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Deux mondesis widely regarded as the most communicative text available for beginning French courses. Based on the Natural Approach developed by Tracy Terrell and Stephen Krashen, this text offers beginning language students a way to develop language proficiency (especially in listening and speaking) that allows them to participate in real conversations at a very early stage. The Natural Approach in general, andDeux mondes, Fifth Edition in particular, present material inductively (so that the activities drive the grammar), students quickly become excited about their rapid growth in comprehension and vocabulary acquisition and enjoy speaking in the non-threatening environment made possible by the activity formats.

Table of Contents

Note: The preliminary chapters and Chapter 1 of this Table of Contents provide a comprehensive listing of contents for those chapters, as representative of the other chapters. The outlines of Chapters 2-14 provide only the vocabulary topics and grammatical structures.

Premire tape Premires rencontres


La communication en classe

Qui est-ce? Les camarades de classe

Comment sont-ils? La description des personnes

Les vtements et les couleurs


Grammaire et exercices

  • A.1 Giving Instructions: Commands with vous
  • A.2 Identifying people: C'est..., Je m'appelle...
  • A.3. Gender and articles
  • A.4 Describing people: tre; subject pronouns, and ne... pas
  • A.5 Plural nouns and articles
  • A.6 Addressing others: Tu and vous
  • Deuxime tape Le monde tudiant


    Qu'est-ce qu'il y a dans la salle de classe?

    La date et l'alphabet

    Les nombres de 40 100 et l'heure

    Les cours

    La description des autres

    Grammaire et exercices

  • B.1 Expressing existence: Il y a
  • B.2 Asking questions
  • B.3 Spelling in French: The French alphabet
  • B.4 Telling time: Quelle heure est-il?
  • B.5 Expressing possession: The verb avoir
  • B.6 Describing with adjectives: More on gender agreement
  • B.7 Irregular plurals
  • Chapitre 1 Ma famille et moi

    Activits et lectures

    La famille

    Gots personnels

    Info / Socit: Portrait de famille

    Origines et renseignements personnels

    La vie de famille

    Info / Socit: Qui sont les Franais?

    Les francophones sur le vif: Marie-Claire Schmitt

    Lecture: Familles d'aujourd'hui

    Grammaire et exercices

  • 1.1 Expressing relationships: Possessive adjectives
  • 1.2 Expressing likes and dislikes: Aimer + infinitive
  • 1.3 Talking about dates and personal data: Numbers beyond 100
  • 1.4 Stating origin: The verb venir
  • 1.5 Talking about actions: Present of -er verbs
  • 1.6 Expressing relationships and possession: Contractions of de
  • Chapitre 2 La vie quotidienne et les loisirs

    Le temps, les saisons et les loisirs

    Les activits quotidiennes

    Les habitudes et les projets

    Aptitudes et rves

  • 2.1 Talking about activities and weather: The verb faire
  • 2.2 Talking about everyday activities: Reflexive verbs
  • 2.3 Going places and future actions: The verb aller, contractions of
  • 2.4 Making general statements: The impersonal subject on
  • 2.5 Abilities and desires: The verbs pouvoir, vouloir, and savoir
  • Chapitre 3 En ville

    Sorienter en ville

    La ville et les transports

    Les achats

    Les distractions

  • 3.1 Saying where things are: Prepositions of location
  • 3.2 Asking questions: Interrogative words
  • 3.3 Verbs like prendre
  • 3.4 Expressing necessity: Il faut and the verb devoir
  • 3.5 Pointing things out: Demonstrative adjectives
  • 3.6 Expressing quantities: Partitive articles
  • 3.7 The verbs sortir and dormir
  • 3.8 The verb courir
  • Chapitre 4 La maison et le quartier

    Les pices et les meubles

    Le logement

    Les tches et les loisirs

    La vie de quartier

  • 4.1 Describing: Placement of adjectives
  • 4.2 Making comparisons
  • 4.3 Regular -ir verbs
  • 4.4 Regular -re verbs, mettre
  • 4.5 Direct object pronouns
  • 4.6 Talking about knowing: The verb connatre
  • 4.7 Describing states of being: Idioms with avoir
  • Escales francophones: La France

    Chapitre 5 Dans le pass

    La vie quotidienne

    Les expriences

    Le week-end et les loisirs

    Faits personnels et historiques

  • 5.1 Saying what you did: Pass compos with avoir
  • 5.2 Irregular past participles
  • 5.3 Saying what you did : Pass compos with tre
  • 5.4 Pass compos of reflexive verbs
  • 5.5 Negative expressions
  • Chapitre 6 L'enfance et la jeunesse

