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The Best Vocab List Après Duolingo

Finding words I did not know was easy and fun because Duolingo has given me the skills to read at the A1 and A2 level. The best way to approach this is to find an interesting book en français , read it and circle the words that you do not understand. After a list is made of words and phrases it should be made into a test with memrise.com or a similar site. At the bottom of my post I will give you a link to a test I made on memrise to better understand the book Rémi et le mystère de Saint-Péray which is an A1 text. Please let me know if you find any errors on my test. I have found through trial and error that the best way to understand a book is to find books based on CEFRL that include audio like the book mentioned. It has helped me to always read the book avec l'audio before reading it a second time to highlight words and phrases. Creating a test with my complete list of vocab words was too difficult to organize and too overwhelming, But I might upload my complete list in the future with thousands of words. I am working on more vocabulary tests on French literature and can use help editing them. Any suggestions of books with accompanying audio is appreciated.

Rémi et le mystère de Saint-Péray vocab test.


Current graded reader series that I am reading.


March 28, 2018

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