A Frequency Dictionary of Spanish: Core Vocabulary for Learners (Routledge Frequency Dictionaries)

  • Title: A Frequency Dictionary of Spanish: Core Vocabulary for Learners (Routledge Frequency Dictionaries)
  • Author: Mark Davies
  • ISBN: 1138686549
  • Page: 328
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  • A Frequency Dictionary of Spanish Core Vocabulary for Learners Routledge Frequency Dictionaries P A Frequency Dictionary of Spanishhas been fully revised and updated including over new entries making it an invaluable resource for students of Spanish Based on a new web based corpus containi
    P A Frequency Dictionary of Spanishhas been fully revised and updated, including over 500 new entries, making it an invaluable resource for students of Spanish Based on a new web based corpus containing than 2 billion words collected from 21 Spanish speaking countries, the second edition of A Frequency Dictionary of Spanish provides the most expansive and up to date guidelines on Spanish vocabulary Each entry is accompanied with an illustrative example and full English translation The Dictionary provides a rich resource for language teaching and curriculum design, while a separate CD version provides the full text in a tab delimited format ideally suited for use by corpus and computational linguistics With entries arranged both by frequency and alphabetically, A Frequency Dictionary of Spanish enables students of all levels to get the most out of their study of vocabulary in an engaging and efficient way.

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    1. Esta edición Kindle duplica la edición de papel que he poseído por algunos años. Compré eso porque creí que sea útil para tener eso en mi laptop, donde hago la mayoría de uso de español; y así es que ha probado. Un el gasto muy valedero.

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    2. The concept of this book is brilliant. Majority of book is Frequency Index of 5000 most common words in Spanish, in order. Within this section are really interesting extra boxes of frequency info by topic (example: Animals, and the top 50 most common animal words are given in order). After the Frequency Index, an Alphabetical Index and Part of Speech Index is each given, translations appear for all entries.Fantastic for Spanish teachers and learners alike (although college or adult learners woul [...]

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    3. Fantastic. After working my way through this book and memorizing the vocab, I am able to understand about 80-90% of what I read, like when reading a news article or something. A great resource for those who are pursuing fluency but don't want to waste time learning words that are uncommon and therefore not very useful. Only complaint is that the binding seems to be sub-par, a few pages came out after just a week or two. Not a big deal, I just stuck them back in.

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    4. If your truly going to learn Spanish, this is a must have. It tells you what words to learn and don't waste time on infrequently used words.

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    5. A vocabulary list/dictionary ordered by frequency of word use is such a valuable tool that I really think the authors should make it a personal priority to triple the length to 15,000 words- at a minimum. 30,000 words would be even better if feasible.Another priority is to edit it, since it contains many errors and some questionable translations. I, at any rate, noted that the word "tejer" is translated "to sew or weave". I have learned "tejer" as meaning "to knit" (weaving may well be anothe [...]

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    6. This book represents, in my opinion, the best way to study Spanish vocabulary because it's so efficient. You have the top 5,000 Spanish words ordered by frequency, meaning if you begin at #1 and go on from there, you're learning words in the right order--meaning, the ones that you are most likely to need when reading, listening to or speaking Spanish.Here's an example of how powerful this method is. The authors make use of a 20,000,000 word corpus, and show how many times each word appears withi [...]

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