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A new edition of South Africa's best-selling school dictionary based on fresh research now even more helpful and easier to use! Features: double the number of example sentences more support for learners; synonyms and opposites help learners expand their vocabulary; illustrations boost learners understanding instantly, e.g. cross section, graph, prism; more usage notes help learners avoid common mistakes, e.g. thinking a desert is a pudding; more word histories covering a range of source languages as required by the curriculum; pronunciation guidance for every headword, in an easy-to-understand respelling format; classroom-ready study pages great as the basis for lessons; more words from the South African curriculum not slang, but ammeter, ARV, biomass; and completely up-to-date design find what you're looking for quickly!
A major new edition of the trusted, bestselling, comprehensive Oxford School Dictionary with new curriculum support. This fantastic new edition will boost your children's vocabulary with new words and meanings from across the curriculum. A helpful new spelling, grammar and punctuation section is included to enhance language skills and bring the dictionary up to date. What makes it the best? It is uniquely powered by the Oxford Children's Corpus, the largest bank of children's language in English, so you can be confident that all entries are clearly written in child-friendly language that children actually understand. Each example is perfectly age-appropriate, making it easy and enjoyable for every child to use. New for this edition is a robust supplement on spelling, grammar and punctuation, giving targeted help with the tricky bits, making this dictionary the perfect tool to support children in their journey to become good readers and writers. As usual, it has been extensively trialled with schools, so you can be sure it is still the best dictionary for your children, in a handy pocket-sized format. Further help with writing skills is available in the updated new edition of the companion Oxford School Thesaurus. Looking for great word activities to match this dictionary? Find fun downloadable activities, puzzles, and word games at www.oxforddictionaries.com/schools
Collins South African School Dictionary is the perfect companion for all students aged 11+. With a very clear design throughout, it is easy to use and full of useful features to help build language confidence and help with work and study.
This new Collins South African School Dictionary has been developed with teachers to be the perfect tool for school work and homework. The clear layout makes finding entries exceptionally easy, and full definitions are given in simple language, often in complete sentences. With over 20,000 entries, many new or updated, it includes relevant curriculum vocabulary for students aged 11+.
A special supplement on spelling follows the main dictionary. It outlines key spelling rules and lists words that are commonly confused or misspelled, so it helps students to identify and master the trickiest spelling problems.
This student-friendly dictionary is an invaluable reference for all school students.
Collins Caribbean School Dictionary has been specially developed in association with teachers in the Caribbean to ensure it meets the needs of students following Caribbean syllabuses. This dictionary - which is fully up to date - provides coverage of vocabulary from all curriculum subjects to ensure students have the language they need at their fingertips. It provides guidance on grammar and punctuation, and includes a guide to spelling that covers key spelling rules, guidance on commonly confused and misspelled words and help with learning how to spell. The social studies section provides essential information on the world around us, with key facts and maps.
n Eerste tematiese, tweetalige geillustreerde kinderwoordeboek in volle kleur. Vrolike rympies ondersteun die bekende temas. Die liggaamsdele, kleure en vorms, aktiwiteite en syfers vul die temas aan. Direkte assosiasie tussen voorwerp en woord. / A first thematic bilingual illustrated wordbook in full colour. Cheerful rhymes support the familiar themes. The parts of the body, shapes and colours, activities and figures complement the themes. Direct association between object and word.
What is a bumbershoot? Or a moonbow? And what does it mean when someone absquatulates...? Find out all this and more in the Dictionary of Difficult Words. Test your knowledge with more than 400 words to amaze, confuse and inspire budding wordsmiths (and adults). All of the words featured in this book are difficult to spell, hard to say and their meanings are obscure to most children (and most adults)! Written with simple, easy-to-understand definitions by lexicographer Jane Solomon, this dictionary celebrates the beauty of the English language for family trivia time spent around the printed page.
In Richard Scarry se My Eerste Groot Woordeboek maak ons kennis met Buks en Bettie Beer en hul vriende in Woelstad.
Leer honderde nuwe woorde met behulp van Richard Scarry se wonderlike, klassieke tekeninge. Die woorde word gegroepeer volgens tema sodat die kind op ’n heerlike prettige wyse sy of haar kennis van die węreld kan uitbrei.
’n Plesier vir oud en jonk!
A fantastic mini school thesaurus for age 11 and above in the best-selling Gem format to help you find the right word every time. Written specially to help with school work and homework, you will find thousands of synonyms to increase vocabulary, with examples to show context for every synonym listed. This mini thesaurus has a useful supplement to provide help with finding the right word. Every entry has a definition, and each alternative word is followed by its own example, helping you decide which word is the most appropriate to use. The perfect companion to the new Collins Gem School Dictionary, and an indispensable tool for any secondary school student aged 11 and above. Using a thesaurus has never been easier!
