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Based on the conviction that a solid knowledge of French grammar isessential, En bonne forme introduces each grammar topic byway of one or more excerpts of French or francophone literature.These reading selections (Lectures), at the beginning ofeach chapter, illustrate the grammar topic.
The core of the chapter is the grammar section(Grammaire). It consists of a thorough explanation of eachgrammar topic with reinforcement exercises after each major step.Supplements de grammaire consist of a selection of idiomaticexpressions that appear in the Lecture or are related to thegrammar topic. Each item is followed by reinforcement exercises.The fourth major feature, the Synthese section, containscontextualized activities, communicative activities in pairs andgroups and topics for written composition. En bonne formeprovides ample opportunity to improve all four skills-reading,writing, listening, and especially speaking.
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En bonne forme is a fully integrated Intermediate French program, based on the conviction that a solid knowledge of French grammar is essential for solid acquisition of the language. Although the core of each chapter is the grammar section, students are given ample opportunity throughout to improve all four skills--reading, writing, listening, and speaking. All of the grammar explanations and exercise directions are given in French to encourage greater acquisition of the language. Reading selections, carefully chosen to illustrate the grammar structures presented in each chapter, are immediately reinforced with exercises.
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Simone Renaud was born in France, raised in Morocco (North Africa), and studied for seven years in the Sorbonne where her degrees (Licence de lettres classiques, CAPES de Lettres Modernes, Diplome de professeur de franšais Ó l'Útranger) prepared her for teaching French abroad. Her teaching experience includes teaching French in Geneva (Switzerland) for Smith College and teaching all levels, from beginners to Master Degree classes and assistants programs, at the University of Oregon in Eugene and at San Jose State University. She created and ran for many years the Alliance Franšaise of Santa Cruz, CA, where she is retired. In addition, Professor Renaud has authored many successful French textbooks.
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