French Conversation in colour - Collins Easy Learning French (Bilingue Fr-Anglais)

Livre | Format : Livre broché | Editeur : HarperCollins | Date de parution : 22/01/2007

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Résumé

An exciting addition to the Easy Learning range, Easy Learning French Conversation is a unique guide to communicating in French. It will help you to find out more about French culture and to practise your spoken French with a free downloadable audio file.

Collins Easy Learning French Conversation is an ideal tool for learners of French at all levels, whether at school, in evening classes or at home, and is indispensable for business or leisure.

The text consists of 12 units, each illustrating the language used in a particular situation, followed by a summary which gives all the key phrases covered throughout the book. The One-stop phrase shop unit gives you all the everyday expressions and language structures you need to speak in natural French. Finally, the short grammar and verb supplement and the glossary give you further help and ensure that you have everything you need at your fingertips, and the free audio download helps you to communicate with confidence.

 Easy to use: all the phrases you need in order to communicate effectively in natural French.

 Easy to read: clear, colour layout ensures that you find what you are looking for quickly and easily.

 Easy to understand: thousands of examples show how French is really used.

Some of the other titles available in the Collins Easy Learning French range are Collins Easy Learning French Dictionary, Collins Easy Learning French Grammar, Collins Easy Learning French Verbs and Collins Easy Learning French Words.

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EAN 9780007229741
ISBN 0007229747
Numéro d'édition 1
Format Livre broché
Support Non
Éditeur HarperCollins
Langue Bilingue Fr-Anglais
Largeur 13.2 cm
Longueur 19.6 cm
Épaisseur 1.5 cm
Poids 0.35 kg
Impression à la demande Non
Catégories Livres, Méthodes anglophones

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