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This has been fixed in all languages.
For general information about language support, please see: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cognitive-services/luis/luis-language-support.
An error occurred while saving the commentMarco Rietveld commented
@riham and @carol, this is a really big problem. In fact, it basically means that LUIS is unusable for Dutch (and German).
If we can't count on "pepernoten" or "nootmuskaat" to be treated as words (they are), then we would literally have to input a large chunk of the dictionary in order to compensate for this problem, which is an unacceptable workaround for us.
We've even seen that "chocolade" is being split into "choco" and "lade"!
I strongly urge you to retract support for Dutch (and German) until this problem is fixed.