This text was designed to be compatible with the interests, abilities and backgrounds of the beginning French student, whether in high school or college. The authors organized their text on the premise that it contains grammar and vocabulary, clearly and accurately presented, in effective progression, along with suitable practice exercises. Their ultimate aim was for the student to become qconversational, q that is, to be able to exchange ideas in French. Originally published in 1959 by Harper and Row, Publishers, Inc.TheCedilla (cAcdille): This sign ( used only with the letter c ) is appended under the letter c ( As ) before a, o, or u in cases where the c is pronounced [s] instead of [ k]. garAson [garsAc] reAsu [rasy] franAsais [frAcse] 4. The Apostrophe ( apostrophe )anbsp;...
|Title||:||A Conversational Introduction to French|
|Author||:||Edward T. Heise, Rene F. Muller|
|Publisher||:||University Press of America - 1987-01-01|