《维基教科书.法语》(French from wikibooks)[PDF]

《维基教科书.法语》(French from wikibooks)[PDF]
  • 片  名  《维基教科书.法语》(French from wikibooks)[PDF]
  • 简  介  图书分类: 教育/科技发行时间: 2010年02月05日语言: 英文,法文
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  • 详细介绍简介:
    维基教科书(Wikibooks)是维基媒体其中一个工程和维基百科的姐妹计划,于2003年7月10日开放。
      此计划收集自由的教科书,目录或其他用户自己编辑的书。维基教科书是一个维基的网站,顾名思义任何人都可以进入“编辑”页面修改任何一本书。
      开始计划是回应维基人Karl Wick要求建造一个内容开放的教科书计划,如 有机化学和物理分类制作免费的学习教材。
      在维基教科书中有些书是收录网上已完全完成编写好的内容开放教科书。网站内所有的内容是在GNU自由文档许可证下发布。贡献必须确定是版权已被作早放弃或确定内容永远是自由于公有领域的Copyleft许可证下发布。
      教科书还在其他的语言上跟着创办人的意念继续发展内容开发的书。学习法语的一些建议
    French tends to have a bad reputation amongst English speakers as hard to learn. While it is true that it
    poses certain difficulties to native English-speakers, it may be noted that English is also considered to
    be 'difficult', and yet we learnt it without the benefit of already knowing a language. In fact, the French
    language can be learned in only ten months.
    Learning any new language requires some commitment, generally long-term. Remember that, like any
    skill, it requires a certain amount of effort. And if you do not practice your French regularly, it is highly
    likely that you will begin to forget it. Try to make it a part of your schedule; even if it's not daily, at
    least make it regular.
    Remember that you are learning a new skill. Try to master the simple stuff before moving on to the
    more complex. We all have to add and subtract before we can do calculus.
    French is a complete language. While this course can teach you to read and write in French, this is only
    half of the skills that make up fluency. A written document cannot teach much about listening to and
    speaking French. You must train all of these skills, and they will reinforce one another. For listening
    and speaking, finding a native speaker to help you once you have some skill will help you with these
    skills.
    The very best way to learn French is to get amnesia in France or another French-speaking country. This
    allows you to start with a clean slate, as babies do. However, most of us are unwilling to take that step.
    The next best thing is immersion. If you are serious about learning French, a period of immersion
    (where you go to live in a Francophone culture) is a good idea once you are moderately studied. Most
    countries are in the relative vicinity of a French-speaking country.
    If you can't travel to a French-speaking country, then try listening to French-language programs on the
    radio, TV, or the Internet. Rent or buy French-language movies. Pay attention to pronunciation. Grab a
    French speaker you meet and talk to him or her in French. Listen, speak, and practice.
    Read French newspapers and magazines. Again, an excellent source is Google's news page, which links
    to French-language news stories, which will enrich your vocabulary.

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