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jody
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 Message 385 of 489
12 December 2007 at 12:02pm | IP Logged 
Volte wrote:

siomotteikiru wrote:

I've written much more, here's the gist:
Here's an example of parallel texts.

Here's a more detailed explanation: OVERVIEW

Here's more about "listening-reading".



What program does this use? .rar? I am not able to open the example of the parallel texts.

Thanks.
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jody
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 Message 386 of 489
12 December 2007 at 12:22pm | IP Logged 
Does anybody know how to contact siomotteikiru? He said he has hundreds of parallel texts that he would share. But it seems he is inactive in this forum.

Thanks for your help!

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frenkeld
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 Message 387 of 489
12 December 2007 at 12:47pm | IP Logged 
ExtractNow can unpack .rar files, along with many other formats.

The contact information appears on the previous page of this thread:

Quote:
If anyone is really interested in trying L-R or finds it useful for them, or preparing (and sharing) materials, please pm Volte, s/he will give you my e-mail.
I promise I will answer, but do not expect political correctness from me. You can write anything you want in any way you want, too. I won't feel offended. Be straight to the point (and brief, if possible), I do not read verbose letters.



Edited by frenkeld on 12 December 2007 at 1:30pm

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jody
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 Message 388 of 489
12 December 2007 at 12:53pm | IP Logged 
Thank you very much. I am excited about this method of learning. I have thought about something like this in the past, but never knew how to exactly approach it. Siomotteikiru has laid out an exact plan, and I expect to follow it closely if i can obtain some parallel texts with audio.

Thanks again.
Jody
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MarcoDiAngelo
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 Message 389 of 489
14 December 2007 at 5:38am | IP Logged 
Siomotteikiru has given me a lot of parallel RUS-ENG texts, and I am preparing texts of Chekhov's and Gogol's plays. There are plenty
of free audiobooks in Russian, I could give you some URL's and willingly would share parallel texts.

Edited by MarcoDiAngelo on 14 December 2007 at 5:40am

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Zhuangzi
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 Message 390 of 489
15 December 2007 at 7:22pm | IP Logged 
Does anyone use computer translation for texts in L2 for which you do not have a translation? I.e. listen to L2 while reading a computer translation of L1.
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W.N
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 Message 391 of 489
21 December 2007 at 12:00am | IP Logged 
Pardon me for summoning this thread, but I need to ask if anyone got a hold of any of those "Parallel texts". I'm after English - German.
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Zhuangzi
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 Message 392 of 489
21 December 2007 at 12:07am | IP Logged 
By googling the terms "bilingual texts" "dual language texts" rather then the more exotic term "parallel texts" which, although popular here is somewhat rare, you will find lots of resources for various languages.

Dual language language texts have been around for a long time, it seems to me.


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