About this item
This book presents an interesting new perspective on the study of lexicon, examining ways in which insights from translation and language learning can be viewed as complementary. The contributors bring together a range of expertise including research on the mental lexicon, second language acquisition research, translation studies and practice, terminology, language learning and lexicography.
The book is generally in very good condition - there is minor bumping to its corners as well as sticky marks from previous labels. All inside pages are free of any writing or highlighting. There is a security tag on the end paper.
An excellent source of information for the benefit of the translator or lexicographer, as well as the language learner and the teacher.
- Anderman, Gunilla M.
- Used: very good
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- Multilingual Matters Ltd
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