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French Sentences

2.24MB. 516 audio & 0 images. Updated 2022-04-29.
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This is a collection of French sentences, sorted from easiest (most simple) to hardest (most complex). This deck begins with very simple sentences, and slowly gets harder as you progress. You can download this deck in the form of a PDF file. -=-=-=-=-=- — Why study sentences? Memorizing the meaning of individual words... is pretty much pointless. If you want actual fluency, you need to see a word in as many example sentences as possible. That makes the language start to flow in your head. That shows you how to use the word. How it is combined with the other words. And many other things. We think that effort always converts into fluency. This is not true. If you memorize the meaning of individual words you won't get fluent and you will spend a ton of effort. But studying sentences is the real deal. Is the method of learning that actually converts effort to fluency. Get some basic grammar, some basic vocabulary, then just dive into sentences and more sentences until you're fluent. -=-=-=-=-=- https://frequencylists.blogspot.com.br/ -=-=-=-=-=- Part 1 ➔ [this deck] Part 2 ➔ https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/1045190617 Part 3 ➔ https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/2089311163

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Cards are customizable! When this deck is imported into the desktop program, cards will appear as the deck author has made them. If you'd like to customize what appears on the front and back of a card, you can do so by clicking the Edit button, and then clicking the Cards button.
Sentence Lève-toi. Relève-toi. Levez-vous.
Sentence (English) Get up.
Sentence (Search Field) Lève-toi. / Relève-toi. / Levez-vous.
Language Code fr
Language French
Sentence Mais c'est vrai.
Sentence (English) But it is true.
Sentence (Search Field) Mais c'est vrai.
Language Code fr
Language French
Sentence Mais plus maintenant.
Sentence (English) But not anymore.
Sentence (Search Field) Mais plus maintenant.
Language Code fr
Language French

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Perfect for my basic french!
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Very helpful deck. Numerous cards having the same prompt in English and the lack of sound are weaknesses, but they can be fixed so the card is still very useful.
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Me gusta el idioma
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Great deck
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Thank you! You are amazing!
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Amazing collection of French sentences.

It would have taken me years to mine this large and well ordered collection of sentences in part 1, 2 and 3. Thank you very much.

To those reading this review, ...

- Trust me, I tested many decks and this is the best deck of French in Anki, since it starts with 2-word sentences, so it's the perfect material for beginners; are easy-to-learn sentences as they require less mental effort than long sentences. The deck becomes more complex as you progress. Also, its sentences are taken from movie subtitles (i.e. are sentences actually used in everyday life; it's not boring academic or book sentences).

- Download the HyperTTS add-on and use Azure (natural and like-human voices) to improve listening comprehension and the language acquisition. No audio = no language learning.

- The translations are usually right, but even if they aren't right, the most important thing are the sentences; the translation is just to give an overall meaning of the sentence. You can use DeepL Translator to check the translation and edit the card. Don't give thumbs down because of translations. As I said, the most important are the sentences.

Good luck.
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Hi there. I've downloaded all three decks like a month ago and I'm currently learning them, but I'm still stuck in the first deck which has 3000 cards and I'm wondering how I am supposed to learn all three decks which they have, all combined, 190'000 cards.
Could you, Neri or someone who finished the decks, give me any advices on how to learn the decks, how many cards is should learn a day and whether I should only learn the Reading Training or Speaking Training cards.
Thanks in advance :)
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J'aime ça
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I really liked
good for beginners and advanced beginners
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love it.
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It is very good, the difficulty level is very well made and you can easily learn with this, great job!
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The decks that you share are simply amazing! Thank you for all your work
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Good for beginners
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For English speakers, the translation of the French is in English.
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All this data must have taken ages to compile and it's done in a great format and quite accurately based on my previous times in Paris. Thank you!
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Very useful
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I appreciate the deck author doing the work to put this together, but I think there are a lot of incorrect phrases or translations. I'm only about 40 or 50 sentences in and have found several incorrect translations (according to native french speaker family member).
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Atualização: Após terminar o primeiro deck de leitura, contendo quinhentos flashcards com duas palavras, fui assistir a um filme da Disney, com dublagem e legendas CC em francês, que havia assistido várias vezes e consegui entender cerca 70-75%.

Realmente, esse deck está MUITO bem feito.

Penso que começar com esse material e mergulhar em imersão é a chave para a fluência... fico impressionado em seu altruísmo em disponibilizar tal conteúdo de graça.

