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Unformatted text preview: Example: E: 2.01 1 - School Vocabulary - Complétez Example: E: 2.01 2 - Passé Composé - English to French Add the following to both the lesson where the exercise goes and the appropriate section on this page. Replace [...] with the specified lesson info. {{French Exercises|[namescheme]| [the exercise text] | [the exercise solution text] }} Example: {{French Exercises|E: 2.01 1 - School Vocabulary - Complétez| * On lève la _____. | * On lève la ''main''. }} Lesson exercises Introductory lessons Level One lessons Level Two lessons Level Three lessons Vocabulary Index Common French words by category Typing Characters International keyboard configuration Commonly one memorises the alt-number code for inserting non-English characters (below), but there is a much better method. One can change their keyboard configuration from their previous setting to a US (Qwerty) International setting. See for more information. In Windows XP: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Start -> Settings -> Control Panel Regional and Language Options Languages -> Details ... Click Add. Under Input language, choose your native language. Under Keyboard layout/IME, choose United States-International. Now to form accents, you prefix the letter with either ` ' " ~ or ^ So, to get è, one types ` and then e. To get Ë, one types " and then E. ...
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  • Fall '13
  • English, It, Keyboard layout, Latin alphabet, School Vocabulary

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