Dictionnaire des combinaisons de mots by Le Robert (Educa Books)

By Le Robert (Educa Books)

DESCRIPTION : Un mot sur le bout de los angeles langue ? Les synonymes en contexte : 160 000 combinaisons de mots classées par sens et 26 000 exemples pour :
– trouver le synonyme juste en contexte ;
– formuler clairement ses idées ;
– enrichir son discours.

Des formules d’auteur, malmenées dans le langage courant, retrouvent leur « version d’origine », des remarques signalent les erreurs d’emploi les plus fréquentes : on n’est pas bourré de remords mais bourrelé de remords.

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There is no need to make a special effort to memorize them. The sheer frequency with which most of them show up should make remembering them automatic. * + walking stick This primitive element is a picture of just what it looks like: a cane or walking stick. It carries with it the connotations of lameness and whatever else one associates with the use of a cane. Rarely—but very rarely—it will be laid on its side. Whenever this occurs, it will always be driven through the middle of some other primitive element.

4] 60 Remembering the Kanji _ ` a b large 107 Ø Here we have a simple pictograph of a person, taking up the space of an entire character and giving it the sense of large. It should not be too hard to locate the two legs and outstretched arms. [3] c d e * As a primitive, we need a different meaning, since the element representing the human person will come up later. Hence, this shape will become a large dog or, if you prefer, a St. Bernard dog. In frame 238 we will explain why this choice was made.

This is done not only because it is convenient for making stories, but also because it helps to reinforce the original meaning of the character. child 95 { This kanji is a pictograph of a child wrapped up in one of those handy cocoons that Japanese mothers ³x to their backs to carry around young children who cannot get around by themselves. The ³rst stroke is like a wee head popping out for air; the second shows the body and legs all wrapped up; and the ³nal stroke shows the arms sticking out to cling to the mother’s neck.

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