German-English Dictionary (Langenscheidt's Pocket Dictionaries) マスマーケット – 1993/4/1
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Generally, most dictionaries are created equal, I suspect. As is usually the case with these smaller "pocket" dictionaries, the text is frustratingly small and easily smudged and generally not that comprehensive. It's a dictionary and not a primer, so you really can't expect to actually speak German from the dictionary. You could probably figure out how to ask for the bathroom or how to order a schnitzel or something.
Well, it ended up working for my son's German I, II, and III purposes at home for homework, which probably meant it was used for all of two hours total. I'm pretty sure that's generally the purpose of these things though, so I can't give it a bad review. 23 years ago when I took French and had the French to English dictionary, I'm pretty sure I did the same thing.
Anyway, it's a good dictionary for a....dictionary.
other than that, there are dog eared pages, which is fine, it would be used looking in a week if it was new anyways. As for the content, 5 stars :) I used a Langenscheidt while I studied in Europe, its a very handy, portable, clean and fine dictionary, extremely good buy for the price, dont pass it up! :)
The format and ease of looking up words is commendable. There are over 50,000 entries in this small book alone!
If, your interested in the German language then I would highly recommned you do as I did. Order both Joseph Rosenberg's "German" book and add Langenscheidt's dictionary along with it. You won't be sorry!