Collins Student's Dictionary for the Caribbean Plus Unique Survival Guide by Collins Dictionaries
  

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Collins Student's Dictionary for the Caribbean Plus Unique Survival Guide by Collins Dictionaries

Collins Student's Dictionary for the Caribbean is designed especially for Caribbean Students, offering up-to-date coverage of today's language. It also features a full-length Unique Survival Guide paying particular attention to the CXC syllabus, helping students write clearly and effectively. This unique dictionary has been compiled with constant reference to the Bank of English, ensuring the dictionary accurately reflects English as it is used today in a way that is most helpful to the dictionary user. The dictionary includes a Unique Survival Guide developed exclusively for Caribbean students, addressing key aspects in the CXC syllabus including errors commonly made in exams. It features tips on essay-writing, exams, grammar, letter & CV-writing and more, helping students write effectively with confidence. Additional features include entry words in colour for ease of use, detailed word histories and 'Word Tip' usage notes.

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Hardback
1056 pages

Author

Collins Dictionaries
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Publisher

Collins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.collins.co.uk

Publication date

2nd April 2007

ISBN

9780007243754


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