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The New Oxford Picture Dictionary (English/Russian Edition) review é 100

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The New Oxford Picture Dictionary (English/Russian Edition) review é 100 ↠ ❮Reading❯ ➿ The New Oxford Picture Dictionary (English/Russian Edition) Author EC Parnwell – Feedmarkformulate.co.uk Published in 1988 this dictionary continues to be a favorite of many teachersPublished in Published in this dictionary continues to Oxford Picture eBook #10003 be a favori. The Oxford Picture Dictionary for Russian seems geared toward Russian students of English It would be useful for this if it included International Phonetic Alphabet beside the English words on the picture pages Instead non IPA pronunciation guides are buried in an index For the student of Russian it's almost useless Russian is fairly phonetic if you know where the accent falls Unfortunately accent marks are completely absent and the two dots of letter yo are never shown confusing it with ye While standard written Russian omits these marks pedagogical texts should include them A student who learned the word for bill receipt from this book would mispronounce schyot as schyet eliciting great confusion and then laughter from his Russian friends Also when the book gives a plural noun you can't always predict the singular form For other nouns irregular plural forms aren't given Noun gender is never given and sometimes can't be predicted The only way to make this book useful for correctly acuiring Russian vocabulary is to look up all 2400 words a daunting task

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Te of many teachersPublished in this dictionary continues to be a favorite of man. A good book with lots of detailed pictures and topics Used it for my bilingual children Note it`s an American English not British

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The New Oxford Picture Dictionary English Russian EditionY teachersPublished in this dictionary continues to be a favorite of many teacher. Firstly it wasn't made clear that the book was intended for Russian students Next whilst the pictures allow an enormous number of words to be added to one's vocabulary for those wishing to learn Russian help with pronunciation would have been useful by simply showing where a vowel should be stressed Lastly the word lists themselves should have been printed much larger I shall return my copy and choose something else