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Thanks for your review, I feel the key thing is the level at which you wish to acheive. (as you have mentioned) For someone wishing to take a holiday
I struggled to understand his English accent/pronunciation on the first Spanish CD! He was trying to say something along the lines of words ending in
I was on my way to Paris (gare de l'Est?) from Sable-sur- Sarthe. As the train pulled into Chartres, I thought I heard an announcement that sounded like
I'm afraid I have to correct you in one little point: You wrote: meur (wall) became mûr where the preceding e was dropped. But the wall - le mur is written
I very much get why there is no 'beware, non native' warning. Why people, who live 40 years in immersion do not lose their accent? It is silly of you to
Today's French verb mettre, means to put. You can remember this by imagining your baby has to put a METROnome in the parking METER! Do the Daily Verb Lesson every day and within 30 days you will consolidate your knowledge. I put, it puts, you will put, he may put, I have put, we had put, etc.
spanish verb lavar
In the original French version of Canada's national anthem, they prefaced the opening line with O Canada. The O had the circonflex or Chinese hat over
Michel Thomas was a genius, and whatever his defects, he makes learning a language easy,and will put you ahead in that task,no matter what other method
I loved this page also. I am an old surgeon, born 1929, and I was in conversation with my friend who speaks Italian as well as English and knows Latin.
Honestly, Michel Thomas is fantastic. Regardless of accents which will differ in any area or region, I picked up to intermediate French in a record time.
I have taken both courses, all the way through basic and advanced. The teachers are native speakers and in the dutch one, there even 2 different teachers
A small comment. The word tâche (task) derives from medieval Latin taxa, so where is the s it replaces? It's there. In manuscripts x often replaces sc,
Your technique does not seem to work using Word on an iMac, what do you suggest please?
I wanted to be polite and write the words in french correct and I found most of the accents in the french keyboard. I had no idea that I would find le
Hello, I fear your method of typing in the circumflex accent seems to work only in Microsoft Word. It does not work in Notepad nor does it work on this
Today's verb, the Spanish verb IR means 'to go'. To remember this imagine that you GO with an EAR! Do the Spanish Daily Verb Lesson every day and within 30 days you'll really consolidate your verb knowledge, particularly when you do SETS of FAMILIES of verbs conjugated the same. IR is an irregular verb and needs to be learnt. I go, it goes, you will go, he may go, I have gone, we had gone etc.
Estar, meaning 'to be' is the most important verb in Spanish. Its counterpart is SER, and the two have some idiosyncracies that need to be learned. Here it is fully conjugated in every Spanish tense.
Today's verb, is the French verb 'trebucher'. You can remember this by imagining under the TREE, BUSH stumbles, that is, George Bush. The key to French verb conjugation is mastering the patterns. The 5,000+ ER verbs are the most prolific. Do the Daily Verb Lesson every day and within 30 days you will consolidate your knowledge. I stumble, I stumbled, you will stumble, he may stumble, I have stumbled, we had stumbled, etc.
The Spanish for continue is the IRREGULAR AR Spanish verb CONTINUAR. Imagine the snail says, CONTINUE YOU ARE on the right track! Many AR verbs are irregular, being conjugated in different ways, with a few little twists here and there. The Daily Spanish Lesson looks at 30 irregular AR verbs for the month of November. All with cartoon Memory Triggers.
Over five thousand verbs in French use the ER pattern of endings. Today's is the French for synchronize which is synchroniser. Simple and compound verbs. All tenses covered - past, present, future, conditional etc. I synchronize, I synchronized, you will synchronize, he may synchronize, I have synchronized, I had synchronized etc.
Today's verb, the Italian for smile is 'sorridere'. To remember this imagine you smile and say, SORRY, DEARIE! This family of verbs are -ERE irregular verbs. Do the Italian Daily Verb Lesson every day and within 30 days you'll really consolidate your verb knowledge. I smile, it smiles, you will smile, he may smile, I have smiled, we had smiled, etc.
The Spanish for come is the IRREGULAR IR Spanish verb VENIR. Imagine you come to VIENNA to get a souVENIR! Many IR verbs are irregular, being conjugated in different ways, with a few little twists here and there. The Daily Spanish Lesson looks at 31 irregular IR verbs for the month of October. All with cartoon Memory Triggers.
His Spanish course is good, but his Polish/German accent is obvious in the recording. So I would say, along with the French program, you should have a
Today's verb, the Italian for receive is 'ricevere'. To remember this imagine the RICH are VERY happy to RECEIVE government grants, too! This family of verbs are -ERE regular verbs. Do the Italian Daily Verb Lesson every day and within 30 days you'll really consolidate your verb knowledge. I receive, it receives, you will receive, he may receive, I have received, we had received, etc.
The Spanish for say goodbye is the IRREGULAR IR Spanish verb DESPEDIR. Imagine DESPERATE DEER SAY GOODBYE to their young! About 30 verbs are conjugated this way. Many IR verbs are irregular, being conjugated in different ways, with a few little twists here and there. The Daily Spanish Lesson looks at 31 irregular IR verbs for the month of October. All with cartoon Memory Triggers.
French for sweat which is the French verb suer. Imagine you SUE A chef for SWEATING into your chop SUEY! Learn all the tenses with easier with our simple two-tier tables that work vertically and horizontally. I sweat, I sweated, you will sweat, he may sweat, I have sweatd, I had sweated into your chop suey
Today's verb, the Italian for beat is 'battere'. To remember this imagine the Italians beat the BATTERY! This family of verbs are -ERE regulars verbs. Do the Italian Daily Verb Lesson every day and within 30 days you'll really consolidate your verb knowledge. I beat, it beats, you will beat, he may beat, I have beaten, we had beaten, etc.
The Circumflex in French is the little Chinese hat that sits over the vowels a, e, i, o, u. It usually represents the letter 's' which has been dropped from use