Basic words in a new language
Bèrto ëd Sèra
berto.d.sera at gmail.com
Fri Aug 9 14:05:33 UTC 2013
Why don't you get an existing collection of similar size from Parley and
use that? It will probably be generic enough for a start.
On 9 August 2013 15:01, Yuri Chornoivan <yurchor at ukr.net> wrote:
> --- Оригінальне повідомлення ---
> Від кого: "Inge Wallin" <inge at lysator.liu.se>
> Дата: 9 серпня 2013, 16:32:09
> > Come on!
> > Is there really nobody who have an opinion on the first words to learn
> in a new language?
> I think the list of such words strongly depends on the goal of the
> learning of foreign language. One book that is meant to study
> mathematicians to write scientific texts for English journals recommends
> ~30 phrases and ~20 rules to use in the texts and that's enough (tested). ;)
> For spoken conversation, words do not mean much but phrases do.
> If you want to read papers, some statistical analysis can be at hand 
> (analysis can be complex if the inflexion rules should be taken into
> account). There are many linguistic papers on the topic of decipher of
> ancient languages and statistical methods are proven to be effective if
> some language rules and the direction of writing are known.
> // I am not a linguist. ;)
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