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Please, suggest me a link to a complete Learner's dictionary of both single-word and compound (phrasal) adverbs and prepositions and conjunctions, not including adverbs ending in -ly or other word categories, that is a link to some dictionary with examples of usage containing all such words and phrases as until after then, after that, as long as, besides, due to the fact that, prior to.
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Hi,

I don't thing there exists such thing as the one you describe.
However, here four three great online dictionaries for learners:

Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary
Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Each of them has plenty of examples, and you're more than likely to find also example sentences containing phrases like the ones you mention, plus some usage notes.
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If it doesn't exist I find it very, very, very strange because, in my opinion, knowing them all means knowing a language on one third. In addition, they are not at all great in number, perhaps a couple of thousands. Conversely, knowing them poorly certainly means not knowing a language, doesn't it?
Does a list exist at least?
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AnonymousIf it doesn't exist I find it very, very, very strange because, in my opinion, knowing them all means knowing a language on one third. In addition, they are not at all great in number, perhaps a couple of thousands.
AnonymousDoes a list exist at least?
Maybe it's just me, but I don't think a list (which, I assume, you'd learn by heart) would help. Paying attention to the way those words and phrases are used in context is, in my opinion, much, much more helpful. Read lots of books, articles and magazines; watch movies and TV programmes and you'll end up knowing not only all of them, but also how they should be used.

That said, maybe somebody else has some information about the list you're looking for.
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Even if someone might think of me being a kind of paranoid, still I find absence of such a dictionary astoundingly strange! I understand clearly that reading plenty of literature is good for you as well as for many other people. However, generally speaking, people are different. I, for one, being a disabled, cannot afford that. Tanit, I want to be understood correctly - abusing is not my purpose, I'm telling you. But don't you agree on that not having made up such a dictionary across the whole web is at the least quite a bit bizarre?