Longman Children’s Picture Dictionary

The Longman Children’s Picture Dictionary uses fun, child-centred scenes to illustrate 800 words, organized into 50 thematic units, complete with songs and chants. Themes from Animal Orchestra to Pirate Ship provide a clear context for learning new words

Longman Primary Dictionary

The Longman Primary Dictionary has been specifically written for primary school students in Africa. 

It has been carefully compiled to include vocabulary which students at this level will need and contains over 8,000 entries from many school school subjects including maths, geography and science.

The definitions are written using only those words which a student will know at this level, and many example sentences are included to show how words are used.

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English

The Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English (LDOCE) is brilliant both at capturing such relations between words and at presenting them to the learner in anattractive and instantly comprehensive way that makes them easily memorable. In this current edition, Collocation boxes present users with over 65, 000 common Collocations whilst the integrated Thesaurus explains the differences between 18,000 synonyms and closely related words.

Longman Active Study Dictionary

LASD has practical and comprehensive support for users, with 100,000 words, phrases and meanings, including the Academic Word List and 40,000 corpus-based examples. It’s integrated Thesaurus explains 6000 synonyms, antonyms and related words and 20,000 Collocations showing typical word combinations with clear definitions written using 2000 common words

The Longman Pocket English Dictionary

The Longman Pocket English Dictionary is the ideal handy dictionary for intermediate students of English. With over 16, 000 words and phrases, clear and easy definitions, thousands of examples showing real usage and 15 pages of colour pictures 

The New Method English Dictionary copy

The new edition retains the essential features of Michael West’s work and brings the text up to date in various ways. As before, it explains the words likely to be encountered in general reading within a vocabulary of 1,455 common words. A new pronunciation system replaces the earlier one; the new system uses that form of the international phonetic Alphabet which is now found in other Longman Dictionaries. A further new feature is a label for each headword showing which part of speech is being defined