Aimed at advanced students of French without an extensive background in linguistics, Savoir dire clearly and accessibly explains all major features of standard French pronunciation. The text successfully integrates pronunciation practice into all the major components of general French study: language, linguistics, culture, and literature. This edition provides students and professors with a fresh view of contemporary French pronunciation.
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Diane Dansereau is an associate professor of French at the University of Colorado at Denver, where she also is director of the French Program. She specializes in foreign language pedagogy, applied linguistics, and French language courses, including phonetics, history of the French language, grammar, composition, conversation, and culture. Dr. Dansereau received her Ph.D. in Romance Linguistics from the University of Michigan. She has published an advanced-level grammar textbook (Variations linguistiques, 2015), as well as several articles in professional journals, has served as a Certified ACTFL Oral Proficiency Tester, and is a member of several professional organizations, including the American Association of the Teachers of French and the Modern Language Association. In 1991, she was named the Outstanding Teacher for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Colorado at Denver.Review:
"[Savoir Dire has] excellent explanations and literary text practice exercises."Explanations [are] complete and very clear, allowing students to read and comprehend 'theoretical' aspects."
"Students seem to like [Savoir dire]. They seem to enjoy a lot of the poetry, as well as the oral exercises, which are excellent.... It is relatively easy to prepare a syllabus from the book and study from it (the various topics are well balanced)."
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