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Les tics de langage
Fonction phatique de la langue
Phatic expressions
français  analysis  linguist  life  habit  language  learn  interview  fun  young  generation  explained  kid 
12 hours ago by aries1988
如何懂得更多,让别人觉得自己挺厉害? | 可能吧
相信很多人都听说过「李永乐老师」这个人,如果你没听过,不妨去 Youtube 搜索一下他的视频。他做了非常多的 10-20 分钟的中长度视频,阐述一些复杂的概念或事件,比如中美贸易战如何发生。…
howto  learn  knowhow 
6 weeks ago by aries1988
21天学编程小结
21天学编程小结 2019年4月30日,我注意到在英文、日文推特界,有人发起了#100DaysOfCode 活动,但中文推特界似乎不见动静。就决定身先士卒,在推特上每天发布学编程的消息。 5月1日第1天 Git的历史 A Short History of Git 看了油管视频Jekyll and Sublime…
personal  challenge  learn  it  list 
8 weeks ago by aries1988
Why It’s So Hard to Learn French in Middle Age
I knew I’d never sound like a native. But shouldn’t I be much better than this?
middle-life  learn  français  vocabulary  language  brain  research 
11 weeks ago by aries1988
Language Log » Cantonese as a Second Language
That's the title of a new book from Routledge: John C. Wakefield, ed., Cantonese as a Second Language: Issues, Experiences and Suggestions for Teaching and…
language  learn  canton  book  dialect  chinese 
11 weeks ago by aries1988
潮州三母女:语言是纽带,是互相细看的眼睛
城市华灯初上,人潮在大马路聚集又散去,对于不少上班族来说,这意味一日的完结。但此时,郭咏琴卸下工作时的口齿伶俐、标准清晰的广东话,回到课室从咿咿吖吖的元音开始,重新拾回家乡的记忆和语言。下班接著上课的匆忙,随著踏入课室一刻,见到郭妈妈在后排留的座位而稍稍喘定。…
mother  daughter  learn  language  canton  family 
february 2019 by aries1988
一席 | 万象 建筑史话
王南
清华大学建筑学院青年教师
一席第566位讲者
很多文明也会拱券,包括中国,但为什么盖不出古罗马那么辉煌的大建筑呢?
歌德说建筑是凝固的音乐,很有诗意的一个说法,可从我们学建筑史的人看来,好像雨果说的建筑是石头的史书更对一些,尤其对西方建筑而言。如果再加进中国建筑的话,我们可以说中西方的建筑是土木砖石写成的史诗,所以希望能和大家一起来感受这首东西方建筑的史诗,开启一场东西方建筑之旅。

正式开始之前,我想特别隆重地介绍一下今天讲课的地点。我们所在的地方是清华大学新林院8号,它是梁思成和林徽因的故居。很多人都知道梁思成、林徽因是清华大学建筑系的创始人,我相当于是在祖师爷的家里跟大家讲建筑,所以我现在的心情是如何地激动,大家也可想而知。
rome  italia  architecture  movie  podcast  learn  artefact  course 
december 2018 by aries1988
Korean 101 (or, How to Win Over Your Girlfriend in a Semester or Less) – BLARB
Like many Asian women in their homelands or abroad, Garam spoke to her mother on the phone daily, which let me learn about her family by osmosis.
learn  korean  usa  gaijin  family 
october 2018 by aries1988
How to learn to draw with iPad and Apple Pencil | iMore
Apps
ShadowDraw doesn't support tilt or pressure sensitivity for Apple Pencil, but it has a bunch of interesting tutorials to help show you how to draw in the style of various artists.
How to Draw also doesn't support pressure for Apple Pencil, but the app does offer a nice breakdown of drawing common animal shapes, and doubles as a cute coloring app for budding artists.
How to Draw Everything hasn't been updated in a few years, but the library is a good step-by-step resource to learn how to draw popular anime and game characters, animals, and other elements. You can't draw in it, though, and it's not updated for Retina devices.
Calligraphy Penmanship has its quirks — it's not the most well-designed app, and its pressure controls take some tweaking. But if you're looking to practice basic calligraphy forms, it's a neat option. (The app is free, though you'll have to pay $3 to keep using it after the initial 80-hour trial.
drawing  learn  iPad  app 
september 2018 by aries1988
Ausländer | Unravel Magazine
The word Ausländer is German for ‘foreigner’ or ‘outsider’, and encapsulates this column’s focus: Second Language Acquisition (SLA). Here, we share our stories on language learning—some experiential, others informed by the formal study of language acquisition—and share our SLA tips and tricks, learning strategies, teaching methods and pedagogical philosophies. So, whether you’re looking to learn how to learn a language, or simply looking to supercharge your already-successful process, you’ve come to the right place.
learn  language  resource  advice 
august 2018 by aries1988
Why I Taught My Son to Speak Russian | The New Yorker
As the psycholinguist François Grosjean stresses, language is the product of necessity. If a child discusses, say, hockey only with his Russian-speaking father, he may not learn until later how to say “puck” in English. But he’ll learn when he has to.

