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Buying specialized FR>EN dictionaries in the U.S.
Thread poster: Sally van der Graaff
Sally van der Graaff
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Sep 8, 2003

Hello all,

I'm planning to take the ATA FR>EN exam Oct. 11, and I desperately need to know what dictionaries I should purchase for this—both to study in advance, and to take with me to the exam site. I was hoping to purchase them offline, so I would really appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction. . . .

Sally


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Sally van der Graaff
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Asking again—where to buy FR>EN dictionaries in the U.S. Sep 23, 2003

Hi all,
Am I asking the wrong question? I need to know what dictionaries and lexicons other FR>EN translators are using for their work and for the ATA exam, plus where I can get them. If anyone would take just a minute to answer my questions, I would be extremely grateful.
Sally van der Graaff


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