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'French Grammar and Usage' has rapidly established itself as the most up-to-date grammar on the market. It provides English speaking students and teachers with a comprehensive and accessible guide to French grammar. Praised for its clear lay-out and lucid explanations, this essential learning tool has now been revised in response to extensive feedback from teachers using the first edition. The improvements of the second edition include a through reworking of the index and cross-referencing, minor structural reorganisation of material, and updated examples.
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...focuses on those aspects of French grammar known to cause difficulties for English-speaking learners of French. It uses an up-to-date approach with modern terminology, but takes care to ensure that all terms and ideas are clearly explained. Students and teachers alike will find that it does an excellent job.
Professor R. A. Lodge, University of St. Andrews,
This book is a major contribution to reference works on French grammar.
...a comprehensive and reliable grammar...
French Language Studies
'What I particularly like about this book is the fact that its explanations are rooted in current research on spoken and written French discourse. In addition, it provides students with a variety of tools that they can use to make different types of analogies and generalizations; the acquisition of such tools allows them to continue the acquisition process well beyond any course.'
Roger Hawkins is Professor of Language and Linguistics at the University of Essex. Richard Towell is Professor of French Applied Linguistics at the University of Salford and a past President of the Association of French Language Studies.
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Book Description Routledge, 2001. Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # Q-0340760753