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Cambridge english pronouncing dictionary with CD-ROM (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 8. Juni 2006


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  • Taschenbuch: 622 Seiten
  • Verlag: Cambridge University Press; Auflage: 17 Pap/Cdr (8. Juni 2006)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0521680875
  • ISBN-13: 978-0521680875
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,4 x 3,5 x 23 cm
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'The depth of detail and extended coverage of this new edition is remarkable, and the typesetting - always a critical feature of a phonetics dictionary - exemplary. It will rank as one of the major publishing achievements of the decade.' Professor David Crystal 'A wonderful addition to any student or teacher library ... ' EL Gazette , 1997 'It is an excellent response by Cambridge (which has inherited 'Jones' from Dent) to its Longman rival, the Longman Pronunciation Dictionary (1990) ... ' English Today, 1997 'I have no hesitation in thoroughly reommending this new edition for all reference collections.' Reference Reviews, 1997 'A copy of the EPD would be a valuable addition to any English department.' IATEFL Newsletter Issue no.140, 1997 -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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10 von 11 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Britta Weber am 11. Mai 2000
Format: Taschenbuch
The 15th edition of Daniel Jones English Pronouncing Dictionary follows the tradition of its ancestors. It gives not only details on British and American English, but also includes international place names and internationally known proper names. It is userfriendly and easy accessible, although to use it properly, the reader has to be used to IPA (International Phonetic Association / Alphabet) symbols, otherwise the transcripts are not readable. Nonetheless, the book has to compete with Wells' Longman Pronuncation Dictionary, of which a second edition is to come up. Already the first edition of it is a concurrent of Daniel Jones, both books serve the same purposes and are equally good. Either the one or the other should be on the bookshelf of each English student.
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6 von 8 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von VENTURINI VIVIANA am 18. September 2003
Format: Taschenbuch
I am simply enthusiastic about this software. I was trying the QUICKfind while surfing the Internet and found out that turning on the automatic sound and pointing the mouse on a word, its sound is spoken up by HUMAN voices. I then tried it on a Word document and it happened the same. Everyone who's willing to improve his English pronunciation MUST try it, for it's really worth. I'll advise all foreign languages university students to buy it. The interactive exercises are also worth, as we hear whole sentences, and I like the idea to look for words both by typing in the text and the phonetic symbols. Highly recommended to up-to-date languages lovers. Last but not least, the book contains many words you cannot find on other dictionaries, such as proper names, surnames and cities. There's even my Brescia!
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sehr hilfreich für jeden angehenden Anglistik-Studenten
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die CD ist auch sehr hilfreich zum richtigen hören
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A very useful item indeed. Simply wonderful! 16. Dezember 2003
Von VENTURINI VIVIANA - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I am simply enthusiastic about the book and its software. I was trying the QUICKfind while surfing the Internet and found out that turning on the automatic sound and pointing the mouse at a word, its sound was spoken up by HUMAN voices. I then tried it on a Word document and it happened the same. Everyone who's willing to improve his English pronunciation MUST try it, for it's really worth. I'll advise all foreign languages university students to buy it. The interactive exercises are also worth, as we hear whole sentences, and I like the idea to look for words both by typing in the text and the phonetic symbols. Highly recommended to up-to-date languages lovers. Last but not least, the book contains many words you cannot find on other dictionaries, such as proper names, surnames and cities. There's even my Brescia! --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
17 von 18 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
comprehensive, userfriendly, just good 11. Mai 2000
Von Britta Weber - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The 15th edition of Daniel Jones English Pronouncing Dictionary follows the tradition of its ancestors. It gives not only details on British and American English, but also includes international place names and internationally known proper names. It is userfriendly and easy accessible, although to use it properly, the reader has to be used to IPA (International Phonetic Association / Alphabet) symbols, otherwise the transcripts are not readable. Nonetheless, the book has to compete with Wells' Longman Pronuncation Dictionary, of which a second edition is to come up. Already the first edition of it is a concurrent of Daniel Jones, both books serve the same purposes and are equally good. Either the one or the other should be on the bookshelf of each English student.
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The best CD-Rom ever invented! 7. Dezember 2004
Von H. Sze - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I seldom write reviews, but for this one, I have to say something. I very much wanted to thank Venturini Viviana from Italy and Hubert Shea from Hong Kong for I decided to get this after reading their reviews.

It has over 80,000 entries and 215,000 pronunciations including common names, surnames, places, cities and brand names etc. Just the CD-Rom alone is well worth the money. Though it may not be the most comprehensive one on the market compare to Oxford (with 100,000 entries) etc., it's the only one comes with this amazing CD-Rom. It is sure to be XP compatible, very user-friendly, fast responding and accurate. Use only your cursor to point to the word while surfing internet or working on word document and it'll automatically pronounce each word in a second if you choose to (spoken by a native British English speaker).

The only shortcomings are:-

1. I can only look up 90% of the words from this Dictionary.

2. I can't use it in Excel.

3. Only the root forms of words in British English Pronunciation is recorded.

That is, I still have to rely on the free Merriam Webster's Collegiate online Dictionary sometimes (which is pretty inconvenient). As a whole, this CD-Rom is by far the best on the market!
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The Best Dictionary for language learners in HK and China 15. Oktober 2003
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As a non-English speaker who has studied English for more than 25 years, it is believed that this dictionary should be the best reference book for any language learners in Hong Kong and China. The dictionary guides people how to pronounce English flawlessly.I highly recommend this dictionary to all university students, diplomats, business executives, secondary school teachers and university professors in Hong Kong and China since most of them fail to pronounce English in an accurate manner. As English language will continue to play a dominant role in the international world, it is instrumental for non-English speakers including Chinese to communicate with English speakers fluently and accurately. Anyway, this dictionary is really value for money!!!
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A very useful item indeed. Simply wonderful! Sept 9, 2003 16. September 2003
Von VENTURINI VIVIANA - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I am simply enthusiastic about this software. I was trying the QUICKfind while surfing the Internet and found out that turning on the automatic sound and pointing the mouse on a word, its sound is spoken up by HUMAN voices. I then tried it on a Word document and it happened the same. Everyone who's willing to improve his English pronunciation MUST try it, for it's really worth. I'll advise all foreign languages university students to buy it. The interactive exercises are also worth, as we hear whole sentences, and I like the idea to look for words both by typing in the text and the phonetic symbols. Highly recommended to up-to-date languages lovers. Last but not least, the book contains many words you cannot find on other dictionaries, such as proper names, surnames and cities. There's even my Brescia!
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