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Has anyone managed to find a list of this kind in a tabular form, possibly with articles? Something like this would be ideal:

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das Kind     |  die Kinder |
der Hund     |  die Hunde  |
das Zimmer   |  die Zimmer |
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A plain list, just like the one above, would be ideal since I would like to print it. Just an article, noun and plural form. Although there are many lists on the internet, they are mostly up to a 100 words, with word explanations examples, with missing articles etc. Any help will be really appreciated. Thanks.

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closely related (though not including the top 1000): german.stackexchange.com/questions/5640/… –  Takkat Jul 23 '13 at 11:19
    
Heutiges Deutsch oder über eine längere Epoche? Nur schriftliches oder auch mündliches Deutsch? Wie sollte das ermittelt werden - sollte jeder Text gleich stark gewichtet sein oder häufig gelesenes proportional stärker als selten gelesenes? Soll man hilfsweise verkaufte Exemplare der Schriften wählen? –  user unknown Jul 23 '13 at 14:44
    
-1 for this Aschenputtel task. Please, consider other language learning techniques. –  falkb Jul 24 '13 at 20:21
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+1 because one style of learning that doesn't work for you or seems ridiculous to you may be extremely useful for someone else. –  Dustin Jul 25 '13 at 2:33
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I would recommend that you check out this ProVoc site. You can download entire lists of vocabulary that end-users have compiled. They are free for use, but you need to have OS X (running Provoc or iVocabulary) or iOS (iVocabulary).

These files can be exported to CSV lists and then imported in Excel, for example

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