Asking again about where to buy FR>EN dictionaries in the U.S.
Thread poster: Sally van der Graaff
Sally van der Graaff
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Sep 23, 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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Susana Galilea  Identity Verified
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Local time: 17:53
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"Librairie de France" in New York City Sep 23, 2003

Salut Sally

You do not mention which city you live in. Hope this helps anyway...

http://www.frencheuropean.com

Good luck with the test!

Susana Galilea
Accredited Translator, EUTI
sgalilea@ispwest.com
www.accentonspanish.com


[Edited at 2003-10-31 22:17]


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Sally van der Graaff
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Salut, Susana! Sep 24, 2003

Susana Galilea wrote:

Salut Sally

You do not mention which city you live in. Hope this helps anyway...

http://www.frencheuropean.com

Good luck with the test!

Susana Galilea
Accredited Translator, EUTI
Phone: +1 (773) 384-9285
Fax: +1 (773) 782-0902
Email: sgalilea@ispwest.com
Online: http://www.accentonspanish.com
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[Edited at 2003-09-23 21:52]


Thank you, Susana, from the bottom of my heart. I should've thought to search New York City bookstores specifically! (At any rate, I'm glad YOU did!) You saved my neck. Thanks for taking time to help me out.

Sally


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Susana Galilea  Identity Verified
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Glad to be of help Sep 26, 2003

Sally van der Graaff wrote:
Thank you, Susana, from the bottom of my heart. I should've thought to search New York City bookstores specifically! (At any rate, I'm glad YOU did!) You saved my neck. Thanks for taking time to help me out.


Glad to be of help, Sally. Give my regards to New York City

Good luck, and let us know how the test went.

Best,

S.G.

[Edited at 2003-10-31 22:17]


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