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“I was impressed with the variety of approaches representative of the natural way we learn a language.”
--Marie-Christine Rey-Bilbey, Thompson Rivers University
“I love the ‘problèmes de traduction’ sections at the end of each chapter…it is a useful resource for students wishing to advance more quickly in their understanding and mastery of syntax and idiomatic expression.”
“An excellent element of the programme is the fact that Cahier exercises refer students to the relevant sections to consult in the manual.”
“The English to French translation exercises in both textbook and Cahier make for very effective consolidation of the points covered.”
--Iris Black, Dalhousie University
“The ‘coin du correcteur’ is a great idea as it alerts students to specific errors commonly found in students’ papers.”
--Christian Mbarga, St. Thomas University
“Grammar is explained in a very clear manner in this book. Numerous examples are used to illustrate the explanations and the exceptions to the rule.”
“I find the section ‘Problèmes de traduction’ EXTREMELY helpful. It is very relevant as it always focuses on the difference between English and French which is the big problem for our students.”
--Geeta Paray-Clarke, University of Toronto
“Explications excellentes avec de très bons exemples pour un niveau de première annèe de français.”
--Béatrice Vernier-Larochette, Lakehead University
Cahier Reviews :
“J’apprécie beaucoup ‘exercise récurrent ‘Mots de la même famille’ qui permet aux étudiants d’enrichir leur vocabulaire.”
-- Béatrice Vernier-Larochette, Lakehead University
“The Cahier offers a wide range of different activities with varied degrees of difficulties.”
--Jean-Guy Mboudjeke, University of Windsor
Alain Favrod is a retired Professor from the Department of French Studies at York University.
Louise Morrison is an Associate Lecturer in the Department of French Studies at York University. Her areas of interest include linguistics applied to the teaching of French as a second language and the development of instructional materials for second language acquisition. Her research focuses on lexical acquisition and the application of psychology to the act of reading of first and second languages.