The Sentence MINE

By electricanki
Tags: pinyin, sentences, mine, language, polyglot, cloze, Chinese, German, English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Russian, Mandarin, traditional, simplified

The Sentence MINE is a deck containing over 1,400,000 sentences translated equally between German, English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Russian, and Chinese Mandarin. For Chinese Mandarin, the MINE contains both the simplified and traditional script as well as pinyin.

With over 200,000 sentences for each language this deck can save time looking for sentences when sentence mining. When you’ve finished with one language you can learn another using the languages you’ve already mastered.

This deck also contains instructions on how to set up the MINE; how to sentence mine, and how to use this deck in conjunction with other materials.

This deck is a work in progress. Cards are constantly being modified. Every month the deck will be uploaded with modified sentences. Users will be eligible for a free download.

Suggested modifications to the deck can be posted at the reddit group THE_SENTENCE_MINE please include the “noteid” if seeking a change to the sentence.


!!! SAMPLE !!!

A sample of the deck is available for free here!

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Sleek Vocabulary Template with Video

By woolgatherer
Tags: vocabulary, video, template

This template will help you quickly start using Anki for building your vocabulary.

What each field is and how it is to be filled:

Word Insert the head word here. The word you are learning.
IPA Insert the phonetic and phonemic transcription of the word.
Pronunciation Insert audio file containing the pronunciation of the word. Click on the “clip” icon to insert audio. Audio is automatically played. If you want it repeated you can click on the “play” button beside the head word.
Definition Each definition should be enclosed in a <div> tag like <div>My definition here.</div>. Extra info can be put in underline tags like this: <u>informal</u> <u>slang</u>. If you are including part of speech info don’t put them in <div> tags. Putting them in bold tags is recommended: <b>noun</b>.
Sentence This is where example sentences are inserted. Each example sentense should be enclosed in a <div> tag like <div>My example sentence here.</div>. You can use bold tags to highlight the head word like this: <div><b>Meliorism</b> is that comfortable midway point between pessimism and optimism</div>.
Picture You insert a picture relevant to the head word here. Click on the “clip” icon to insert pictures.
Video Backup Anki support for vidoes is not the best. So there are two steps if you want to include videos. First click on the “clip” icon to insert a video. You will see somthing like this: [sound:filename.mp4]. Then proceed to the next field.
Video Second copy only the file name from “Video Backup” field and paste here. Eg: copy only “filename.webm” from “[sound:filename.mp4]”

Also you can enable night mode in your Anki client for the dark theme!

Happy Learning! :)

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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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Ultimate Toki Pona

By samm81
Tags: toki pona

toki pona is “the language of good”!

A constructed language invented in by Sonja Lang, it consists of only 120 words. At 10 words a day, you can be bilingual in 12 days!

This deck consists of the romanization and defintion of the 120 words of toki pona, as well as their sitelen pona (written glyph), sitelen sitelen (another style of glyph), sitelen Emoji (their emoji equivalent), Japanese character equivalent, Chinese character equivalent, and word frequency rank.

In additon, it includes both the teaching sentences and exercises from jan Lentan’s toki pona 12 day course, along with explanations. The deck is structured in such a way that you can learn toki pona without ever having to leave Anki!

By default, all sitelen (glyph) cards are suspended, leaving just the romanization and definition of each character, as well the grammar sentences and exercises.

If you would like to learn sitelen pona, search for "deck:toki pona" card:3 or card:4 and unsuspend all cards.

If you would like to learn sitelen sitelen, search for "deck:toki pona" card:5 or card:6 and unsuspend all cards.

If you would like to learn sitelen Emoji, search for "deck:toki pona" card:7 or card:8 and unsuspend all cards.

If you want to include the Japanese or Chinese characters you’ll have to edit the note type.

Credits

Word definitons are from http://tokipona.net/tp/janpije/dictionary.php

The sitelen sitelen, Japanese glyphs, and Chinese glyphs are from http://tokipona.net/tp/ClassicWordList.aspx

Word frequencies are from https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/206063196

The sitelen pona glyphs are from https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/1548566798

The sitelen Emoji are from https://sites.google.com/view/sitelenemoji

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Vim Single Keybindings

By cs_student
Tags: programming, vim

All the single key bindings in vim. Compiled from here.

Excludes unbound keys because why would you want to memorize those.

Definitions (from the website):

  • word - a lower-case word (“w”, “b”, “e” commands) is defined by a consecutive string of letters, numbers, or underscore, or a consecutive string of characters that is not any of {letters, numbers, underscore, whitespace}
  • Word - an upper-case word (“W”, “B”, “E” commands) is a consecutive sequence of non-whitespace.
  • sentence
  • paragraph
  • cursor motion command - any command which positions the cursor is ok here, including the use of numeric prefixes. In addition, a repeat of the edit command usually means to apply to the entire current line. For example, “<<” means shift current line left; “cc” means replace entire current line; and “dd” means delete entire current line. >>
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The Sentence MINE (Sample 5000 sentences with audio)

By electricanki
Tags: German, English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Mandarin, traditional, simplified, pinyin, sentences, mine, language, polyglot, cloze

This deck consists of a sample of 5,000 sentences from The Sentence MINE, with audio included!

Description of The Sentence MINE below:


The Sentence MINE is a deck containing over 1,400,000 sentences translated equally between German, English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Russian, and Chinese Mandarin. For Chinese Mandarin, the MINE contains both the simplified and traditional script as well as pinyin.

With over 200,000 sentences for each language this deck can save time looking for sentences when sentence mining. When you’ve finished with one language you can learn another using the languages you’ve already mastered.

This deck also contains instructions on how to set up the MINE; how to sentence mine, and how to use this deck in conjunction with other materials.

This deck is a work in progress. Cards are constantly being modified. Every month the deck will be uploaded with modified sentences. Users will be eligible for a free download.

Suggested modifications to the deck can be posted at the reddit group THE_SENTENCE_MINE please include the “noteid” if seeking a change to the sentence.

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