References

All of the resources I use to create my blog entries and lessons. I could not have done this alone, without all these amazing authors.

http://french.about.com Learn French at About – Free French Lessons, 2013-2015. Web.

http://www.frenchtoday.com French Today Master Modern French, 1999-2016. Web.

http://takelessons.com/blog Take Lessons, 2016. Web.

http://www.leaflanguages.org/ The LEAF Project, 2016. Web.

http://frenchblabla.org/ French Blabla Speak Like A Native, 2016. Web.

https://www.talkinfrench.com/ Talk in French, 2016. Web.

http://yourfrenchcorner.com/ Your French Corner, 2017. Web.

https://www.theintrepidguide.com/ The Intrepid Guide, 2017. Web.

Jan R. Zamir, Ph.D., Jean-Philippe Robert Mathy, Rosemary McCluskey. “750 French Verbs and Their Uses.” John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1992.

Valerie Worth-Stylianou. “Cassell’s Contemporary French: A Handbook of Grammar, Current Usage, and Word Power.” MacMillan Publishing Company, 1992.

David Burke. “Street French 1: The Best of French Slang (Street Language).” John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1996.

Jean-Paul Valette, Rebecca M. Valette. “Discovering French Nouveau: Teacher Edition Level 1A 2004.” McDougal LIttell, a Houghton Mifflin Company, 2004.

David M. Stillman, Ph.D., Ronni L. Gordon, Ph.D. “The Ultimate French Review and Practice: Mastering French Grammar for Confident Communication.” Passport Books, 1999.

David M. Stillman, Ph.D., Ronni L. Gordon, Ph.D. “The Ultimate French Verb Review and Practice (Ultimate Review & Reference Series).” McGraw-Hill, 2006.

Seymour Resnick. “Essential French Grammar – All the Grammar Really Needed for Speech and Comprehension.” Dover Publications, Inc., 1961.

Elizabeth Allen. “French Idioms Explained: Il Est Dans Les Nuages.” Elizabeth Allen, 2014.

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