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by Daniel Calvez


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This title helps you master French grammar without tedious drills or obscure technical jargon. Mastering French grammar can be a daunting challenge. Unfortunately, most references on the subject only make matters worse by removing French grammar entirely from any real-world context and presenting it as a collection of puzzling technical terms and arbitrary rules.

More advanced French speakers can utilize this book to learn more complex verb tenses and conjugations as well as advanced verbs with irregular endings.

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Mastering French grammar can be a daunting challenge. Calvez. A model of clarity and simplicity, it defines puzzling grammatical jargon in straightforward English, leaving no room for doubt as to what, for instance, a relative pronoun or reflexive verb might be. See details. French Grammar: A Complete Reference Guide by Daniel J. Calvez (Paperback, 2004). Brand new: lowest price.

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Mastering French grammar can be a daunting challenge. An ideal guide for learners at all levels, French Grammar is the quickest and easiest way to acquire the knowledge and skills you need to write and speak French with confidence. It avoids tedious memorization drills typical of most references, focusing instead on patterns commonly found in contemporary French speech and literature. Details about French Grammar: A Complete Reference Guide by Daniel J. Calvez (English) Paperba. Unfortunately, most references on the subject only make matters worse by removing French grammar entirely from any real-world context and presenting it as a collection of puzzling technical terms and arbitrary rules

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French Grammar helps language learners at every level navigate the intricacies of the French language. Designed to help you speak and write in French with greater confidence and precision, it avoids tedious memorization drills, focusing, instead, on patterns commonly found in contemporary French speech and writing.

Chapters feature detailed presentations of forms and usages, clearly explained, along with lists, tables, and charts that offer at-a-glance summaries of the elements covered. This new edition includes 64 pages of exercises.

Qudanilyr
My review is given as a self-learner new to beginning French - If I could have only one book covering beginning French grammar, this would be it. The two main reasons are: 1) the organization of the material is intuitive and makes it easy to find answers and examples, and 2) many examples are given. The book size is 8.5" by 11" and is well over 400 pages, so it's a pretty good-sized book. It is well worth the extra effort for packing it around.
Mala
Since I haven't been in high school for over a year I've been wanting something to help me to refresh everything that I had learned. After hours of countless searching etc, I came across this book. I read some of the reviews on another site, and read the ones here and though I'd give it a try. It came rather quickly, and I was able to start 'studying' and refreshing everything. I was amazed, it's all completely well organized and it even focuses on the Subjunctive in a relatively good way. Although, I wish that it covered everything though in further detail. It gives good examples, but if you're someone like me, you'd love to see a specific grammar point used in detail. I'd recommend it.
VAZGINO
This is an excellent guide to French grammar organized very much like a style guide. For example, conjunctions with the indicative are covered under point 179. Point 180 covers french usages of the English equivalent "after" (e.g., apres and apres que), point 181 covers French usages of the English equivalent "as" (e.g., que, comme, aussi) and so on. The structure makes reference a breeze, as opposed to flipping through grammar texts for each grammar point.

The book assumes that you already have a fair understanding of grammar and structure and only need clarification and/or fine tuning - this is not a text book for beginning French. Each entry has a brief but reasonably thorough explanation and several examples. There is an extensive index, a section of problem words/phrases, several exercises and an answer key.
Foginn
This French Grammar book is about the most complete book on the subject I have studied. For this reason, it is valuable. However, it is often difficult to figure out what is standard usage versus some much less common usage. This makes this book difficult to use for all except advanced students. Additionally, despite my generally pretty decent knowledge of grammar, I still find some of the grammatical terms are unnecessarily obscure and difficult to understand. Lastly, there are a handful of errors in the book -- or "examples" that are supposed to illustrate certain points that I just can't figure out how they relate to those points.

For what appears to be a very complete book (if you can put up with the obscurities) it is good. However, for an intermediate to advanced student (which is what I consider myself to be), there are better books that cover the essential material better.
Drelajurus
I'm at an advanced stage in French learning, and before I get into this review, I have a couple of recommendations to everyone out there. I highly recommend looking to grammar as an explanation instead of instruction. That is to say, you should be getting native input like from podcasts or hearing French friends speak naturally and then later looking up structures and understanding how it all fit together. That's how you'll retain the information best. I'd recommend methods like Assimil, Michel Thomas, and French in Action. However, as far as grammar guides go, I like this book. It is organized well and doesn't get pedantic about things. I enjoy being able to open it up and just read about a random piece of grammar and further my studies that much more. It's not color coated and by no means perfect, but for ~$16 it's a good little supplement. I'd recommend it to a friend.
Kulwes
When it is impossible to find an explanation for a question about French grammar this book seems to always have the answer. The explanations are good and accompanied by a lot of examples. It doesn't have anything on pronunciation...it is just about grammar. I'm really thankful that a friend told me about this book!
adventure time
This is a great great book which I just open from time to time and use for practice, and to brush up on grammar rules. Not real complicated, but as I said, it's become indispensable for me. Really user friendly too.
A decent basic grammar, this book is a bit lightweight to be called a reference grammar.
If you want a real reference grammar try Glanville Price's Comprehensive French Grammar
French Grammar: A Complete Reference Guide ebook
Author:
Daniel Calvez
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McGraw-Hill Education; 2 edition (November 8, 2004)
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