I see friends who came over at the same time as I did but didn’t keep up their Russian raising their kids entirely in English. Sometimes I feel sorry for them and all they’re missing; at other times, envious. They have finally liberated themselves from Russia’s yoke, just as their parents wanted them to. They are free to be themselves around their children, to express themselves with ease. They always know the words for scooter and goat and sheep.

Most of us were more comfortable in English than in Russian, and none of us had any wish to repatriate. Why, then, were we doing this? What did we want to pass on to our children, exactly? Certainly nothing about Russia as it is currently constituted. Perhaps it was fitting that we were listening to children’s songs.
english  russia  language  children  learn  story  song  memory  parents  angst 
june 2018 by aries1988
Global Latinists by John Byron Kuhner
W he n Leni Ribeiro Leite stood up in the main auditorium of Memorial Hall this past July, her name and appearance were enough to distinguish her: it’s still…
language  latin  learn  culture  world 
february 2018 by aries1988
CFD Education Center
This website is a platform on which visitors can discuss Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and get some feedback from CFD experts or other visitors.

One major advantage of this blog is that it works in parallel with different courses taught in fluid mechanics and fundamental books in numerical methods.

The structure of the blog is based on different levels of CFD (elementary, basic, intermediate and advanced) which will be mentioned in the topic of each post. Many common problems of fluid mechanics are approached by proposing discussions about their main aspects and some codes for solving them.

All visitors are welcomed to participate in discussions and suggest solutions. Furthermore, the questions or problems, which are not fully solved during the discussion, will be answered frequently (e.g. every 10 days) by experts.
cfd  primer  explained  moi  resource  fluid-mechanics  learn 
january 2018 by aries1988
Chinese Pronunciation - I with J, Q, X
The following are the IPA symbols for this section’s pinyin consonant sounds:

Mandarin: ji [tɕ] English: "j" [dʒ]
Mandarin: q [tɕʰ] English: "ch" [tʃ]
Mandarin: x [ɕ] English: "sh" [ʃ]
chinese  explained  comparison  learn  pronunciation 
december 2017 by aries1988
Data visualisation mistakes — and how to avoid them
If we compare the original and the rework, it is difficult to see how we are looking at the same data. Where Pakistan was previously barely noticeable, now its bias against girls becomes the standout story.

In fact, it is only by reworking the chart that we can see it is of any use at all. Many charts cannot be transformed in this way. Adopt a “fewer but better” mantra when it comes to incorporating them in reports.

With well-selected charts taking care of the key questions of “what?” and “how much?”, the text in a report can focus on the follow-on questions, such as “why?” and “so what?” By conceiving words and graphics simultaneously, reports can be restructured into readable and confident narratives. 
learn  presentation  howto  communication  graphics 
december 2017 by aries1988
异乡人──胡清心:异议者的修炼,是坚持跟内心黑暗打仗|深度|端传媒 Initium Media
我总认为自己是天生反动的,文革也算了解,因为父母在那段时间吃过苦,而自小在基督教家庭教会成长,政权的凶险也是亲身经历,不过宗教自由等论辩无从说起,只是觉得这个政权和政党对我们充满敌意。可是,遇见那些头头是道为政权维护的人,辩着辩着反倒自觉理亏,好像自己对共产党的不满,只是出于私人恩怨。

然后,思考的深度就停留在这里。这些问题太难回答,而在公民身份和政治生活被刻意淡化的环境中,确实找不到足以让我系统地整理自己的感受与想法的框架。日常生活有太多琐碎与精彩充斥,对社会政治的思考就算一晃而过,也匆匆被束之高阁。
self  learn  politics  thinking  china  story  family  1989/6/4 
november 2017 by aries1988
文冤阁大学士:另类的《大学文科新生指南》

