The French Verb Express User Manual (Includes Over 700 Practice Verbs) ePub download
by Pierre C. Belanger
- ISBN: 0968086403
- ISBN13: 978-0968086407
- ePub: 1188 kb | FB2: 1624 kb
- Publisher: Language Express, Canada (1996)
- Rating: 4.8/5
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The book includes many phrasal verbs useful to students preparing for the Cambridge CAE, CPE and IELTS . Includes a comprehensive, student-friendly answer key and promotes good learning habits through study tips and follow-up tasks.
The book includes many phrasal verbs useful to students preparing for the Cambridge CAE, CPE and IELTS examinations. easy-to-use two-page units: phrasal verbs are presented and explained on left-hand pages with a range of different practice exercises on right-hand pages. Presents and explains approximately 1,000 phrasal verbs in typical contexts using short texts, dialogues, tables and charts. Contains a Mini dictionary with easy-to-understand definitions and cross references to units in the book. Format: pdf ( 2017, 2nd, 192p.
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A practical revision book for French Verbs offering a clear and easy-to-understand guide . An alphabetical index lists over 2000 widely used verbs, and each one cross-refers the user to its basic model in the main verb tables.
A practical revision book for French Verbs offering a clear and easy-to-understand guide with hundreds of exercises to help you prepare for exams. Designed for all those learning French at school, at work or at home. Hundreds of exercises are highlighted throughout the text to reinforce French verb tenses. Hundreds of exercises help you to practise all the major tenses.
Master verbs with the most comprehensive workbook for learners of French. Practice Makes Perfect: French Verb Tenses is the go-to-guide for clear, thorough explanations that pinpoint why a certain tense works in a given situation
Master verbs with the most comprehensive workbook for learners of French. Practice Makes Perfect: French Verb Tenses is the go-to-guide for clear, thorough explanations that pinpoint why a certain tense works in a given situation.
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That’s where Practice Makes Perfect: French Verb Tenses comes in. The ideal reference and workbook for beginning to intermediate French learners, Practice Makes Perfect: French Verb Tenses shows you when and why to use certain verb tenses and gives you plenty of examples, increasing your confidence in choosing the right word.
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