How to use correlations

Consult the list below to find the correlation list corresponding to your French textbook.

The list correlates grammatical terms covered in your textbook with the relevant chapters in English Grammar for Students of French

Correlations list the chapters (and line numbers) to read before the lesson in your textbook. Occasionally, pages are listed more than once so that students review them.

If your textbook is not listed, you can create your own correlation by using the detailed index at the end of the study guide.

Select your French textbook correlation

We thank Sabine Gabaron, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, for the correlations below.

CHEZ NOUS
4th ed., Valdman, Pons (Prentice Hall, 2010).
CONTACTS
9th ed., Valette, Valette (Houghton Mifflin, 2009).
DÉBUTS
3rd ed., Siskin, Williams, Field (McGraw-Hill, 2009).
DEUX MONDES
7th ed., Terrell, Rogers, et al. (McGraw Hill, 2013).
ENTRE AMIS
6th ed., Oates, Oukada (Heinle Cengage Learning, 2013).
FRENCH IN ACTION
2nd ed., Capretz, Abetti, Abbate, et al. (Yale University Press, 1994).
HORIZONS
7th ed., Manley, Smith, et al. (Heinle, 2012).
MAIS OUI
5th ed., Thompson, Phillips (Heinle Cengage Learning, 2013).
MOTIFS
6th ed., Jansma, Kassen (Heinle Cengage Learning, 2011).
PAROLES
3rd ed., Magnan, Martin-Berg, et al. (Wiley, 2005).
POINTS DE DÉPART
2nd ed., Scullen, Pons, Valdman. (Pearson, Prentice Hall, 2013).
VIS-A-VIS
7th ed., Amon, Muyskens, Omaggio, et al. (McGraw Hill, 2015).
VOILA
6th ed., Heilenman, Kaplan (Thomson Heinle, 2010).