Efetivamente, seus decks têm o melhor modelo, pois, segundo o Matt vs Japan, do Refold, começar com palavras é interessante num primeiro momento e depois mudar para sentenças. Você inovou ao começar com duas palavras, em contexto, de modo que uniu de forma perfeita o que ele disse. Você é um gênio. Novamente, obrigado.

Só tenho uma dúvida...Eu deletei o baralho de prática de fala, pois acredito que output não é interessante no começo, enfim. Só gostaria de saber quantas palavras únicas há no total das três partes dos decks de leitura, se puder me falar, por gentileza. Antes, os baralhos diziam ter as cinco mil palavras mais usadas... quantas palavras únicas essa nova versão tem? Obrigado.
Comment from author
O corpo de sentenças do deck de fala, é o mesmo corpo de sentenças do deck de leitura.

A diferença é que as primeiras 1000 cartas de cada subdeck de leitura, são ordenadas de um modo tal, para começarem com vocábulario o mais simples possível.
Depois destas 1000, as sentenças estão na mesma ordem do deck de fala.

Não sei quantas palavras têm nesta nova versão, mas se uma carta não tem palavras novas para você, você pode simplesmente deletá-la e ir para a próxima.

Mas o mais correto é fazer algo tipo assim: se uma frase possui uma estrutura de palavras com que você _não_ está familiarizado, aí só nesta situação você mantém a carta. Por exemplo, "je le sais" é uma estrutura parecida com nosso idioma, é uma estrutura familar ("eu o sei"), então é melhor deletá-la.
Agora, "il n'en a rien" é uma estrutura de palavras bem diferente de nosso idioma, aí é este tipo de carta que é bom de se manter no deck.
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It's quite good for beginners
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Well constructed
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Good Audio
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Nice deck. A lot of sentences and very comprehensible.

For those complaining about mistakes. It doesn't matter if there are a few mistakes here and there.
You can only acquire a language by comprehensible input (check out Stephen Krashen), not by doing Anki. This is just to build a foundation to make input more comprehensible.

In summary, you will only acquire French by spending thousands of hours on books, podcasts, games, Netflix, and Youtube consuming french stuff, or living in a French speaking country. This is just a supplement to make the processs faster.
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Large, and nice, but the two word sentences are very boring. Unlike other commenters, I want *more* idiomatic phrases. I like the 6/7 word phrases, and the idiomatic ones. The deepL translations seem better than the google translate ones; what did you use when making the deck?
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Hi this seems like quite a good deck so far - will there be any more parts to this as it seems parts 2 and 3 have been removed?
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a very helpful collection
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Good information
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Awesome deck!
Since i had the feeling that just listening to it was too easy/passive learning, I changed the notetype to "Basic (typing)". I just started studying that way, but i can imagine that this method is a good way to really check if you got the grammar and spelling right.

Thank you so much for providing this deck! :)))))
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Muito bom
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I consulted my french friend for her opinion on some sentences.
It turns out may not be a good idea for a beginner like me to memorize these sentences and try to apply them in real-life conversation.
Some sentences are quite confusing or ambiguous. E.g. Ça va être juste. T'es une bonne fille (which actually means sexy).
Some others are not natural. E.g. Tu avais bon après tout. Quoi de nouveau?
Comment from author
I agree that there is room for improvement, and I have ideas to make this deck much better... but the next version of this deck will have to wait a bit, because my current to-do list is quite big.

In the meantime, I think you'll like this deck:
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So a good thing
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I am going to use it
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Comment from author
Could you tell in what way do you think there are errors?
Do you think the French sentences are wrong, or do you think the translations are wrong?
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One of the best French decks out there. Mad respect to the creator.
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Thanks a lot!
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I'm grateful!
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Great job, thank you very much! I really appreciate the work that you have put into this. I've used it for a couple of days now and the expressions seem mostly accurate.
A small caveat is that the English prompts are missing the gender, but that's just the nature of how the deck was made and you can easily edit the cards as you go, so you don't have to guess.

One question though:
This deck has a field called "sentence cloze", however there are no cloze prompts showing up when I study. It would definitely make sense to start with the "clozed" section before going to the full sentences. Is this because Anki doesn't allow you to have other cards beside a cloze card? There are two sub-decks in here, one for prompting French translation and vice-versa. As long as I'm not missing something, I'd just go ahead and add a third sub-deck that's exclusively for clozed sentences. Or AM I missing something?
Comment from author
My original intention was to make this a cloze deck, but I figured that the alternative (what it is right now) is way better than cloze. This is why the deck has a cloze field that isn't used.

