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    Easier English - Student Dictionary


    Easier English - Student Dictionary
    1024 pages | PDF | 9.1 Mb

    By 2050, it is estimated that fifty percent of the world’s population will have some competence in English. Many of these people will regard themselves as improvers rather than learners and will have only occasional need to quickly check the meaning of a word in a dictionary.
    This dictionary is a portable, easy-to-use quick reference tool for a large number of words and phrases, rather than a substitute for the detailed guidance of a grammar or course book. It includes commonly heard terms, with an indication of their relevant frequency, and many more terms from the worlds of work and communication and of modern society generally.

    Each word is individually defined, and no words, not even adverbs, are listed
    without a definition. Examples and collocations are given for words that are likely
    to be used in practice, in order to provide patterns for the user’s own production of
    English sentences. Less frequently encountered words, which only need to be recognised
    and understood, are given definitions only.
    Each word, including compound words and phrasal verbs, has its own easy-to-find
    main entry in bold type. Each word has a pronunciation in the International
    Phonetic Alphabet. Typical phrases and idioms associated with the main term are
    shown in bold type and separately defined within the entry.
    The meaning of the main senses of each word is given clearly and simply, using a
    limited and easily understood vocabulary. Meanings are grouped together by their
    part of speech.
    Extra help is offered in Notes at the end of some entries. These include unusual
    inflected forms and warnings about words which sound the same but have different
    spellings and can be confused with each other. The major differences in US and
    British spelling are also noted. Synonyms and antonyms (opposites) are given for
    many words.

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