observed in the discussed languages, for such comparative analyses are relatively recent research outcomes.
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19
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19-31
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