Of course, you can make a cloze deck if you feel like it, just make a third deck and edit the Card template.
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Très facile.
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Fantastic set! My French progressed immensely and I just started few months back.
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It's good but it would be better if it actually gave you 16000 sentences like it says instead of 10000 speaking and listening exercises. It looks nothing like part 2 or 3
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Thank a lot!
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the most useful deck for french beginners!
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Its helpful!
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I have just started with this deck recently and, even as an intermediate learner, have noticed visible results. Thank you so much for the effort you have put in this, it's fantastic! Do you have any plans on making the 2nd and 3rd part in the same style part 1 is in right now?
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It looks like a great deck, I just had a question: will the reviewing always be French -> English or does it change after a while to start with English sentences to French? Thanks!
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You are a cultural hero! This is excellent.
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Man, you've done a fine job. Simply excelent!
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Excellent deck! Got through it with almost every card triggered as mature, and saw how my French comprehension has improved immensely since I began. Alongside my own personal Anki decks, your deck has been an invaluable resource. I have just downloaded 2/3, can't wait to learn more! You're amazing for putting this out there for free.
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Thank you so much!!
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Excellent, I would like to know if it's possible to get the excel version for version [2/3] and [3/3], thanks to the creator.
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Aprecciate your effort mate!
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I like that
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This looks great!

However I haven't yet understood the difference between Stacks 1, 2 and 3, other than them being differing in the amount of cards and audio files.
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Very useful
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very good and helpful.
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Amagine!Thanks a lot! It is so powerfull and helpful~
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Good :D
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Thank you for putting together this deck. The audio is tremendously helpful.

There are some mistakes I think - e.g. "Tu es encore jeune" is listed as "You're still green" but it should be "You're still young".
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very good
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very helpful
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Super thorough and clear. Best way to learn through flashcards.
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this man is a legend
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This is good
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Really well-made.
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Looks like a great deck! Thanks for all the hard work.

Can someone tell me what the beginning card should be (or one of them)? Mine starts off with "Tout est dans les temps". Not a terribly complicated sentence, but doesn't feel "easiest" either. One of the next sentences is "Ça y est". This one certainly doesn't feel like an "easy" sentence.

Am I starting at the right place, or do I have some setting wrong somewhere?
Comment from author
Start with the deck called "5000 most frequently used French words", here:


After studying the first 100 cards of that deck, you should be ready for the first sentences of this deck.
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First of all thank you for the stuff you upload it really helps a lot! However, is there a way to change the audio of this deck to the "newer" voice that is in version [2/3] and [3/3]? This one's sound quality is pretty bad, which makes it pretty hard to listen to it..
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thanks for the cards
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I life it!
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Is a frequency list? I can't tell if it's just 16,000 random sentences, or it starts from the most frequent to less frequent words.
Comment from author
1. The sentences start with the most basic words (the most frequently used French words)

2. Slowly, new words are introduced (and the new words are introduced — by order of frequency).

I hope that answered your question.
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the only thing that makes me feel weird is that many of the short sentences express things I would never-ever say in a conversation, like "everything is better without you" in order to learn "mieux". I would not want to anki-train such a sentence. But I can delete those or replace them. The rest is very useful, thanks!
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Thank you a lot for the amazing job! I can't stop studying it!
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Love it 😁
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Tks. That is good.
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I was looking for a list of sentences to translate into French, and I came upon your anki deck. I basically saved all of the sentences into a pdf file. I really appreciate the hard work that you put into this!!!
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A for effort... and everything else.
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Thank you so much! You are amazing and I owe you my lifeeeee
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great deck, very useful sentences
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very useful, thank you
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Comment from author before post was edited
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Thank you so much. I can now get stuck into them.
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I'm a native french speaker and I'm looking for decks for a friend. I've read quite a few reviews saying that some sentences are wrong or "unnatural". They're wrong. Of course, some sentences are more common than others, but for instance "comment va votre travail" instead of "comment ça se passe au travail" is perfectly correct and more formal. Trust me, in french, if you have a doubt, it's better to be too formal than not enough formal! Another example I've read is "Il a à faire" to say "he's busy" ; it is correct, it means "he has things to do" and not exactly "he's busy" but the meaning is the same and you'll be very well understood! You can trust this deck.
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Hey. Great deck! Thanks a lot! I'm a bit confused though. The title says 16k sentences and [1/3], but this deck has only 1k. Furthermore, the other two decks ([2/3] https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/1416412430 and [3/3] https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/1199783350) have 6001 each, which doesn't amount to 16k. Besides, their note type is different from the note type of this one, which is much better, by the way. This is not a complaint, of course, I'm just trying to wrap my head about it: are those two the other 2 decks from this 3-deck "kit"? Thanks a lot and keep up with the awesome job!
Comment from author
Part 1 was just like Parts 2 & 3.

