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When I need refer to an English dictionary, I'm often using Oxford Dictionaries( http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/ ) and Cambridge Dictionaries Online( http://dictionary.cambridge.org/ ). I use them mainly in order to distinguish synonyms. But sometimes their illustrative sentences are too abstract and incomprehensive for me. I know I still don't understand some concepts in English which are unfamiliar in Japanese, but at the same time, I suspect that those sites have only insufficient contents for their free usage on the Internet. Is the quality of those sites' contents good for English learners like me?

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When I need refer to an English dictionary, I'm often using Oxford Dictionaries( http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/ ) and Cambridge Dictionaries Online( http://dictionary.cambridge.org/ ). I use them mainly in order to distinguish synonyms. But sometimes their illustrative sentences are too abstract and incomprehensive for me. I know I still don't understand some concepts in English which are unfamiliar in Japanese, but at the same time, I suspect that those sites have only insufficient contents for their free usage on the Internet. Is the quality of those sites' contents good for English learners like me?
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