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Le Français Langue Allogène

Abstract : French textbooks are often dogmatic, if not implicit grammar. This explains its degradation in countries where it is not the mother tongue of the population. However, French has established itself there for historical reasons. This work proposes to apply the principle of HJELMSLEV empiricism in the acquisition of a language. That is, the theory must be as simple as possible, without contradiction and exhaustive. Thus, with the weapons of generative grammar and pragmatics, we present here a grammar that leaves nothing in the shadows, at the same time analytical and very economical in terms of learning.
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Jean Robert Rakotomalala. Le Français Langue Allogène. Master. Madagascar. 2019. ⟨hal-02321199v2⟩

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