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Publisher's Summary

Dear French language student,
Continue to develop your verbal French skills with unit 5 of our Mastering French Conversation series.
In this course, we will cover:
1) Indefinite Adjectives2) Noun-Markers in Negative Constructions3) Large Numbers4) Impersonal Verbs5) The verb "faire"
We further expand your travel vocabulary, and introduce weather vocabulary.
For course manuscript and details, please see our website.
We wish you the very best,
Scott and Dr. Annette Brians
©2016 Scott Brians (P)2016 Scott Brians
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By John Derks on 07-10-17

Useful for negative constructions & large numbers

If you could sum up Mastering French Conversation in three words, what would they be?

Their sections on noun-markers in negative constructions and larger numbers (<1,000,000,000) stands out as the best parts of this unit.

For large numbers, they rightfully dedicate an entire 8 pages to this concept, and it is entirely necessary. By the end of the section, I was able to not only put into words large numbers such as "1,271,881", but every numerical construction below that with far less effort.

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By Paul W Hodges on 05-26-17

Essential practice

Mastering French Conversation 5 gives structure and a framework to practice more parts of the basics of French grammar to make it habitual. Before, I could eventually work out how to form or interpret these parts of sentences; after, it's much closer to automatic. Great approach, necessary kind of practice.

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