Then I decided to update Part 1 to something better (what it is right now) — to see if people would like it.
I also reduced the number of cards in Part 1 from 4000 to 1000 so it looks less intimidating for beginners.

I plan to make some more improvements on Part 1 of this deck, and then eventually will update Part 2 & 3 to make them like Part 1.

Those same things that I said apply to the decks that I made for German/Russian/Spanish learners, etc.
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It's helpful
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will not download onto my account. 2 and 3 have downloaded fine.
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Some translations are wrong. For example, "Elle me dit quelque chose." is translated into "She looks familiar."
Sorry for my mistakes.
Comment from author
This is known as a "phrasal verb" or "idiomatic expression".

Check the following link: https://en.wiktionary.org/w/index.php?title=Appendix:French_idioms
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Hello Neri!
I'm an admirer of your lists of "sentences sorted from easiest to hardest". You've done an amazing job! They helped me a lot at studying the languages that I need. I think your decks are one of the best tools for learning languages ever! Thank you really much, I deeply appreciate your efforts! Will you be able to create such a deck for Uyghur? I am ready to pay you a reasonable sum of money for this job. You see, there are very few resources for learning Uyghur, and this is quite a big language (about 10 million speakers in China and Central Asia). Please help the community of Uyghur-learners, we really need it! Thank you beforehand! My email address is shamil153@gmail.com.
Respectfully yours, Shamil Khayrutdinov.
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Amazing tool, thank you so very much for the amount of time you must have spent on this!
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It's ok but there are lots of errors. For example: "He is busy"- it's more natural to say "il est occupé"- but they've put "il a à faire"????? very bad
Comment from author
"il a à faire" is an idiomatic expression that means "he is busy".

"il est occupé" is a literal, non-idiomatic translation of "he is busy".

However, I updated this deck to remove idiomatic expressions.

PS — If you don't know what are "idiomatic expressions", check the following link:
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tres utiles
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An unparalleled resource. Thank you!
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Awesome :) do you have anything to help learn IPA? Surely will be beneficial for learning my french.
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Thank you so much! Vielen lieben Dank!! Merci beaucoup!!! :)
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Very useful. There was a similar deck by the same author which had sentences spoken in American English. Can you please help me find it? It was of great use to me but I lost it. I remember it was just two decks. Thank you in advance.
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There is no translation of bold part
Comment from author
Have you seem the dictionary links that come in each card? It includes a dictionary link to the bold part.
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آموزنده و هوشمندانه
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I like it
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One of the few decks on Anki with clear and useful audio. If you want to study from spoken French, this is a great asset.
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Very Good.
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French here, and about that "Comment va votre travail ?" sentence, I'll have to (kind of) agree with the comment on the bad review (but not on the thumb down) : that sentence may be grammaticaly correct but it sounds weird. "Comment ça se passe au travail ?" sounds better.
The "Comment va..." is used more with people.
There are other sentences with a similar problem :
"Il est venu en voiture à la place de venir en train." Again, grammaticaly correct, but "...au lieu de venir en train." seems more natural.
"Il y a longtemps que j'ai écrit quoi que ce soit." sounds really weird and instead : "Il y a longtemps que je n'ai rien écrit." sounds better.

Now, I still rated it up because that's just a few sentences among hundreds correct ones, and depending on regions and countries, what I said might even be wrong ('régionalismes' are a thing after all).
Comment from author
I updated the deck to use a more informal, more natural-sounding list of sentences.

Could you check it?
You can view the full contents of the deck here:
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Wonderful !! Bravo !!
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After 10 Days of learning I tried to implement some of these into a conversation with a french aquaintance. Not only did she tell me, that some of the expressions were never used this way in French, but even some of the grammar was wrong. I counterchecked this against linguee.fr and dict.cc and finally against translate.google.com. Some of the sentences are just word for word translations of the english sentence. Example: "Comment va votre travail?" is NOT used for asking, "How goes your job?" It's "Comment s'est passée votre travail?" (This also very formal, for a friend you would use ton instead of votre).
Comment from author
I updated the deck to use a more informal, more natural-sounding list of sentences.

