#365daysoflanglearning – Day 22

Hi, guys! So, we’re three weeks into our new year–how are things going for you?

Honestly, I’m still not studying as much as I’d like–mostly because of deadlines and whatnot–but I’m trying to get some time in here and there. Don’t worry if you’re not doing everything you imagined you would at the start of 2017. Slow and steady work will get you there!

Anyway, onto today’s prompt and, like yesterday’s, it’s a short one.

Find a(nother) good dictionary for the language you’re learning.

If you’ve just started learning a language and you’ve not used a dictionary yet, then have a search online to see what you can find. If you’ve got a good one (or two), then look for another–I use at least two or three on a semi-regular basis. And if you’re at an advanced level, take a look for a monolingual dictionary; these can be really useful when you start coming across more obscure terms.

Here’s your pic:

#365daysoflanglearning - Day 22

See you guys tomorrow! (When the post should be on time again, as I’m scheduling a bunch of them now 😉 )

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