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Practice Makes Perfect Basic French [Format Kindle]

Eliane Kurbegov

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Learn Latin in bite-sized lessons!

The key to Practice Makes Perfect: Basic Latin is how manageable the grammar and vocabulary are presented to you. You’re not overwhelmed by it all! Supported by engaging exercises, these 50 units cover all aspects of grammar and vocabulary, giving you a solid foundation in the language. Each unit is three pages in length, and you can expect to be completed with each in 10 to 15 minutes.


  • Key grammatical concepts and core vocabulary are absorbed almost effortlessly through exercises
  • Flexibility for self-study or as a complement to your first-year class

Biographie de l'auteur

Eliane Kurbegov has taught French at secondary and higher education levels for the past 30 years and is the author of several books including Must Know French and Practice Makes Perfect: French Vocabulary.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 32395 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 256 pages
  • Editeur : McGraw-Hill Education; Édition : 1 (8 octobre 2010)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B009F987YI
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36 internautes sur 39 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Basic ''Absolutely Fun'' French!!! 9 juillet 2011
Par Sreevatsa Kota - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
First off, I'm a really big, self-confessed Practice Makes Perfect series fan. And it's no surprise that I snaffled Basic French by Eliane Kurbegov when I had laid my eyes on it.

I'm an intermediate-level learner of French and so I must confess, in all humility, though, that I did ask my self the question: do I need this book at all? Or Why do I think that I'm compelled to or must own a copy of this book? One brief ''look inside'' glance through the book revealed the potential it held; the magic it contained within itself; all the fun that was waiting to be unleashed!!!

I had already with me other titles from the same series by the self same author: she is absolutely (I guess this is the most appropriate epithet to describe her or her approach) FUN!!!

In this day and age, language learning can mean so very many things to both the learner and the author/publisher, ranging from great demand; fierce competition; a bewildering welter of choices as regards books; ''swoonworthy'' prices/costs; a desperate need to an intellectual luxury.

Now given this scenario, how would you, as a learner, make your choice? Can a book have within it the best of ''all the worlds''?: good content; adequate material; high quality; ample scope for practice; attractiveness- in terms of both presentation and treatment of the subject; empathy- on the part of the author (because not every language learner can afford to or will have the time to take classes, mind you)- and this property is of paramount importance, especially if you are like me- a ''home student'', as it were; and last but equally importantly, FUN!!

Yes, language learning is, and should be, chiefly about having fun, for if you don't have fun learning a language, as with any productive activity, there is little meaning in doing it in the first place. And only a well qualified, experienced and remarkably gifted teacher like Eliane Kurbegov knows this gospel truth. And the fact that she completely understands this truth shines through her books, more so in ''Basic French''.

So, well, harking back to the question I told you about that I'd posed myself: why indeed did I want to buy this book? The answer is three-fold:

1 I love McGraw-Hill's Practice Makes Perfect books like mad!!!

2 I totally adore and admire Eliane Kurbegov's teaching skills and approach.

3 If the truth be told, it would have been a personal affront not to buy this or any book from the series and, more seriously, I found, essentially, a two-pronged benefit I could get from this book: you can use it as a companion book to a fully-fledged beginner's French course book or you could even (this, I believe, you will find most rewarding)use it as an exceedingly profitable revision/review book.

The layout is incredibly clear and beautiful. Vast expanses of space to make notes or write in your annotations are an added feature, delightfully typical of all Practice Makes Perfect books.

Best of all, each chapter is ''bite-sized'', and will not take more than half an hour's worth of your sitting down to it. The trick is having just the right amount of ''warm-uppers'', as I call them- text introducing grammar concepts of the subject in that chapter. Quickly, though not always, followed by vocabulary lists. These too act as ''warm-uppers''. What's really fun is solving the exercises- with loads of contextual vocab, old and new words (from previous chapters as well), generously provided general knowledge stuff which is up-to-the-minute (everything ranging from Hollywood and French superstars to world celebrity leaders in the fields of sport, politics and what have you?!!) and loads of idiomatic expressions which seamlessly meld into the context.

I always look at each chapter/session as a course-meal. Now for ''the dessert'' is something which really takes the...well...la crème brûlée!!- ''faits divers''= fun facts. These help you read and learn about everything under the sun: from the origins of ancient world literature, history of everyday things, facts about cartoons, fairy tales, cinema, etc- again, ample fodder of general knowledge with a cherry on the top: reading comprehension and this, of course, means once again new words, expressions and vocab. And what's more, the book is extremely affordable. All in all, a delectable square meal!!

So there you go, I've laid at all on the table. Personally, you'll do really very well to get yourself a copy of this utterly fantastic book. And you'll have McGraw-Hill, Eliane Kurbegov and yourself to thank for it.

Alors, sortez ou allez à Amazon.com et achetez-vous une copie de ce livre merveilleux tout de suite!

Bonne chance!
12 internautes sur 12 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Practical and comprehensive 28 avril 2012
Par V.M. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
I like the chapter layout of this book and how it really teaches the very basic vocab and grammar etc. My only complaint is that there is no pronunciation guide! I speak Spanish and need extra help to ensure that I'm not transposing the Spanish accent on a French word! Maybe an audio CD would be most effective for this anyway, but a guide would still be helpful since I'm a visual learner. Otherwise it's a great book! I had my friend who has a master's degree in Linguistics look through the book and she also felt that it was quite comprehensive.
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Don't get the Kindle version 16 octobre 2013
Par Allen Wyler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I only read Kindle books now and was looking for one to help me learn French. For me, the Kindle version doesn't work. The reason is, I need to refer back to prior pages and then to the end of the book where the answers to the exercises are. With a paper book this is easy. With Kindle it's not. The contents of the book are good and well organized and would be a good resource, for me, if I'd purchased the paper edition.
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 great French learning tool 4 novembre 2012
Par karnath - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
if you want to learn the basics of French through writing - especially if you have some knowledge already - this is perhaps the best $13 you can spend.

Bite-sized lessons, simple and straightforward presentation, answer key in the back, affordable and very helpful.

Grab this and a simple dictionary and hit the books!

(note: I recommend starting with this "Basic French", not the other books in the series, e.g. "Basic French Grammar", as this is a nice mix of grammar, vocab, etc., and is at the "basic" level so makes a great starting point / refresher.)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent Beginner Book 7 octobre 2012
Par Andy Dufresne - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
If you are the kind of person who learns by practice, you are going to love this book. The format of the book is great & it covers all the basics you need to learn French.Every chapter is theme based and contains vocabulary related to that particular topic (ex. food, grocery, actions, etc). It then has exercises based on that topic and includes grammar. Every subsequent chapter builds upon the subject from previous chapters & thus you will not forget any vocab or grammar rules. I highly recommend this book to beginner francophiles.
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