Language-related links on the Internet are endless.
Below is a minute sampling of useful sites.
You are encouraged to add your own favorite websites by writing to our webmaster.
English Monolingual Dictionaries
https://ahdictionary.com (American Heritage Dictionary)
Reference Sites that List More Dictionaries
www.angelfire.com/ga2/transcription/translinks.html (medical resources)
www.onelook.com/ (OneLook dictionary search)
See archived copies of the ATA Chronicle for an excellent series of articles containing a very large selection of glossaries on a host of topics: 6/06, 8/06, 9/06. 2/07, 3/07, 6/07, 7/07, and 9/07.
• CAT tools
anaphraseus.sourceforge.net/ (open-source, for translation memory)
www.nuance.com/naturallyspeaking/ (Dragon Naturally Speaking)
www.nuance.com/pdfconverter/standard/ (PDF Converter)
www.efax.com/en/efax/twa/efaxPlus (for faxing)
www.practiline.com/features.htm (for text counting and invoicing)
www.practicliine.com (for word count and line count)
www.internationalwriters.com/toolkit and www.internationalwriters.com/toolbox (Jost Zetsche’s technology tool biweekly newsletter and computer primer for translators)
www.openoffice.org/ (complete, open-source office software suite)
www.linguee.com (searches in different languages)
www.proz.com/?sp=ksearch#glosspost (search for specific terms by language)
www.wordreference.com/ (search for specific terms by language)
(Termium term search in English, French, Spanish)
www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/home.html (Chicago Manual of Style Online)
www.natcorp.ox.ac.uk (British National Corpus, a 100-million word collection of samples or written and spoken language from a wide range of sources)