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Shopping tips: Before you buy a French dictionary

By September 14, 2013

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Like all reference materials, dictionaries can be pretty expensive. However, with any luck they'll last you for a few years, so it's in your best interest to invest in something that's appropriate for your level and needs. Here are some things to keep in mind when buying a French dictionary.
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August 4, 2010 at 2:59 pm
(1) Cal Zethraeus says:

My choice in the French bilingual dabbler category is Merriam-Webster’s French-English dictionary, available in 3-ring binder or shirt-pocket editions. With 40,000 entries in each part and a French verb conjugation table for all listed verbs, it provides good coverage for a list price of $4.95 US. The text is identical in the two editions, but reformatted for the two page sizes, so that familiarity with one carries over to the other.
Salut ! Cal Zethraeus

September 15, 2013 at 2:44 am
(2) David says:

I’d like to find an android version of my paperback Collins Robert French>English>French dictionary or something equally as good that will work off-line. The various ones available through Google play don’t come anywhere near the book versions,

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