Multi Linguis

Guide to Dictionaries

Guide to Dictionaries by Multi Linguis
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For readers of:Samuel Johnson, William Craigie, James Murray, Noah Webster, Robert Burchfield
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ISBN9781005103545
PublisherMulti Linguis
LanguageEnglish
About the Book

Multi Linguis offers you ? guide to dictionaries of the Learner’s and Survival Collections.
The book is intended to help you learn about the Project and review its dictionaries and their structure. It contains lists of levels, themes, parts of speech and keywords used in the books as headers, as well as title languages arranged by groups and regions.

The Multi Linguis Project is based on the Wiktionary corpus and created by one person.
The database of the Learner's Dictionaries includes 9 000 lemmas (words and phrases)‚ their translations in many languages as well as transcriptions‚ transliterations and grammar information.
All these lemmas are divided into 6 learning steps of 1500 entries each and also 150 vocabulary themes grouped in 30 super themes. They can be arranged by themes‚ steps‚ parts of speech or keywords‚ but never by the alphabet.
Different types of dictionaries are offered for the same language. They are designed in an original way to be convenient and efficient. All of them are available in mobi format.
Multi Linguis is presently able to publish such books for more than 70 languages. It's planned to improve them and increase their number.
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About the Author

Multi Linguis is an independent project designed and created by one person. It is based on data from Wiktionary and Wikipedia and has the open license CC BY-SA 3.0.
Multi Linguis offers bilingual dictionaries for more than 200 languages. These books are intended to help you try out, study and compare them.
A database of the project includes 9'000 lemmas (morphemes, words and phrases with a specific meaning) levels A1-B2 by the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference).
The Multi Linguis Dictionaries are not traditional alphabetical, but frequency-thematic. Their use speeds up the process of learning languages, promotes memorization and develops lingual thinking.
Several different types and kinds of dictionaries are offered for the same language. For all books of the same type, a universal division into levels and themes is applied.

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