The Firefly Five Language Visual DictionaryBook - 2004
Presents an illustrated general reference dictionary that covers subjects and themes ranging from astronomy to sports.
Firefly Books Ltd
35,000 entries and 6,000 color images from the arts, science, nature, industry and more.
Do you know what that comb with the uneven teeth is called? Do you know the Spanish name for it? With The Firefly Five Language Visual Dictionary, finding and translating the names of thousands of objects, animals, and plants in five major languages is fast, simple and fun.
The Firefly Five Language Visual Dictionary is an unparalleled reference to the world around us. Six thousand color illustrations are labeled in the five languages showing in color what other dictionaries can only describe in text. All the clear, concise illustrations are organized into a series of fully indexed sections.
Each key word and phrase is connected to the detailed illustrations making identification and translations quick and accurate.
The scope and depth of this reference are immense, covering an incredibly detailed range of terms for:
- Astronomy and Earth
- Flora, fauna and humans
- Food, kitchen and around the house
- Gardening, clothing, articles
- Arts and architecture
- Communications, transport and machinery
- Energy, science and society
- Sports and games.
This edition is ideal for anyone learning Spanish, French, German and Italian or those learning English as a second language.
A comprehensive general reference visual dictionary featuring terms in English, Spanish, French, German and Italian. This is a translation of the complete Firefly Visual Dictionary (2002).
About 35,000 terms (translated into English, Spanish, French, German and Italian, indexed by language) describe the 6,000 extremely detailed color illustrations, with topics including science, the arts, human anatomy, business, sports, transport and machinery, energy, fashion and household items. Along with honing your language skills, you can finally find out what the blue thing next to the orange thing on your car is (and whether it should actually be there) and why there is a klarspüpulmittelbehälter in your dishwasher. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Translations in English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian of the names of thousands of objects, plants, animals, and more are included in this illustrated reference that is organized into indexed sections, such as energy, science, and society.
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