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Easy French Step-by-Step

Myrna Bell Rochester



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McGraw Hill
10 November 2008
Easy French Step-by-Step proves that a solid grounding in grammar basics is the key to mastering a second language. You are quickly introduced to grammatical rules and concepts in order of importance, which you can build on as you progress through the book. This book consists of 16 units of high-frequency grammar points explained in clear, snappy English for the advanced beginner. Examples and vocabulary are drawn from everyday expressions so learners can use the language right away. You will also learn more than 300 verbs, chosen by their frequency of use.Differences in French usage are outlined. Short, focused exercises throughout the book reinforce skills. Includes an answer key at the end of the book.

Imprint:   McGraw Hill
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 231mm,  Width: 193mm,  Spine: 20mm
Weight:   592g
ISBN:   9780071453875
ISBN 10:   0071453873
Pages:   400
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Preface xi I. First Elements of French 1. Nouns, Articles, and Descriptive Adjectives Gender and Number of Nouns and Articles The Definite Article Masculine Nouns Feminine Nouns Masculine and Feminine Articles Before a Vowel Sound or Mute h Singular Nouns and the Definite Article Learning the Gender of Nouns The Indefinite Article Masculine Nouns Feminine Nouns Plural Nouns Pronouncing the Plural Descriptive Adjectives Agreement of Adjectives in Gender and Number Adjectives of Color Adjectives That Precede the Noun Key Vocabulary Les adjectifs descriptifs (Descriptive Adjectives) Les cou/eurs (Colors) Key Vocabulary Les nationalities (Nationanlities) 2. The Verbs etre and avoir, Subject Pronouns, and Negation The Verbs The Verbs etre (to be) and avoir (to have) Aetre and Subject Pronouns Subject Pronouns Uses of Aetre Expressions with Aetre Key Vocabulary Conjonctions. quafificatifs. et adverbes (Conjunctions, Qualifiers, and Adverbs) Negation with ne ... pas The Verb avoir (to have) Ne ../ pas de ... with avoir If y a ... (There is ... , There are ... ) Expressions with avoir Key Vocabulary La maison (The House) Reading Comprehension: La maison de Jean-Pierre 3.Days and Months, Regular -er Vel bs in the Pl eSent Tense, and Interrogatives Days of the Week, Months, and Seasons Les jours de la semaine (Days of the Week) Les mois de I'annee (Months of the Year ) Les saisons (Seasons) Les parties du jour (Parts of the Day) Regular Verbs in the Present Tense Conjugating Regular -er Verbs Uses of the Present Tense Interrogatives and Interrogative Words Yes/No Questions Information Questions Key Vocabulary Noms mascu/ins (Masculine Nouns) Noms feminins (Feminine Noun~) Adjectifs (Adjectives) Conjonctions (Conjunctions) Reading Comprehension: Une petite ville en province 4 Numbers, Dates, and Time and Regular -ir Verbs in the Present Tense Cardinal Numbers Numbers from 0 to 99 Numbers from 100 Ordinal Numbers The Date and the Year Telling Time Regular -if Verbs in the Present Tense Key Vocabulary Les magas;ns et les commerces (Stores and Businesses) Key Vocabulary Les repas et Jes provisions (Meals and Groceries) Reading Comprehension: Au restaurant

Myrna Bell Rochester is a textbook author and editor. She has taught at UCLA and at Stanford University.

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