By Dilys Parkinson
;Oxford Phrasal Verbs Dictionary for inexperienced persons of English КНИГИ ; ГУМАНИТАРНЫЕ НАУКИ Автор: коллектив авторов Название: Oxford Phrasal Verbs Dictionary for inexperienced persons of English Издательство: Oxford collage Press Год: 2001 Формат: PDF Размер: 49,8 МБ Язык: English Для сайта: www.mirknig.com* The dictionary provides scholars the data they wish either to appreciate and to make lively use of approximately 6,000 universal British and American phrasal verbs.* The highly transparent layout of the dictionary makes it really easy to use.* the most element of each one access includes a transparent definition of the which means of every phrasal verb. A defining vocabulary of below 3,000 phrases retains the definitions basic and straightforward to understand.* Corpus-based examples exhibit how phrasal verbs are utilized in present English. those offer precious versions to follow.* The entries comprise comparable nouns, adjectives, and idioms that are derived from the phrasal verb (such because the noun 'break-up' from the verb 'to holiday up').* rigidity is proven on each one phrasal verb to inspire right pronunciation.* utilization notes facing universal difficulties support novices steer clear of regular mistakes.* complete details is given at the grammatical development of every phrasal verb.* universal topic and item collocates used with the verb are integrated. scholars can draw on those for his or her personal energetic use.* Synonyms and opposites are given to assist freshmen construct their vocabulary.* The dictionary includes learn pages which offer scholars additional assistance on studying and utilizing phrasal verbs, and photocopiable workouts which are used for lecture room or person practice.* behind the dictionary is a useful consultant to the that means of the adverbs and prepositions that are used to shape phrasal verbs. eighty five
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