French-English Visual Body Parts I

By loquenuncalecontaron
Tags: image cards, french, english, body parts

These flashcards are based on the book French English Bilingual Visual Dictionary by DK from pages 12 to page 14.

The deck contains 50 flashcards mapped the following way:

  • Front field: High quality picture
  • Back field: Word in French and English + Audio of the word in French
  • Example field: Example in French + Audio of the example in French

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French-English Visual Body Parts II

By loquenuncalecontaron
Tags: english, image cards, body parts, french

These flashcards are based on the book French English Bilingual Visual Dictionary by DK from pages 15 to page 17.

The deck contains 50 flashcards mapped the following way:

  • Front field: High quality picture
  • Back field: Word in French and English + Audio of the word in French
  • Example field: Example in French + Audio of the example in French

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French-English Visual Body Parts IV

By loquenuncalecontaron
Tags: french, english, image cards, body parts

These flashcards are based on the book French English Bilingual Visual Dictionary by DK from pages 20 to 23.

The deck contains 50 flashcards + a few bonus cards mapped the following way:

  • Front field: High quality picture
  • Back field: Word in French and English + Audio of the word in French
  • Example field: Example in French + Audio of the example in French

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French-English Visual Body Parts III

By loquenuncalecontaron
Tags: french, english, image cards, body parts

These flashcards are based on the book French English Bilingual Visual Dictionary by DK from pages 18 to 20.

The deck contains 50 flashcards mapped the following way:

  • Front field: High quality picture
  • Back field: Word in French and English + Audio of the word in French
  • Example field: Example in French + Audio of the example in French

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German Compound Words for Beginners

By Jen_Bjornstad
Tags: german

German Compound Words for Beginners, created by Jen Bjornstad, PhD, is an Anki deck for brand-new learners of German or for anyone interested in languages and how they work.

The deck is made up of 80 compound nouns in German that are easy and fun for speakers of English to guess, for example, die Sonnenblume (sunflower), der Eisbär (polar bear), die Milchstraße (Milky Way).

By studying these words, you’ll learn the basic nouns the compounds are made up of: die Blume (flower), der Bär (bear), die Straße (street). You’ll also get a sense of how German compounds are created, and you’ll start to see patterns in the ways German and English are related to each other.

Note: If you’re interested in using this deck for teaching purposes, visit my Teachers Pay Teachers store for related materials.

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Oxford 5000 Word List ft. Collins

By woolgatherer
Tags: english, vocabulary, oxford, cefr

The Oxford 5000 is an expanded core word list for advanced learners of English. As well as the Oxford 3000 core word list (words that every learner of English needs to know), it includes an additional 2,000 words that are aligned to the CEFR, guiding advanced learners at B2-C1 level on the most useful high-level words to learn to expand their vocabulary.

This deck will help you memorize definitions of all the Oxford 5000 words.

Each word in the deck is given a CEFR level and they are tagged in Anki as such. So you can create a filtered deck with the CEFR Level you want. Unless you are a “beginner” I highly recommend you filter the deck according to your needs.

Oxford 5000 doesn’t include words of C2 level.

Each word in the list is treated in the following way:

  • The word and it’s definitions are introduced first as a “cloze” card. The student will remember all the senses of the word like this.
  • The student is presented the previously learned definition with the word blanked out (basic card). First letter of the word is given and subsequent underscores will tell how many letters the word contains.

Things you should know about the deck:

  • The the word list if from Oxford, definitions are taken from Collins COBUILD which is know for “providing definitions in full sentences rather than excerpted phrases. Example sentences are given for almost every meaning of every word, drawn from a large corpus of actual usage.”
  • Enable tts on your Anki Clinet to hear the pronunciation of the word. (o5k-cloze card only)
  • When Oxford 5000 includes a word it might only be for a particular part of speech. For examples “act” might have definitions for when it is used as a verb, noun, etc. But Oxford 5000 might only include the “noun” definition. But the deck includes definitions for all the parts of speech.
  • It is not exactly 5000 words especially considering the earlier point. For example ‘young’ is included as both ‘adjective’ and ‘noun’.
  • This deck is not done by hand / manually typing in. I used automation (Python) so errors might have crept in. If you found an error share them here.
  • You can make this deck better and share it.
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Merriam-Webster Vocabulary Builder

By woolgatherer
Tags: english, vocabulary

For students preparing for standardized tests, including the SAT, ACT, ESL, TOEFL, and TOEIC. Also for homeschoolers and remote learners. Organized by 250 Greek and Latin roots as the building blocks for words, this book will aid in learning 1,200 words while introducing 2,000 more words. Includes quizzes after each root discussion to test progress.

Notes about the deck design:

  • A well designed deck of “Merriam-Webster Vocabulary Builder”.
  • For each unit, first the ROOT of the words is introduced. (cloze)
  • Then WORDS based on the ROOT is introduced. (cloze, reverse)
  • At the end of the unit QUIZZES are presented for review. (basic)
  • Night Mode!

Cloze Deletions are auto generated using spaCy. (expect weird stuff) ~ https://spacy.io/

Merriam Webster doesn’t use IPA, so all IPA is auto generated using “eng_to_ipa”. ~ https://pypi.org/project/eng-to-ipa/


Change Log:

  • v1.0 [2020-09-21] Initial Release
  • v1.1 [2020-09-23] fonts, reorder cards
  • v1.2 [2020-09-26] better cloze deletions
  • v1.3 [2020-10-02] corrected issues with some cloze cards. Revised deck HTML and CSS. Change fonts.
  • v1.4 [2020-10-09] Major UI overhaul. Corrected some issue with cards.
  • v1.5 [2020-11-04] Dealt with that annoying white flash when changing cards in night mode. Under the hood optimizations. FINAL UPDATE. This deck will not be updated further. Check out Merriam-Webster Vocabulary Builder LITE (English)
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Standard ASCII Symbols

By cs_student
Tags: computer science, html, ascii

A deck for all the non-typable symbols (non-accented alpha characters) in standard 8-bit ASCII. This works out to be ASCII characters 161-191 which are:

¡ ¢ £ ¤ ¥ ¦ § ¨ © ª « ¬ (soft-hyphen, not visible) ­ ® ¯ ° ± ² ³ ´ µ ¶ · ¸ ¹ º » ¼ ½ ¾ ¿

This deck includes the symbol, english description, ASCII decimal code, hex code, and HTML name. You might want to disable some of the cards depnding on your use case.

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Merriam-Webster Vocabulary Builder - LITE

By woolgatherer
Tags: english, vocabulary
  • For students preparing for standardized tests, including the SAT, ACT, ESL, TOEFL, and TOEIC. Also for homeschoolers and remote learners.
  • Organized by 250 Greek and Latin roots as the building blocks for words, this book will aid in learning 1,200 words while introducing 2,000 more words.
  • Includes quizzes after each root discussion to test progress.

It differs from the Merriam-Webster Vocabulary Builder deck as in it doesn’t include the “Explanation Text and Word Definition” cloze cards which are rather time consuming.

Notes about the deck design:

  • A well designed deck of “Merriam-Webster Vocabulary Builder”.
  • For each unit, first the ROOT of the words is introduced. (cloze)
  • Then WORDS based on the ROOT is introduced. (reverse)
  • At the end of the unit QUIZZES are presented for review. (basic)
  • Night Mode!

Cloze Deletions are auto generated using spaCy (expect weird stuff). Merriam Webster doesn’t use IPA, so all IPA is auto generated using eng_to_ipa.


Change Log:

v1.0 [2020-11-04] Initial Release

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