English: skills for learning
English: skills for learning

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English: skills for learning

Further reading

The following are provided to potentially assist you in your learning. They are in no way required for completion of this course.
Countable and uncountable nouns www.bbc.co.uk/ worldservice/ learningenglish/ grammar/ learnit/ learnitv192.shtml [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)]
Monolingual print dictionaries
Cambridge Advanced Learner’s dictionarywww.cambridgemobileapps.com/ dictionaries/ aldict.html
The Macmillan Dictionary www.macmillandictionary.com/ buy.html
Bilingual online dictionaries
Reversohttp://dictionary.reverso.net/Online dictionaries providing translation from English to Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, Italian, Russian, Hebrew, Polish Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Arabic.
Wordreference.comwww.wordreference.com/ Online dictionaries providing translation from English to Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, Italian, Russian, Polish, Romanian, Czech, Greek, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Turkish, Arabic.
Dictionary apps
English language search engine
OneLookhttp://www.onelook.com/Dictionary search engine. Enter a word in the search window and you will be provided with links to several dictionaries that define it. The reverse dictionary helps to find the correct word by letting users enter a description, a question or a related word.
Word classes
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