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Reading French in Arts and Science
The Fourth Edition of "Reading French in the Arts and Sciences offers a systematic approach to comprehending and translating texts in the humanities and technical disciplines, focusing on the grammar needed for this task. It begins with short passages on familiar themes and gradually increases the difficulty level to more technical and literary topics.
Paperback, Fourth edition, 292 pages
Published May 8th 2005 by Houghton Mifflin
(first published August 1979)
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There is French in the book, so you might learn it that way. The organization is quite poor, and there seems to be little thought put into what should be learned first, and how to build up the language bit by bit. All in all, it proved to be a useless and expensive purchase, which I made only because it was required for a class.