This new paperback edition of the Oxford School Dictionary of Word Origins gives an engaging insight into the origins of the everyday language we use. It provides additional language support and information through funny and absorbing word histories, feature entries on especially curious, 'yucky', and 'mind-boggling' words, and a full thematic section on words from the worlds of food, fashion, dinosaur names, invented and onomatopoeic words and much more. John Ayto, top word expert, entertains all ages from eight to eighty with this informative and humorous dictionary and language reference tool. Downloadable learning resources, word games, puzzles, and much more are available for additional online support at www.oxforddictionaries.com/schools
This is a brand new dictionary crammed with features to get children aged 7+ discovering words and boosting their vocabulary range. With entries from across the curriculum, clear and accessible definitions, a mixture of illustrations and photographs, help with alphabetic navigation for tricky letters (like ph- and f-), Word Story panels which provide interesting word origins, and Build Your Vocabulary panels giving synonyms and antonyms, it will help children discover lots of exciting new words and meanings easily. The look and feel of every spread is clear and easy to use. Examples taken from well-known children's books and a supplement of days, months, spelling, apostrophes and word building help makes improving vocabulary fun. This dictionary is part of a set of Oxford Primary Illustrated reference titles which include a companion thesaurus, a maths dictionary, science dictionary and computing dictionary. Looking for great word activities to match this dictionary? Find fun downloadable activities, puzzles, and word games at www.oxforddictionaries.com/schools
This new edition of the Oxford Student's Dictionary is fully revised, with new curriculum vocabulary and up-to-date meanings. This is a comprehensive dictionary for students aged 14+ who need clear and straightforward definitions for vocabulary that they encounter at school and when preparing for exams. It includes subject specific language as well as everyday words and phrases. The new supplement gives spelling, punctuation and grammar tips for exam success, how to interpret exam command words and tips on what you can do to make a difference when checking through the exam paper.
Children will enjoy learning how English works with the help of this friendly, easy-to-follow guide. Clear explanations, fun illustrations and lively example sentences take young readers on a journey of understanding. This is the perfect introduction to grammar and punctuation.
This Collins First School Dictionary is an ideal introduction to the world of words for children age 5+. The careful choice of vocabulary, clear definitions and simple examples, together with the beautifully designed illustrations help make learning easy, memorable, and fun. This school dictionary for children offers an easy way to find out the meanings of everyday words, and includes a carefully written section which provides support in grammar, spelling and punctuation in preparation for school tests. The images in this illustrated student dictionary engage children and help them understand what words mean, while example sentences show how words can be used. Simple grammatical labels introduce children to different word groups, all of which are clearly explained in the introduction. Simple, fun and easy-to-use, this is perfect for any child's first school dictionary. For more illustrated learning support, our Children's Dictionary (9780008271176), Children's Thesaurus (9780008271183), Primary Dictionary (9780008206789) and Primary Thesaurus (9780008222055) are also available.
The perfect English reference for all students aged 11 and above. A combined dictionary and thesaurus, in the best-selling Gem format, it has been developed with teachers to be the perfect tool for both school work and homework. An invaluable two-in-one reference book in a handy, portable and durable format. Clear, straightforward definitions with matching thesaurus entries providing a generous choice of synonyms and antonyms. The "Get It Right" supplement addresses the main points in the 3 key curriculum areas of Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling.
This bright and bold dictionary of twenty-six thought-provoking words from A-Z is perfect for equipping girls, boys and everyone with the words they need to empower themselves. Including:
- Activism: trying to change something important by making your voice heard
- Brainpower: your ability to come up with brilliant ideas
- Compassion: caring about other people's suffering
- Diversity: including all kinds of different people
- Equality: when everyone is treated in the same way
- Feminism: fighting for equality between girls, boys and everyone
With bright and inclusive artwork from illustrator Carolyn Suzuki, F is for Feminism is a great conversation starter, and will inspire and motivate activists of all ages.
This new edition has been revised to offer up -to-date vocabulary for students learning French at primary school and into their first years in secondary school in a format that is ideal for carrying in school bags. Students can build their French words and phrases the easy way both at home at school. The simple and clear translations are quick to find using the alphabet down the side of the page and the guide words at the top of the page. Grammar support is given in the full verb tables in the middle of the dictionary to support recognizing different verb inflections and tenses. A flavour of French culture is given in the special section on everyday life. Clear and easy to use, it is the ideal dictionary to grow vocabulary and build confidence creating and translating sentences in French.
