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Web service or program that shows the use over time for a French word

In English when I want to see the evolution of the use of a term over time, I can use Google as shown below. Is there any similar website or program for French?
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Y a-t-il un équivalent de vocabulary.com en français?

Vocabulary.com est un site incroyable qui personnalise un programme d'apprentissage de vocabulaire pour les anglophones de tous niveaux, de niveau débutant jusqu'à niveau très avancé. Y a-t-il ...
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Where could I find “simple French novels”? [closed]

When I was learning English, there were some “simple English novels”, for example, “Désirée's diary”, or “treasure island”, that is, some classic novels, was modified to a simpler version, with ...
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Some “step-by-step French reading” resource recommendations? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Oxford 3000 For French When I was in Alliance Française, there were some “step-by-step” book to build French vocabulary. For example, one can choose some “500 words” ...
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Oxford 3000 for French

“The Oxford 3000” (PDF listing) is a selection of the 3000 most frequently used words in English. If you know them, you can understand the meaning of more than 80% of the words in a general text. Is ...
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Alternative à KnoWord pour développer mon français [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Are there good tools for learning to speak French? Je suis un étudiant et je veux apprendre de nouveaux mots. Quand j'apprends l'anglais, j'utilise http://knoword.org. ...
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Where can I find a online resource for assessing French proficiency or vocabulary?

I sometimes organize French language study group meetups. A serious problem is that people show up a wide spread of competencies. Successful study groups do best when most of the people are at a ...