t.d.decker at worldnet.att.net
Mon Mar 12 06:34:18 PDT 2007
>>I also use a fairly expensive
>>Cassell's dictionary that gives a lot of usage information. I'm still
>>looking for some Middle German dictionaries so I can be a little more
> Which edition is that, and how expensive? I've been using the Harper
> Collins unabridged German dictionary, checked out from the library,
> but want to get a good dictionary of my own.
I use the Cassell's German-English English-German Dictionary that was
revised by Harold T. Betteridge. It costs about $40 new. I bought mine
used for about $10. Over the years, I've found Cassell and Langenscheidt to
produce superior foreign language dictionaries.
>>At the moment, I'm playing with some of the fish recipes from Wecker, so
>>a little more sensitive to the language than I am usually.
> Please share?
I will as I get them done or as I run into liguistic problems to which
someone else may have the answer.
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