YCFR 415 - French Writing Techniques for the Workplace
Language of DeliveryFrench
8.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Designed for students at an advanced level wishing to develop their writing skills at that level. Explores French syntax and various techniques for text organization, coherence, conciseness and clarity through individual and collaborative work on different forms of writing commonly used in the workplace.
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