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Friday, April 6, 2012
How to use a bilingual (English- Spanish) dictionary
The aim of this task is for the students to see that grammar class and general meaning of a sentence are crucial before looking up words in the dictionary. Even then choosing the correct word can be difficult. Students need an English/Spanish dictionary. Ideally they should do the following exercise in the computer room using the dictionary in www.wordreference.com.