Oxford Student's Dictionary by Oxford Dictionaries

Oxford Student's Dictionary

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14+ (Year 12-13, KS5-6). New 2012 Edition. The Oxford Student's Dictionary has high vocabulary coverage for students aged 14+. It includes thousands of word origins, synonyms and usage notes. The comprehensive vocabulary, derived words, easy pronunciation guides, style and subject labels, make this an excellent dictionary and easy to use for the upper secondary level.


Oxford Student's Dictionary by Oxford Dictionaries

The new look contemporary Oxford Student's Dictionary provides comprehensive vocabulary coverage and language support to upper secondary students preparing for exams and beyond. It contains thousands of cross-curricular words and phrases, with example sentences and context to show how language is used in practice. Technical vocabulary, special guidance on spelling, grammar, and usage, and additional help with synonyms and word origins help to develop wide-ranging language and writing skills. It is powered by the Oxford Children's Corpus, a unique electronic database of millions of words written for children.

The clear layout, simple definitions, pronunciation guides, and subject labels make this the perfect language reference tool for secondary school as well as for continued use at home. In addition, for free downloadable learning resources, word games, puzzles and much more, go online to the www.oxforddictionaries.com/schools website.

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1312 pages


Oxford Dictionaries
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Oxford University Press

Publication date

3rd May 2012




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