Allons-y!: Le Francais par etapes (with Audio CD) / Edition 6

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Overview

ALLONS-Y! continues to set the standard for a communicative approach to beginning French. With its proven etapes organization and newly expanded technology package, ALLONS-Y! provides immediately useful language skills for the real world.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781413001907
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 7/3/2003
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 6
  • Pages: 624
  • Sales rank: 765,893
  • Product dimensions: 7.80 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Jeannette D. Bragger is a former professor of French at the Pennsylvania State University. Her research interests include second language acquisition and the application of theoretical constructs to the field of pedagogy and language teaching. Professor Bragger is the co-author of ALLONS-Y!; JE VEUX BIEN!; and QUANT A MOI. She received her Ph.D. from the University of California at Santa Barbara.

Donald B. Rice was Professor Emeritus of French, Hamline University. His research interests included literary theory and twentieth-century French novels. He is co-author of ALLONS-Y!; JE VEUX BIEN!; and AUTOUR DE LA LITTÉRATURE. Professor Rice received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin.

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Table of Contents

Chapitre preliminaire: Allons au cafe. 1. ALLONS PRENDRE QUELQUE CHOSE! Première Étape: Commandons! Fonctions: asking for and giving information about basic activities. Hesitating in order to gain time to think. Structures: L'article indefini. Le present des verbes reguliers en -er (1ère et 2e personnes). Quelques adverbs. Formes interrogatives. Tuyau-Prononciation: Les consonnes finales non prononcees. Deuxième Étape: Salut…Bonjour… Fonctions: understanding a simple conversation upon meeting someone for the first time. Meeting and greeting people. Structures: Le present des verbes reguliers en -er (3e personne). L'article defini (le, la l', les). Tuyau-Prononciation: Les consonnes finales prononcees. Troisième Étape: Tu aimes les fastfoods? Fonctions: reading a cafe and a fast-food menu; getting something to eat and drink. Structures: Le present du verbe irregulier être. Les adjectifs de nationalite. Les noms de profession. Tuyau-Prononciation: Les consonnes finales + e. Point d'arrivee Aperçus Culturels: Paris. Pour en savoir Plus. 2. FAISONS CONNAISSANCE! Première Étape: C'est a toi, ça? Fonctions: talking about possessions. Having someone repeat what you have not heard or understood. Structures: Le present de verbe irregulier avoir et quelques questions avec avoir Il y a, voila et voici. L'article defini (le, la l', les) (suite). L'adjectif possessif (1ère et 2e personnes). Tuyau- Prononciation: La combinaison qu. Deuxième Étape: Chacun ses gouts. Fonctions: expressing likes and dislikes. Reading a short descriptive text about people. Structures: Les questions d'information qui, où, que et pourquoi. Le present du verbe irregulier faire et quelques expressions avec faire. Tuyau-Prononciation: La combinaison ch. Troisième Étape: Voici ma famille! Fonctions: describing your family. Understanding people talking about themselves and their families. Structures: L'apparence; Les nombres de 0 a 69; Combien de…? Quel âge avez-vous? Les adjectifs possessifs (3e personne). Tuyau-Prononciation: Les consonnes c et g. Point d'arrivee Aperçus Culturels: La Bretagne. Dossiers Decouvertes: Paris. 