OCR Oxford Learner's German Dictionary by Oxford Dictionaries
  

Synopsis

OCR Oxford Learner's German Dictionary by Oxford Dictionaries

BL Ideal for all ages of German language learners especially 11-16 years BL Links to the OCR examination board requirements, fulfils the new Programme of Study for KS3 and GCSE BL Key curriculum words are highlighted to help prepare for exams BL Full colour thematic section focuses on vocabulary relating to jobs and work places, leisure and holidays, media and communications, restaurants, cafes and shops, family and friends, travel, transport and more BL Easy navigation with outstandingly clear translations, language support, and colour alphabet tabs on every page BL Bite-size information boxes give cultural information and support on tackling tricky language issues BL Student -level example sentences to illustrate how the language works and to help with sentence building BL Comprehensive verb tables decline key German verbs in full BL Extended entries in tinted panels for important function words, with clear explanations of usage and footnotes throughout

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Paperback
704 pages

Author

Oxford Dictionaries
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

4th December 2009

ISBN

9780199180967


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