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A new, revised and expanded English-Kyrgyz/Kyrgyz-English Dictionary has just been published. It is written by Bakyt N. Kurmanakunov, English language professor at Jalal-Abad State University and publisher of smaller editions, with the help of Willoughby Ann Walshe, Peace Corps volunteer in Kyrgyzstan Protected content , and other language professors. The dictionary contains:
• 30,000 words
• 30,000 translations
• 15,000 synonyms
• 10,000 antonyms
• Phonetic transcription of English words to aid pronunciation
• Phonetic examples for Cyrillic alphabet characters
It is available in two versions:
• A5 format, Protected content , including a table of irregular English verbs and short Kyrgyz grammar.
• Pocket edition Protected content 11x 4 cm), Protected content , with table of irregular English verbs.
The dictionary is designed especially for use by people in schools, businesses, and the tourist trade, who want to learn and improve their English and Kyrgyz language skills.
Cost of single copies is Protected content for the large dictionary and Protected content for the pocket version. A discount may be arranged for quantity orders. For information, please contact:
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