- Spiral-bound: 80 pages
- Publisher: Nelson Thornes; New Ed edition (2 May 2000)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0174444605
- ISBN-13: 978-0174444602
- Product Dimensions: 14 x 0.5 x 21.6 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 155,249 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
French Grammar Revision - Mille et un points Spiral-bound – 2 May 2000
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If you're learning French or know someone who's studying it at school, just go buy it right now. It crams every little rule about grammar into about 60 pages. There's nothing at all about French grammar which you can't look up in this book in a minute or two.
Yes, this sounds a little too gushing, but it really is that good.
The book is a collection of clearly written notes and examples that cover everything you need to know about French grammar. If I want a simple, clear answer about any point of French grammar I reach for my copy of 1001 Points. It has never failed me.
1001 Points doesn't contain any question or exercises for practising grammar, but that's fine, it isn't intended as that kind of book. I've bought a different textbook to provide me with the practice questions I need, but I still keep refering back to this one.
And so it was that that particular afternoon, I happened to come across this ostensibly modest, little book on French grammar: Mille et Un Points by Neil Creighton. Don't let its appearance deceive you, though, for it's an atomic bomb of a book, packed with such linguistic power and magic that it's bound to make any reader of any degree of scholarship or proficiency in the language possessive of it, ''unletgoably'' posseissive, at that. What's more, this quasi-booklet also doubles as a handy ready reckoner which, in my opinion, therefore is best used for revision- for a good brush-up, if you like, whatever the time, situation or occasion. It's a real wonder at all how such a thin book can be so impossibly good, so productive!! The only drawback that is perhaps worth mentioning is that more illustrations explaining each of the grammar topics- more elaboration- would have made noticeable difference to the book.
I, however, recommend this book very highly; this is for any avid and sincere learner of French grammar and the language at large.
By far the best grammar book for any language.
Small enough to carry with you when in france, yet it includes every single drop of precious grammar you will every need to know!
Learn this booklet (which will be quick due to its size), and you will be fluent in french. (although you may need a dictionary for vocab, and a native speaker for the accent!)
I would definitely recommend it to others.
The grammatical points are well set out, and better than most other books I've used in the past. They're easy to locate in the book too. But the verb tabular format is the best thing about this handy book.
Overall I'm happy with this little book and it's useful for any French learner - well recommended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not a comment on the contents of the book, but I paid for a book that was advertised as "spiral bound", but it was not. Read morePublished 10 months ago by GreenInk
Use this book to quickly find the answer to a whole host of questions you will encounter when learning French. Read morePublished on 19 Sept. 2013 by Catherine M Mc Auley
A clear, practical guide that explains all the necessary grammar points simply and under clear headings. I bought this book for my niece as I have had my book for 15 years. Read morePublished on 9 Jun. 2013 by MME Catherine CHurchill
This was bought to help me with my discussion classes as I need to improve my French, which is a difficult subject anyway.,Published on 20 April 2013 by Tina
There are all kinds of language and grammar books, but every once in a while, you come across a really good book, and this is one such book. Read morePublished on 16 July 2012 by Maha from Egypt
I was recommended this book by U3A (university of third age) I find it very easy to use and a great help to anyone doing a French course.Published on 12 Dec. 2011 by old horse