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Cinephile: Intermediate French Language and Culture through Film 2/e is a textbook for the second year college level course as taught in most colleges and universities, taught immediately following a complete first year. The text facilitates a review of linguistic concepts in the context of the whole language as well as expands vocabulary skills and skills in listening, speaking, writing and reading French. The use of film is fully integrated into the course, providing content as well as high interest motivation to the student and experience in a variety of real linguistic contexts.
Kerri Conditto has taught and studied language in the United States and France. She is currently a Lecturer in the Department of Romance Languages at Tufts University and the author of Cinephile: Intermediate French Language and Culture through Film, published by Focus Publishing.