ABOUT THIS BOOK
PAGES: 288 p.
PUBLICATION DATE: February 5, 2006
This is a colour edition of this popular guide to the language of Scotland in the best-selling gem format. First published in 1995, the “Collins Gem Scots Dictionary” is by far the most popular guide to the language of today’s Scotland, with nearly 1800 everyday words and phrases from all over Scotland clearly explained in full sentences and with lots of helpful examples of usage. Colour text now makes this best-selling dictionary even more user-friendly. With its durable and eye-catching cover, this is a great new addition to the “Collins Gem” reference range. Containing words and phrases from all over Scotland, it also features a clear, accessible layout. Including literary as well as everyday language, it is an informative guide to modern Scots.
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