Danish dictionary: Danish-English, English-Danish

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Psychology Press, 1995 - Foreign Language Study - 684 pages
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This up-to-date two-way dictionary is ideal for both linguists and serious learners and users of Danish. Translations are accurate and are supported by pertinent examples. The maximum information is provided in the minimum space, making the dictionary an invaluable reference source. Entries are supplemented by a section covering aspects of Danish pronunciation and grammar.
 

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W. Glyn Jones taught at various universities in England and Scandinavia before becoming Professor of Scandinavian Studies at Newcastle and then at the University of East Anglia. W Glyn Jones' many translations from Danish include Seneca by Villy Sorensen and for Dedalus The Black Cauldron, The Lost Musicians, Windswept Dawn, The Good Hope and Mother Pleiades by William Heinesen, Ida Brandt by Herman Bang and My Fairy-Tale Life by Hans Christian Andersen.

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