Read Write Speak French ePub download
by R. Brunetti
- ISBN: 0553231634
- ISBN13: 978-0553231632
- ePub: 1166 kb | FB2: 1871 kb
- Publisher: Bantam Books; 12 th april 1980 edition (April 1980)
- Rating: 4.7/5
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Does anyone know of a free online textbook for French? My learning style really works best with structured lessons . If you don't mind spending a little money, the book Read, Write, Speak French, by Mendor Brunetti, is really good. You can find it for sale very inexpensively, used.
Does anyone know of a free online textbook for French? My learning style really works best with structured lessons, like a textbook would have, maybe with a few exercises, and plenty of grammar lessons.
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