Mamie and Papi's Basic French Grammar - the Passe Compose by John Beaver, Jean Beaver


Mamie and Papi's Basic French Grammar - the Passe Compose by John Beaver, Jean Beaver

No two ways about it; you just have to know your French grammar! In simple and lighthearted fashion, Mamie and Papi give a thorough, clear and easily accessible introduction to the basics of French grammar, making this the ideal book for students learning French in Key Stage 3 (KS3). This book focuses on the passe compose. Step by step, the logic of each part of speech is explained in English. Exercises ensure that students develop understanding. Students are then encouraged to create new examples and compose original sentences. The book provides a handy reference and resource for both student and teacher. Teachers have been asking for an introduction to French grammar for beginning students. Here it is! The book includes reproducible worksheets and an answer key. Topics include the passe compose, irregular passe compose and passe compose with etre.

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32 pages


John Beaver, Jean Beaver
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Publication date

19th July 2013



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