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Ljud- och bildordlista, Bildteman

Ljud- och bildordlista, Bildteman
Bildteman eller ljud- och bildordlista är en flerspråkig interaktiv ordlista som innehåller definitioner av 1800 vardagstermer. Alla termer går att lyssna på så man hör hur de ska uttalas. Bildteman startar med en startsida som är uppdelat i 31 olika huvudområden, som t. ex. människokroppen, fåglar och blommor. Varje huvudområde är i sin tur indelade i underområden. Du klickar på temanamnet för att komma till innehållet. Vill du återgå till startsidan klickar du på hus-symbolen i det övre högra hörnet på sidan. Bildteman utvecklas och växer hela tiden genom att nya språk läggs till kontinuerligt.

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