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Hey Becky,

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I'm grateful for your assistance, absolutely I'll keep...

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Thanks a bunch, Ali, you're really fabulous.

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Pokušaću u Novoj godini! :D

Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 18:28

Challenge 2: All about Slugs!! (29/04/2016)

@ French speakers, please let me know what you think :-)

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Les limaces s’attaquent à toutes les jeunes pousses et sont faciles à identifier : grignotage des feuilles, traces de baves, petites crottes sur les feuilles.
Ne laissez pas de zones propices aux limaces : elles cherchent de la fraîcheur et à manger. Retournez toutes les planches en bois, grosses pierres, grand récipient... Ils sont autant de refuges à limaces où vous pourrez les débusquer, et les ramasser (à la fourchette, évitez à la main). Ajoutez à ces endroits des rondelles de pommes de terre dont elles raffolent et passez les ramasser tous les jours. Rejetez-les très loin du jardin ou donnez-les à manger aux poules.
Pour protéger vos plantes de leur voracité, piégez les limaces avec une coupelle remplie de bière placée aux endroits stratégiques. Posez le piège à la nuit tombante et au petit matin (avant que le soleil ne soit trop chaud), vous verrez les limaces affluer vers le piège, et certaines s'y noyer...
Créez également des barrières physiques avec de la cendre. Employez-la avec parcimonie, car la cendre apporte au sol beaucoup de potasse.
Privilégiez la présence des auxiliaires : hérissons, crapauds et carabes qui s’attaquent aux œufs de limaces. Vous pouvez essayer les produits agréés bio à base de nématodes.
Mais oubliez les produits chimiques, qui représentent un danger potentiel pour les petites bêtes et les Hommes.

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Fluency

The learner's ability to speak continuously by chunking and linking words together. For example, instead of saying very slowly, "I - am - poor. I - have - no - money" like a robot, a fluent speaker would say, "I'm poor because I don't have any money."

Speech is relatively smooth; some hesitation and unevenness caused by rephrasing and searching for words
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The learner's ability to understand the relative emphasis that may be given to certain syllables in a word, or to certain words in a phrase or sentence

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The learners' ability to enunciate the various consonants, consonant blends, vowels, and vowel blends in words, words linked together, and words in sentences.

The pronunciation contained some individual word pronunciation errors. Around 3-4 errors
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Maury Aurélien's picture
I learn : English (Beginner)
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Gringotage: grignotage
Proprices: propice (un R en trop)
Récipient: il faut prononcer le son ent. Tu as prononcé « récipi »
Piégez: on n’entend pas assez la lettre é. On croit que tu dis « pillez » (plunder).
Potentiel: tu ne prononces pas suffisamment le son en

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edhutchins88's picture
I learn : Chinese (Beginner) French (Beginner) German (Beginner) Portuguese (Beginner) Spanish (Beginner) Arabic (Beginner)
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Merci beaucoup Aurelien. Donc "grignotage " c'est correct (Est ce que peux me dire?)

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I learn : Chinese (Beginner) French (Beginner) German (Beginner) Portuguese (Beginner) Spanish (Beginner) Arabic (Beginner)
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Et "RÉCIPIENT" c'est comme:

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I learn : Chinese (Beginner) French (Beginner) German (Beginner) Portuguese (Beginner) Spanish (Beginner) Arabic (Beginner)
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Piégez c'est comme:

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I learn : Chinese (Beginner) French (Beginner) German (Beginner) Portuguese (Beginner) Spanish (Beginner) Arabic (Beginner)
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Et le mot "Potentiel" c'est comme:

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I learn : Chinese (Beginner) French (Beginner) German (Beginner) Portuguese (Beginner) Spanish (Beginner) Arabic (Beginner)
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Thanks again for all your help! I really do appreciate it and am very grateful :-)

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viking59's picture
I learn : English (Beginner)
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grignotage(gris-gno-taj) , récipient (ré-scie-pian) potentiel(peau-ten-ciel)
sinon c'est très bon bravo

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I learn : Chinese (Beginner) French (Beginner) German (Beginner) Portuguese (Beginner) Spanish (Beginner) Arabic (Beginner)
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Merci Viking59! I will practice these words again when I get home :-)

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