Friday, August 19, 2016

5000 Polish Sentences Sorted from Easiest to Hardest

Here's how this list was made:

1) I grabbed a list with the 5000 most frequently used Polish words -- sorted from the most frequently used, to the least. 2) I grabbed 20 000 translated Polish sentences from the internet 3) I wrote a program that assigns a Frequency Rank Number to each word from every sentence, this Frequency Rank Number based on the list mentioned on item "1)" 4) This program calculates the average value of the all the words' Frequency Rank Numbers. And assigns this value to the sentence. The result is that if a sentence contains advanced words, the sentence will have a high Average Frequency Rank Number. If a sentence contains only beginner words, the AFRN will be low. 5) Finally, I sorted the sentences: from the ones with the lowest AFRN, to the highest.



The end result is that this list begins with very, very simple sentences, and new words get slowly introduced as you progress.



The best part is, an expanded version of this list(with audio!) is available for you to study on the learning software Anki:
https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/2036344821
For free, of course.

If you don't have Anki, you can download here: http://ankisrs.net/


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5000 Turkish Sentences Sorted from Easiest to Hardest

Here's how this list was made: 1) I grabbed a list with the 5000 most frequently used turkish words -- sorted from the most frequently used, to the least. 2) I grabbed 30 000 translated turkish sentences from the internet 3) I wrote a program that assigns a Frequency Rank Number to each word from every sentence, this Frequency Rank Number based on the list mentioned on item "1)" 4) This program calculates the average value of the all the words' Frequency Rank Numbers. And assigns this value to the sentence. The result is that if a sentence contains advanced words, the sentence will have a high Average Frequency Rank Number. If a sentence contains only beginner words, the AFRN will be low. 5) Finally, I sorted the sentences: from the ones with the lowest AFRN, to the highest.

The end result is that this list begins with very, very simple sentences, and new words get slowly introduced as you progress.


The best part is, an expanded version of this list(with audio!) is available for you to study on the learning software Anki:
https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/1290591096
For free, of course.

If you don't have Anki, you can download here: http://ankisrs.net/


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5000 Russian Sentences Sorted from Easiest to Hardest

Here's how this list was made:

1) I grabbed a list with the 5000 most frequently used Russian words -- sorted from the most frequently used, to the least. 2) I grabbed 60 000 translated Russian sentences from the internet, each sentence no longer than 5 words. 3) I wrote a program that assigns a Frequency Rank Number to each word from every sentence, this Frequency Rank Number based on the list mentioned on item "1)" 4) This program calculates the average value of the all the words' Frequency Rank Numbers. And assigns this value to the sentence. The result is that if a sentence contains advanced words, the sentence will have a high Average Frequency Rank Number. If a sentence contains only beginner words, the AFRN will be low. 5) Finally, I sorted the sentences: from the ones with the lowest AFRN, to the highest.


The end result is that this list begins with very, very simple sentences, and new words get slowly introduced as you progress.


The best part is, an expanded version of this list(with audio!) is available for you to study on the learning software Anki:
https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/1555716615
For free, of course.

If you don't have Anki, you can download here: http://ankisrs.net/

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5000 Swedish Sentences Sorted from Easiest to Hardest

Here's how this list was made: 1) I grabbed a list with the 5000 most frequently used swedish words -- sorted from the most frequently used, to the least. 2) I grabbed 15 000 translated swedish sentences from the internet 3) I wrote a program that assigns a Frequency Rank Number to each word from every sentence, this Frequency Rank Number based on the list mentioned on item "1)" 4) This program calculates the average value of the all the words' Frequency Rank Numbers. And assigns this value to the sentence. The result is that if a sentence contains advanced words, the sentence will have a high Average Frequency Rank Number. If a sentence contains only beginner words, the AFRN will be low. 5) Finally, I sorted the sentences: from the ones with the lowest AFRN, to the highest. The end result is that this list begins with very, very simple sentences, and new words get slowly introduced as you progress.



The best part is, an expanded version of this list(with audio!) is available for you to study on the learning software Anki:
https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/209865065
For free, of course.

If you don't have Anki, you can download here: http://ankisrs.net/


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5000 Italian Sentences Sorted from Easiest to Hardest

Here's how this list was made:

1) I grabbed a list with the 5000 most frequently used italian words -- sorted from the most frequently used, to the least.

