600+ German sentences by word frequency (A1-B1) – LoF
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|Front||Die junge Frau liest ein Buch.|
|Back||The young woman is reading a book.|
|Back||It was okay.|
|Front||Was ist dein Lieblingsessen?|
|Back||What's your favorite food?|
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It is a wonderful addition to my German sentence ‘mega-deck’, which combines cards from various sources and is sorted using MorphMan to ensure an i+1 steady incremental order for optimal learning.
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Also, I haven't saved the tips for intermediate to advanced learning from the website, which for sure will be valuable after finishing beginner dialogues. I hope you could bring the website back, I could even bring a small donation to keep it going, as your work should be rewarded.
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I love that the audio is real humans speaking, not robot voices, the way it's based on word frequency, and the fact that it has lots of conversational phrases to start off with. It's great the way it's organized into subdecks as well.
There's a lot of word frequency-based sentence decks on Anki, but this one is a lot better than most because of the way it starts out with actual conversational phrases purposely put together by humans, instead of the strange computer-selected sentences you normally see.
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