Click the items on the right to make them switch position, so that they match with the items on the left.
Drag the items on the right up or down into the correct position, so that they match with the items on the left.
The 2 cards change every few seconds.
If the items are correctly matched, click the button!
Run through the items in the original sequence or jumbled up. Do you know the answer? Think or say the answer, then click the ? to see the answer. Did you get it right?
Merry Christmas :0)
I thought I'd try this out.
One simple daily routine text in the present tense (every day).
Then the same text in the perfect tense (yesterday).
Then in the simple "aller + infinitive" future (tomorrow).
Then finally in the imperfect (when I was little).
See the various embedded exercises below, which are normally accessed via these buttons on the textivate menu screen:
1. Drag the tiles into the correct order. (NB. It starts with "Tous les jours..."):
This post features an embedded exercise based on a short beginner's French dialogue.
The exercise is an example of the "Initials" exercise, which is accessed via this button on the textivate menu screen:
An example of the "Space" activity, which is accessed via this button on the textivate menu screen:
Separate the words in the text below by clicking between them.
Some information about the 4 different text types available to textivate users. In a nutshell they work as follows:
- Public = accessible by all and searchable via the textivate browser.
- Shareable = shareable via url or embed code. NOT searchable via the textivate browser.
- Private = only accessible by the text contributor, when logged in, via the "My online texts" browser.
- MySite = only accessible when embedded on the site specified by the contributor.
The exercises below give a bit more information about the text types.
(The text used for the exercises below is a public text.)
"MySite" texts = texts which can only be accessed via a particular website or domain, allowing users / webmasters / content providers to create interactive text-based exercises that can only be accessed via their own website.
See the exercise below, as an example.