朱绩崧是复旦大学英文系教师,常以“文冤阁大学士”为名在网络间对英语学习及本科教育提出臧否建议。最近,他撰写了一份《大学文科新生指南》,虽然语气不乏嘲讽的地方,但的确以过来人的经历对文科生的本科阶段提出了中肯建议。

精致利己主义的根本原则:三种事不做。

一、不能增长知识、开阔眼界的事。
二、不能锻炼体魄、益寿延年的事。
三、不能合法赚钱的事。
university  youth  chinese  learn  career  list  guide  advice  howto  survive  success 
november 2017 by aries1988
梁文道:給他二十塊,他替你做愛(一粒藥丸與一顆橘子二之一)
梁文道:給他二十塊,他替你做愛(一粒藥丸與一顆橘子二之一) via @instapaper
today  business  learn  knowledge  book  reading 
november 2017 by aries1988
One kind of education does not fit all
Such techniques may not seem controversial elsewhere, but in France they challenge central educational tenets. For many years, education has been subject to what might be called “the tyranny of normal”. Ever since Jules Ferry introduced compulsory, free, secular primary education in the 1880s, uniform schooling countrywide has been part of the French way of doing things. The 19th-century instituteur, or schoolteacher, was a missionary figure, a guarantor of republican equality and norms. Teachers were trained in écoles normales. To this day, the mighty education ministry sets standardised curriculums and timetables. All 11-year-olds spend exactly four-and-a-half hours on maths a week. Experimentation is frequently regarded as suspect. “Classes are not laboratories,” noted a report by the conservative education inspectorate a few years ago, “and pupils are not guinea pigs.”

French education has long been run along almost military lines. An army of 880,000 teachers is deployed to schools across the country. Head teachers have no say in staffing. In the course of their careers, teachers acquire points that enable them to request reassignment. Newly qualified ones without such points are sent to the toughest schools, and turnover in such places is depressingly high.

Each year 50,000-60,000 people apply and just 900 are admitted. Léonard Aymard, originally from Annecy, was a tour guide when he applied. Loic Shety, from Dijon, won a place even though he lacked the school-leaving baccalauréat certificate. “It’s not for everyone,” says Mathilde Allard from Montpellier, “but we work together so we don’t get lost.”

When a university cannot take any more, those at schools nearby are supposed to be given priority, but such is the demand that places are increasingly being allocated through random selection by computer, known as tirage au sort, which this year affected 169 degree subjects across France. Ability is immaterial.

The lessons of his school, as well as of Descartes and Oran-Constantine, point a way for France to overcome the tyranny of normal in order to make more of what it does well and minimise what it does not.
français  school  explained  reportage  debate  future  learn  university  system 
october 2017 by aries1988
Emprunts : mensualités, intérêt, taux, TEG, risque de taux - Images des mathématiques - CNRS
Ou comment impressionner son banquier

Comprenons le principe d’un tel prêt. Chaque mois vous versez une mensualité constante que l’on va chercher à déterminer, on la considère pour le moment comme une inconnue. Cette mensualité sert d’abord à vous « mettre à jour » avec la banque en lui versant la rétribution due ce mois-là pour la somme que vous restiez lui devoir depuis le mois précédent. Une fois « quitte » avec la rétribution de la banque, le reste de la mensualité sert à rembourser une partie du capital prêté (qui diminue ainsi progressivement, on parle de prêt à amortissement progressif). Tout cela est calculé pour que vous ayez remboursé la totalité à la mensualité N.

On est parfois surpris de constater, en recevant son « tableau d’amortissement », que l’on rembourse au début beaucoup d’intérêt et peu de principal. Vu le principe de ces prêts, c’est normal, puisque chaque mois, on paye l’intérêt sur la somme que l’on devait encore le mois précédent, très forte au début et faible à la fin.

Ceci explique sans doute que les prêts sur des durées supérieures à 20 ans, jusqu’à 30, ne soient vraiment apparus que ces 10 dernières années, avec la chute des taux de prêt.

Cette information doit être utilisée avec précaution et ne permet pas de comparer deux prêts s’ils ont des durées différentes. En effet cette information dit certes combien on va donner à la banque, mais pas à quel moment ! Or un banquier sait bien (c’est son cœur de métier) qu’à cause de l’inflation et des placements sûrs, une même somme en euros n’a pas vraiment la même valeur selon la date à laquelle on la reçoit.

les intérêts sont versés chaque année et portent à leur tour intérêt : ce sont les fameux intérêts composés

Donc attention, la donnée qui traduit vraiment l’effort de la banque, c’est le taux d’intérêt. C’est pour cela que c’est ce que l’on négocie âprement avec son banquier, ou que les informations données dans les sites Internet sur les prêts sont exprimées en taux.

