Practice Makes Perfect: French Pronouns and Prepositions

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I haven't consistently liked McGraw-Hill's <em>Practice Makes Perfect&nbsp;</em>books on pronouns and prepositions (which are offered for multiple languages), but I thoroughly enjoyed this one for French. The exercises were helpful, and the vocabulary used throughout the book was great--relevant, varied, and interesting.&nbsp;</p>
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<em>Practice Makes Perfect: French Pronouns and Prepositions</em> is officially for intermediate and advanced students, and I personally loved the level.</p>
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Now, even for a grammarphilic student like me, the exercises might have teetered towards tediousness at times--in Chapter 6, for example, there are too many long and similar exercises--but the name of this series is after all&nbsp;<em>Practice Makes Perfect</em>!</p>
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Since I used&nbsp;<em>French Pronouns and Prepositions</em>, a new, second edition has come out (2011). The main difference I see, perhaps the only difference, is the addition of review exercises at the back.</p>

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