Oxford Learner's French Dictionary by

Oxford Learner's French Dictionary

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12+ (Year 7+, KS 3+). Newly updated this is an up to date, comprehensive dictionary with a special supplement covering essential expressions and full verb tables. It’s linked to the new Key Stage 3 framework supporting French right up to GCSE.


Oxford Learner's French Dictionary by

So much more than just a one word look up - the Learner's dictionary gives advice, context and tips to support learners both on paper and verbally. It's immediately and easily accessible for all secondary school students, fulfilling National Curriculum requirements and providing a refreshing and engaging reference tool for the student.


Great price and good quality! It has French to English, English to French and a section in the middle to help with phrases and other sentences. I would recommend this dictionary to people studying French (such as GCSE students) or people starting to learn French. 5* Amazon reviewer Does what it says on the book. Excellent quality and easy for both my boys to use. 5* Amazon reviewer Very good dictionary with all relevant information and would recommend to anyone needing a new dictionary and with lots of info in it. 5* Amazon reviewer Great dictionary, really useful at Secondary school. 5* Amazon reviewer

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1st May 2008




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