Savez-vous que lorsqu’un commerçant vous propose un crédit gratuit supérieur à 3 mois, ceux qui payent comptant doivent se voir proposer un escompte ?

Comment comparer ces deux prêts de durée différente ? En calculant un taux d’intérêt assurance comprise, bien sûr.

Comment faire ? Pour chaque prêt vous calculez la mensualité à l’aide de 2, puis vous ajoutez le montant de l’assurance, et vous calculez comme on l’a vu plus haut le taux correspondant au total prêt + assurance.
learn  maths  home  finance  money  budget  immobilier  explained  law  moi 
september 2017 by aries1988
Letter of Recommendation CPR Training
First aid frames the world as an unpredictable set of chances to do your modest best.
self  cpr  learn  story 
september 2017 by aries1988
Aux Etats-Unis, la révolution éducative des charter schools

J'ai visité de nombreux établissements scolaires aux États-Unis. Je le fais dans tous les pays où je passe, dès que je le peux. Les écoles me semblent être les marqueurs tangibles de la situation véritable d'une nation. Il y a toujours un lien entre l'investissement des États dans les systèmes éducatifs et leur niveau de développement.

C'est la volonté délibérée des «élites locales», qui investissent leurs ressources nationales dans des armées et des forces de police, c'est-à-dire dans les moyens de faire perdurer leur domination féodale.
education  usa  leader  idea  reform  school  comparison  français  children  learn 
september 2017 by aries1988
Database - Jyutping
[www.iso10646hk.net]

Click "Database" -> "Hanzi to Jyutping" -> Type your Chinese character in the SECOND column ->
Then click on the Jyutping to listen to the pronunciation.

I even made a video on how to use this site.
[writecantonese8.wordpress.com]

or you can use this site too
[arts.cuhk.edu.hk]

It's a dictionary.
canton  language  online  tool  dictionary  learn  pronunciation 
august 2017 by aries1988
Letter of Recommendation Duolingo
I did a couple of French lessons, which took all of five minutes. It was easy, and I was smitten by the possibilities. Maybe I’ll even take up German, I thought as I started the second lesson. I would become cosmopolitan and sophisticated, skipping across Europe and impressing local shopkeepers with my breezy fluency wherever I went. Maybe I would learn to differentiate among various wursts. Anything felt possible.
learn  smartphone  device  self  language  dutch  story 
july 2017 by aries1988
YaleCourses - YouTube

Yale's philosophy of teaching and learning begins with the aim of training a broadly based, highly disciplined intellect without specifying in advance how that intellect will be used. The Yale Courses channel provides entry into the core of the University--its classrooms and academic programs--including complete sets of lectures from the Open Yale Courses initiative. Complementary syllabi, transcripts, and other resources may also be accessed from the Open Yale Courses website listed below.
online  mooc  learn 
july 2017 by aries1988
Practical Deep Learning For Coders—18 hours of lessons for free
fast.ai's practical deep learning MOOC for coders. Learn CNNs, RNNs, computer vision, NLP, recommendation systems, keras, theano, and much more! neural networks!
ai  learn  self  python 
may 2017 by aries1988
At Waldorf School in Silicon Valley, Technology Can Wait - The New York Times
While other schools in the region brag about their wired classrooms, the Waldorf school embraces a simple, retro look — blackboards with colorful chalk, bookshelves with encyclopedias, wooden desks filled with workbooks and No. 2 pencils.

On a recent Tuesday, Andie Eagle and her fifth-grade classmates refreshed their knitting skills, crisscrossing wooden needles around balls of yarn, making fabric swatches. It’s an activity the school says helps develop problem-solving, patterning, math skills and coordination. The long-term goal: make socks.

Down the hall, a teacher drilled third-graders on multiplication by asking them to pretend to turn their bodies into lightning bolts. She asked them a math problem — four times five — and, in unison, they shouted “20” and zapped their fingers at the number on the blackboard. A roomful of human calculators.

