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    Default student friendly glossary

    i would like know the definition of a student friendly glossary. what are the differences between a glossary and a student friendly glossary

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    A student friendly glossary would be one written with students in mind, or designed for students to read, in my opinion.

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    It would be written in a style that was easy to read. I assume it would be targeted at language learners rather than native speakers, so would have to explain at greater length and with simpler language.

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