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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, Sixth 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|
|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. Premiegrave;re eacute;tape Premiegrave;res rencontres Activiteacute;s La communication en classe Qui est-ce? Les camarades de classe Comment sont-ils?|
|La description des personnes Les vecirc;tements et les couleurs Rencontres Grammaire et exercices|
|Giving Instructions: Commands with vous|
|Identifying people: C'est..., Je m'appelle...|
|Gender and articles|
|Describing people: Ecirc;tre; subject pronouns, and ne... pas|
|Plural nouns and articles|
|Addressing others: Tu and vous Deuxiegrave;me eacute;tape Le monde eacute;tudiant Activiteacute;s Qu'est-ce qu'il y a dans la salle de classe? La date et l'alphabet Les nombres de|
|agrave; 100 et l'heure Les cours La description des autres Grammaire et exercices|
|Expressing existence: Il y a|
|Spelling in French: The French alphabet|
|Telling time: Quelle heure est-il?|
|Expressing possession: The verb avoir|
|Describing with adjectives: More on gender agreement|
|Ma famille et moi Activiteacute;s et lectures La famille Goucirc;ts personnels Info / Socieacute;teacute;: Portrait de famille Origines et renseignements personnels La vie de famille Info / Socieacute;teacute;: Qui sont les Franccedil;ais? Les francophones sur le vif: Marie-Claire Schmitt Lecture: Familles d'aujourd'hui Grammaire et exercices|
|Expressing relationships: Possessive adjectives|
|Expressing likes and dislikes: Aimer + infinitive|
|Talking about dates and personal data: Numbers beyond 100|
|Stating origin: The verb venir|
|Talking about actions: Present of -er verbs|
|Expressing relationships and possession: Contractions of de|
|La vie quotidienne et les loisirs Le temps, les saisons et les loisirs|
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