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Grammaire progressive du français. Niveau intermédiaire : by Maia Gregoire, Odile Thievenaz

By Maia Gregoire, Odile Thievenaz

Los angeles Grammaire innovative du français est une grammaire d'apprentissage destinée aux étudiants de niveau intermédiaire.

. Pédagogique, elle offre sur l. a. web page de gauche un cours de grammaire, sur los angeles web page de droite des exercices d'application et des activités de communication.

· revolutionary, elle go well with l. a. development classique des méthodes de français.

Les corrigés sont fournis dans un livret séparé (ISBN 209-033849-0).

Cette nouvelle édition s'est enrichie de remarques et feedback proposées par de nombreux utilisateurs. Elle présente aujourd'hui:

des pages de cours complétées de remarques utiles,
des exercices transformés dans une viewpoint communicative,
des chapitres augmentés (l'article, les indéfinis, le pronom "en", les verbes, l'interrogation) ou remaniés (les relatifs, le gérondif, les kin logiques),
et un try out d'évaluation général.

Utiles compléments à ce livre, les Exercices communicatifs (ISBN 209-033860-7) permettent d'améliorer l. a. creation orale et écrite. Grâce à de nombreuses illustrations, ils approfondissent, de manière uncomplicated et créative, les issues de grammaire abordés dans los angeles Grammaire innovative du français - niveau intermédiaire.

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The third point is that Baker's Event One, or numerical parity between masters and slaves, took place 22 Suriname, the Saramaka and Saramaccan very early in the history of Suriname. Unlike Mauritius and Reunion which, as noted, took 10 and 50 years respec­ tively, in Suriname there were more slaves than Europeans in the second year of the Colony's existence (1652). Based on Baker's model, then, his prediction would be that the demographics would rule out sufficient contact for mini­ mally adequate second language learning and the formation of a rich and developed English-based pidgin.

3). 1 0 ? Indicates an unknown quantity or either an extrapolation from known facts or an approximation. 11 In interpreting Table (1), first for the English and Dutch plantations and then for the Jewish, probably the most salient pattern is the ratio of slaves to Europeans. 2/1 by 1731. e. roughly 1670 to 1675). The third point is that Baker's Event One, or numerical parity between masters and slaves, took place 22 Suriname, the Saramaka and Saramaccan very early in the history of Suriname. Unlike Mauritius and Reunion which, as noted, took 10 and 50 years respec­ tively, in Suriname there were more slaves than Europeans in the second year of the Colony's existence (1652).

The above tabulations, combined with additional figures, point towards the maintenance of a deficient pidgin for quite some time on both the Dutch and Portuguese plantations• Among the more significant trends are the facts that during the forty year period ending in 1710, 95% of all Black slaves were African-born and according to Price (1976:9), at any given time until 1750 over half of these slaves had less than 10 years in the Colony. More­ over, Price (p. 12) estimates that the chance of death for an African within ten years was 50%.

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