Presentationes tricolumnar del textos de “Interlingua multilingue”

(Languages of this post: Interlingua, English)

Pro un amico mie qui ha comenciate le studio del espaniol e del portugese io ha preparate duo documentos pro facilitar su studio de iste linguas. Un de iste documentos es un presentation tricolumnar de textos in espaniol, interlingua, e anglese que io ha publicate recentemente in “Interlingua multilingue”. Le altere es un simile presentation de textos in interlingua, portugese, e anglese.

Pro preparar iste documentos, io usava Microsoft Word e un tabula de tres columnas. Con iste formato il esseva multo facile alinear le prime linea de cata paragrapho–que facilita grandemente le comparation de iste textos. Isto es probabilemente le formato le plus efficace pro le studio detaliate de iste linguas.

Io vos invita a preparar simile documentos o pro vostre proprie uso o pro le uso de iste textos in vostre proprie classes si vos insenia iste linguas. E si vos vole rediger le linguage de iste textos pro reflecter vostre proprie practicas in le uso de iste linguas, vos es multo benvenite a facer isto.

Three-column presentations of the texts of “Interlingua multilingue”

For a friend of mine who has started to study Spanish and Portuguese I have prepared two documents to help him in his study of these languages. One of these documents is a three-column presentation of texts in Interlingua, Spanish, and English that I have recently published in “Interlingua multilingue.” The other one is a similar presentation of texts in Interlingua, Portuguese, and English.

To prepare these documents, I used Microsoft Word and a three-column table. With this format it was very easy to line up the first line of each paragraph–which makes it much easier to compare these texts. This is probably the the most effective format for the detailed study of these languages.

I invite you to prepare similar documents either for your own use or for the use of these texts in your own classes if you teach these languages. And if you want to edit the languages of these texts to reflect your own practices in the use of these languages, you are quite welcome to do this.

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