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A French reader for beginners

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        StatementF. S. Crofts & co.
        PublishersF. S. Crofts & co.
        LC Classifications1934
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 111 p. :
        Number of Pages96
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata

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A French reader for beginners by F. S. Crofts & co. Download PDF EPUB FB2

DIALOGUE I'm telling Mom how our trip is going? You can increase your vocabulary and ability to read French. As boring as the first section is full of stories about Marc and Julie and their dialogues about the differences between French and Englishit was ACTUALLY READABLE by a person with rudimentary Duolingo French skills. How to say some numbers in French? A very useful book for someone at the beginning to intermediate stages of learning French.

The author maintains learners' motivation with funny stories about real life situations such as meeting people, studying, job searches, working etc.

French Reader For Beginners (1922): Wooley, Elmer Otto, Bourdin, Henri Louis, Gilbert, Bates: 9781164652342: Books

This book entries very basic elemental words months, seasons, numbers, time and directions and basic everyday short phrases in various scenes and situations salutations, self-introduction, telephone calling and in hotel, driving, restaurant, store, post office, hospital, pharmacy and emergency.

The aim is not complete comprehension; it is to expose yourself to as much authentic French as possible. The story is full of suspense. You must have basic French vocabulary to read this. While this is probably useful anthology of general French Literature, its title, particularly when compared to other First Readers published by Dover, is misleading.