Barron’s French Grammar provides a concise summary of French grammar and is a handy textbook supplement for language students. This guide is helpful for classroom use, and is also valuable for translators whose first language is English.
Topics covered include parts of speech, sentence structure, punctuation, idioms, and pronunciation advice. Small in size but packed with helpful instruction, this new edition is printed with headings and key phrases in a second color for fast, easy reference.
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