So You Really Want to Learn French A Textbook for Key Stage 3 Common Entrance and Scholarship by Nigel Pearce

So You Really Want to Learn French A Textbook for Key Stage 3 Common Entrance and Scholarship

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So You Really Want to Learn French A Textbook for Key Stage 3 Common Entrance and Scholarship by Nigel Pearce

The final book in the series is suitable for pupils with a high level of French ability and those working towards scholarship at 13+. It contains revision of all topics previously covered as well as extension work to challenge the most able students. This book reinforces the essential language skills needed to achieve those high grades at Common Entrance and scholarship, and provides the basis of essential knowledge required for GCSE French. The audio CD is not included with this textbook and must be purchased separately. For more information about this product please visit - Features content and exercises designed to stretch the most able and prepare those looking to achieve high marks in Common Entrance and entrance exams - A grammar summary, Verb tables, irregular verb tables, French to English and English to French vocabularies are featured at the back of the book for quick and easy reference - An Audio CD and Answer Book which contains answers to all the exercises and transcripts to all the passages in the book are also available to purchase separately to accompany the book


Excellent! The aim of this book is to ensure the sound knowledge of grammar and syntax, which must be the foundation of all successful language study, and this book achieves this aim with just the right level of information. Very good in-depth sections on grammar are complemented by focused exercises which back-up the explanations. Using this book, pupils will acquire increased confidence and the ability to handle the language in a flexible manner. Yvette Redgwell, Hill House School An elegant combination of the best of traditional language education with an accessible and friendly style. Vibrantly illustrated and resoundingly popular with pupils, these books provide a solidly academic and rigorous approach. Jane Bassett, Eaton Square School, London I absolutely think Galore Park books are the best out there for languages. I have found nothing better and will not look for better. I have found it in these books. Thank you for offering rigorous and enjoyable material. A Home Schooler, USA

About the Author

Nigel Pearce is Head of French at Summer Fields school in Oxford. He divides his time between Oxford and his home in the Vendee.

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224 pages


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Galore Park Publishing Ltd an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

6th December 2007



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