→ Danish 8 000 sentences sorted from easiest to hardest144.47MB. 8247 audio & 81 images. Updated 2017-01-24.
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|sentence||Folk i Brasilien var stolte af ham.|
|translation||People in Brazil were proud of him.|
|freq ranks||[ 398 4 2022 18 2023 14 47 ]|
|sentence||Hvad siger du?|
|translation||What're you saying?|
|freq ranks||[ 38 132 7 ]|
|sentence||Jeg får besøg af en ven i morgen.|
|translation||I have a friend coming over to visit tomorrow.|
|freq ranks||[ 11 259 1149 14 2 209 4 169 ]|
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Thanks again for this wonderful deck!
I edited it to have flipped versions of the cards (English -> Danish), and use AwesomeTTS audio files (like you mentioned in another comment). Mind if I reupload the deck with those changes? The pronunciation is much much better, and the deck goes from 144MB to ~65MB, so it'd be useful to others.
Just include a message like this in the description: "This deck is based on: https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/1162908183"
The AwesomeTTS allows you to add text-to-speech audio to the Anki cards.
This is what the reviewer below meant with "On a few sentences I change the voice to Magnus or Sara using TTS" (He was referring to this add-on.)
I use it along with audio of sentences curated from Memrise's "Learn with Locals"
Dear sharer, thank you for your response. I checked that and made sure that the cards are shown "in order added" and not just randomly.
Though even in the card browser the sentences with low appointed average (i.e. easy ones) are placed after sophisticated ones (ones that have greater average). waiting for the fix.
Click the Configs button, click Options, make sure the Card Order is not set to "random".
You can view the full contents of this deck (in the order that the cards are introduced) in the following link:
I will eventually update this deck to have a better sorting of sentences, though. Will post a note when it is updated.
8000 thanks to the creator of this desk.
Neri, amazing work. Thanks very much for this wonderful deck. I've seen your blog and all I can say is: Keep up the great work!