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GOETHE TESTS in English Chinese French German Japanese Russian Spanish EXERCISES GOETHE-TESTS Arabic Bulgarian Chinese Croatian Czech Danish Dutch English Estonian Finnish French German Greek Hungarian Indonesian Italian Japanese Norwegian Polish Portuguese Russian Serbian Spanish Swedish Turkish To select the language encoding for a Web page: On the View menu, point to Encoding, point to More, and then click the appropriate language. If you are prompted to download language support components, click Download. Check your proficiency in a foreign language! EN Arabic Bulgarian Chinese Danish German English Estonian Finnish French Greek Indonesian Italian Japanese Croatian Dutch Norwegian Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian Swedish Serbian Slovak Slovenian Spanish Turkish Thai Czech Hungarian Ukrainian Georgian Macedonian Lithuanian Latvian Belarusian Bosnian Persian Hebrew Hindi Icelandic Albanian Vietnamese Goethe-Verlag

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One Minute Japanese One Minute Japanese provides an introduction to basic Japanese. With this course you will not become fluent, but you will acquire a range of useful expressions which you can use while on a trip to Japan. Your efforts are guaranteed to make a good impression on people you meet. The phrases included in this course have been specially chosen to help the learner make fast progress on the basics of Japanese, with each new episode building on previously-learned knowledge. Use the buttons above to access the free audio files in our lesson library, or buy the premium pack in our store. The table below provides further details about the features of the premium edition of One Minute Japanese.

Learn a Language | Free Online Language Learning A Base Vocabulary List for any language Your Base Vocabulary: The first ~625 words [Author's note: Behold, the new, improved list:] Check these out at the Word Lists page! Your Base Vocabulary: Your first 625 words This is a new, improved version of an older list of 400 words. I’ve culled this list from the General Service List and Wordfrequency.info - two well-made frequency lists for English. I’ve also begun a project to get this list professionally translated into a bunch of languages. How to use this list: Pronunciation (in general): Learn your pronunciation rules. The List(s) A quick note about order I’m providing this list in two formats: a thematic list and an alphabetical list. The thematic list is friendly: you’ll see lists of animals, types of clothing, professions, etc. Thematic lists are nice ways to organize words, but I’m going to suggest that you avoid them when you actually sit down to learn your words, and use an alphabetical list instead. Order is important. Your First 625 Words (in Thematic Order, with notes):

‘Learnt’ or ‘learned’? These are alternative forms of the past tense and past participle of the verb learn. Both are acceptable, but learned is often used in both British English and American English, while learnt is much more common in British English than in American English. We learned the news at about three o'clock.They learnt the train times by heart. There are a number of other verbs which follow the same pattern in forming the past tense and past participle: I burned/burnt the toast by mistake.He dreamed/dreamt about his holiday.Luke kneeled/knelt down to find his contact lens.Tanya spoiled/spoilt her dinner.She spelled/spelt her surname an unusual way. Leap, lean, spill, and others are also verbs of this type. Learned (but not learnt) is also an adjective, pronounced as two syllables (ˈlərn|əd) rather than the one syllable verb (ləːnt or ləːnd). She is a learned and respected teacher.I read the report in an extremely learned journal. Back to Usage. You may also be interested in: 'Elicit' or 'illicit'?

One Minute Greek One Minute Greek provides an introduction to basic Greek. With this course you will not become fluent, but you will acquire a range of useful expressions which you can use while on a trip to Greece or other Greek-speaking areas. Your efforts are guaranteed to make a good impression on people you meet. The phrases included in this course have been specially chosen to help the learner make fast progress on the basics of Greek, with each new episode building on previously-learned knowledge. By the way, the Greek phrase on the image above actually means “it’s Chinese to me” – that’s what you say in Greek! Use the buttons above to access the free audio files in our lesson library, or buy the premium pack in our store.

Anki - friendly, intelligent flashcards Manabi Anglais 10 expressions anglaises drôles, typiques et idiomatiques Aujourd’hui nous allons nous pencher sur 10 expressions anglaises drôles et typiques. Qui dit drôle, dit faciles à retenir donc vous n’aurez pas de mal à vous en rappeler et vous en resservir. C’est parti! 1) It’s raining cats and dogs. Celle-ci c’est un classique mais je vous la remets quand même car les rappels ne font jamais de mal. 2) When pigs fly. La meilleure traduction est “quand les poules auront des dents” autrement dit, jamais. Par exemple vous pourriez dire “I will eat snails when pigs fly”, je mangerai des escargots quand les poules auront des dents 3) Put your money where your mouth is. Ça peut paraitre alambiqué dit comme ça mais en fait c’est assez simple. Par exemple si vous n’arrêtez pas de dire que la planète est en danger, investissez dans des panneaux solaires. 4) To have a bee in one’s bonnet. Ça signifie être obsédé par quelque chose et ne pas arrêter d’en parler. 5) Pay through the nose. L’image est assez parlante. 6) Like a bat ouf of hell. 7) Beat a dead horse.

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