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La rentrée scolaire : quelques activités pour les cours de FLE ToTo à l'école - Top 10 meilleures blagues ( Playlist de vidéos ) C ) Écouter et commenter une chanson Grand Corps Malade " L'éducation nationale " ( Clip , paroles , petit questionnaire ) D ) Regarder une infographie sur l'importance de l'aménagement d'une salle classe et exprimer son opinion Infographie "La salle de classe idéale" Pour vous aider fiche " Exprimer son opinion / Se mettre d'accord en français" E ) Bande dessinée francophone1. C’est la rentrée des classes et, dans la cour de récréation, c’est au tour de Titeuf de raconter ce qu’il a fait en vacances. Dès qu’il annonce qu’il a été en colo, silence admiratif, et Titeuf de narrer ses vacances, en mentant à en avoir un nez de mille kilomètres de long. C’était soi-disant sur une plage idyllique alors que la mer était grise, que Max, le mono, était sympa et jaloux de son succès avec les filles, alors que ce dernier passait son temps à lui hurler dessus en le menaçant de lui couper sa mèche. 2. Ouvrez le lien Qui n’a jamais copié ?

Wells: Orthographic diacritics Dept. of Phonetics and Linguistics, University College London Article published in Language Problems and Language Planning, 24.3 (2001). Summary. Diacritics— marks above, through, or below letters — are used in many orthographies to remedy the shortcomings of the ordinary Latin alphabet. The author catalogues the various diacritics that are in use for spelling different languages, describing what they look like and what they are used for. He also analyses the problems of using accented letters in a multilingual computing environment, and discusses the extent to which these problems have been resolved, with particular reference to Unicode. This document uses Unicode to encode characters that include diacritics. Internet Explorer 6 users, set your browser to View | Encoding | Auto-select; Netscape 6 users, to View | Character coding | Auto-detect. You may also find it helpful to use View | Text Size (or equivalent) to enlarge the text where necessary and make it easier to read. 1. 2. 3. 4.

What do I need to learn Old Irish? I’m posting this FAQ, not because I’m an expert teacher (I’ve never taught Old Irish), but because I’m an expert learner, in that I have made most of the mistakes students can make in learning a language. I took Old Irish twice, from two very different teachers, using two different syllabi. I was fortunate to have excellent teachers, and my comments are based on their classes, and my own trials and errors. I assume that you are primarily interested in learning Old Irish in order to read the medieval texts, and that you already have an understanding of English grammar, including conjugations, declensions, subjects, objects, and indirect objects. There’s a book list at the end of this page listing all the books mentioned here. They are all available from Books for Scholars. Old Irish: Getting Started I was lucky enough to start learning Old Irish in a small class. My Preferred Method for Translating Additional Learning Aids Book List Cross, Tom Peete and Clark Harris Slover. Gantz, Jeffrey.

Exercices de français The Language Construction Kit Non-linguists will often start with the alphabet and add a few apostrophes and diacritical marks. The results are likely to be something that looks too much like English, has many more sounds than necessary, and which even the author doesn’t know how to pronounce. You’ll get better results the more you know about phonetics (the study of the possible sounds of language) and phonology (how sounds are actually used in language). If you read just one book on linguistics... besides mine, I mean... make it J.C. Don’t get too alarmed by the technical terms below. Real linguists and their notation Language textbooks often describe sounds by comparison with English, offering recipes for producing unusual sounds. I won’t rely heavily on the IPA here, as it’s kind of baffling till you’ve learned something about phonology. Types of consonants Consonants are formed by obstructing the flow of air from the lungs. Place of articulation Place of articulation describes where the obstruction occurs. Rhotics

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VOCABULAIRE ET JEUX Fri, 30 Aug 2019 BIENVENUE CHEZ MOddou FLE ! Tetris des « jeunes nomades » Lien jeu histoire CM2D : clique iciLien exercice histoire CM2D : clique iciLien mots croisés CM2D : clique ici Facebook Twitter Tweets de @moddou Articles récents Commentaires récents Catégories Rechercher Partenaire MOddou FLE © 2019 © MOddou FLE Accent Marks & Special Characters in Spanish - Spanish411 Read Spanish for any length of time and you'll notice that many words include accent marks. These are not different or unique letters but rather visual cues letting us know how to pronounce a word (and they're sometimes used to distinguish one word from another spelled the same way). Before you start complaining that accent marks make Spanish needlessly complicated, remember that the vast majority of the time, you know exactly how to pronounce a word just by looking at it. The same cannot be said of English which doesn't give the reader any clues about pronunciation (consider the words "content" or "defense," -- they are pronouced in different ways based on the context). The rules regarding accent marks are fairly simple: First of all, only a vowel can be accented: á, é, í, ó, ú (y is not considered a vowel for the purposes of accents). Secondly, a word does not necessarily need an accent mark, and a word may never have more than one accent. When to Use Accent Marks elephant dar → darlo

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