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Apprendre rapidement une langue (anglais, espagnol, italien, chinois...)

Apprendre rapidement une langue (anglais, espagnol, italien, chinois...)
Que va m'apporter ce site ? Un cours d'initiation complet et gratuit à une vingtaine de langues Vous souhaitez avoir un premier déclic dans une langue et si possible de manière ludique ? > vous trouverez de vraies phrases de la vie de tous les jours, et adaptées au voyage. > vous découvrirez des nuances propres à chaque langue. > vous mémoriserez les expressions plus facilement grâce aux illustrations. > vous vous entraînerez avec le "QUIZZ Express". Un pack mp3 et pdf à télécharger pour vous entraîner partout Où que vous soyez et dans toutes les situations vous parviendrez à : > avoir une bonne prononciation > trouver rapidement la bonne expression > réussir à mémoriser facilement les phrases > vous entraîner à la compréhension A qui s'adresse cette méthode de langues ? Que vous partiez à l'étranger pour quelques jours ou plusieurs semaines, un contact véritable avec les habitants n'est possible qu'avec un minimum de pratique de leur langue.

conscience phonologique Frequency Word Lists | Invoke IT Limited Go to skydrive download page I originally created the word lists while I was trying to improve the dictionaries I used for my windows phone app called Slydr. Of course there were commercial options – however I was quoted about £500 per language for a nice / cleaned wordlist.. Me of course being a cheap git.. decided to create my own. If you decide to use it, please let me know what you are using it for. Note: I used public / free subtitles to generate these and like most things, it will have errors. I would like to thank opensubtitles.org as their subtitles form the basis of the word lists. While the subtitles are free, donations do motivate further work. If you like to create you own word lists, here’s something to get you started. Format of the frequency lists: word1 number1 (number1 represents occurance of word1 across all files) word2 number2 (number2 represents occurance of word2 across all files) Like this: Like Loading...

Practice Your Pronunciation Anxiety-Free with EveryVoice Posted on 04. Dec, 2013 by Transparent Language in Company News, Language Learning, Product Announcements Speaking an unfamiliar language can be terrifying, but learners who avoid it never succeed at achieving proficiency. That’s why Transparent Language’s EveryVoice™ speech analysis technology relieves the tension by providing our users with a judgment-free environment in which to make otherwise life-endingly bad mistakes. So go ahead, stammer your way those foreign words until you get it right. Practice your pronunciation in private! Impress yourself with voice-enabled multiple choice! Teachers, let your students mangle your content! Works with any language! If we haven’t talked you down from the speaking-induced, proverbial ledge yet, try out EveryVoice for yourself here. Share this Post! About Transparent Language Transparent Language is a leading provider of best-practice language learning software for consumers, government agencies, educational institutions, and businesses.

Frequency lists Counting words and lemmas: The following frequency lists count distinct orthographic words, including inflected forms. For example, the verb "to be" is represented by the conjugations "is", "are", "were", etc. English[edit] TV and movie scripts[edit] Most common words in TV and movie scripts: Here are frequency lists comparable to the Gutenberg ones, but based on 29,213,800 words from TV and movie scripts and transcripts. Here's a fuller explanation of how the list was generated and its limitations: Wiktionary:Frequency lists/TV/2006/explanation. Here are the top hundred words (from tv scripts) in alphabetical order: Here they are in frequency order: From the 10,000th to the 40,000th : 40001-41284 (the dregs that were tied for the final place) That'll probably be it. Specific TV Series Dictionaries[edit] 5000 frequency dictionary based on all episodes of The Simpsons Project Gutenberg[edit] Most common words in project Gutenberg: Frequency lists as of 2006-04-16: Frequency lists as of 2005-10-10:

7 Ways to Develop Good Habits in Language Learning 7 Ways to Develop Good Habits in Language Learning Posted on 09. Sep, 2013 by Transparent Language in Language Learning, Trends “We are what we repeatedly do. We’ve all heard about the importance of good habits, right? My name is Sam, and I write a blog on language learning entitled lingholic. Why Do I Need To Develop Good Habits? Very simply speaking, developing habits is a great way of getting stuff done, of reaching your goals. How do we stave off this disappointment? How Can I Develop Good Language Learning Habits? Form goals: Knowing what you want to achieve is crucial to developing successful, good habits. Improve your self-control: You can train yourself to have better self-control and stop procrastinating. What techniques do you use to make habit building easier and smoother? Want more language learning tips and free resources? Share this Post! About Transparent Language

Les marque-pages de la lecture cursive voici un principe déjà vu sur le net du marque-page pour rendre compte d’une lecture. Je reprends ici ce concept pour mes 6°. deuxième version pour s’assurer que les élèves lisent jusqu’au bout

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