Oxford School Spanish Dictionary by Valerie Grundy, Nicholas Rollin
  

Synopsis

Oxford School Spanish Dictionary by Valerie Grundy, Nicholas Rollin

The Oxford School Spanish Dictionary is the perfect bilingual dictionary for pupils learning Spanish. The two sides of the dictionary are clearly divided into Spanish-English and English-Spanish, with an essential verb table list in the centre. The headwords are carefully selected to suit beginners, and particular attention is given to computing, word-processing, and ICT terms. In line with syllabus requirements, there is a special section dedicated to vocabulary and phrases on life and culture in Spanish-speaking countries. The simple two-colour layout, the alphabet down the side of each page, and the large clear print will help pupils navigate around the dictionary and take them straight to the translation they are looking for. This dictionary is exceptionally easy to use, and comes in a handy pocket-size format with a durable linen-finish cover.

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The large, clear print means that you can find the words quickly so children are less likely to become disillusioned after the usual long tedious searches. The entries are well-spaced so that definitions won't get mixed up. It includes vocabulary specified by the curriculum and simple verb tables. The versions in French and German are of equally high standard. The Parent's Guide

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Format

Paperback
640 pages

Author

Valerie Grundy, Nicholas Rollin
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
www.oup.com

Publication date

3rd May 2007

ISBN

9780199115297


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