200 Words a Day! Newzine #44
Why stain your Manchester United shirt with charcoal?
01 April, 2009
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- Learn Ascii Codes - typing foreign / accented characters.
- SPANISH Tip: Why stain your Manchester United shirt with Charcoal?
- GERMAN Tip: Is that Abe Lincoln sending a letter?
- WELSH Tip: That's not enough digging!
- FRENCH Freeebie: Podcast Download for Course 1 Lesson 2
- ITALIAN Freeebie: Don't Hug Leo - he loves garlic!
- Competition Victor for March 2009
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Learn Ascii Codes to use with your 200 Words a Day! programme.
When typing a foreign word in Kinaesethic Mode or in a Test, you’ll know how to type an accented or foreign character using the Standard Microsoft Shortcut keystrokes ...
But what if you want to type an accented or foreign character in your Student Notes? These Shortcuts don't work there! There is a way around this problem -
Learn Ascii Codes to type an accented character in Student Notes
Spanish Tip: Why stain your Manchester United shirt with Charcoal?
Check out this cartoon Memory Trigger for the Spanish verb for to stain ... Spanish Memory Trigger
German Tip: Is that ABE Lincoln sending a letter?
Check out this cartoon Memory Trigger for the German word for sender ... German Memory Trigger
Welsh Tip: That's not enough digging?
Find out why with this cartoon Memory Trigger for the Welsh word for enough... Welsh Memory Trigger
French Podcast Download
This dialogue accompanies Lesson 2 - People from the 200 Words a Day! French Course 1. Learn the words, then listen to them in this dialogue.
French Lesson 2 Narrative and Dialogue download.
A great way to review your French lessons, and consolidate. You can download this mp3 file to your iPod and hear (again and again) a great little conversation between two native French speakers, Charlotte and Carlos.
Italian Tip: Don't HUG LEO - he likes garlic!
Check out this new Italian cartoon from the forthcoming
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