Peace Corps, 1966. — 649 pages.This textbook of French has been especially designed, to teach the langnage in a form which reflects its use as the official language of such West African nations as Senegal, Mali, Guinea, Dahomey, Niger, Upper Volta, Ivory Coast, and the Cameroun. In fact, French speaking West Africans (rather than French creaking Europeans) drafted most of the dialogues, and the names, topics, and idioms represent their choices.There are two principal ways in which French as spoken in West Africa differs from French as spoken in France. One is topical; the kinds of things which a West African talks about all the time nay be unknown or exotic to a European or American and vice versa. The other way in which African French may differ from European French is linguistic. French as spoken by West Africans seldom if ever sounds exactly like the French spoken by Frenchmen, though each may be equally "correct".
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