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Language questions


     Language Questions พร้อมคำอธิบายตามหมวดหมู่ข้างล่างนี้ นำมาจากลิงก์นี้ของดิก Oxford

     แต่ถ้าท่านรู้สึกว่ามันหนักเกินไป ไม่สนุก ผมขอแนะนำให้ท่านคลิกดูคลิปดังภาพขวามือนี้ ซึ่งอยู่ที่คอลัมน์ขวาของลิงก์

     ที่ขอแนะนำเป็นพิเศษก็คือที่ล่างสุด (ในวงรีสีเขียว) ท่านลองตอบคำถามสั้น ๆ วัดความรู้ด้านศัพท์ภาษาอังกฤษ ซึ่งเว็บจะ random ชุดใหม่มาให้เล่นทุกครั้งที่ refresh



Questions about dictionaries

Why are dictionaries in alphabetical order? Why are dictionaries even called dictionaries? This section answers some common dictionary questions.


Questions about symbols

What are the origins of @ and &? What do you call the dot above the letters i and j? Head this way with all your questions about symbols.



Random questions

Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable? Is a coconut actually a nut? Head this way to discover answers to those odd little questions you’ve had on your mind.



The English language

Is ‘y’ a vowel or a consonant? How many words are there in English? This is the place to seek out answers to all your questions about the English language.



Vocabulary questions

What rhymes with ‘orange’? Is ‘snuck’ a real word? How many is a ‘billion’? What’s the longest English word? We have answers to all your vocabulary questions.



The corpus and Oxford Dictionaries

Dictionaries are built using corpora – but what is a corpus, how is one built, and how do Oxford Dictionaries use them? Explore the world of the corpus.



Varieties of English

English is far more than one language. We look across the world and over time to explore many different varieties of English.



Word lists

Useful crossword answers, words which break common spelling rules, or unusual words to impress your friends: this page has the word lists you're looking for.



Word origins

What is the origin of ‘quiz’? Where did we get the term ‘flea market’? If you’ve ever asked similar questions, you’ll enjoy these word and phrase origins.



Word of the Day

Discover more about Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Day - a different word every day to learn, enjoy, or share.





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