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ISBN 10: 019840798X
ISBN 13: 9780198407980
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Pub. date: 4 April, 2017
Pages: 704
Description: This revised edition fully supports GCSE students learning French. Up-to-date curriculum coverage with extensive vocabulary, translations and examples enables users to manipulate language confidently. Grammar support includes full verb tables and the illustrated thematic supplement, with photocard activities, prepares students for exams.
Synopsis: This new edition has been fully revised and updated to offer up -to-date vocabulary and language support for student's learning French at GCSE and beyond. All the current exam board vocabulary is included and curriculum words are flagged with a key symbol. Word Tips provide information on common grammatical errors and confusable words, while interesting cultural information is specially picked out in Culture boxes. To support students building their range of vocabulary and get them using it confidently, all words are also given in appropriate example sentences so that students can see how to use them correctly. Extra grammar support is given with full verb tables, including English translations of the different tenses, to help with translating to and from French. In the centre of the dictionary, the illustrated thematic supplement includes questions, answers, comments and phrases and photocard activities to model those faced by students in their exams. It has a contemporary look and feel and covers topics such as technology, free-time activities, customs and festivals, social and global issues, travel and tourism, current and future study and employment.
Illustrations: Colour
Publication: UK
Imprint: Oxford University Press
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