3. RENSEIGNONS-NOUS! Première Étape: Faisons connaissance de la ville! Fonctions: identifying and locating places in a city. Making plans. Structures: le verbe irregulier aller. Quelques adverbs. La preposition a et. l'article defini. le futur immediat Tuyau. Prononciation: La combinaison gn. Deuxième Étape: Où se trouve…? Fonctions: asking for and giving directions. Giving orders and suggesting activities. Indicating possession. Structures: La preposition de et l'article defini. De et les prepositions de lieu. L'imperatif. Tuyau-Prononciation: La consonnes. Troisième Étape: Rendez-vous a 10 heures. Fonctions: telling time. Reading a tourist brouchure. Understanding discussions of plans and activities. Structures: Le present du verbe. Irregulier prendre. Quelle heure est-il? Quelques expressions pour parler de l'heure. Tuyau-Prononciation: La consonne t. Point d'arrivee Aperçus Culturels: Tarascon. Pour en savoir Plus. 4. ALLONS EN VILLE! Première Étape: Vous allez en ville? Fonctions: making plans to do various activities in town. Understanding conversations about making plans. Structures: Les jours de la semaine. Le present du verbe. irregulier vouloir et quelques expressions avec vouloir. Tuyau-Prononciation: Les consonne finales m et n. Deuxième Étape: Prenons le metro! Fonctions: using the Paris subway. Talking about future plans. Structures: Les adverbes designant le present et le future. Les expressions esperer et avoir l'intention de. Tuyau-Prononciation: Les consonnes m et n ai milieu d'un mot. Troisième Étape: Je veux prendre un taxi! Fonctions: talking about various means of urban transportation. Reading short informational texts about transportation. Structures: Le present des verbes pronominaux. Le futur immediat des verbes pronominaux. Tuyau-Prononciation: Les consonnes m et n suivies de la voyelle e. Point d'arrivee Aperçus Culturels: Le Senegal. Dossiers Decouvertes: La France. 5. AMUSONS-NOUS! Première Étape: Quel temps fait-il? Fonctions: talking about events in the past. Talking about the weather. Structures: Les mois de l'annee. Le passe compose avec avoir. Tuyau-Prononciation: Les voyelles a et i. Deuxième Étape: Tu veux voir le nouveau film au Gaumont les Halles? Fonctions: talking about events in the past. Reading informational materials about leisure time activities. Structures: Les adverbes et les prepositions designant le passe. Le passe compose avec être. Tuyau-Prononciation: La voyelle u. Troisième Étape: On pourrait faire une excursion! Fonctions: understanding conversations about leisure-time activities. Organizing leisure-time activities. Structures: Le passe compose et les verbes pronominaux. Tuyau-Prononciation: Les combinaisons ai et au. Point d'arrivee Aperçus Culturels: L'Alsace. Pour en savoir plus. 6. ALLONS FAIRE LES COURSES! Première Étape: Chez les commerçants du quartier. Fonctions: asking for information and making purchases in stores. Understanding information presented by salespeople. Structures: Les adjectifs demonstratifs (ce, cet, cette, ces). Les expressions de quantite. Tuyau-Prononciation: La voyelle e. Deuxième Étape: On fait les courses. Fonctions: using a variety of expressions to say what you want to buy. Expressing quantities. Structures: Le partitif. Les nombres de 70 a 1,000,000. Tuyau Prononciation: Les voyelles e et ê. Troisième Étape: Au centre commercial. Fonctions: reading ads about a variety of products. Choosing the right store when making a purchase. Structures: Le present et le passe compose du verb irregulier devoir. L'adjectif interrogatif quell. Tuyau-Prononciation: La voyelle e. Point d'arrivee Aperçus Culturels: Bordeaux. Dossiers decouvertes: La Franche-Comte. 7. PARLONS DES ÉTUDES! Première Étape: L'universite. Fonctions: describing objects. Reading texts and documents about French education. Structures: L'accord des adjectives. Le pluriel des adjectives. La place des adjectives. Tuyau-Prononciation: La voyelle o. La combinaison ou. Deuxième Étape: Les profs et les etudiants. Fonctions: describing people. Comparing objects and people. Structures: Les adjectifs (suite). Le comparatif. Meilleur et mieux. Tuyau-Prononciation: La combinaison oi. Troisième Étape: Les cours. Fonctions: talking about your university and your studies. Understanding conversations about academic life. Structures: Les verbes reguliers en -ir. L'interrogation l'inversion. Point d'arrive Aperçus Culturels: Lyon. Pour en Savoir Plus. 8. SOIGNONS-NOUS! Première Étape: Ça va? Ça ne va pas? Fonctions: referring to your habitual actions in the past. Telling what you can and cannot do. Structures: L'imparfait. Le verbe irregulier pouvoir. Tuyau-Prononciation: La consonne l. Deuxième Étape: À la pharmacie. Fonctions: