right and wrong cases method

right and wrong cases method
French\ \ méthode de tout ou rien; méthode de l'erreur et de la vérité des épreuves
German\ \ richtigen und falschen Fälle Methode
Dutch\ \ right and wrong cases method
Italian\ \ metodo dei casi giusti o sbagliati
Spanish\ \ método de los casos correctos y erróneos
Catalan\ \ mètode dels casos correctes i erronis
Portuguese\ \ método dos casos correctos e errados; método dos casos corretos e errados (bra)
Romanian\ \ -
Danish\ \ -
Norwegian\ \ -
Swedish\ \ -
Greek\ \ σωστό και το λάθος περιπτώσεις η μέθοδος
Finnish\ \ oikeiden ja väärien tapausten menetelmä
Hungarian\ \ igaz és hamis esetek módszere
Turkish\ \ doğru ve yanlış durumlar yöntemi (metodu)
Estonian\ \ õigete ja valede juhtumite meetod
Lithuanian\ \ bandymų ir klaidų metodas
Slovenian\ \ -
Polish\ \ metoda prób i błędów
Russian\ \ правильные и неправильные методы анализа (конкретных) ситуаций
Ukrainian\ \ -
Serbian\ \ -
Icelandic\ \ rétt og rangt mál aðferð
Euskara\ \ -
Farsi\ \ -
Persian-Farsi\ \ -
Arabic\ \ طريقة حالات الخطأ والصواب
Afrikaans\ \ metode van regte en verkeerde gevalle
Chinese\ \ 是 非 状 况 法
Korean\ \ 옳고그름(잘잘못)사례방법

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