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Introduction to French Verbs with Noisette the Cat

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For beginner or early level French students, here is a solid introduction to the two most-used French verbs (‘to be’ and ‘to have’) as well as to the ‘first group’ of French verbs. Noisette the cat narrates a simple text and workbook (fully black and white) in which the student learns about French verbs in short sections. Each section has a corresponding ‘Practise Sheet’ to reinforce and review the material (23 in total). Upon completion of this book, the student will have a thorough knowledge of ‘être’ ‘avoir’ and the er-verbs in the present tense. A full answer key is included.

General topics include:

-         How to conjugate a verb

-         Matching verbs and subjects

-         Using masculine and feminine pronouns and nouns and matching them to the verb

-         Using the correct form of ‘you’

-         Simple sentences

-         Why er-verbs belong to the ‘first group’

-         Common technical terms such as first person plural, infinitive, root etc.

-         How to conjugate any verb from the first group

This book is the logical next step after completing ‘Beginner’s French with Noisette the Cat’. 

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File Last Updated:
June 20, 2017
This title was added to our catalog on February 17, 2015.