Easy French Reader has ratings and 34 reviews. Roy said: I bought this book years ago, right when I had decided to try to learn French. Unfortunately. Easy French Reader w/CD-ROM by R. de Roussy de Sales, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Available in: Paperback. The fun and easy way to quickly enhance your French reading skillsEasy French Reader is based on the premise that.

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It’s not quite easy enough for someone who hasn’t done any work on the language before, but it’s great for someone who knows the grammar basics or who is a sles rusty and wants to work on their reading skills. The book gave me a great feeling of achievement to start with simple reaser and by the end to read eady French authors. Feb 23, Rebecca rated it it was amazing Shelves: The book is still great for language practice, just be aware of the gender bias in its presentation of French history and literature.

Jun 23, Joseph rated it it was amazing. Dec 07, Scott O rated it really liked it Shelves: I started this book god knows how many years ago and just never finished it.


Easy French Reader w/CD-ROM : R. de Roussy de Sales :

P Not something I would recommend for a beginner, but great for reviving school French. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Jul 05, Josh Ashworth rated it really liked it. I’d also d having a dictionary handy when reading it if your vocabulary is as patchy as mine.

A great reader for those that have had at least one semester of French. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Julie est une chienne. Want to Read saving…. Feb 07, Jeff rated it it was amazing. Throughout the book, in the margins of each page, you will have translations for new words and expressions that are introduced.

Written in present tense. This book is so much fun as I am learning French — great little stories that hold your attention while you build vocabulary. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?

V good for building one’s confidence to read more. I highly recommend this book to people who want to feel more comfortable reading French and who want to continue learning vocabulary and style as they go.

I like this book because it is perfect for the senior citizens I am teaching at a senior center. You will be actually reading french in the first lesson and understand it! We use cookies to give you the best possible experience.

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Encore, j’ai longtemps avant je peux parler Francais parfait, mais c’est livre est bon pour commencer. A great place to start learning to read French.

It anticipates improvement in grammar, beginning with only the present tense, eoussy by the end of the book using additional tenses. Sep 20, Becket rated it really liked it. Easy Arabic Reader Jane Wightwick. The stories that Sales selected for the third part are entertaining and offer a glimpse into eays aspects of French life during the time of the authors. The three sections present short readings that build in difficulty, frenchh with the first section about two young students in Paris, one French and one American.

I highly recommend the book. Table of contents Premiere partie: Looking for beautiful books? I am looking forward to using this book in the fall.

Easy French Reader

I highly recommend this book to students of the French language! Pratiquer tous les jours. May 21, Andrew Price rated it it was amazing.

The dialogues in the first part are often witty; the history presented in the second part was interesting for me—benighted as I am; and the short stories in the final part—by Daudet, Theuriet, Zola, and Maupassant—were delightful.