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Books on Learning FrenchMy French Notebook

By Paul Schwartz

A language review for English speaking students of French, the notebook is structured as a simplified table and incorporates associative recall strategies designed to assist students who want to speed up their assimilation of everyday French phrases, grammar and vocabulary. As an eBook, the Notebook can be viewed on any computer, on Blackberry, Palm, Kindle, Mac and other devices.

From the author:
I am an American writer and language instructor married into a French family. I have a notebook of strategic French phrases, grammar and vocabulary that I collected over the years to improve my language retention skills. After many requests from students, I decided to publish this as an eBook and make it available over the Internet. Containing over 1,000 entries, the material has been carefully arranged to facilitate recall. The book can be downloaded directly from online publisher Lulu.com.

Utilizing Adobe Digital Editions, free software from Adobe, the material is converted into an eBook readable on a laptop and other portable devices.

Check this out at LuLu.com, type My French Notebook in the search box and follow the prompts.




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