In second grade, students standing in a circle learned language skills by repeating verses after the teacher, while simultaneously playing catch with bean bags. It’s an exercise aimed at synchronizing body and brain. Here, as in other classes, the day can start with a recitation or verse about God that reflects a nondenominational emphasis on the divine.

parents of students at the Los Altos school say it attracts great teachers who go through extensive training in the Waldorf approach, creating a strong sense of mission that can be lacking in other schools.
education  technology  debate  children  learn  philosophy 
april 2017 by aries1988
Learning Arabic from Egypt’s Revolution

In Dardasha, icons of little bombs with burning fuses had been printed next to the kind of phrase that, even during a revolution, qualified as explosive: Your son is really smart, Madame Fathiya. Fortunately, this compliment-bomb was promptly disarmed: This is what God has willed, Madame Fathiya, your son is really smart.

Grammar functions as a kind of spice, similar to the way that Sichuanese cuisine uses strong flavors to create satisfying meals that actually contain little meat.

Western academics call it modern standard Arabic, although the language retains strong links to the time of Muhammed. Back then, Arabic lacked a strong written literary tradition, and, in the eyes of believers, the Prophet’s illiteracy is evidence of the divine nature of the Quran. Even a skeptic like Rifaat told us that the Quran is so beautiful that it could only have come from God.

In China, the Han dynasty, which was founded in 206 B.C.E., codified and standardized the Confucian, or Ruist, classics, a process that helped set the terms for the writing system. By taking these centuries-old texts as their model of proper Chinese writing, the Han prescribed an idealized language—classical Chinese—that was probably never spoken in day-to-day life.

traditionalists feared further cultural damage. It will not be long before our ancestral language loses its form, God forbid, an editor at the newspaper Al-Ahram wrote, in 1882. How can we support a weak spoken language which will eliminate the sacred original language?

Most important, classical Chinese wasn’t tied to a religion or a divine text.

while places like German Switzerland also practice diglossia, the use of two languages, the difference is that both Swiss German and High German are living, spoken languages. The majority of Arab children are put in a position that I cannot think of an equivalent for any other group of children in the world, she said.
language  speaking  culture  arab  egypt  today  politics  news  journalism  story  learn  american  history  explained 
april 2017 by aries1988
How I Learned Japanese: The Freedom of the Non-Native Speaker

I was taken by an aunt to an ethnological museum, and there among the exhibits was a scroll painted with the Chinese character for sheep: 羊. I can still remember vividly the impression it made on me.

I was drawn to the beauty of this new way of writing, so different from the German alphabet, which struck my childish mind as unnecessarily longwinded and cumbersome. I loved the idea of each symbol conveying a single concept, or a whole world. And I loved how quickly the characters could be written. (Sometimes I tried writing the character for sheep and spelling out the word out in German and timing myself to see which took longer.) The fact that it was possible to write a whole word in such a small space impressed me as extremely practical and rational. This might sound like a typically “German” way of thinking about things. But I had made up my mind: One day I would learn how to write these wonderful characters myself.

On TV, the on-screen text “subtitles” that are such a characteristic of Japanese television were a great help, whether I was watching the news or one of the light entertainment programs. Watching television turned out to be a great way of learning how a word was pronounced and how it was written.

I wrote my blog for five years. It changed my life massively, not just by improving my Japanese, but by allowing me to discover something more fundamental—the joy of writing. Japanese has lots of words to express emotional concepts that we don’t have in German. For some reason, I feel these expressions match my personality. My sense for Japanese might not be quite the same as a Japanese person’s. But conversely, I have come to feel that as a foreign-language user of the language, I am free to use Japanese in a free way that might not be possible for a native speaker.
gaijin  language  learn  story  life  deutschland  kanji 
march 2017 by aries1988
学习日语的app有哪些? - 杨远骋的回答 - 知乎
我在正式开始启动学日语之前,花了接近一周的时间,断断续续调研各种学习方式、学习工具,翻遍了知乎所有关于日语学习的回答,也阅读了 Quora 上的部分问答,形成了自己的学习方式。实施了两个月,小有成效。 学习中用到的 App 并不多,但覆盖很全面,如截…
japanese  learn  tool 
february 2017 by aries1988
日语口语中清浊音如何区分? - 语言 - 知乎
第一个答案说得很完整了,我来简化一下。
发音主要分清浊两种,其中清音又分送气和不送气两种。
这三种发音用英文来指代就是play、sport、boy中的p和b。
汉语拼音方案中的辅音(声母)基本都是清音(除了n、r、l),只是送气和不送气的区别。
最后,如果会上海话的话,可以比较下丢和读的发音。
japanese  français  learn  language  comparison 
january 2017 by aries1988
Johnson: OK computer
How computers can be better language teachers than human beings
language  ai  tool  pc  learn 
november 2016 by aries1988
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