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Coffman Croker Mary E. Грамматика французского языка 587 заданий с ответами (Schaum's Outline of French Grammar)

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Coffman Croker Mary E. Грамматика французского языка 587 заданий с ответами (Schaum's Outline of French Grammar)
McGraw-Hilll, 2009. — 384 p.
Like the previous editions, the fifth edition of this review book has been designed and developed in order to facilitate the study of French grammar. The book is divided into nine chapters. Each one con-centrates on the basic problem areas of the language: nouns and articles; adjectives and adverbs; prepositions; numbers, dates, and time; verbs; interrogatives; negatives; pronouns; and special meanings of certain verbs.
Each grammatical or structural point is introduced by a simple explanation in English. The explana-tion is further clarified by many concrete examples. It is recommended that you first read the explanation and then study the illustrative examples. You should then write out the answers to the exercises that follow. You should rewrite the entire sentence in fill-in-the-blank exercises even though only one or two words are required. It is recommended that you correct yourself immediately before proceeding to the next exercise. An answer key appears at the end of the book.
In this fifth edition, the grammar explanations have been revised for greater clarity, possible answers have been given as guidelines for answers to personalized questions, and the content has been updated to include new technology and the conversion from the franc to the euro.
Many of the exercises have been put into authentic, meaningful contexts and involve practical, real-life situations to which students can relate. Some of the exercises will require you to understand meaning as well as form in order to successfully complete them. Other exercises have been added to provide for open- ended and personalized answers. These exercises will help you develop proficiency in French and prepare for communicative activities in your classroom.
One of the most difficult and tedious tasks in acquiring a second language is learning the many forms that exist in the language, whether they are noun, adjective, or verb forms. In Schaum's Outline of French Grammar, all forms have been logically grouped in order to make their acquisition as simple as possible and also to minimize what at first appear to be irregularities. In many texts, the verbs courir, rire, rompre, and conclure are treated as separate irregular verbs in the present tense. You will note, however, that these verbs have a lot in common. The same endings as those for regular -re verbs are added to the infinitive stem except in the third person singular:
courir—il court, je cours, tu cours, nous courons, vous courez, ils courent rire—il rit, je ris, tu ris, nous rions, vous riez, ils rient
rompre—il rompt, je romps, tu romps, nous rompons, vous rompez, ils rompent conclure—il conclut, je conclus, tu conclus, nous concluons, vous concluez, ils concluent
Schaum's Outline of French Grammar can be used as a review text, as a companion to any basic text, or as a reference book. In order to reinforce each point you are learning in your basic text, you may wish to get additional practice by doing the clear, logically organized exercises provided throughout this book. Each chapter contains review exercises. These sections are indicated by the gray bar in the outer margin.
For a review of vocabulary organized by topic, see Schaum's Outline of French Vocabulary, Third Edition.
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