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Ultimate French Review and Practice ((Rev)99 - Old Edition)by David M. Stillman
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A good grasp of grammar enables the foreign-language learner to build skill and confidence in communication. Here's the "ultimate," painless way for intermediate and advanced learners to brush up on the rules. Each grammatical concept is explained and then illustrated with lively sentence examples; extensive exercises offer practice at applying this knowledge in everyday conversation. Also included are "culture notes," authentic documents, vocabulary boxes, and verb charts, as well as a full answer key and index.
Mastering French grammar for confident communication for intermediate and advanced students.
Table of Contents
Part One: Verbs- Basic Forms and Uses1. Present Tense2. Present tense of irregular verbs3. Negative sentences4. Interrogative sentences5. Imperative6. Passé composé7. Imperfect; imperfect versus passé compose8. Reflexive verbs9. Future and conditional; conditional sentences(1)10. Pluperfect, future perfect, and past conditional;11. Passé simple12. Present participles; uses of the infinitivePart Two: Nouns and Their Modifiers; Pronouns13. Nouns: gender, number and articles; uses of articles14. Stressed pronouns; subject- verb agreement15. Possessive and demonstrative adjectives and pronouns16. Interrogative adjectives and pronouns17. Adjectives; comparative and superlative18. Object pronounsPart Three: Other Elements of the Sentence19. Numbers; time; dates20. Adverbs21. Negatives and indefinites22. Prepositions; prepositions with geographical namesPart Four: Verbs in Two – Clause Sentences23. Relative clauses24. The present subjunctive25. The past subjunctive; literary subjunctives26. The subjunctive (continued)Part Five: Idiomatic Usage27. The passive voice and substitutes for the passive28. Important idioms and proverbsVerb ChartsAnswersIndex
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