9780071476959

Practice Makes Perfect: Advanced French Grammar All You Need to Know For Better Communication

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  • ISBN13:

    9780071476959

  • ISBN10:

    0071476954

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 5/1/2008
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

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Summary

More practice to expand your French skills The Practice Makes Perfect series has helped thousands learn the basics of French, from vocabulary to prepositions, verbs, and beyond. Now this innovative series turns its attention to advanced students of French who have the foundation of good language skills and want to take their knowledge to the next level. To help you evolve your language skills, this book focuses on more sophisticated grammar topics that are essential to constructing longer, more complex sentences. They especially highlight more troublesome areas, such as the correct use of object pronouns.

Author Biography

Véronique Mazet, Ph.D., teaches French at Austin Community College and is the author of Correct Your French Blunders.

Table of Contents

Introduction
1.Understanding the verb
2. Compound tenses and agreement of the past participle
3. Use of the past tenses
4. Translanting the -ing form into french
5. Relative tenses introduced by que
6. The subjunctive
7. Relative tenses not introduced by que
8. Articles
9. Other determiners
10. Relative pronouns
11. Neutral relative pronouns: translanting a different kind of what
12. Determing a noun with prepositions
13. Object pronouns
14. Position of object pronouns
15. Expressing this is and that is ce, ça, and il
16. Questions
17. Translanting for , since, and a few other expressions of time
16. Negative sentences
Answer key

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