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Side By Side: French and English Grammar (original 1995; edition 1995)

by Edith R. Farrell, C. Frederick Farrell, Jr.

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Title:Side By Side: French and English Grammar
Authors:Edith R. Farrell
Other authors:C. Frederick Farrell, Jr.
Info:McGraw-Hill Companies (1995), Paperback, 124 pages
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Side by Side French & English Grammar by Edith R. Farrell (1995)

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A comparative and simple approach to learning the grammar of a new language

The Side-by-Side Grammar books present explanations of the essential elements of Spanish or French grammar alongside their English-language equivalents. This method allows students to build on what they already know; not only do readers learn grammar for a new language but also enjoy the added benefit of strengthening their grammar skills in their native tongue !

Each lesson clearly explains functions and uses of the different parts of speech and includes abundant examples for each entry. Because the vocabulary is limited to frequently used words, students can concentrate more on a sentence's structure instead of becoming tangled in its meaning. A "Quick Check" section summarizes main ideas in each section and helps readers retain the most important information. New to these editions are exercise sections to further reinforce students' comprehension.

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This reference and practice book presents French grammar through comparisons to the English language; the idea is for the learner to build on what they already know from their native tongue. Besides a comparativge explanation of grammatical points, the book includes 'quick check' sections to summarize key ideas and an exercise section with answer key.… (more)

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