By ABBYY Lingvo
The great English-Russian and Russian-English Learner's Dictionary of Collocations is the made of the author's approach to compilation of learner's dictionaries comprehensively describing the English language process for Russian-speaking (thinking in Russian) scholars studying English. the most rules of the method:
- specialise in a selected pupil (thinking in Russian);
- vocabulary choice in keeping with frequency;
- semantic constitution of phrases in accordance with frequency;
- presentation of vocabulary goods in phrases;
- commentaries to entries (4 varieties) in keeping with Russian-English contrastive and comparative studies;
- translation variants;
- purposes of linguistic content;
- Russian-English thesaurus (reverse dictionary).
Total quantity of over two hundred author's sheets
The dictionary is a deciphering and coding learner's dictionary, i.e. it explains the integrated words' meanings and also teaches pondering within the international language in addition to formulating/coding of a concept in Russian utilizing the English language. a number of comparative commentaries serve an identical purpose.
The authors depend on the theories of words, their types and ideas of the lexical items' cognitive body. those matters shape the theoretical foundation mirrored within the constitution of the dictionary's entries.
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