The Best French Grammar Book
Hey there! Is there a book like Betty Azar's book —Fundamentals of English Grammar— for French grammar? If not, what is the best book to master French grammar?
I like this one, it's downloadable as well;
Do a forum search on
French grammar and you will find many discussions with good suggestions. The Ultimate French Review and Practice is pretty good. (Note: a newer edition will be issued in 2 months; I've never tried the accompanying CD/material and so can't recommend it one way or the other; you can buy earlier editions in perfect condition for much less money.) Teach Yourself French is very old but it has exercises w/ an answer key and will answer your questions about the basics right now, as it's online. As is Lawless French, which is a good site.
Oooooooooo I have one, so on amazon there is this French book with lavender on the front cover, I'm not sure what its called, because it is in a huge pile of books, but it is very helpful!
If you can find a copy of Madrigal's Magic Key to French, I recommend you pick it up. It's out of print, and there are bootleg scans of it floating around online, but I strongly urge you to buy a "legal" copy.