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Several Speaking Difficulties in Teaching French to non-Philology Students

Publication: Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Brașov. Series IV: Philology and Cultural Studies, 2, p. 129
Publisher:Transilvania University Press
Abstract:Foreign language has become a ‘fundamental’ subject in training non-philology students for everyday life. In order to achieve this major goal, revised teaching techniques have become a priority, especially as there are no hard and fast rules in the field of foreign language teaching. The proper assimilation of the spoken French pattern (punctuation, stress, intonation, pronunciation) is of the utmost importance in the process of learning French.
Key words:spoken vs. written message, stress, intonation, pronunciation, paronymy
Language: English

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25Laurenția Dascălu-JingaMelodia vorbirii în limba românăUnivers Enciclopedic2001

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