Oxford Learner's German Dictionary by Vennebush
  

Oxford Learner's German Dictionary

Written by Vennebush

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11-16 (Years 7-11, KS3-4) . New 2012 Edition. A brand new, up-to-date, comprehensive German dictionary for schools, with full verb tables and central colour supplement giving essential phrases and expressions. Ideal for all ages of German language learners especially 11-16 years. Links to the new Programme of Study for KS3 and GCSE. Key curriculum words are highlighted to help prepare for exams. Full colour thematic section focuses on vocabulary relating to jobs and work places, leisure and holidays, media and communications, cafes and shops, family and friends, travel, transport and more. Easy navigation with clear translations, language support, and colour alphabet tabs on every page. Bite-size information boxes give cultural information and support on tackling tricky language issues. Full information on the new and old spellings of German.

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Oxford Learner's German Dictionary by Vennebush

This easy-to-use dictionary is ideal for all German language learners from secondary level onwards. It includes vocabulary for the KS3 Modern Languages Framework, KS4 National Curriculum, and Scottish Guidelines. Essential curriculum words are highlighted with a key to deliver the required exam vocabulary easily.

Up-to-date examples illustrate how German works and meets the Curriculum's sentence building requirements. Full German verb tables with tenses translated give clear support for writing in German. Extended entries for important function words and clear footnotes on usage provide extra help.

Bite-size information boxes also give cultural tips and help with tackling tricky language issues. An illustrated colour section provides useful everyday phrases on different topics such as words relating to family and friends, holidays, restaurants and shops, travel, transport, jobs and work places, media and communications, and more. For linked free downloadable learning resources and activities in German, go online to the www.oxforddictionaries.com/schools website.

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These dictionaries are very useful, especially because you are given the word in a sentence, or sentences, to show how it is used in context. 5* Amazon reviewer Excellent book which will be extremely useful to me as I conquer the language. Very good value for money. 5* Amazon reviewer Excellent value with loads of help tips throughout. By far the best dictionary for use when starting to learn German. 5* Amazon reviewer Good dictionary, really helpful and insightful. 4* Amazon reviewer This is the best by far!! So easy to use and just the thing for beginners like me. I would recommend it to any aspiring German language student 5* Amazon reviewer

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Format

Paperback
704 pages

Author

Vennebush
More books by Vennebush

Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

3rd May 2012

ISBN

9780199127474

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