Colloquial French Grammar: A Practical Guide

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Wiley, Oct 23, 2000 - Foreign Language Study - 245 pages
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Taking each of the key areas of French grammar in turn, Rodney Ball provides descriptions of the predominant forms of everyday, colloquial French. Assuming a basic knowledge of standard, grammatical structures and a familiarity with elementary grammatical terminology, the book uses excerpts from existing texts and exercises to aid and stimulate the reader. Designed specifically for the language-learner and those requiring a descriptive introduction to French structures, Colloquial French Grammar ] is the first systematic overview of its kind for non-native speakers.

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Rodney Ball is Senior Lecturer in French in the School of Modern Languages at the University of Southampton. He has published widely on current developments in the language, and is author of The French-Speaking World: a Practical Introduction to Sociolinguistic Issues (1997).

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