Deux mondes: A Communicative Approach (Student Edition) + Listening Comprehension Audiocassette

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  • ISBN-13: 9780072434019
  • ISBN: 0072434015
  • Edition: 4
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  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages



Premiere etape Premieres rencontres Activites Qui est-ce? Les camarades de classe Comment sont-ils? La description des personnes Les vetements et les couleurs Rencontres Grammaire et exercices A.1 Commands with vous A.2 Identifying people: C''est..., Je m''appelle... A.3. Gender, agreement, and articles A.4 Describing people: Subject pronouns and etre; ne... pas A.5 Plural nouns and articles A.6 Addressing others: Tu and vous Deuxieme etape Le monde etudiant Activites Qu''est-ce qu''il y a dans la salle de classe? La date et l''alphabet Les nombres de 40 a 100 et l''heure Les cours et la semaine scolaire La description des autres Grammaire et exercices B.1 Expressing existence: Il y a B.2 Asking questions B.3 Spelling in French B.4 Quelle heure est-il? Telling time B.5 Expressing possession: The verb avoir B.6 Recognizing the gender of nouns B.7 Describing with adjectives: More on gender agreement B.8 Irregular plural forms of nouns and adjectives Chapitre 1 Ma famille et moi Activites et lectures La famille Info / Societe: La famille francaise Gouts personnels Origines et renseignements personnels Info / Societe: Qui sont les Francais? La vie de famille Info / Vie quotidienne: La petanque Lecture: Familles d''aujourd''hui Grammaire et exercices 1.1 Expressing relationships and possession: Possessive adjectives 1.2 Expressing likes and dislikes: The verb aimer + infinitive 1.3 Stating origin: The verb venir 1.4 Talking about dates and personal data: Numbers beyond 100 1.5 Talking about actions: Present tense of -er verbs 1.6 Expressing relationships and possession: De + noun and contractions of de (From this point, only grammar points will be shown.) Chapitre 2 La vie quotidienne et les loisirs 2.1 Talking about activities and weather: The verb faire 2.2 Talking about everyday activities: Reflexive verbs 2.3 Going places and future actions: The verb aller, contractions of a, and aller + infinitive 2.4 Making general statements: The impersonal subject on 2.5 Abilities and desires: The verbs pouvoir, vouloir, and savoir Chapitre 3 En ville 3.1 Saying where things are: Prepositions of location 3.2 Asking questions: Interrogative words 3.3 Irregular -re verbs like prendre 3.4 Expressing necessity: il faut and devoir + infinitive 3.5 Pointing things out: Demonstrative adjectives and -ci/-la 3.6 Expressing quantities: Partitive articles and other expressions of quantity 3.7 Verbs like sortir and dormir Chapitre 4 La maison et le quartier 4.1 Describing: Adjectives that come before the noun 4.2 Making comparisons 4.3 Regular -ir verbs (finir) 4.4 Regular -re verbs (prendre) 4.5 Direct object pronouns 4.6 Talking about knowing: The verb connaitre 4.7 Describing states of being: Idioms with avoir Chapitre 5 Dans le passe 5.1 Saying what you did: The passe compose with avoir 5.2 The passe compose with etre 5.3 The passe compose of reflexive verbs 5.4 Past participles of irregular verbs conjugated with avoir 5.5 Negative expressions Chapitre 6 L''enfance et la jeunesse 6.1 The irregular verbs dire, lire, ecrire 6.2 Saying what you used to do: The imperfect 6.3 Describing past states: More on the imperfect 6.4 Linking ideas: The relative pronouns qui, que, ou 6.5 Indirect object pronouns 6.6 More on reflexive verbs 6.7 Seeing and believing: The verbs voir and croire 6.8 Different perspectives on the past: The passe compose and the imparfait Chapitre 7 A table! 7.1 Review of articles: Definite, indefinite, and partitive 7.2 Expressing quantities: Using the pronoun en 7.3 Asking questions: Review of qui, que, and quoi 7.4 Ongoing actions: Etre en train de + infinitive 7.5 Ordering events: avant de + infinitive, apres + past infinitive Chapitre 8 La Terre 8.1 Expressing location, destination, and origin: Prepositions + place names 8.2 Expressing extremes: The superlative 8.3 Making distinctions: The question lequel? and the answer celui 8.4 Ought to and should: More on the verb devoir 8.5 What was going on: Another use of the imparfait Chapitre 9 L''enseignement, les carrieres et l''avenir 9.1 J''y pense: More on y 9.2 Emphatic pronouns 9.3 Identifying and describing: C''est versus il / elle est 9.4 Saying what you''ve been doing: The present + depuis 9.5 Saying what you will do: The future tense Chapitre 10 Les voyages 10.1 Expressing all and everything: Using tout 10.2 Expressing obligation: Il faut que + subjunctive 10.3 More about the subjunctive 10.4 Verbs for travelling: conduire and suivre 10.5 Giving orders: The imperative with pronouns 10.6 Double object pronouns Chapitre 11 Les moyens de communication 11.1 Saying what you would do: The conditional tense 11.2 The relative pronoun dont 11.3 The indefinite relatives ce qui, ce que, and ce dont 11.4 Review of object pronouns: direct and indirect objects 11.5 Talking about hypothetical situations: More on the imparfait Chapitre 12 La sante et les urgences 12.1 Saying what you want others to do: More on the subjunctive 12.2 Changes of state: rendre + adjective; passe compose versus imparfait 12.3 The present participle 12.4 Expressing events in the recent past: venir de + infinitive 12.5 Narrating in the past tense: More on the passe compose and the imparfait Chapitre 13 La famille et les valeurs en societe 13.1 Each other: Reciprocal use of reflexive pronouns 13.2 Describing actions: Adverbs 13.3 Expressing feelings: More about the subjunctive 13.4 A past in the past: The plus-que-parfait 13.5 More on expressing possession: Possessive pronouns Chapitre 14 Les enjeux du present et de l''avenir 14.1 The verb vivre 14.2 Should have: The past conditional of devoir 14.3 Saying what you would have done: The past conditional 14.4 The subjunctive with conjunctions 14.5 Expressing doubt and uncertainty: More on the subjunctive[read more]

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