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by R. E. Batchelor

Using Spanish Synonyms download ebook
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0521446945
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978-0521446945
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R. E. Batchelor
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Cambridge University Press (November 25, 1994)
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729 pages
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Using Spanish Synonyms is an excellent reference work to have on one's shelves. Ian Mackenzie University of Newcastle.

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Using Spanish Synonyms. Written for those with a basic competence in Spanish, this comprehensive synonyms guide is designed to help the learner find the right word for the right context - thus improving their vocabulary and enabling them to communicate more precisely and fluently. It contains around 900 lists of synonyms, each one classified according to its level of formality. Every synonym is illustrated with authentic examples, and the subtle shades of difference between them are clearly explained. Online ISBN: 9780511840845. The book contains four clear indexes: Spanish-Spanish, Argentinean-Spanish, Mexican-Spanish and English-Spanish, enabling the reader to instantly locate any word

Using Spanish Synonyms. Your name Please enter your name. The book contains four clear indexes: Spanish-Spanish, Argentinean-Spanish, Mexican-Spanish and English-Spanish, enabling the reader to instantly locate any word.

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Produced specifically for English-speaking students, this new guide will enable them to develop, broaden and enhance their awareness of the richness of Spanish and Spanish-American vocabulary. It contains a wide variety of material, both formal and informal, literary and practical, which is not readily available in traditional dictionaries. The tabular layout is designed for maximum ease of reference, with sample contexts and English equivalents for each Spanish item. There are four indexes enabling the user quickly to locate any given Spanish or English word.
Reviews:
  • Dagdalas
Very detailed book, but I'm not sure how I'll practically be able to include this in my studies. I prefer the "Using Spanish Vocabulary" title over this one.
  • Onoxyleili
By reading the above reviews, thought this book would be great...and the content is truly valuable, but the embedded listed charts will not zoom up so you can read them. Very disappointing, because a synonym reference book with Kindle features that work would be solid gold!...I called Customer Service and talked to a very nice woman who said she would forward this glitch to publisher. Fortunately, my purchase price of $35.50 will be refunded. Can't see how an obvious error like this could be sold on Kindle web site. Who checks this before before placing on Kindle Store?
  • Sharpbringer
This is a cool book!!
  • Iphonedivorced
This is a must-have compendium: it "maps out," words and phrases based on register. Mastery of registers is really key when it comes to speaking a language with supposedly unconscious ease. If you can't live in a foreign country to master Spanish, then this book is crucial; and even if you are, it makes a handy reference. I really can't recommend it enough. Their hierarchically arrangement of words by register is genius. It's only draw back is that focuses only on two countries (Argentina and Mexico), which are the countries most-visited by Americans. I would buy this book before buying a frequency dictionary (if you are an interpreter).
  • Zeli
I found much accurate and appropriate information in this stout tome, which I can heartily recommend to any intermediate or advanced student.
It tells you several ways in Spanish to say "thief", or different kinds of thieves, and many other concepts, like "invention", "disorder", etc.
Despite its usefulness -- comparable to that of its sister volumes on synonyms usage in German, Russian and Spanish --, I find that the labeling of the various synonyms is deficient, since there is no mention of the frequency with which a word is used (some words given are fairly recherche, but not noted as such).
The authors make a welcome and most timely concession to lexical diversity among the various Hispanic lands, by supplying what appears on first impression to be a fairly representative list of Argentine and Mexican terms. The choice is as representative as it can be if one restricts oneself to only 3 countries: the abovesaid two plus Spain. Spain, however, has no register of its own; rather it is conflated with the main register. Thus we see looming before us the the nemesis of Spanish-language lexicography in the 20th -- and hitherto 21st -- century. The rock upon which it constntly stumbles is that it has failed to record adequately the varied, often subtle, often dramatic differences in vocabulary between various countries.
And such a geographical labeling is really necessary, since some of the words listed are of geographically restricted use, and nonetheless appear as if universally valid. It is no longer, as in English-language lexicography, to use a common vocabulary in communion among the 21 Spanish-speaking countries.
It is my intention to rectify this deplorable state of affairs in the immediate future. Until then, trust your instincts.