Oxford Children's French-English Visual Dictionary by Oxford Dictionaries
  

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Oxford Children's French-English Visual Dictionary by Oxford Dictionaries

With thousands of words from a variety of topics, the new Oxford Children's French-English Visual Dictionary gives students learning, and using, French the best reading and writing support. It contains a range of topics grouped under main headings such as People and Homes, Food and Clothing, School and Work, Sport and Leisure, Art, Music, and Entertainment, Transport, Animals and Plants, Planet Earth and the Environment, and Space. Each topic includes a short introductory text given in both French and English plus over 20 bright, modern illustrations labelled in both French and English. There are over 1500 illustrations throughout. The illustrations feature engaging children characters and the topics are familiar and appropriate to the primary curriculum. Introductions to the language and how to get the most out of the dictionary, along with pages on opposites, numbers, time, and calendar words plus full indexes in both French and English make this Dictionary easy, and fun, to use.

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Paperback
128 pages

Author

Oxford Dictionaries
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

6th June 2013

ISBN

9780192733726


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