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Oxford Collocations Dictionary Online (1 year's access)

Catalog

A corpus-based dictionary which shows the most frequently used word combinations in British and American English

Format: Online Resource

The Oxford Collocations Dictionary shows which words work together. It helps students express their ideas naturally and convincingly and is particularly useful for academic and report writing.

USD 15.00
 + Sales Tax

Oxford Learner's Quick Reference Grammar - Android App

Catalog

Format: Android App

Quick, clear and easy-to-understand explanations of the grammar.

Oxford Learner's Quick Reference Grammar - iOS app

Catalog

Ninth Edition

The world's best-selling advanced-level dictionary for learners of English

Format: iOS App

Quick, clear and easy-to-understand explanations of the grammar.

Oxford Collocations Dictionary

Catalog

Second Edition

A corpus-based dictionary with CD-ROM which shows the most frequently used word combinations in British and American English.

Format: Paperback

Language Level: Upper-Intermediate to Advanced (B2-C2)

Know which words go together and sound more natural

Oxford Learner's Thesaurus

Catalog

A dictionary of synonyms

Format: Mixed media format

Language Level: Upper-Intermediate to Advanced (B2-C2)

No two words are exactly the same. This is the learner's thesaurus that explains the difference

Oxford Idioms Dictionary

Catalog

Second Edition

Format: Paperback

Language Level: Intermediate to Advanced (B1-C2)

A clear and accessible dictionary that explains over 10,000 frequently-used idioms.

Oxford Phrasal Verbs Dictionary

Catalog

Second Edition

Learn 100 of the most frequent and useful phrasal verbs in the world of business.

Format: Hardcover

Language Level: Intermediate and above (B1-C2)

The information students need to understand over 6,000 common phrasal verbs and use them correctly.

Oxford Dictionary of English Idioms Paperback

Catalog

Format: Paperback

A comprehensive dictionary dealing with general idiomatic expressions in current English.