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Kill The French: 100 stories in French written with transparent words Paperback – October 25, 2021
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A Revolution in Language Learning
Did you know that 20,000 French words are nearly identical in English? This book utilizes 1,200 of those words to take you on a journey through the French language with 100 easy-to-follow short stories that build on what you already know!
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« Le train arrive dans six minutes à la station Opéra »
« J’invite mes parents et mes cousins à dîner au restaurant »
« Le journaliste interview le président de la République française »
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Kill the French is strategically designed to help you learn French faster and easier than ever before. The stories begin with dialogues that even people with zero French experience can understand. In just 100 days, you’ll add 1,600 new French words to your vocabulary, become comfortable with French tenses (past, present, & future), and quickly improve your understanding of the language.
- 100 dialogues in French - Enjoy fun stories about topics like how to give your first kiss, build a nuclear bomb, or even zombie attacks!
- Learn 60% of the language - Use the pareto effect to acquire 60% of the French language just by learning the 500 hundred most common words.
- Smart repetition - To optimize learning, every new word is repeated following a decreasing algorithm at day + 1, day + 3, day + 6.
- 1,200 transparent words - The amazing crossover between the two languages means that you can learn hundreds of words instantly!
- Publisher : AFNIL (October 25, 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 201 pages
- ISBN-10 : 2958022803
- ISBN-13 : 978-2958022808
- Item Weight : 9.8 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.46 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #249,518 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #115,640 in Literature & Fiction (Books)
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By Mark Twain on October 19, 2022
For some reason I have a tough time learning pronouns and prepositions. Those simple little words won't stick in my head. But after seeing them used repeatedly in the conversations I'm finally starting to remember them.
It's light reading and would probably get you a ton of looks on public transit based on the title alone. I found that I recalled or understood almost 100% of it.