By Jean-Paul Valette, Rebecca M. Valette

ISBN-10: 0470424230

ISBN-13: 9780470424230

The most aim of À votre travel! is to convey readers to a degree the place they could conveniently exhibit themselves on various French and francophone themes. keeping off the over the top rigor of such a lot intermediate texts, À votre journey! immerses readers in genuine language and cultural contexts to accomplish 3 key pursuits: to construct and make stronger oral and written verbal exchange abilities, to increase interpreting talents and cultural information, and to forge a powerful linguistic base.

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Expliquez votre opinion. Maintenant, finissez l’histoire et vérifiez si vous aviez raison. Reprise 5 10 15 Le Testament Maître Durand a serré la main des° trois neveux et puis il a commencé à parler. Me Durand J’ai le regret de vous annoncer le décès° de votre oncle Jules 20 25 Roland L. Me Durand Roland L. Me Durand Roland L. Me Durand 30 Maître Durand a pris une grande enveloppe dans laquelle il y avait les trois bagues. Il les a mises sur une table et il a continué . . Voilà les trois bagues.

Le neveu le moins riche va recevoir plus d’argent que ses cousins. • Autre possibilité? Expliquez votre opinion. Maintenant, finissez l’histoire et vérifiez si vous aviez raison. Reprise 5 10 15 Le Testament Maître Durand a serré la main des° trois neveux et puis il a commencé à parler. Me Durand J’ai le regret de vous annoncer le décès° de votre oncle Jules 20 25 Roland L. Me Durand Roland L. Me Durand Roland L. Me Durand 30 Maître Durand a pris une grande enveloppe dans laquelle il y avait les trois bagues.

Il lisait le journal. • Il écoutait son baladeur. Scène C 5. Qu’est-ce qu’il a fait? • Il est resté au lit. • Il est descendu. • Il a téléphoné à la police. 6. Qu’est-ce qu’il avait à la main? • Il avait un revolver. • Il avait une batte de baseball. • Il avait une raquette de tennis. 16 Reprise B Scène D Scène E 7. Qu’est-ce qu’il a vu? • Il a vu un homme armé. • Il a vu une ombre (shadow) dans le jardin. • Il a vu des traces sur le sol. 8. Qu’est-ce qu’il y avait dans la cuisine? • Il y avait un fantôme.

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