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Resources include library materials, featuring books, ebooks, journals, and/or media in your elective that are listed in the Library Catalog; and Web resources, featuring recommended Web resources selected and annotated by NEIT's Reference Librarians.
These resources are intended to be a starting point only and are not a comprehensive guide to all the resources available. Always be sure to Ask a Librarian.
Library materials on the Spanish Language can be found in the Library under the classifications PC4073 through PC4977. Within this call number range, Spanish-English/English- Spanish dictionaries can be found in both the Reference collection and in the Circulating Collection under PC4640 (listed in the Library Catalog under the subject heading, Spanish language--Dictionaries--English).
For more titles, search the Library Catalog using the subject terms listed above in bold.
♦ English-Spanish, Spanish-English medical dictionary = Diccionario médico inglés-español, español-inglés / Glenn T. Rogers. 4th ed.
Ref. R121 .R626 2014 [4/15]
♦ Larousse diccionario compact : español-inglés, inglés-español = Larousse concise dictionary Spanish-English, English-Spanish dictionary
PC4640 .L38 2004
One of several Spanish-English, English-Spanish dictionaries shelved in the General Circulating Collection that can be borrowed. [1/14]
♦ The University of Chicago Spanish-English dictionary
PC4640 .U5 2012 [1/15]
♦ World Book enciclopedia estudiantil hallazgos [electronic resource].
[World Book student discovery encyclopedia in Spanish.]
A general elementary encyclopedia in Spanish and English with brief illustrated articles covering an alphabetical array of topics. [1/14]
♦ Workplace Spanish. Health care / Workplace Spanish, Inc.
PC4120.M3 W67 2009
Contains easy to learn job-related and conversational expressions. [1/15]
Listed are selected media titles pertinent to your elective:
♦ Pobre Ana [videorecording] / presented by Rollerloon Productions.
Media (DVD) PC4115 .R29 2002
Dramatizations of the four first-year Spanish novels by Lisa Ray Turner and Blaine Ray. The class-project quality low-budget movies include cultural and geographic references with stories set in Mexico, Guatemala, Chile and the Yucatan. Entire text read aloud by native speakers with space to repeat out loud after every sentence. [6/16]
Listed are selected web resources pertinent to your elective:
♦ Collins Spanish Dictionary
English to Spanish and Spanish to English Dictionary, Translator where one can enter text to be translatedfrom English to Spanish and Spanish to English and Words & Languages where one can find Spanish verb tables, pronunciation guide,and Spanish expressions. [1/14]
♦ Spanish Central from Merriam-Webster
Learn to speak Spanish with Spanish Central from Merriam-Webster, a renowned publisher of reference books. English to Spanish translator, flashcards, and translations of Spanish words, phrases, & common uses. [1/14]
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