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Advanced English Dictionary - i have thins dictionary!
@Lecaro (1105)
Romania
January 26, 2007 2:06am CST
what dictionary do you think is the best for foreign learners?
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10 responses
@nishanity (1651)
• India
12 Feb 07
i like the websters dictionary as well as the oxford one!
@lyfhome (84)
• China
12 Feb 07
i don't take care of the kind of dictionary, but the price of the dictionary. so i don't know the best.
• Romania
4 Feb 07
Webster is the best.
• India
29 Jan 07
oxpord disctionary best for learners
@Shukaru (167)
• Romania
28 Jan 07
As others just said, I recommend you the Oxford and especially the Websters dictionaries! I just toked my Cambridge CAE exam and I had a fabulous help from my Websters dictionary! :)
@phon4u (2217)
• Laos
28 Jan 07
When I was a student I used Oxford advance learner dictionary. Later I got Webster and Colline, and at last I use Bookcase /Cambridge I installed on the computer. It can pronounce the word in British and American English sound.
• United States
28 Jan 07
Use www.m-w.com They have a dictionary online, also a thesaurus and what's really helpful is that you can listen to how the word is said when you're in doubt.
@ownado (1681)
• Portugal
27 Jan 07
I have 2 PT-EN dictionaries, one of them is from "Oxford" and the other is from "Porto Editora", a Portuguese books editor.
@edigital (2711)
• United States
26 Jan 07
Since long we used a Dictionery called A.D. Dev Dictionery then used Oxford dictionery and this found most useful. We did not used webstar or other pocket dictionery. Following free link will meet your desire of web dictionery. http://dictionary.reference.com/translate/text.html
@Elena212 (62)
• Romania
26 Jan 07
hey i have the same dictionary... i think is very good, has even a cd... and you can look faster the words that you need!