Mot a Mot Fifth Edition: New Advanced French Vocabulary (5th ed.)

by Paul Humberstone, ,Jo, Haffenden, ,Paul, Holden

Series: Eurostars

Subject categories
  • 1444143409
  • 9781444110005
  • 9781444143409

Help your students achieve their best on their exams with authentic and sophisticated phrases.

This second edition of the bestselling A Level French vocabulary reference book provides idiomatic phrases drawn from real sources such as newspapers, magazines and websites to ensure the most accurate and authentic language.

- Covers key vocabulary in thematic sections and with distinctions between levels of difficulty from AS to A2

- Easy for students to reference and search ahead of exams with topics matched to latest exam specifications

- Ensure students know the latest phrases and idioms with new entries for the latest development in communications and technology

- Increase students' repertoire with lists of synonyms

- Have the latest information at their fingertips with updated lists of current web addresses

Vocabulary available online at Vocab Express, an interactive learning application.

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Comment dirais-je?

La vie de tous les jours

Les jeunes et leurs loisirs

La famille

Les rapports humains

La sant?

Le sport professionnel


Le travail

La criminalit?

L'immigration et le racisme


La politique

Les sciences et la technologie

L'?cologie et l'environnement

Les m?dias

Les voyages et le tourisme

Le Tiers-Monde

Les beaux arts

Le patrimoine

  • Hodder Education; May 2010
  • ISBN: 9781444143409
  • Edition: 5
  • Read online, or download in secure PDF format
  • Title: Mot a Mot Fifth Edition: New Advanced French Vocabulary
  • Series: Eurostars
  • Author: Paul Humberstone; ,Jo, Haffenden; ,Paul, Holden
  • Imprint: Hodder Education
Subject categories
  • 1444143409
  • 9781444110005
  • 9781444143409

About The Author

Dr Paul Humberstone has been Head of Modern Languages in two independent schools and a school inspector. He has been involved in many of the developments in language-teaching syllabuses since the early eighties.