Oxford Children's Dictionary by Robert Allen
  

Oxford Children's Dictionary

Written by Robert Allen
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8+ (Year 3-4, KS2). The Oxford Children's Dictionary is illustrated in colour and aimed at readers at KS2, YR3-6 and P4-7 fo Scotland. There are 20,000 colour headwords, 150 colour illustrations, pronunciation guides for difficult words (eg. guerilla, ricochet), information on word origins (eg. rickshaw) and no confusing abbreviations - word classes (parts of speech) and inflections are written in full. In addition, there's help to encourage accurate use of language: up-to-date example sentences and phrases show how words are used in context. A useful introduction and key show how to get the best out of the dictionary.

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Oxford Children's Dictionary by Robert Allen

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Format

Hardback
400 pages

Author

Robert Allen
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www.oup.com

Publication date

6th February 2003

ISBN

9780199111213

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