The X-Kit Achieve! Literature series offers a unique series of visually attractive, high-quality exam preparation tools. The series has been written by top South African educationalists. The books cover all the knowledge and skills tested in the final English Home Language and First Additional Language literature exams for the FET phase. Plot, theme, character, style, symbolism and imagery are all discussed in detail, and thoroughly taught and tested. Study and exam preparation techniques are covered and exam questions provided. Answers are also provided for all the questions to allow learners to monitor their own understanding. This study guide aims to provide you with sufficient support for doing really well in your Grade 12 English examination. This study guide will provide: All the background information needed for a full understanding of Cry, the Beloved Country.; Summaries, including a precis of the whole play, plus details of acts and scenes.; Important quotes for use in exams.; An analysis of the play that will help you understand the plot and develop insight and appreciation.; Pointers about the characters for quick and easy revision.; A summary of the key themes.; Comprehensive exam preparation assistance, including test-yourself questions, sample contextual questions and full answers; and A glossary explaining literature terminology. About the author, Alan Paton: Born in Pietermaritzburg in 1903, Alan Paton attended Pietermaritzburg College and then studied science at the University of Natal. He graduated in 1922 and obtained his teaching certificate in 1923. In 1925, he went to teach at a school in Ixopo attended by black children. In 1928, he took a post at Pietermaritzburg College, a prestigious, whites-only boys' school, where he taught for seven years. He started writing poetry and novels, but was critical of his novel-writing efforts and destroyed these early stories. In 1935, he became principal of Diepkloof Reformatory. Here, he instituted a number of reforms and the reformatory succeeded in rehabilitating juvenile criminals into society. He felt that with greater freedom in the way the reformatory was run, the boys would be better adapted to life outside the reformatory when released. At the start of the Second World War, Paton wanted to join the army, but was asked to stay on at the reformatory instead. After the war, while travelling to study prisons and reform schools elsewhere in the world, Paton had the idea for his novel Cry, the Beloved Country, which he wrote most of while travelling abroad. Paton was convinced that young urban black people drifted into crime because of a lack of opportunities to make a living and as a result of broken families and tribes around the country. This lack of stability of home and culture left the young without an anchor, and the unfair laws of the time inhibited them from finding an honest way to make a living. In creating his characters for Cry, the Beloved Country, Paton drew on three major schools of thought at that time: There was a desire by white people to keep the black people in their place.; There was an opposite desire among black activists to demand equality more and more violently; and There was the attitude of "brotherly love" as embodied by the Christian churches predominant at that time. As a devout Christian, Paton seemed to conclude in his novel that having an attitude of brotherly love offers the only hope for the future, but this idea was fiercely opposed. Although Paton wrote this novel in 1946, the themes and issues he explores are still interesting and relevant now. This eBook is in ePDF format, which enables you to: View the entire book offline on desktop or tablet.; Search for and highlight text; and Add and edit personal notes directly in your eBook.
Die Pharos Junior tweetalige skoolwoordeboek fokus op leerders van graad 4–7 en het 'n paar nuwe, unieke kenmerke. Die woordeboek bevat sowat 5000 trefwoorde en is geskik vir Afrikaans en Engels huistaal of addisionele taal. Van die kenmerke wat die gebruiker kan verwag, is:
- Voorbeeldsinne; sinonieme en antonieme; homonieme en homofone; frases; idiome en spreekwoorde
- Woordverdeling en klem; woordsoorte volledig uitgeskryf
- Attributiewe vorm, trappe van vergelyking, meervoud, verkleiningsvorm, deeltjiewerkwoorde, verlede tyd
- Inligtingskassies met verdere inligting oor grammatika, spelling en taalgebruik
- Afleidings van basiswoorde met hul vertalings
Unieke kenmerke van die woordeboek is die byvoeging van woordsoorte se onderafdelings; intensiewe vorme; homofone en woorde wat dikwels verwar word by die betrokke inskrywing, plus die vertalings; en by diername, die versamelnaam, manlik en vroulik, woord vir die kleintjies en die dier se geluid.
The perfect mini dictionary for all students aged 11 and above. Updated to include around 20,000 entries, with all the words you must know for school and exams, in the best-selling Gem format. This handy mini-sized dictionary has been developed with teachers to be the perfect tool for both school work and homework. With over 20,000 clear, concise definitions and extra help with difficult pronunciations, it gives core vocabulary for key curriculum exam subjects, plus thousands of examples of words in use. Developed with teachers, this dictionary is an indispensable tool for any secondary school student aged 11 and above. Includes a guide to punctuation, spelling and grammar, to support students in class, and during home study. Have confidence - Help with spelling, pronunciation and difficult words
Hierdie miniwoordeboek vir Nederlands en Afrikaans is ideaal om vir 'n taalkursus te gebruik of om op reis saam te neem. Die woordeboek is baie volledig en prakties en is 'n gerieflike sakboekgrootte. Dit is tweedelig en bevat 30 000 aktuele Afrikaanse en Nederlandse woorde. Algemene uitdrukkings en gesegdes word ingesluit. Die grondbeginsels van Nederlands word ook gegee.
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