Longman Primary Dictionary by
  

Longman Primary Dictionary

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Part of the Primary Dictionaries Series

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Longman Primary Dictionary by

Based on extensive research into primary school teaching, this dictionary has been carefully compiled to include vocabulary which pupils at this level will need. Containing over 8,000 entries from many school subjects including Maths, Geography and Science, the dictionary is a valuable teaching course across the curriculum. * Attractive, accessible layout includes over 250 black and white illustrations and 16 full-page colour pictures that aid comprehension and make finding the right word easy for your pupils.* Clear and concise definitions are written using language appropriate for learners at this level, helping your pupils quickly develop an understanding of English that will better prepare them for the secondary school level.* Grammar information is simply explained, idioms and typical language patterns are defined and exemplified, while examples demonstrate typical usage, helping your pupils develop their literacy skills further.

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Paperback
336 pages

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Publisher

Longman an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

8th September 1998

ISBN

9780582298231


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