neofight78 wrote:Oh, Arnaud, you've blown a hole in my Anglo-centric word! It's possible to install a French-Russian dictionary for the kindle, and I would have thought that it would be possible for a Kobo as well. As for the quality of such dictionaries I'm not qualified to say. Have you found any worthwhile French-Russian dictionaries online at all? Can it really be that an old school paper dictionary is the only way to go?
For Kobo, there are no official russian dictionaries: some people have created little dictionaries from stardict online dictionaries, but it's not working well and the dictionaries are so little that they are useless for intermediate students like me.
Is there a way to see the kindle dictionaries somewhere before buying them ? Is there a "kindle market" ? Does the dictionary recognise declined forms of nouns ? Sorry for my ignorance...
I use an old edition of that paper dictionary, it's the most "complete" on the french market (77000 words, 200000 expressions). Afaik, there is no electronic version of it. Still, I often need to use my smartphone and search online for a lot words...complete, but not complete enough