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Table des matièresLa francophonieRévisionA Les copains et l'écoleB La familleC Les coursesD En voyageE Les sportsF La routine quitidienneChapitre 1 Les loisirs culturelsChapitre 2 La santé et la médecineChapitre 3 Les télécommunicationsChapitre 4 Des voyages intêressantsChapitre 5 La banque et la posteChapitre 6 La gastronomieChapitre 7 La voiture et la routeChapitre 8 Un accident et l'hôpitalChapitre 9 L'hôtelChapitre 10 Les transports en communChapitre 11 À la ville et à la campagneChapitre 12 Les fêtesChapitre 13 Le savior-vivreChapitre 14 Les professions et les mêtiersLiterary CompanionLe Livre de mon pèreDeux poèmes africainsVole de nuitLe Malade imaginarie
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Posted June 15, 2003
I have had a french 2 course twice. once in middle school, and then again in high school. i felt that i wanted to take it again in high school, hoping to learn more in this more challenging environment. The very first french 2 class i took was using the previous edition of the glencoe french books. those books, although somewhat outdated, were comprehensive, simple, and easy to follow. However, i was in for a shock when i worked with the new edition. It seems as though the book was redone simply to take out 'francs' and write 'euros'. But they went terribly wrong. The diagrams are atrocious, and the vocabulary is not as extensive as it once was. I say, why change for euros? we know they dont use francs anymore!!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.