Monday, August 03, 2009

Forms vary but essence still indispensable ...

Dictionaries have always been indispensable tools for learning written languages, and their forms have changed and diversified in sync with the revolution in information and communication technology. As it is widely known, there are now electronic as well as on-line dictionaries. It seems to me that dictionaries in the iconic form are still well-liked.

Self-improvement spirit in more open society

2 Comments:

Blogger And the movie talk them self in our mind said...

Yeah, the vocabulary is the core of language, and the dictionary is the core of the vocabularies..

6:38 AM  
Blogger rayhami said...

Keeping you in the loop on the new BUZZ, going around.
A US soldier wrote good provocative new book:
When Kuwait was seized they sent him to help get it back. When we were attacked by terrorist on 9/11 they sent him to help avenge us and then when he returned home they treated him like an enemy. Now you can share in his story by reading about it in his new book, THE ROAD TO AMERICA’S ECONOMIC MELTDOWN, by RAYMOND BERESFORD HAMILTON. It is available on Amazon, Barnes-&-Nobles, AuthorHouse, and many other online retail stores.

4:25 AM  

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