Could you check it?
You can view the full contents of the deck here:
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You get everything you need, the sentence spoken, the translation and thats verbal and written for both, its awesome!
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Thank you! Very good work!
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Very useful resource for those who are prepared for it at whatever level.
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synthetic audio
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Je peux écouter la phrase en français, mais quand la traduction anglaise arrive, il n'y a aucun son. Comment corriger cela ?
I can listen to the sentence in French, but when the English translation arrives, there is no sound. How to correct this?
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bad audio
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Clipped audio

For me, the audio clips all cut out a split second too early, leaving out the final word or two, which makes this essentially impossible to use.
Is this happening for anyone else?
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Thank you

It's great to be able to work on pronunciation, listening skills and comprehension in one easy to use app.
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This deck is great for sentence mining!
And for the people complaining about only audio being on the front, here's how you change it:

Go to Browse
Click on the deck on the side
Click 'Fields...' (IGNORE if you don't want to delete the frequency ranks like I did.)
Click 'Cards...'
Act like you are going to copy and paste '{{sentence}}' (It shows up on the back part of the card) but instead cut it and paste it on the front of the card.

Then, click 'More' and go to Deck Override, click the deck you are in currently and then leave the page! You're done! :)
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it's merveilleur!

du toute façon, i think it's helpful beacoup. but regarding the quantity of the vacabulaire, that would be less than solide 5000 words. parceque i notice that a conjugason of a verb would be counted as an independant mot.
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Great and much appreciated...

This looks to be so awesome. However, unless it's user error on my part, the Average Frequency Rank Number is missing from the vast majority of the cards. Consequently, sorting by ease of sentence is kind of messed up. I'm a beginner and my first sentence was a doozy...

La porte était verrouillée et nous ne pouvions pas rentrer.

UPDATE January 2, 2017:
The new deck is awesome and usable as it seems the default order of the cards is from easy to difficult. The data columns seem to be 1) front 2) sentence 3) translation and 4) freq ranks. The latter is the array of the freq ranks of all words in the sentence. The Average frequency for the whole sentence is still missing. But since the cards seemed to be ordered by easy to difficult, this is much more useful. THANKS VERY MUCH.
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Great but having problems with sound files

I really love this deck but I couldn't find any way to make the most sound files work. I have a Windows Phone Lumia 950 and I imported the deck with the app import function. The cards and everything appear just fine but the sound files don't work. I imported other apkg files they work fine but unfortunately not this one. Has anybody had the same problem?
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This deck can be customised

I had trouble following the customising instructions below. This is what worked for me:

1. Tools -> Manage Note Types
2. Select: Basic-4c643 [10649 notes]
3. Click the Cards button on the right
4. In the box called "Front Template" under {{Front}} add {{sentence}}
5. In the box called "Back Template" delete {{sentence}}
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You can change it

If you want to read the French as well as hear it you need to go into Edit -> Cards (at the top) and put this into the first box under {{Front}}:


That should give you what you want.

I don't think it was made wrong: just customise it.
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Not customizable

Would it be possible to place the english sentence and the french sentence into different fields so that it would be possible to rearrange the order (like it is for example in your dutch deck)? For me language learning is way more effective in the following way: Seeing the english sentence - thinking about the french sentence - seeing the french sentence and listen to it - trying to pronounce it correctly.
Anyway, thanks for your hard work! I would love to learn more about the programs with which you do it!
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Master Windu, You Have Fought Valiantly

Worthy of recognition in the archives of the Jedi.

Seriously, this deck is wicked awesome. The person making this deserves all the high fives, and in a fairer world it's commercialized so he/she's a millionaire. These decks exist for other languages too, which is cool.
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Excellent data-driven approach to learning languages

Amazing job. Thank you so much. Your approach is absolutely genious.
I believe you've offered the best ever data-driven approach to learning languages, all those DuoLingvo, Rosetta Stone, etc. with their learning of words without context worth nothing. This deck offers live sentences, their pronunciation, and you see how words are used and sound among others. Practical grammar can be deduced from the mass of examples.
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I love it.

Great resource for strengthening my ear-training.
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Thank you!!!!
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It would be very nice...

...if the cards were ranked in someway. I'm not anywhere near a pro Anki user, but a "rank" field would give at least a chance to order cards in the right way (I really can't believe "Je suis" should be the 106XXth sentence by its words' frequency).
I don't think this deck can be used effectively, however I do appreciate the effort that has been made to put it togheter, so I'm giving it three stars.
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Great deck

Thank you very much for sharing this deck!
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Thanks for your work!

Really great addition to the 5000 word deck, I've been using both in combination and progressing surprisingly well.

And as the other commenter said, the audio quality is really good.
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Excellent resource, thanks alot
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10 000 French Sentences: sorted by their words' frequency

Wow, thank-you!
This is fantastic and the sound quality is exceptional.