Bravo!

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Cengage Learning, Jan 1, 2011 - Foreign Language Study - 544 pages
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Bring parity to your intermediate course with BRAVO! Every component of this carefully crafted learning program is designed to enable students of diverse backgrounds to achieve success. The BRAVO! program is oriented toward high-frequency language functions--including a proven approach to grammar, fluid cultural integration, and the assiduous organization of chapter materials. No other intermediate French program offers more in-text study tools to help instructors teach and students learn effectively, bridging the gap between the introductory and intermediate course.
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Contents

Heureux de faire votre connaissance
1
Je tinvite
47
Qui suisje?
95
On ne croira jamais ce qui mest arrivé
139
Exprimezvous
189
À mon avis
231
Qui vivra verra
277
La vie nest jamais facile
321
Expressions Supplémentaires
462
Expressions Supplémentaires
474
Les Temps Littéraires
476
Les Verbes
478
Lexique françaisanglais
494
Expressions Typiques Pour
511
Mots Et Expressions Utiles
512
Grammaire
513

Je prendrais bien celuici
371
En somme
417
Évaluation Des Compositions
461
Credits for design elements
517
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Judy Muyskens is currently the provost of Nebraska Wesleyan University. Judy Muyskens formerly served as the vice president for academic programs for the Appalachian College Association and had worked at Colby-Sawyer College in New Hampshire for 10 years. Her publications include French language instruction texts and literary anthologies. In addition, she has published a number of articles including such titles as "Universities and Secondary School Articulation" and "French Women in Language Textbooks: The Fiction and the Reality.

Linda L. Harlow is Associate Provost of the Honors and Scholars Center at Ohio State and Associate Professor of French. She has published articles and book reviews of a pedagogical nature. Her research interests include foreign language pedagogy, TA training, and sociopragmatics.

Michèle Vialet is a professor of Romance Languages and Literature at the University of Cincinnati. Her research areas include North African Women Writers (Assia Djebar), 17th-Century French Literature, and Literary Representation of Islamic Issues and Societies.

Jean-Fran?ois Bri?re is an associate professor at State University of New York at Albany. He has been actively involved in publishing and research.

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