Top 10 books to learn French

Top 10 books to learn French BestBooksAZ's mission to to provide best books list to your life and career. We hope that you love this l...

Top 10 books to learn French

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1. Easy French Step-by-step by Myrna Bell Rochester

On, this book is the number one best-seller within the French Language learning category. It’s a very popular book. The book is perfectly structured through various modules. It presents more than 300 verbs in their order of significance. Verbs are very vital when you’re learning the French language. This book will prepare you and give you a grammar foundation, the terminology, and get you going chapter by chapter. It comes with a ton of exercises and their answers, but hey, you’re not allowed to cheat!

This textbook is also on VitalSource, a platform that lets you rent or buy e-books along with other French dictionaries, textbooks, readers and other learning material.

2. Entre Amis by Michael D. Oates

This is more like an upgrade to Easy French Step-by-Step, as it has a lot more graphics. You should acquire this book once you have mastered the basics in the French language, nonetheless, it's still great for newbies because it covers the French language well. Entre Amis concentrates more on oral exchanges, and it teaches through a performance-oriented method. So if you're the outgoing type, find a language-learning buddy that you can practice with. Unlike some textbooks, Entre Amis concentrates heavily on vocabulary and phrases that (gasp!) you may use in the real world.

3. Contacts: Langue et culture françaises  by Jean-Paul Valette & Rebecca Valette

This textbook has great visuals, significant cultural references, helps with the pronunciation and comes with a beneficial French-English dictionary in the back, so there is no reason for you to start craning your neck from your textbook to the dictionary and back again. If you're looking for listening exercises which is very essential if you wish to understand French, then ensure that you get the additional audio to go along with it.

4. En bonne forme by Simone Renaud & Dominique van Hooff

There are a lot of Idioms and slang! You never thought you’d find that in a book, did you? This book is loaded. If you’re having issues with grammar, and you’re ready to add more advanced terminology into your French, you are on the right path. En bonne forme is a great place for all things French, and it presents the tenses and rules to you with great examples, explanations and massive attention to detail.

5. Mise en scène: cinéma et lecture by Cheryl Krueger & Elizabeth Dolly Weber & Brigitte G. Martin

As a French student, watching French cinema is another great way to learn French. This textbook uses French-language movies and conforming texts to expand your knowledge of vocabulary and culture, with relevant activities that simplify everything.

6. Moments Litteraires: An Anthology for Intermediate French by Bette Hirsch & Chantal Thompson

To the Bookworms out there, I know you're wondering if it's possible to read your way to eloquence. Well, the answer is no, not technically, but you can learn the essentials of grammar and build your vocabulary from there. This is a collection of French stroke of genius, dating back to the Middle Ages. It also comprises pre- and post-reading accomplishments to help you understand things as you read along.

7. Le Bon Usage by M. Grevisse

This is the peak of French textbooks. Le bon usage is a gigantic 1600-1800 pages (though it depends on what edition you have with you). First published in the year 1936 and has been reviewed systematically revised ever since. This online version is a new edition. It may seem intimidating, but if you are the serious type, and want to be a fluent speaking French professional, this book will greatly assist you. It is presented in a structured manner and it has an answer to any question you may have.

8. Advanced French by Monique L’Huillier

If you need something that’s a bit general, you’re on the right path. It has similar topics with Le Bon Usage, the difference is that it's a bit easier to digest because it was made for English speakers. It has a ridiculous amount of French illustrations and there is an in-depth answer to all your grammar inquiries. It's not that huge in size, it's about (706 pages). It has a helpful index of vocabulary, phrases, and topics to assist you in finding what you need to know.

9. Short Stories in French: New Penguin Parallel Text

This book is amazing for more casual French reading. It has amazing short stories, all in both English and French to help you comprehend better. If you need more books like this that combine English and French for easy understanding, there are lots of them out there. Here's a good list of other titles.
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10. Mastering French Vocabulary: A Thematic Approach by Wolfgang Fischer & Anne-Marie Plouhinec

During your student days, if you did not get a lot of immersion-based understanding, but ended up with lots of grammar knowledge then you probably need some help with your vocabulary. This book is a mammoth 5,000 words, all structured by a theme to make it edible.


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