My students used to find 'Mille et un points' by Neil Creighton, useful .
It's a compendium of French grammatical rules. You could then practise them in Kwiziq.
Hope this helps!
If you mean a bilingual anglo-French dictionary , I have always relied in book form on the Collins Robert French dictionary. People nowadays use online versions so you should be able to pick up a cheap second-hand one on various sites.
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