La deuzième année de français, a sequel to "La première année."

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^ ANNEEDEUXIEME FIANÇAIS F.B. KIRKMAN W.H.L.EECH •». C.M.GARNIEII.^ LADEUXIÈMEANNÉE DE FRANÇAIS A SEOUEL TO 'LA PREMIÈRE ANNÉE' URITTEN AND EDITEI) BV F. B. KIRKMAN, B.A. Oxox. SCHOOL EXAMINER AND OCCASIONAL INSl'ECTOR TO THE OXFORD AND CAMHRIDIiE JOINT BOAKD, ETC. WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF Ch. m. garxier l'RoFESSELK AGRÉGÉ AL LYCÉE HENRr IV., lARFS W. H. B. LEECH, M.A. HF SCHOOLHE.\D.MASTER THE lEN'RITH r.RAMM.\R fVith or Withoiit Vocabuluaiy, Price Two Shillings and Sixpence ^^ LOXDON \^y\ ADAM AXD CHARLES BLACK 1908 — ——— — Unifonn ivith iliis Vo'udic. LA. PREMIERE ANNEE DE FRANÇAIS: A Day in Paris. Second Edition. Wilh Illustrations and a Plan. Small crown Svo.51 Cloth. Price 2s. school-book.''A striking success.' S/>t'akL-y, 'An admirable Scots>nait. ' \'er>' thoroughly donc' Guardian. ' Songs and stories are cleverly and naturally interspersed.' yoitriial Education. 'Theof narrative is exceedingly witty and amusing. ... I never before realized how delightful a school-book might be.' Lady. WALL PICTURES for use wilh the above. Two différent subjects. Size of each, 30X40 inches. Unmounted 3s.net each mounted on linen, 5s. net each: mounted on linen ; and on rollers, 7s. 6d. net each. PREMIÈREANNÉE DEFRANÇAIS. Première Parue (Phonetic by D. L. Savokv,F^dition). Transcribed M.A. Illustrated. Price 6d. FRENCH LESSON NOTES. To accompany ReformPremière Année, Premières Lectures, and the Readers. By F. B. Kirkman. Price is. 6d. A. AND C. liLACK, SOHO SQUARE, LONDON, W.

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ANNEEDEUXIEME
FIANÇAIS
F.B. KIRKMAN
W.H.L.EECH
•». C.M.GARNIEII.^LADEUXIÈMEANNÉE
DE
FRANÇAIS
A SEOUEL TO 'LA PREMIÈRE ANNÉE'
URITTEN AND EDITEI) BV
F. B. KIRKMAN, B.A. Oxox.
SCHOOL EXAMINER AND OCCASIONAL INSl'ECTOR TO THE
OXFORD AND CAMHRIDIiE JOINT BOAKD, ETC.
WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF
Ch. m. garxier
l'RoFESSELK AGRÉGÉ AL LYCÉE HENRr IV., lARFS
W. H. B. LEECH, M.A.
HF SCHOOLHE.\D.MASTER THE lEN'RITH r.RAMM.\R
fVith or Withoiit Vocabuluaiy, Price Two Shillings and Sixpence ^^
LOXDON
\^y\
ADAM AXD CHARLES BLACK
1908— ——— —
Unifonn ivith iliis Vo'udic.
LA. PREMIERE ANNEE DE FRANÇAIS:
A Day in Paris. Second Edition. Wilh
Illustrations and a Plan. Small crown Svo.51
Cloth. Price 2s.
school-book.''A striking success.' S/>t'akL-y, 'An admirable
Scots>nait. ' \'er>' thoroughly donc' Guardian. ' Songs and stories
are cleverly and naturally interspersed.' yoitriial Education. 'Theof
narrative is exceedingly witty and amusing. ... I never before realized
how delightful a school-book might be.' Lady.
WALL PICTURES for use wilh the above. Two différent
subjects. Size of each, 30X40 inches. Unmounted 3s.net
each mounted on linen, 5s. net each: mounted on linen
;
and on rollers, 7s. 6d. net each.
PREMIÈREANNÉE DEFRANÇAIS. Première
Parue (Phonetic by D. L. Savokv,F^dition). Transcribed
M.A. Illustrated. Price 6d.
FRENCH LESSON NOTES. To accompany
ReformPremière Année, Premières Lectures, and the
Readers. By F. B. Kirkman. Price is. 6d.
A. AND C. liLACK, SOHO SQUARE, LONDON, W.—
PREFACE
tu the Prcmicrc Année. Whethcr or n )tThis book is ;i sequel
it will actually correspond to the second year of instruction will,
finish Premièreof course, dépend on tlie time taken to the
Année. The latter has been worked through in a year, and it
Deuxième Année ishas taken two years. In cases where the
selected to follow some other first year course it may be advisable
to make the Petits Contes de Fées serve as a bridge between
the two.'
chictiy with theThe vocabulary of the Première Année dealt
home, the street, and the school. This takes the learner to the
country and seaside in the form of a tour through Brittany and
Normandy. An elcmentary historical, geographical and literary
geographyvocabulary is provided by chapters deahng with the
and history of France, and by poems and fables, mostly related
to the history. T he latter has been based on the results of
scientific research, and every effort has been made tomodem
ensure accuracy.
The book is self-contained everything recjuired by the pupil
;
will be found in it. Notes on method and suggestions for
written work will found in the Lesson Notes, supplied free ofbe
charge to the teacher. Spécial stress has been laid upon oral
grammar-practice, especially of the tense forms, it being the
conviction of the writer that it is only by a systematic applica-
tion the to the teaching of grammar thatof oral method
accuracy in the useoi inflection and construction can be ensured.
Ample provision is made for home-work
The author is indcbtcd to M. Garnier for a searching double
revision whole work, bringingof the and to .Mr. Leech for to
bear upon the exercises the results of his almost unique ex-
périence with classes of the for which they are intendedâge
eleven to thirteen. The text has been further revised by my
ever-patient friend Professor Brandin, of London University,
and by Miss F. M. S. Batchelor, who aiso undertook the
vocabulary. four due, also toTo ail my best thanks are
Miss Shearson, of the Exeter High School, and to Mr. P. D.
Hugon, who himself responsible for the final revision cfmade
the whole proof
F. 15 K.
' Petits Contes de Fies. A Term Reader by W. G. Hartog, with
complète Reform Exercises by F. B. Kirkman. Priée 8d. Black.[Xico Jiiiii^ii/ii/:.
JkUNK Fll.LK NORMANDE.
En costume de fête.^
DEUXIÈME DEANNÉE
FRANÇAIS
1
MA -NORMANDIE
—FiG. I. Unk Hirondellr.
Quand tout renaît^ à l'espérance,
l'hiver- fuit loin de nousEt que ;
Sous le beau ciel de notre France,
Quand le soleil revient^ plus doux ;
nature est reverdie,Quand la
Quand l'hirondelle'' est de retour,
à revoir ma Normandie !J'aime
C'est le pays qui m'a donné le jour.
' Iiifiii., renaître. - Saison qui commence au mois de décembre.
' * ^lutin., revenir. Reverdir=redevenir vert. Fig. i.
'
'' '= musiqueIci jour vie. Pour la voir First French Song Book
(Black), p. 42.
GEOGRAPHIE DE FRANCE: LITTORAL
La France est un pa3's situé à l'ouest (du continent)
de l'Europe. Les limites (bornes) de ce pays au nord
sont un canal, ^ la Manche, un détroit,'- le Pas de
Calais et la mer du Nord.
II n, S V I c^J S S j I 'I XM O V>IM H T^v_V_J ;^