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Accord: Exercices autocorrectifs


Accord: Exercices autocorrectifs

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Self-correcting exercises in French on a variety of topics in grammar, vocabulary and culture. Two levels. Niveau 1 titles are: Arrivee, Dans la Ville, Rencontres and Voyages. Niveau 2 titles include: l'Entourage, le Bien-Etre, La Communication and la Societe. Franco-Japanese version also available.
Material Type: Drill and Practice
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Date Added to MERLOT: February 11, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: May 13, 2015
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Submitter: Laura Franklin


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Avatar for Juliette Blue Bourdier de
6 years ago

Juliette Blue Bourdier de (Faculty)

Excellent website for beginners. Lots of exercises with immediate corrections. I particularly liked the lexical exercises. Vocabulary put in context. And the conjugation exercise, where the students are not asked to find the ending but the tricky parts in the middle of the verb (Letter transformation, double consonant, accent grave...).

Avatar for Claire Kew
6 years ago

Claire Kew (Faculty)

Visually attractive site that provides a variety of grammatical exercises for beginning and intermediate French language students. I would assign select exercises (such as the verb conjugation tables) to students preferring an interactive review as opposed to the old-fashioned pen and paper memorization.
Time spent reviewing site: 30 minutes

Avatar for Adela Mustafaraj
10 years ago

Adela Mustafaraj (Student)

The site is a companion to the Accord text book. Pretty useful to the beginners
and easy to understand.
Used in course

Avatar for Vicki Bunch
10 years ago

Vicki Bunch (Student)

I am a in finals week and really wish I had found out about this site weeks ago.
It is wonderful. It has helped me with my listening and writing skill.
Used in course

Avatar for Frank Miller
10 years ago

Frank Miller (Student)

I like this site and only wish I had found it earlier. The one frustration I
have had with learning French is not having some English translation available
when the material exceeds my level of comprehension. Being able to go back and
forth with the text in French or English is a great aid to those like myself
just getting started learning the language.

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The exercises are a great help and provide immediate feedback. That I like. The
site was easy to navigate and the informational content well thought out. Now
that I know you're here, I'll be back.
Used in course

Avatar for Robin Sutherland
10 years ago

Robin Sutherland (Student)

I found the site easy to use and appreciated the ability to get instant feedback
when attempting the exercises. I also appreciated the fact that I could see my
answers as well as the correct answers and read them thoroughly. The only
complaint I have is that the site doesn't have sound to go with the visual.
Used in course

Avatar for Marielle Andrikopoulos
12 years ago

Marielle Andrikopoulos (Student)

I found the material very easy to use, and very helpful in order to practice my
French. If used appropriately, the student's learning will definetly be

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I am only a beginner french student but I was able to practice the exercices,
and I was able to get many right answers. I was also able to learn more
vocabulary, and more grammar from the questions I got wrong.

Avatar for Danielle Trudeau
13 years ago

Danielle Trudeau (Faculty)

Excellent resource for individualized, self-paced first and second year
programs. Teachers can also use it in class for reviewing before a test.

The website offers a wealth of progressive exercises in the form of short
quizzes with feedback on correct and wrong answers. Navigation is very easy from
one level to another. Most exercises are geared toward communication and based
on various topics or situations such as writing postcards, understanding a
letter, buying a newspaper, etc. All grammatical exercises (conjugation,
pronouns, word order, etc) are contextualized and require attention to slight
changes in the content of the sentences.

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