Mini-Dictionaries

Langauge plays a serious role in communication. It is true that art can be use to express feelings and ideas, managing to surpass the barriers created by words. However, not all of us are talented musicians or painters and therefore we need language to communicate, The members of the project team agreed that in order to overcome national stereotypes it is important to learn the basics of the languages spoken in the project countries. To achieve our objectives we designed mini-dictionaries, which are easy to use and understand. 

Click on Mini_Dictionary_Final_Version to download the result of our collaborative work.

Here are some slides taken from our Multi-Lingual Dictionary:

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MiniDictionary2

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If you are interested only in the English-Romanian Dictionary, please have a look at the following pictures.

Shs1  SSh2Ssh4     Ssh5Ssh6     Ssh8Ssh10     Ssh11Ssh12     Ssh13Ssh14      Ssh15

If you are interested only in the English-Portuguese dictionary, please have a look at the following pictures.

Ssh1     Ssh2

Ssh2      Ssh3

Ssh4       Ssh5

Ssh6       Ssh7

Ssh8      Ssh9

Ssh10     Ssh11

Ssh12     Ssh13

If you are interested only in the English-Turkish dictionary, please have a look at the following pictures.

Ssh1    Ssh2

Ssh3    Ssh4

Ssh5     Ssh6

Ssh7  Ssh8

Ssh9  Ssh10

Ssh11    Ssh12

If you are interested only in the English-Lithuanian dictionary, please have a look at the following pictures.

LS1   LS2

LS3   LS4

 LS5   LS6

LS7   LS8

LS9   LS10

LS11   LS12

LS13  LS14