This new edition has been expanded to include over 1000 new headwords with particular attention paid to money, email technology, pastime and leisure, ecology, medical terms, sports, and professions. Existing entries have been made fuller and more comprehensive. It is updated for 2004 with over 1000 new entries covering: IT (web page, web site, gigabyte, chat room); money (one euro coin, with value of euro compared to old currency); communications (text message, long-distance call), leisure (action replay, abseiling; bicycle lane), religion; even includes SARS.
Its features include: colour headwords, phrases, verb tables and virtual alphabet tabs; new design to increase clarity of layout, 2 colour and with virtual alphabet tabs; perfect for individual use as a quick reference tool or extended classroom work; and links to NLS Modern Languages curriculum - all syllabus words are included. Nicholas Rollin is an experienced editor of bilingual dictionaries. Most recently he has been project manager for the "Oxford Spanish Dictionary" (Academic, 2003). He is also the Chief editor of the "Oxford Study Spanish Dictionary" and "Oxford School French Dictionary" new editions 2004.
"The large, clear print means that you can find the words quickly so children are less likely to become disillusioned after the usual long tedious searches. The entries are well-spaced so that definitions won't get mixed up. It includes vocabulary specified by the curriculum and simple verb tables. The versions in Spanish and French are of an equally high standard."
The Parent's Guide
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- Oxford School German Dictionary