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Grammar

Just a question : what is the best solution to listen the grammar ?? No problem with the vocal. , no problem with listening, ... but the grammar it a "casse tete" .

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  • I have the same pb vocabulary, comprehension 4.9 grammar : 2.1 :(
  • Hi! For me, it's reading a lot in English, essentially novels, that improved my grammar (as for French when I was young, as a matter of fact...). The more I read, the more I assimilate English grammar. I even developed a critical eye... ;)
  • I just bought an english bock (Maupassant's novels) . But another question do you know an internet site especially dedicated to that kind of books , as well for the beginners as the others. Tks
  • If you have an ebook reader (or a smartphone), or are willing to read on your computer, you have access to many books in English (and other languages) for free, as long as they are in public domain (50 years after the death of the author in USA and UK, 50 to 70 for french ones, depending if they died in duty during a war - as it's the case for Saint Exupéry).


    Project Gutenberg (gutenberg.org) is a great site specialised in offering digitized books of public domain. Feel free to browse !
  • Tks. I do not have smartphone et e-book.-unfortunately). I will see the Gutenberg). And what about the Larousse new collection : " <span style="font-size: 13.000000pt; font-family: 'Calibri,Bold'; color: rgb(9.020000%, 21.200000%, 36.500000%)">Nouvelle Collection </span><span style="font-size: 18.000000pt; font-family: 'Calibri,BoldItalic'; color: rgb(75.300000%, 0.000000%, 0.000000%)">Yes you can! ".</span> <span style="font-size: 18.000000pt; font-family: 'Calibri,BoldItalic'; color: rgb(75.300000%, 0.000000%, 0.000000%)">Regards</span>
  • I repeat : <span style="font-family: 'normal Verdana', Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: 18px; text-align: left; background-color: rgb(225, 225, 225); ">Tks. I do not have smartphone et e-book.-unfortunately). I will see the Gutenberg). And what about the Larousse new collection : "Yes we can" .</span>
  • Sorry, it seems to be a very recent collection, and I don't know it.

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