A New Approach to French Grammar

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University Press of America, 2006 - Foreign Language Study - 249 pages
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A New Approach to French Grammar is a major reference work on global themes for the study of the French language. Intended primarily as a textbook for English speaking countries, this book offers a comprehensive overview of all aspects of French grammar complete with examples, explanations, and definitions. Starting from basic pronunciation and working through the article, gender and verbal systems, prepositional and verbal phrases, and special grammatical points, this text covers all levels of French grammar.
 

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Contents

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Abou Bai-Sheka is Assistant Professor in French and Applied Linguistics at Western Washington University.

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