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Query Subject:   Collocation dictionaries
Author:   Anna Cermakova
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Linguistic LingField(s):  Lexicography

Query:   I am currently gathering material on existing collocation dictionaries to
help with producing a collocation dictionary on Czech. Most on the market
are aimed toward advanced learners, although our dictionary is planned
for use among native speakers. I am interested to know if there are any
others aimed primarily toward native speakers, and if s,o who the
prospective users are (except language professionals such as
translators). I would be grateful for any ideas on this.
LL Issue: 22.3908
Date posted: 06-Oct-2011



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