The Ultimate French Review and Practice
A Comprehensive Guide to French Grammar
- Total Grammar Study Program
- Practice with more than 400 contextual exercises
- Improve communication skills through grammar mastery
- Combination review manual and exercise book
Advance From Beginning French
In order to advance from beginning to intermediate French speaking, one must begin to master French's unique grammar. Speaking French is not a matter of simply learning different words and inserting them into the same place as in English sentences. No, in fact many apparent opportunities to simply mimic French are actually traps. In french you don't borrow things from others, you borrow things "to" others, or so it seems. You do not go downstairs in order to eat lunch. Instead, you "go downstairs eat lunch". One more. You do not say "I would like one." Instead, you effectively say "I of it would like one." Yes, French grammar is different.