Practice Makes Perfect French Sentence Builder will help you compare the syntax of French and English sentences, allow you to revisit grammatical concepts such as object pronouns (focusing on their position in the French sentence), and provide you with many opportunities to write the least as well as the most complex sentences. This book and a little determination will undoubtedly make you a better writer.
English and French have many similarities such as common vocabulary words derived from Latin. Knowing these words makes it easier for a speaker of English to learn and remember French words. However, when it comes to word order, French and English sentences may sometimes differ. For example, adverbs are
usually placed before a verb in English but after the verb in French.
A step-by-step approach to analyzing the components of a sentence paired with a guided structuring of phrases, sentences, and ultimately paragraphs will
allow you to hone your writing skills.
Here are main Book Contents…..
- Declarative sentences and word order
- Interrogative sentences and word order
- Precise questions
- Exclamatory sentences
- Imperative clauses
- Independent clauses
- Dependent clauses and the indicative mood
- Dependent clauses and the subjunctive mood
- Relative clauses
- Infinitive and past infinitive clauses
- Using nouns
- Using personal pronouns
- Special uses of pronouns
- Using adverbs and adverbial phrases
- Using prepositions and prepositional phrases
- Using present and past participles
- Making transitions
- Letter writing and messaging
- Using colloquial expressions and structures