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Has anybody tried the Gold List method?

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Pyx
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 Message 65 of 222
20 March 2010 at 4:30am | IP Logged 
ALS wrote:
doviende wrote:
here it is: http://www.folkuniversitetet.se/out/swedex/dok/flik4/ swe_alf_feb21.pdf
entitled "Alfabetisk lista över samtliga specifikationer".

It's alphabetic, and each word has at least one example sentence.
(edit: sorry, i had a space in the url. fixed now hopefully
edit again: ummm...for some reason i can't make it work. it always reinserts the space in the url)


Wow, this is pretty awesome. Know of any like this for other languages?

Come on, guys, I've had my fun in this thread too, and I'm the last one to shoot down any off topic comments, but if you really want to start a discussion on frequency lists, their merits, how to use them, and where to get them, please start a new thread..
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Arekkusu
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 Message 66 of 222
20 March 2010 at 4:42am | IP Logged 
On that note, I shall go write another list.
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ManicGenius
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 Message 67 of 222
20 March 2010 at 7:52pm | IP Logged 
New techniques always intrigue me, but I think I' m going to stick with Assimil. I've
been spending too much time lately looking into new methods than actually just learning.

Bah.

This forum has ruined my concentration.
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Pyx
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 Message 68 of 222
21 March 2010 at 12:01am | IP Logged 
ManicGenius wrote:
New techniques always intrigue me, but I think I' m going to stick with Assimil. I've
been spending too much time lately looking into new methods than actually just learning.

Bah.

This forum has ruined my concentration.

I know what you're talking about. But you may justify it by telling yourself that you'll need a method for when you're finished with Assimil :) It's not like you'll suddenly "know" the language after you're finished with it! ;)
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Arekkusu
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 Message 69 of 222
21 March 2010 at 12:23am | IP Logged 
ManicGenius wrote:
New techniques always intrigue me, but I think I' m going to stick
with Assimil. I've
been spending too much time lately looking into new methods than actually just learning.

Bah.

This forum has ruined my concentration.

Must be because you aren't using the right technique.
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Pyx
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 Message 70 of 222
21 March 2010 at 12:31am | IP Logged 
Arekkusu wrote:
ManicGenius wrote:
New techniques always intrigue me, but I think I' m going to stick
with Assimil. I've
been spending too much time lately looking into new methods than actually just learning.

Bah.

This forum has ruined my concentration.

Must be because you aren't using the right technique.

I've heard several such complaints. Maybe the problem is the lack of a proper forum usage method? We should open up a forum to discuss that! How about: www.how-to-browse-any-forum.com?

PS: I've already thought of some topics:
- Intensive vs. extensive thread reading
- Does grammar in your posts matter?
- Can I fool people into believing that I've been on the board for years in 3 months?
- How long to read each day for optimal results?
- I want to read two forums at the same time - is it possible?
- Which one is harder to read: The Korean, the Chinese, or the Japanese subforum?
- L&R for forum articles?

Edited by Pyx on 21 March 2010 at 12:40am

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Arekkusu
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 Message 71 of 222
21 March 2010 at 12:40am | IP Logged 
LOL! Not to forget weighted reading.
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Bao
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 Message 72 of 222
21 March 2010 at 1:38am | IP Logged 
Pyx wrote:
- Can I fool people into believing that I've been on the board for years in 3 months?

Yes. (3 weeks are sufficient to make you eligible for a main moderator position.)
Pyx wrote:
- I want to read two forums at the same time - is it possible?

Yes.
Pyx wrote:
- Which one is harder to read: The Korean, the Chinese, or the Japanese subforum?

Yes.
Pyx wrote:
- L&R for forum articles?

does - it - mat - ter - if - we - all - end - up - soun - ding - like - speech - syn - the - sis - soft - ware - yes - no


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