French Pronunciation Illustrated
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French Pronunciation Illustrated

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English


  • Modern language learning material,
  • Foreign Language Study / French,
  • French

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7715892M
ISBN 100521051568
ISBN 109780521051569

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The classic work on French pronunciation is Pierre Fouché's Traité de prononciation française, available at If you have ever researched a pronunciation question in Fouché's excellent work, you will have found that he covers seemingly every subject in extensive detail, with numerous examples as well as exceptions/5(2). How this book is organized Each French word is clearly illustrated for easy learning; A translation and simple pronunciation guide is given for each word; Extra pages include numbers and colors; Alphabetical French-English and English-French word lists at the end of the book/5().   This detailed handbook provides a thorough account of the lyric pronunciation standard traditionally recognized in French operatic and concert repertoire. Phonetic notation (in IPA), and musical examples are featured prominently. A comprehensive pronunciation guide to French orthography — including obscure spellings, exceptions to pronunciation norms, and borrowed foreign words — as 5/5(1). A fantastic, vibrant guide to the French language. Features over 1, words each illustrated by Jo Litchfield’s handmade models. Words are arranged alphabetically using the robust alphabet tabs, and includes a simple introduction to grammar.

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  In French pronunciation (not in writing), final consonants are usually silent. As in English, in plural most French words add an S, but the last S in a word is not pronounced. (i.e., enfant and its plural form enfants sound the same).   The Practice Makes Perfect series has books for learning several different languages. If you’re looking to start learning French with a beginner book and then move on to other more advanced and specific books in a series, the Practice Makes Perfect Complete French All-in-One book might work for you. The Practice Makes Perfect French series includes: Basic French, Complete French . In order to even begin learning about pronunciation in a new language, you need to be aware that what you read and what you pronounce are not always the same, as we know is the case with English and French.. What does this mean for you as a French learner? Well, effectively it means that there are actually more sounds in French than there are letters in the French alphabet. A large format board book for young children learning French, with illustrations of everyday words and pictures, arranged thematically. An excellent vocabulary-builder for young children, with lots of things to spot and talk about to practise their French.