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126 total pages, 15 chapters, Answer keys included
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Vol des Oiseaux – Reader
Fiction novel written in present tense
Fifteen-year-old Nathalie Gauthier had reservations about her father’s new job in Cameroon, but little did she know that missing her home and her friends would be the least of her worries. She finds herself in the middle of an illegal bird-trading scheme, and it’s a race against time for her father to save her and the African Grey Parrot.
This story strategically weaves high-level language structures into a compelling story, which based on high-frequency vocabulary. Even upper level language students need repeated exposure to language structures in order to acquire them, and Fluency Matters’ intermediate readers maintain a high frequency factor of high-level language structures, thus helping learners progress beyond typical proficiency levels.
But do not focus on language structures or the advanced grammatical features embedded in this story. Rather, focus on enjoying the story! The more you enjoy it, the more you will acquire French without even realizing it! Happy reading!
Unique Word Count: 410
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