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J'ai déjà acheté pour mon mari livres de différent des formes de pratique rendre parfait. Cette fois, j'ai effectivement acheté pour un ami français qui l'a trouvé facile et très utile pour apprendre l'anglais.
The Kindle edition is formatted in such a way as to make it useless. Specifically all of the new vocabulary seems to be formatted as a graphic file, rather than as text, so when you increase font size of the text the new vocabulary stays the same size. Yes, you can independently blow up the size of the graphic files but they are very low resolution so they become blurry, illegible, and off center (the first several letters of each work become cut off). Very disappointing.
I have purchased many versions of these books in several different languages for my high school children to learn languages. They really like the workbook style of book. The instructions are all in English, so it is easy for them to understand what they need to do. It consists of filling in the blank type problems and choosing the correct answer from a list. The answers to the problems are at the end of the book, so they can determine if they got the answer right or wrong. I feel that these books have helped them greatly and I would recommend to others.
This isn't bad book, but it also isn't very good. On the positive side, there is a fair bit of vocabulary on a variety of topics. However, the exercises are very limited and cover only a fraction of the vocabulary. I wouldn't recommend buying this book.
The Practice Makes Perfect series is excellent. The French Vocabulary book, though, is not very good. As a practical matter, it is just lists and lists of words. Boring. Some of the other books, like Verb Tenses or Pronouns and Prepositions, integrate a varied vocabulary with their exercises. Much better way to learn new words, in my opinion.