By Deryle Lonsdale, Yvon Le Bras
A Frequency Dictionary of French is a useful software for all rookies of French, delivering an inventory of the 5000 most often used phrases within the language.
Based on a 23-million-word corpus of French which include written and spoken fabric either from France and in another country, this dictionary presents the person with targeted info for every of the 5000 entries, together with English equivalents, a pattern sentence, its English translation, utilization statistics, and a sign of sign up version.
Users can entry the head 5000 phrases both in the course of the major frequency directory or via an alphabetical index. during the frequency directory there are thematically-organized lists of the pinnacle phrases from numerous key subject matters similar to activities, climate, garments, and kinfolk terms.
An attractive and hugely resource, the Frequency Dictionary of French will allow scholars of all degrees to get the main out in their examine of French vocabulary.
Deryle Lonsdale is affiliate Professor within the Linguistics and English Language division at Brigham younger college (Provo, Utah). Yvon Le Bras is affiliate Professor of French and division Chair of the French and Italian division at Brigham younger college (Provo, Utah).
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Extra resources for A Frequency Dictionary of French: Core Vocabulary for Learners (Routledge Frequency Dictionaries)
Opt. -οίμην -οιο -οιτο -οίμεθα -οισθε -οιντο nonfinite part. nom. sing. (§36) masc. -όμενος fem. -ομένη neut. -όμενον inf. -εσθαι Future passive • aorist passive stem (sixth principal part minus temporal augment and ending) + endings in chart below 1st sing. 2nd sing. 3rd sing. 1st pl. 2nd pl. 3rd pl. indic. opt. -ήσομαι -ήσῃ/-ήσει -ήσεται -ησόμεθα -ήσεσθε -ήσονται -ησοίμην -ήσοιο -ήσοιτο -ησοίμεθα -ήσοισθε -ήσοιντο nonfinite part. nom. sing. (§36) masc. -ησόμενος fem.
Stem: θεντnom. : ἕν stem: ἑντnom. : στάν stem: σταντnom. : βάν stem: βαντnom. : γνόν stem: γνοντ- § 33 Perfect active participle: “having ——ed” • perfect active stem (fourth principal part minus ending) + -ώς -υῖα -ός nom. sing. gen. sing. dat. sing. acc. sing. nom. pl. gen. pl. dat. pl. acc. pl. masc. fem. λελυκώς λελυκότος λελυκότι λελυκότα λελυκότες λελυκότων λελυκόσι(ν) λελυκότας λελυκυῖα λελυκυίας λελυκυίᾳ λελυκυῖαν λελυκυῖαι λελυκυιῶν λελυκυίαις λελυκυίας neut. λελυκός λελυκότος λελυκότι λελυκός λελυκότα λελυκότων λελυκόσι(ν) λελυκότα participles 15 § 34 Present middle-passive participle of regular verb: middle “——ing, ——ing [oneself]”; passive “being ——ed, ——ed” • present stem (first principal part minus ending) + -όμενος -ομένη -όμενον • declines like regular first/second declension adjective (§6) nom.
Sing. gen. sing. dat. sing. acc. sing. nom. pl. gen. pl. dat. pl. acc. pl. ) τριήρης -ους ἡ Περικλῆς -έους ὁ ἔτος -ους τό γῆρας -ως τό τριήρης τριήρους [-εος] τριήρει τριήρη [-εα] τριήρεις [-εες] τριήρων [-εων] τριήρεσι(ν) τριήρεις Περικλῆς [-έης] Περικλέους Περικλεῖ Περικλέα — — — — ἔτος ἔτους [-εος] ἔτει ἔτος ἔτη [-εα] ἐτῶν [-έων] ἔτεσι(ν) ἔτη [-εα] γῆρας γήρως [-αος] γήραι γῆρας γήρα [-αα] γηρῶν [-άων] γήρασι(ν) γήρα [-αα] nouns 21 § 46 Third declension: other stems (examples) nom. sing. gen.
A Frequency Dictionary of French: Core Vocabulary for Learners (Routledge Frequency Dictionaries) by Deryle Lonsdale, Yvon Le Bras