Minggu, 01 April 2012
Macmillan English Dictionary for Advanced Learners
Macmillan English Dictionaries - This English dictionary online was created by teams of lexicographers who studied real spoken and written text, showing exactly how and when words are used today. Go to options to set the dictionary for British or American English.
Macmillan English Dictionary Second Edition (for Advanced Learners 2.1) │ 523.1 MB
Audio recordings of all headwords are available in both British and American accents.
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Red Words and Stars
The most common 7,500 words of English are highlighted in red, and are graded with stars to show their frequency. These are the words that all learners need to know.
Definitions are written in plain English, using a vocabulary of just 2,500 words. This means that learners can be confident that they will understand all definitions first time.
Sometimes, an example can tell you as much as a definition. Macmillan Dictionary is packed with real examples which show you how the language is really used in the 21st century.
macmillandictionary.com gives you much more than a dictionary: hundreds of notes give guidance on difficult points of English usage, and help you to avoid those typical mistakes that are so easy to make.
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