You can either use this pocket-size, easy-to-navigate grammar as a quick trouble-shooter or you can work through it systematically as a grammar course. There is one main grammar point on each double-page-spread, with clear explanations, lots of examples and exercises to check you have understood the particular structure. The grammar coverage is extensive and will be right for you if you are a complete beginner or an intermediate to advanced student or if you are aiming to brush up rusty French. All the grammar points are illustrated with examples in sentences (with translations), so you see the structures in use at the same time as practising your French and increasing your vocabulary. The square, chunky format makes the book easy to carry in your bag or your pocket, so you can keep it handy to use as a useful resource whenever you need a quick answer to a grammar query.
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'A brilliant tool.' -- France Magazine 20051101About the Author:
Wendy Bourbon lectures in French for Buckingham Open College Network and has many years' experience of teaching French to adults at all levels. Duncan Sidwell is at present Senior Lecturer in Languages at the Open University. Elaine Haviland is a languages editor producing French teaching/learning materials for the Open University.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0071419969