Young learners of French will find it easy to learn new words with this delightful picture word book which provides a wealth of vocabulary-building opportunities. Stephen Cartwright's bright and amusing pictures encourage direct association of the French word with the object for effective, long-term learning. At the end of the book there is a full French/English list of all the words in the book, with an easy-to-use pronunciation guide for each word.
This book is divided into 100 lessons, and every lesson has three units: ”Dialogue”, “Vocabulary”, and “Grammar and Sentence Patterns”. The content from “Dialogue” is distilled from daily lives, and is practicability-oriented. The materials range from self-introduction, communication, travel, and Chinese festivals. Important and frequently used words and phrases are fully elaborated in “Vocabulary”. Students not only can understand the stroke order of the listed words, but also the phrases derived from those words. In “Grammar and Sentence Patterns”, we hope the students can agilely apply the glossary they have learned and use Chinese fluently and naturally in daily lives.
Bill Graham rides in on a giant mushroom. Etta James and Tower of Power Horns featured as well as the mercurial John Cipollina on "Not Fade Away", "Deal" and "Sunshine Daydream".