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Old 31.08.2007, 23:09
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Re: English/German Dictionary

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i would recommend electronic dictionary because it's really handy.
Totally agree on the recommendation. Got my Casio G2200 in 2004, it's very handy considering that it carries 5 dictionaries in such a small package. Most of all, (common) word combinations in German are also defined which is practical in the advanced level, when trying to read complicated texts / newspapers on your own.
It is more expensive than conventional dictionaries at about CHF 400 but it's worth the price..
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