This is a straighforward explanation of the basics of French grammar, with practice exercises. It is intended for the use of schools and colleges organizing preparation for GCSE or Standard Grade, and for students taking any post-16 French course or course component. It can also be used as a general reference source.
The book is designed to make the princiapl points of French grammar accessible and memorable for anyone wishing to learn or revise them. It does not assume a prior understanding of grammatical terms, and gives simple explanations of the purpose of each rule and structure. Examples taken from everyday language show clearly how each point is applied, and varied activities give opportunities to practice and to consolidate understanding. Answers to the activities are provided.
The straightforward text and practical exercises make this work useful for independent revision or study as well as for reference and prctice alongside course mateials. It should also be a valuable revision aid for those approaching examinations, whether pre- or post-16, and and accessible reference guide for those taking a language component as part of a broader course.
|Publisher:||Murray, John Publishers, Limited|
|Edition description:||2nd Ed|
|Product dimensions:||5.39(w) x 8.43(h) x (d)|
Table of ContentsNouns - identifying people, places and things
adjectives - describing people, places and things
pronouns - replacement for nouns
adverbs - describing where, when and how something is done
prepositions - describing how things relate to each other
verbs - identifying what is being done
further useful information
answers to activities.