How would we discover words in a lexicon .


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Take a gander at the first page of the lexicon before you.What do you see about the words?. You ought to have seen that every one of the words begin with the letter A. Would you be able to discover the page where the words begin with B ?. What number of pages of words starting with An arrive in the lexicon?. Word reference LAYOUT.
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How would we discover words in a lexicon?

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Look at the principal page of the word reference before you. What do you see about the words? You ought to have seen that every one of the words begin with the letter A

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what number pages of words starting with An are there in the lexicon? Would you be able to discover the page where the words begin with B ?

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DICTIONARY LAYOUT Discuss with the individual sitting beside you how the page is set out. Be prepared to impart your contemplations to whatever is left of the class.

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Features of Dictionaries The words are in segments The word you need is in strong or in shading The word makes them mean composed alongside it

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Features of Dictionaries Look through the pages of the lexicon now. What do you take note?

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Features of Dictionaries You ought to have seen that every one of the words are in order arrange

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Can you put these words into in sequential order arrange? Apple Elephant Apple Zebra Carrot Elephant Zebra

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Can you put these words into in sequential order arrange? Lorry Caravan Party Money Sunshine Caravan Lorry Money Party Sunshine

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