Advanced Learner's Dictionary, 8th Edition
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* NEW 1,000 new words and meanings covering technology, lifestyle, slang, the economy (carbon trading, citizen journalism, malware, social bookmarking, stack it, staycation, X factor).
* NEW Oxford 3000 T Plus shows students the most important words to know in English and the most important meanings of those words.
* NEW Academic Word List words marked.
* NEW 32-page Oxford Writing Tutor helps students plan, write and review their written work.
* NEW Topic Col******** notes and synonym information enables students to extend their vocabulary to over 7,500 words.
* NEW 64-page Visual Vocabulary Builder with colour photos and illustrations.
* NEW Oxford iWriter on CD-ROM an interactive tutor to help students plan, write and review their written work.
* NEW Interactive whiteboard-friendly CD-ROM.
NEW interactive whiteboard-friendly CD-ROM includes:
* Oxford iWriter an interactive tutor to help students plan, write, and review their written work.
* Thesaurus, Cultural Guide and Word origins integrated with the AZ create a complete reference tool.
* Example bank with 1,000 s of extra example sentences.
* Topic vocabulary banks make it easy to look up and learn words used in society and politics, science and technology, culture, and education.
* Dictation exercises in a variety of accents to develop listening skills needed for passing exams.
* Help with learning and teaching dictionary skills.
* Exercises to practise and learn the Academic Word List.
NEW unlimited online access with audio:
* Access to the complete A-Z dictionary.
* Hear all headwords spoken to practise pronunciation.
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