Le participe passé à cinquante contre un

Fabrice Marsac , Magdalena Dańko


All the rules of past participle agreements in French are based on the same deep reasoning that can be explained and formalized through a set of twelve extended questions (at most). It is this other method of agreements, a method that redesigns, rebuilds and remodels completely the language system, that we would like to be used in the French grammar courses and that we describe in this study.
Author Fabrice Marsac (FP / KKiJF)
Fabrice Marsac,,
- Instytut Kultury i Języka Francuskiego
, Magdalena Dańko (FP / KKiJF)
Magdalena Dańko,,
- Instytut Kultury i Języka Francuskiego
Other language title versionsThe past participle at fifty to one
Journal seriesOrbis Linguarum, ISSN 1426-7241, (B 10 pkt)
Issue year2016
Publication size in sheets0.6
Keywords in EnglishFrench participle past agreements, proposition of a new, unique and systematic procedure
Languagefr francuski
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ScoreMinisterial score = 10.0, 28-10-2019, ArticleFromJournal
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