Assimil New French with Ease + Using French
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|fr_Audio||S05 - S06 -|
|fr_text||Le prix de votre ticket ne dépend4 pas de la longueur du trajet : il coûte le même prix pour deux stations5 que pour dix.|
|en_text||The price of your ticket does not depend on (of) the length of the journey: It costs the same price for two stations as for ten.|
|notes||4dépendre: to depend, behaves like vendre - to sell. Je dépends, il/elle dépend, nous dépendons, vous dépendez, ils/elles dépendent [dehpond]. Notice the postposition: de. Il dépend de ses parents - He depends on his parents.5une station de métro - a metro station but une gare - a train station, la Gare du Nord: Paris North Railway Station. When asking for a metro station, we usually ask for just the name (see Lesson 1 ). The metro and buses are run by the RATP (Régie autonome des transports parisiens).|
|Lesson||Assimil New French with Ease 32 - Le métro|
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|fr_text||Pardon ? Voulez-vous répéter3, s'il vous plaît ? Je n'ai pas entendu.|
|en_text||Pardon? Would you repeat please? I didn't hear.|
|notes||3Remember that using such a sentence will probably cause the person to whom you are speaking to do just that: repeat without making any effort to slow down or use different words. A phrase like: - Dites-le autrement - Say it in another way, is rather unconventional, but very useful. Other "survival expressions" are: Parlez plus lentement - Speak more slowly; Parlez plus fort - Speak louder. Also, when you lack confidence in a foreign language, your voice tends to become a hoarse whisper! Say what you want to say out loud (as you have been practising with this method). At least that way, if you make mistakes, people can hear you and correct you.|
|Lesson||Assimil New French with Ease 95 - Joindre l'utile à l'agréable|
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A question though, I want to check out that active phase option but I didn't want to mess anything up by mistake before learning its functions completely. If I type something in that field on one card, then would it create new active phase cards for the whole decks or only for that one single card? Sorry if this is a silly question, I'm not that advanced with Anki stuff. De toute façon, merci beaucoup pour ce deck!
Typing something in the active phase field will only create an active phase card for that specific card. So you can choose which cards to add.
If later you decide you no longer want the active phase card, just delete any characters in the active phase field and leave it blank. When you do your reviews, the duplicate active phase card will come up as "the front of this card is blank" (meaning the empty active phase card is still in the deck). In the Home screen, go to Tools > Empty Cards. There you can remove the empty cards and your deck is good again. More info here https://forums.ankiweb.net/t/the-front-of-this-card-is-blank-whether-i-used-an-conditional-field-fo-my-cards/4331
Not a silly question, I'm here to answer all questions the best I can 🙂
All cards were typed by hand to correct any existing mistakes in the original text and have been repeatedly checked for accuracy. Could you please show where the glaring typo is and clarify?
My other deck is the FSI Spanish basic course deck (different course and card style, and much longer)
At the moment I'm not looking to start a new language, though I might dip my toes into another romance language in the future. If I find a really good course you may see another Anki deck. I can't promise anything however with the limited time I have.
Also, don't hesitate to make your own! Making cards helps with the learning process.
Thank you for your comment and to all the comments below!
Question: How to study this in the way Assimil proposes without messing up the sequence?
I also posted a visual aid up top.
The tag add-on is Hierarchical Tags 2 https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/594329229.
There is an add-on called Advanced Previewer that will allow you to review cards from the preview window (only works for Anki 2.0.x) https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/544521385
If you've already studied the cards (answered hard/good/easy), the cards will go through anki's spaced repetition schedule/algorithm and won't be in order anymore. To start from the beginning without going through anki's schedule (but not saving your progress), go to Browse > select the tag for the lesson you want to study on the left sidebar > click on Sort Field so it sorts in ascending order from S01, S02... > click Preview. Press right arrow or Enter to go the the next card in sequence.
Another way is to import the deck in a new profile and sort by Due > then click Preview from lesson 1.
Both methods will show the cards in order and you can study at your own pace this way. This will also mimic how Assimil is originally presented.
My sincere thanks for this amazing effort !!
I particularly appreciate the fact that you have used complete sentences, instead of isolated words.
The notes and pictures you have included are a great bonus.
I wish that I could give you ten thumbs up! 😊