2) I grabbed 60 000 translated italian sentences from the internet

3) I wrote a program that assigns a Frequency Rank Number to each word from every sentence, this Frequency Rank Number based on the list mentioned on item "1)"

4) This program calculates the average value of the all the words' Frequency Rank Numbers. And assigns this value to the sentence.

The result is that if a sentence contains advanced words, the sentence will have a high Average Frequency Rank Number. If a sentence contains only beginner words, the AFRN will be  low.

5) Finally, I sorted the sentences: from the ones with the lowest AFRN, to the highest.


The end result is that this list begins with very, very simple sentences, and new words get slowly introduced as you progress.


The best part is, an expanded version of this list(with audio!) is available for you to study on the learning software Anki:
https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/1590074519
For free, of course.

If you don't have Anki, you can download here: http://ankisrs.net/


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Tuesday, August 2, 2016

5000 Spanish Sentences Sorted from Easiest to Hardest

Here's how this list was made: 1) I grabbed a list with the 4000 most frequently used spanish words -- sorted from the most frequently used, to the least. 2) I grabbed 60 000 translated spanish sentences from the internet (no longer than 6 words) 3) I wrote a program that assigns a Frequency Rank Number to each word from every sentence, this Frequency Rank Number based on the list mentioned on item "1)" 4) This program calculates the average value of the all the words' Frequency Rank Numbers. And assigns this value to the sentence. The result is that if a sentence contains advanced words, the sentence will have a high Average Frequency Rank Number. If a sentence contains only beginner words, the AFRN will be low. 5) Finally, I sorted the sentences: from the ones with the lowest AFRN, to the highest. The end result is that this list begins with very, very simple sentences, and new words get slowly introduced as you progress.


The best part is, an expanded version of this list(with audio!) is available for you to study on the learning software Anki:
https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/1169967797
For free, of course.

If you don't have Anki, you can download here: http://ankisrs.net/


To view in a big screen, click the "See Original" button.

5000 German Sentences Sorted from Easiest to Hardest

Here's how this list was made: 1) I grabbed a list with the 4000 most frequently used german words -- sorted from the most frequently used, to the least. 2) I grabbed 60 000 translated german sentences from the internet (no longer than 6 words) 3) I wrote a program that assigns a Frequency Rank Number to each word from every sentence, this Frequency Rank Number based on the list mentioned on item "1)" 4) This program calculates the average value of the all the words' Frequency Rank Numbers. And assigns this value to the sentence. The result is that if a sentence contains advanced words, the sentence will have a high Average Frequency Rank Number. If a sentence contains only beginner words, the AFRN will be low. 5) Finally, I sorted the sentences: from the ones with the lowest AFRN, to the highest. The end result is that this list begins with very, very simple sentences, and new words get slowly introduced as you progress.

The best part is, an expanded version of this list(with audio!) is available for you to study on the learning software Anki:
https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/785874566 (Link updated, now working)

For free, of course.

I should mention that, before it got deleted from the Anki website because the filesize was over 250mb ..... this deck had a 4.6/5 rating based on ~23 user ratings.

If you don't have Anki, you can download here: http://ankisrs.net/


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5000 French Sentences Sorted from Easiest to Hardest

Here's how this list was made: 1) I grabbed a list with the 4000 most frequently used french words -- sorted from the most frequently used, to the least. 2) I grabbed 60 000 translated french sentences from the internet (no longer than 6 words)
3) I wrote a program that assigns a Frequency Rank Number to each word from every sentence, this Frequency Rank Number based on the list mentioned on item "1)" 4) This program calculates the average value of the all the words' Frequency Rank Numbers. And assigns this value to the sentence. The result is that if a sentence contains advanced words, the sentence will have a high Average Frequency Rank Number. If a sentence contains only beginner words, the AFRN will be low. 5) Finally, I sorted the sentences: from the ones with the lowest AFRN, to the highest. The end result is that this list begins with very, very simple sentences, and new words get slowly introduced as you progress.

The best part is, an expanded version of this list(with audio!) is available for you to study on the learning software Anki:
https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/1089240419

For free, of course.

If you don't have Anki, you can download here: http://ankisrs.net/


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