Collins Easy Learning French Grammar  Michela Clari  2004

Collins Easy Learning French Grammar Michela Clari 2004

Written by: Harper Collins Publishers

  • Publisher: Bukupedia
  • Publish Date: 2004-07-04
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FOREWORD FOR LANGUAGE TEACHERS The fosy Leorning French Crommar is designed to be used with both young and adult learners, as a group reference book to complement your course book during classes, or as a recommended text for self-study and homework/coursework. The text specifically targets learners from ab initio to intermediate or CCSE level, and therefore its structural content and vocabulary have been matched to the relevant specifications up to and including Higher CCSE. The approach aims to develop knowledge and understanding of grammar and your learners' ability to apply it by: r defining parts of speech at the start of each major section with examples in English to clarify concepts e minimizing the use of grammar terminology and providing clear explanations of terms both within the text and in the Glossary o illustrating all points with examples (and their translations) based on topics and contexts which are relevant to beginner and intermediate course content The text helps you develop positive attitudes to grammar learning in your classes by: o giving clear, easy-to-follow explanations o prioritizing content according to relevant specifications for the levels . sequencing points to reflect course content, e.g. verb tenses o highlighting useful Tips to deal with common difficulties . summarizing Key points at the end of sections to consolidate learning In addition to fostering success and building a thorough foundation in French grammar, the optional Grammar Extra sections will encourage and challenge your learners to further their studies to higher and advanced levels. INTRODUCTION FOR STUDENTS Whether you are starting to learn French for the very first time, brushing up on topics you have studied in class, or revising for your CCSE exams, the fosy Leorning French Grommor is here to help. This easy-to-use guide takes you through all the basics you will need to speak and understand modern, everyday French. Newcomers can sometimes struggle with the technical terms they come across when they start to explore the grammar of a new language. fhe Eosy Leorning French Crammor explains how to get to grips with all the parts of speech you will need to know, using simple language and cutting out jargon. The text is divided into sections, each dealing with a particular area of grammar. Each section can be studied individually, as numerous crossreferences in the text point you to relevant points in other sections of the book for further information. Every major section begins with an explanation of the area of grammar covered on the following pages. For quick reference, these definitions are also collected together on pages viii-xii in a glossary of essential grammar terms. What is a verb? A verb is a 'doing' word which describes what someone or something does, what someone or something is, or what happens to them, for exampfe, be, sing, live. Each grammar point in the text is followed by simple examples of real French, complete with English translations, helping you understand the rules. Underlining has been used in examples throughout the text to highlight the

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