Please include translation beneath full text

TalinaC1Kwiziq community member

Please include translation beneath full text

It would benefit me and expedite my studies if the direct English translation were available just beneath the full text.  Though I usually understand the overall meaning of the text, I still have a few words on each exercise that are not obvious or already a part of my vocabulary.  Certainly I can copy and paste into google translate, but this takes unnecessary time and switching between windows.  Google translation is not perfect and sometimes offers an awkward rendering.  In this example, I was not used to the use of the word pistes to indicate ‘tips.’  I was also not familiar with ‘quant’ or ‘AVC.’

On a completely separate issue, I could benefit from a brief explanation of why particular verb forms are used in certain situations—use of the imparfait here created a little confusion.  A little ‘teacher’s notes’ section could be useful.

I get a lot out of work out of these dictees and appreciate having the opportunity to practice them.  I think with a little bit of extra explanation from your side, they could benefit me even further.  Thanks for your consideration.

Asked 2 years ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Talina, 

Thank you for your comments which are appreciated but could you repost your suggestions via the Help & Support section as they may be considered in due course? This is a forum for language and culture questions only.

Hope this helps!

Please include translation beneath full text

It would benefit me and expedite my studies if the direct English translation were available just beneath the full text.  Though I usually understand the overall meaning of the text, I still have a few words on each exercise that are not obvious or already a part of my vocabulary.  Certainly I can copy and paste into google translate, but this takes unnecessary time and switching between windows.  Google translation is not perfect and sometimes offers an awkward rendering.  In this example, I was not used to the use of the word pistes to indicate ‘tips.’  I was also not familiar with ‘quant’ or ‘AVC.’

On a completely separate issue, I could benefit from a brief explanation of why particular verb forms are used in certain situations—use of the imparfait here created a little confusion.  A little ‘teacher’s notes’ section could be useful.

I get a lot out of work out of these dictees and appreciate having the opportunity to practice them.  I think with a little bit of extra explanation from your side, they could benefit me even further.  Thanks for your consideration.

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