    Les activits de lenfance

    La jeunesse

    Les rapports avec les autres

    Souvenirs et vnements du pass

  • 6.1 The verbs dire, lire, crire
  • 6.2 Saying what you used to do: The imperfect
  • 6.3 Describing past states: More on the imperfect
  • 6.4 Linking ideas: Relative pronouns
  • 6.5 Indirect object pronouns
  • 6.6 Idiomatic reflexive verbs
  • 6.7 The verbs voir and croire
  • 6.8 Different perspectives on the past: Summary of pass compos and imperfect
  • Escales francophones: Le Qubec

    Chapitre 7 table!

    Les aliments et les boissons

    On fait les provisions

    Lart de la cuisine

    Au restaurant

  • 7.1 Review of articles
  • 7.2 The verb boire
  • 7.2 Expressing quantities: The pronoun en
  • 7.3 More on asking questions: Qui, que, and quoi
  • 7.4 Ongoing actions: Etre en train de
  • 7.5 Ordering events: Avant, aprs
  • Chapitre 8 Parlons de la Terre

    En France et ailleurs

    Questions cologiques

    cologie humaine

  • 8.1 Expressing all and everything: Using tout
  • 8.2 Expressing location, destination, and origin: Prepositions + place names
  • 8.3 The verb vivre
  • 8.4 Review of direct and indirect objects: More on object pronouns
  • 8.5 Expressing should: More on devoir
  • 8.6 What was going on: More on the imperfect
  • Escales francophones: Le Sngal

    Chapitre 9 L'enseignement, les carrires et l'avenir

    Lenseignement et la formation professionnelle

    Le travail et les mtiers


  • 9.1 Other uses of y : J'y pense
  • 9.2 Emphatic pronouns
  • 9.3 Identifying and describing: C'est vs. il/elle est
  • 9.4 Saying what you've been doing: Present tense + depuis
  • 9.5 Saying what you will do: The future tense
  • Chapitre 10 Les voyages

    Voyages ltranger

    En voiture!

    Comment se dbrouiller

    Les achats, les produits et les matires

  • 10.1 Expressing obligation: Il faut que + subjunctive
  • 10.2 More about the subjunctive: Irregular-stem verbs
  • 10.3 Verbs for travelling: The verbs conduire and suivre
  • 10.4 Double object pronouns
  • 10.5 The superlative: Expressing extremes
  • 10.6 Making distinctions: Lequel and celui
  • Escales francophones: La Belgique

    Chapitre 11 Les moyens de communication

    Lunivers de llectronique

    On se distrait, on sinforme

    Les piges de linforoute

  • 11.1 Saying what you would do: The conditional
  • 11.2 The relative pronoun dont
  • 11.3 More on relative pronouns: Ce qui, ce que, ce dont
  • 11.4 Giving orders: Commands with pronouns
  • 11.5 Talking about hypothetical situations: More on the imparfait
  • Chapitre 12 La sant et les urgences

    La sant

    Les maladies et les traitements

    Les accidents et les urgences

  • 12.1 Saying what you want others to do: More on the subjunctive
  • 12.2 Changes of state: Pass compos vs. imperfect
  • 12.3 The present participle
  • 12.4 Expressing events in the recent past: Venir de + infinitive
  • 12.5 Narrating in the past tense: Pass compos vs. imperfect
  • Escales francophones: Les Antilles

    Chapitre 13 La famille et les valeurs en socit

    Lamour, lamiti et la famille

    La vie de famille

    Valeurs et dcisions

  • 13.1 Reciprocal actions: More on reflexive pronouns
  • 13.2 Describing actions: Adverbs
  • 13.3 Expressing feelings: More on the subjunctive
  • 13.4 A past in the past: The plus-que-parfait
  • 13.5 More on expressing possession: Possessive pronouns
  • Chapitre 14 Les enjeux du prsent et de l'avenir

    Lintgration sociale

    Lhritage du pass

    Les enjeux du XXIe sicle

  • 14.1 Should have: The past conditional of devoir
  • 14.2 Saying what you would have done: The past conditional
  • 14.3 Conjunctions: More on the subjunctive
  • 14.4 Expressing doubt and uncertainty: More on the subjunctive
  • Appendix A: Verbs ending in -er with spelling changes
    Appendix B: Verb + verb constructions
    Appendix C: Conjugations of regular and irregular verbs
    Appendix D: Answers to grammar exercises
    Lexique: Vocabulaire franais-anglais

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