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1000 Most Common French Words - Top French vocabulary

1000 Most Common French Words - Top French vocabulary
Written by Administrator Friday, 19 February 2010 10:29 When starting to learn French, it is always a good idea to memorize the most common words first. This will enable you to understand many more situations than if you were leaning your French vocabulary from random sources. Here's the list of most common French words along with their English translation. Note that some words in the list perform a similar function and can be grouped into a single entry with a higher combined rank. de and d' -- translated as of, from, by, than, in, with. Most Used French words 1-50 We are aware of French lists that rank 'de' as the most frequently occurring word. The frequency list is based on original work of Boris New, Christophe Pallier, 2001 L'équipe de Lexique. If you are also learning Russian, get and app to learn Russian Words on iPhone, iPod, iPad and Android. Index of most common French words

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