Practice Makes Perfect French Vocabulary Building with Suffixes and Prefixes

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Practice Makes Perfect French Vocabulary Building with Suffixes and Prefixes
Practice Makes Perfect French Vocabulary Building with Suffixes and Prefixes (Beginner to Intermediate Level) by Eliane Kurbegov
English, French | 2014 | ISBN: 0071836209 | 304 pages | PDF | 3 MB


Harness the power of suffixes and prefixes while adding more than 4,000 words to your French vocabulary!

How do you turn Scotland into a Scottish citizen? Or change your brother into a colleague?* It isn't magic, it's suffixes and prefixes. When attached to base words, they have the ability to change meanings to indicate quantity, profession, gender, size, status, relationship, style, and much more. Mastering these word parts will enable you to increase your vocabulary greatly. Practice Makes Perfect: French Vocabulary Building with Suffixes and Prefixes presents 100 suffixes and 60 prefixes accompanied by their meanings, English equivalent when applicable, part of speech, and gender. Grouped by difficulty level, each prefix or suffix is fully explained and followed by a list of terms using the added word part. Like all Practice Makes Perfect workbooks, you will get plenty of practice, practice, practice using your newly acquired skills. And for convenient study on the go, download the free companion app that features hundreds of words in a flashcard format. Whether you are learning on your own or taking an advanced beginning or intermediate French class, Practice Makes Perfect: French Vocabulary Building with Suffixes and Prefixes will help build your confidence in using your new language.
*Ecosse (Scotland) becomes Ecossais (Scot); frere (brother) becomes confrere (colleague)

This workbook helps you:

Learn how to use suffixes and prefixes to expand your French vocabulary
Determine the meanings of unfamiliar terms by recognizing their word beginnings and endings
Become more comfortable communicating in French

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