Oxford Junior Dictionary

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Rosemary Sansome, Dee Reid, Alan Spooner
Oxford University Press, 2002 - English language - 266 pages
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This dictionary is specially written to support young dictionary users aged seven and upwards in their reading and writing, both at home and at school. It offers 13,000 words and phrases, with headwords in red, full definitions of idiomatic phrases and expressions, and style labels (formal, informal) to encourage accurate use of language. Up-to-date example sentences and phrases show how words are used in context, and parts of speech and inflections are written out in full to build grammatical skills. An introduction shows how to use the book and appendices include word origins, time, shapes, numbers, and countries and peoples.

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