By Philip M. Parker
When you are studying Belarusan, this booklet was once no longer created for you, and also you are usually not buy it. It used to be created for thoroughly fluent mother-tongue audio system of Belarusan who already understand the entire which means of Belarusan phrases, yet who have to learn the way a unmarried English translation of a Belarusan notice could have ambiguous meanings within the English language. it's designed for bi-lingual schooling for the non-English reader who desires to increase English-language try out ratings masking English synonyms. Synonyms may possibly undergo no dating to a translation be aware (e.g. “love” can represent either an emotion and a rating of 0 in tennis; 0, whereas being a synonym of affection, is perhaps a nasty translation to the unique Belarusan headword). this can be a standard English word list, like Roget’s, however the entries are taken care of alphabetically utilizing headwords from Belarusan. It can't be used to translate among the 2 languages, yet will help a fluent speaker of Belarusan who's studying simple English, to benefit the ambiguities of the English language and its vocabulary. The synonyms for every headword will not be translations; Belarusan phrases are used to facilitate “looking up” English synonyms. ahead of buy, educators and scholars should still evaluate the contents of this distinct kind of glossary that is unfastened to view on Google books, or utilizing Amazon’s “look within” functionality. Public area translations used have been contributed to Webster’s on-line Dictionary and feature originated from uncited volunteers, local audio system, expert translators, box linguists and lecturers (not by way of the editor of the thesaurus). if you'd like quotation for any translations, make feedback, notice blunders, or give a contribution in the other means, please e-mail Philip M. Parker at INSEAD, who will periodically replace this sequence. replica rights are granted to educators.
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