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This book provides a wealth of examples that establish points of comparison and contrast between confusing structures in French and English.Contrastesis designed to anticipate and address the unique set of questions and common confusions encountered by English speakers when learning French grammar. It discusses intermediate to advanced topics, focusing on culture, grammar, and translation.For those developing intermediate French-speaking skills.
Table of Contents
|Le present de lrsquo;indicatif; Lrsquo;imperatif|
|Les articles; Quantites, preparations et subtances; Omission de lrsquo;article|
|Les pronoms objets directs et indirects; Les pronoms y et en; Place des pronoms|
|Les pronoms disjoints; Formes des pronoms dans certaines constructions idiomatiques|
|Les adjectifs et pronoms demonstratifs|
|Le passe de lrsquo;indicatif; Le recit au passe|
|Les participes present et passe|
|Le futur et le conditionnel|
|Lrsquo;expression de la condition|
|Le discours indirect au passe|
|Les subordonnees relatives|
|Lrsquo;expression du temps|
|Pluriels et accords|
|Temps rares ou litteraires|
|Tableaux de verbes Reponses|
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