By Mark Davies, Dee Gardner
A Frequency Dictionary of latest American English: note sketches, collocates, and thematic listsis a useful device for all freshmen of yankee English, offering an inventory of the 5,000 most often used phrases within the language.
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A Frequency Dictionary of Contemporary American English: Word Sketches, Collocates and Thematic Lists by Mark Davies, Dee Gardner