understanding conversations about health and physical fitness. Reading documents and texts dealing with health and physical fitness. Structures: L'imparfait (suite). Le verbe irregulier devoir (suite). Tuyau-Prononciation: La combinaison ll. Troisième Étape: Pour être en bonne forme... Fonctions: talking about your own and other people's health and physical fitness. Telling what you do and do not know how to do. Structures: Le verbe irregulier savoir. Les expressions depuis quand, depuis combien de temps et depuis. Tuyau-Prononciation: La combinaison ill après une voyelle. Point d'arrivee Aperçus Culturels: Le Maroc. Dossiers Decourtes La francophonie. 9. FAISONS DES ÉTUDES À L'ÉTRANGER! Première Étape: Un programme d'etude a Strasbourg. Fonctions: reading documents and texts dealing with study abroad and lodging. Understanding conversations about study abroad and lodging. Structures: Le superlative. L'heure officielle. Tuyau-Prononciation: Le e caduc et la loi des trois consonnes. Deuxième Étape: Quelques jours a l'hôtel. Fonctions: reserving and paying for a hotel room. Telling time using the 24-hour clock. Structures: Les nombres ordinaux. Les verbes irreguliers sortir et partir. Tuyau-Prononciation: Le e caduc et les groupes figes. Troisième Étape: Chez le Baptizet. Fonctions: describing the layout of a house. Narrating in past time. Structures: L'imparfait et le passe compose. Tuyau-Prononciation: Le e caduc (suite). Point d'arrivee Aperçus Culturels: La Louisiane. Pour en savoir plus. 10. INSTALLONS-NOUS! Première Étape: On cherche un appartement. Fonctions: describing a house or apartment. Reading classified ads and brochures about lodging. Structures: Le verbe irregulier connaître. Le verbe irregulier mettre. Tuyau-Prononciation: Le groupement des mots. Deuxième Étape: On s'installe. Fonctions: getting information about people and things. Talking about finding and moving into a house or apartment. Structures: Les pronoms interrogatifs (personnes). Le verbe irregulier venire. Tuyau-Prononciation: L'accent. Troisième Étape: On invite des amis. Fonctions: talking about organizing a party. Getting others to do something. Expressing actions in the recent past. Structures: Les pronoms interrogatifs (choses). L'expression venir de. Tuyau-Prononciation: L'intonation. Point d'arrivee Aperçus Culturels: La Normandie. Dossiers Decouvertes: Le Quebec. 11. CHERCHONS DU TRAVAIL! Première Étape: Les petites annonces. Fonctions: talking about employment opportunities. Expressing necessity, emotions, wishes. Structures: L'emploi de l'infinitif et du subjonctif pour exprimer la necessite. Les verbes irreguliers au present du subjonctif. Tuyau-Prononciation: Les liaisons obligatoires. Deuxième Étape: J'ai besoin d'un costume. Fonctions: naming and describing clothing. Making purchases in a clothing store. Structures: Les pronoms d'objet direct (le, la l', les). Les pronoms d'objet indirect (lui, leur). Tuyau-Prononciation: Les liaisons interdites. La liaison et la consonne h. Troisième Étape: Une interview. Fonctions: participating in a job Interview. Understanding conversations about work. Reading documents about the business world. Structures: Les verbes reguliers en -re. Point d'arrivee Aperçus Culturels: Toulouse. Pour en savoir Plus. 12. VOYAGEONS! Première Étape: On prend le train. Fonctions: making arrangements to travel by train; talking about geographic locations. Describing people and things. Structures: Les noms geographiques et les Prepositions. Les pronoms y et en. Tuyau-Prononciation: L'intonation. Deuxième Étape: Sur les routes at les autoroutes. Fonctions: making arrangements to travel by car. Talking about the future. Understanding conversations about travel. Structures: Le verbe irreguliere voir. Tuyau-Prononciation: L'intonation (suite). Troisième Étape: Allons au restaurant! Fonctions: ordering a meal in a restaurant. Making hypothetical statements. Reading travel documents and menus. Structures: Le conditionnel. Les pronoms relatifs qui et que. Point d'arrivee Aperçus Culturels: La Suisse. Pour en savoir Plus.

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