Language Checklist

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What I call Language Checklist is a series of sentences condensing key sentence structures as well as elementary vocabulary. The current version of the list 60 sentences divided in groups of 3, in the following sequence:

  1. one question;
  2. one affirmative answer;
  3. one negative answer

The concept behind this checklist is that interactions consisting in question and answer are the best way to actively practice a language, either while you are learning the basics or when you already master the language, be it as a warmup or as a list of items to refresh your memory from time to time or when you need to use the language after a while.

I will be posting the lists gradually, for the languages that I am studying.

The original list in English can be found here.

The checklist is being developed for the following languages