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Jordan Lopez
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Grammaire En Dialogues : Niveau Intermediaire

Reviewed by: Grammaire En Dialogues A1/A2: Niveau Débutantby Claire Miquel Samantha Godden-Chmielowicz M iquel, C laire. Grammaire en dialogues A1/A2: niveau débutant. 2eéd. CLE, 2018. ISBN 978-209-038058-3. Pp. 142 (+ CD + corrigés des exercices). Grammaire en dialogues B1: niveau intermédiaire. 2eéd. CLE, 2018. ISBN 978-209-038062-0. Pp. 144 (+ CD + corrigés des exercices). The dialogues in these textbooks are based on a grammatical structure. Each chapter has one or two dialogues, notes, and exercises to reinforce the targeted structure. The scripts are included in the text so that students can follow along as they listen to the audio, which comes on a CD. Each book contain 32 chapters, including seven checkpoints. An answer key is also provided. These texts would make an excellent supplement to a course. I particularly like the audio recordings so that students become accustomed to hearing a variety of voices and accents in class. For my students, the débutant(A1/A2) level would be too difficult for level 1, as there is a wide range of vocabulary used in the dialogues from the start in chapter 1. I think that a level 2 class might be able to use this as review or reinforcement, and I would use the intermédiaire(B1) with my level 3 or even 4. The débutantbook starts with êtreand avoir, covers several other irregular verbs, -er verbs as well as passé composé, imparfait, and futur. It also addresses prepositions, adverbs, and various pronouns. The intermédiairebook reviews the present with additional irregular verbs and moves on to conditional (present and past), subjunctive (present and past), plus-que-parfaitand passive voice. There are also chapters about pronouns, and time. There is a niveau avancé(B2/C1), as well. There is plenty of grammar covered in these texts, especially of verbs, to represent typical course outlines for advanced language study. The variety of voices in the recordings is another effective feature. It is good for students to hear native speakers and speakers other than their teacher. The speaking pace is not as fast as native speakers would use, but it is a good speed for the classroom. Teachers can choose to let students follow the dialogue with the print version or read and listen separately. After the notes page, there are exercises to practice the structure that was highlighted in the dialogue. The recordings are found on CDs, but teachers may prefer to have access to these in an online format, as that would be easier to share with students through typical classroom-based sharing platforms (such as Google Classroom) so that students can listen via earphones and have the opportunity to listen at home as review. The CD would make that type of sharing slightly more challenging for the average teacher. [End Page 204]

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