Language study resources for students of French:
A student grammar of French (448.2421 online in ebrary)
A comprehensive French grammar (Ref 445 P931)
A frequency dictionary of French : core vocabulary for learners (443.21 L869)
French 2.0: the interactive language course for the 21st century (448.2 B455)
501 French verbs (Ref 448.2 K349)
Cambridge history of the Romance languages (online in Cambridge Histories)
Pimsleur French I, II, III (Disc CD537, 538, 539)
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Videos for students of French
C'est chouette! (DVD S1075, DVD S1076, DVD S1077)
Bon appétit!: food and drink (DVD S1128)
French negatives (DVD S1065)
Grand dictionnaire : française-anglais, anglais-français (Ref 443.2 C217a)
The Oxford business French dictionary : French-English, English-French (Ref 650.03 Ox2 and online in Oxford Reference)
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Contemporary French cultural studies (914.4038 R337)
Culture and customs of France (914.4038 H127)
The Cambridge companion to modern French culture (Ref 309.144 H497)
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