Tool that creates French vocab list of words in order of usefulness

Not totally relevant to science but handy if you want to learn a language!  Learning 20% of the most commonly used words in a foreign language leads to a much higher percentage level of comprehension (e.g. 80%, see the Pareto law).  Here’s an excelsheet that will create you a list of French words you do not know in order of learning priority.  Simply put an ‘x’ in the blue column in the spreadsheet next to all the french words you do not know.  I suggest then piping these words into a daily memoriser programme such as AnyMemo (android store) or FlashCardsDeluxe (iStore). Continue reading “Tool that creates French vocab list of words in order of usefulness”