|Statement||Michel Bareau, Judith Spencer.|
|Contributions||Spencer, Judith, 1948-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||163 p. in various pagings ;|
|Number of Pages||163|
Books by Judith Michel L'Isogramme (3rd Edition) Grammaire Synthetique Du Franciais International (Engliseh Version) by Michel L. Bareau, Judit h Spencer Hardcover, Published by Alta Pr ISBN , ISBN: L'Isogramme, Michel L. Bareau, Judith Spencer The Mental Representation of Trait and Autobiographical Knowledge About the Self - Advances in Social Cognition, Volume V, Thomas K. Srull, Robert S. Wyer One Religion, Zaheer U. Ahmed. This book is brilliant, it has filled the gap in my knowledge regarding english grammar which to be honest was massive - is it just me or did english schools totally avoid teaching us any grammar back in the 90's! This book is a must buy for anyone trying to conquer flency in french and it will also teach you the building blocks of language Reviews: isogramme est employé comme nom masculin singulier. Employé comme nom. 1. en statistiques, graphique reliant des points d'indice similaire. Quelques mots au hasard. socioanalyse - iodurisme - martyrologiste - post-abortum - norvégo-surinamien - pignole - pyrogravure - mirv - noséane - antimolécule - candlot - petit-père - pilosébac.
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