- a good introduction to French as it is actually spoken in France.
Includes a course book containing dialogues, grammatical notes, exercises
and cultural information, together with two cassettes with recordings
of some of the dialogues and exercises.
Colloquial French 2: The Next Step in Language Learning
by Elspeth Broady
- a intermediate-level course in spoken and written French that
helps you to review and expand your knowledge of the language. Includes
a textbook and two cassettes or CDs with recordings of some of
the dialogues and exercises.
- a computer-based French course consisting of 45 2-hour lessons, over
700 activities and exercises, over 3,000 separate sound files (more than
7 hours of audio), three software games and step-by-step instructions.
Available in on CD-ROMs or in downloadable format.
- an excellent, comprehensive dictionary which includes numerous examples
of how everyday French is used. It also provides guidance on essay-writing
and correspondence, and gives help in expressing yourself in a wide variety
The Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary: French-English, English-French
by Marie-Helene Correard, Valerie Grundy et al
- an up-to-date, comprehensive dictionary with over 350,000 words and
phrases, and 530,000 translations. Provides good coverage of the language
used in French literature by great writers such as Zola, Dumas, Proust,
and Hugo. Also includes practical guidance for those planning to live
in France, including over 100 model letters and postcards, help in writing
job applications and CVs, and a completely new section on using the
telephone in France.
Electronic dictionaries and translators: up to 1,000,000 words, full-text translation.
Speech recognition, audio phrasebooks. French translation software for Windows, Pocket PC,
Palm, Mobile phones. Free trial download!
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