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a very good latin dictionary,
This review is from: Collins Latin Dictionary and Grammar (Collins Dictionary and Grammar) (Paperback)This latin dictionary is very good as it has on top of it a very apprehensive grammar section giving you extra tips for trnsltion.
It beats imilar kind of small dictionaries including the tiny collins. And is even esier to use thn Lewis and short, a very comprehensive.
Do I sometimes not find anything? Yes, odd words even usual ones but as said much better then the other small dictionaries.
If I have one complin it is that when you open it where you need to be it is difficult to keep open so as to get a good overview. Different binding would be good.
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Initial post: 17 Jul 2009 15:12:46 BDT
Bill BBB says:
It would be nice if this person learned to spell words in the English Language first, perhaps they are not actually ready for Latin just yet!
In reply to an earlier post on 25 Jul 2009 15:35:13 BDT
Last edited by the author on 25 Jul 2009 15:36:59 BDT
M. Cato says:
Dear Bill, why not learn the punctuation rules of English before you complain about other people's spelling? Also, you are using "they" when it should say "she". Perhaps you are not ready for English just yet...?
Mrs Miller was giving other people useful advice; what exactly were you trying to do, Bill?
Posted on 30 May 2010 13:18:22 BDT
R. A. Ikem says:
Haha! Dear Bill, your comment was funny and yours too M. Cato, but in her defence she probably wrote this from a hand-held device. Take the advice and stop moaning about syntax and semantics :-) PS: The thing that first caught my eye was an inanimate thing being described as apprehensive, rather apprehensible is the word. Oh the obnoxious whims of pedantry!
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