The Caribbean Multilingual Dictionary, written in English, French, and Spanish, with French Creole included, is intended to provide a reliable and authentic standard reference in the areas of flora, fauna and foods. The dictionary, which includes 2,500 entries in English, with 8,000 to10,000 equivalents in French and Spanish, will be of significant benefit to the entire region, especially to the education, tourist, agricultural and commercial sectors and will promote the linguistic and cultural integration of the territories of the Caribbean with those of Latin America.
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Jeannette Allsopp is currently the Director of the Caribbean Multilingual Lexicography Project at the University of the West Indies Cave Hill Campus in Barbados. She is a multilingual lexicographer, language teacher, teacher trainer and researcher of nearly forty years’ experience, having lectured for years at the University of Guyana, and at colleges in the United States. The author has also trained foreign language teachers in Barbados and the Caribbean and has nearly forty publications to her credit in the fields of foreign language teaching and research as well as lexicography.
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