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Talking Dictionaries. An Introductory-Level Course in Lexicography for English-Bound Students

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TALKING DICTIONARIES: An Introductory-Level Course in Lexicography for English-Bound Students” represents a highly accessible source of primary authentic material, secondary sources, theoretical notes, and systematized information – a very good and user-friendly coursebook for B.A. students of university study programmes in English philology. In the submitted text the author Dorota Osuchowska demonstrates her ability to mediate her own knowledge and expertise in the field of lexicography and lexicology to the English language learners.   Doc. Mgr. Slávka Tomaąčikovà, PhD.     Contents: Preface (Robert Kiełtyka), Acknowledgements, LECTURE ONE Aims of the Course, LECTURE TWO Classifying Dictionaries, LECTURE THREE More Than an A–Z Word-List or What Else Does Your Dictionary Contain, LECTURE FOUR Trying to Be an ‘Intelligent User’ or What’s in Your User’s Guide, LECTURE FIVE Finding an Unfamiliar Word 1, LECTURE SIX Finding an Unfamiliar Word 2, LECTURE SEVEN More than Meaning or What Else Does a Dictionary Entry Contain 1, LECTURE EIGHT More than Meaning or What Else Does a Dictionary Entry Contain 2, LECTURE NINE Making Sense of the Information Found: Meaning in Monolingual Dictionaries 1, LECTURE TEN Making Sense of the Information Found: Meaning in Monolingual Dictionaries 2, LECTURE ELEVEN The Format and Wording of Definitions, LECTURE TWELVE Meaning in Bilingual Dictionaries, LECTURE THIRTEEN Using a Dictionary for the Purpose of Encoding (Writing and Translating into L2), LECTURE FOURTEEN Choosing the ‘Right’ Dictionary, LECTURE FIFTEEN Writing Dictionaries and Writing about Dictionaries, Further Reading, Index, Appendix.

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