4 replaced http://french.stackexchange.com/ with https://french.stackexchange.com/
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As a complement to the selected answerselected answer, I also suggest:

Le Bon usage, Grevisse et Goosse, 2011, De Boeck Supérieur, 1640 p.
Nouvelle grammaire française, Grevisse et Goosse, 3e, 1995..., De Boeck Supérieur, 400 p.

The former work is challenging even for a native speaker. In terms of format it is as if you presented the Cambridge Grammar of the English Language with the examples from the Oxford English Dictionary; yet with effort it should provide some thoughts and insight about the French language for the rest of one's natural life. The latter is a strong contender, in my opinion, alongside such works as those mentioned in the answer (I've had to use Bled, Bescherelle and Grevisse grammars in high school), and material on specific topics etc.1


1. Reference material CIEP.fr. You did not ask for online content so I would just provide a few links to grammar material I found useful: topic based Banque de depannage linguistique (BDL), Français facile, Allo Prof, Bonjour de France (note DELF section). Generally, for some reference material see also this answeranswer. None of this is specifically geared at the Spanish speaker or French learner; one should challenge themself imho.

As a complement to the selected answer, I also suggest:

Le Bon usage, Grevisse et Goosse, 2011, De Boeck Supérieur, 1640 p.
Nouvelle grammaire française, Grevisse et Goosse, 3e, 1995..., De Boeck Supérieur, 400 p.

The former work is challenging even for a native speaker. In terms of format it is as if you presented the Cambridge Grammar of the English Language with the examples from the Oxford English Dictionary; yet with effort it should provide some thoughts and insight about the French language for the rest of one's natural life. The latter is a strong contender, in my opinion, alongside such works as those mentioned in the answer (I've had to use Bled, Bescherelle and Grevisse grammars in high school), and material on specific topics etc.1


1. Reference material CIEP.fr. You did not ask for online content so I would just provide a few links to grammar material I found useful: topic based Banque de depannage linguistique (BDL), Français facile, Allo Prof, Bonjour de France (note DELF section). Generally, for some reference material see also this answer. None of this is specifically geared at the Spanish speaker or French learner; one should challenge themself imho.

As a complement to the selected answer, I also suggest:

Le Bon usage, Grevisse et Goosse, 2011, De Boeck Supérieur, 1640 p.
Nouvelle grammaire française, Grevisse et Goosse, 3e, 1995..., De Boeck Supérieur, 400 p.

The former work is challenging even for a native speaker. In terms of format it is as if you presented the Cambridge Grammar of the English Language with the examples from the Oxford English Dictionary; yet with effort it should provide some thoughts and insight about the French language for the rest of one's natural life. The latter is a strong contender, in my opinion, alongside such works as those mentioned in the answer (I've had to use Bled, Bescherelle and Grevisse grammars in high school), and material on specific topics etc.1


1. Reference material CIEP.fr. You did not ask for online content so I would just provide a few links to grammar material I found useful: topic based Banque de depannage linguistique (BDL), Français facile, Allo Prof, Bonjour de France (note DELF section). Generally, for some reference material see also this answer. None of this is specifically geared at the Spanish speaker or French learner; one should challenge themself imho.

3 Lien oublié (BDL).
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As a complement to the selected answer, I also suggest:

Le Bon usage, Grevisse et Goosse, 2011, De Boeck Supérieur, 1640 p.
Nouvelle grammaire française, Grevisse et Goosse, 3e, 1995..., De Boeck Supérieur, 400 p.

The former work is challenging even for a native speaker. In terms of format it is as if you presented the Cambridge Grammar of the English Language with the examples from the Oxford English Dictionary; yet with effort it should provide some thoughts and insight about the French language for the rest of one's natural life. The latter is a strong contender, in my opinion, alongside such works as those mentioned in the answer (I've had to use Bled, Bescherelle and Grevisse grammars in high school), and material on specific topics etc.1


1. Reference material CIEP.fr. You did not ask for online content so I would just provide a few links to grammar material I found useful: topic based Banque de depannage linguistiqueBanque de depannage linguistique (BDL), Français facile, Allo Prof, Bonjour de France (note DELF section). Generally, for some reference material see also this answer. None of this is specifically geared at the Spanish speaker or French learner; one should challenge themself imho.

As a complement to the selected answer, I also suggest:

Le Bon usage, Grevisse et Goosse, 2011, De Boeck Supérieur, 1640 p.
Nouvelle grammaire française, Grevisse et Goosse, 3e, 1995..., De Boeck Supérieur, 400 p.

The former work is challenging even for a native speaker. In terms of format it is as if you presented the Cambridge Grammar of the English Language with the examples from the Oxford English Dictionary; yet with effort it should provide some thoughts and insight about the French language for the rest of one's natural life. The latter is a strong contender, in my opinion, alongside such works as those mentioned in the answer (I've had to use Bled, Bescherelle and Grevisse grammars in high school), and material on specific topics etc.1


1. Reference material CIEP.fr. You did not ask for online content so I would just provide a few links to grammar material I found useful: topic based Banque de depannage linguistique (BDL), Français facile, Allo Prof, Bonjour de France (note DELF section). Generally, for some reference material see also this answer. None of this is specifically geared at the Spanish speaker or French learner; one should challenge themself imho.

As a complement to the selected answer, I also suggest:

Le Bon usage, Grevisse et Goosse, 2011, De Boeck Supérieur, 1640 p.
Nouvelle grammaire française, Grevisse et Goosse, 3e, 1995..., De Boeck Supérieur, 400 p.

The former work is challenging even for a native speaker. In terms of format it is as if you presented the Cambridge Grammar of the English Language with the examples from the Oxford English Dictionary; yet with effort it should provide some thoughts and insight about the French language for the rest of one's natural life. The latter is a strong contender, in my opinion, alongside such works as those mentioned in the answer (I've had to use Bled, Bescherelle and Grevisse grammars in high school), and material on specific topics etc.1


1. Reference material CIEP.fr. You did not ask for online content so I would just provide a few links to grammar material I found useful: topic based Banque de depannage linguistique (BDL), Français facile, Allo Prof, Bonjour de France (note DELF section). Generally, for some reference material see also this answer. None of this is specifically geared at the Spanish speaker or French learner; one should challenge themself imho.

2 CIEP.fr link in note 1.
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As a complement to the selected answer, I also suggest:

Le Bon usage, Grevisse et Goosse, 2011, De Boeck Supérieur, 1640 p.
Nouvelle grammaire française, Grevisse et Goosse, 3e, 1995..., De Boeck Supérieur, 400 p.

The former work is challenging even for a native speaker. In terms of format it is as if you presented the Cambridge Grammar of the English Language with the examples from the Oxford English Dictionary; yet with effort it should provide some thoughts and insight about the French language for the rest of one's natural life. The latter is a strong contender, in my opinion, alongside such works as those mentioned in the answer (I've had to use Bled, Bescherelle and Grevisse grammars in high school), and material on specific topics etc.1


1. Reference material CIEP.fr. You did not ask for online content so I would just provide a few links to grammar material I found useful: topic based Banque de depannage linguistique (BDL), Français facile, Allo Prof, Bonjour de France (note DELF section). Generally, for some reference material see also this answer. None of this is specifically geared at the Spanish speaker or French learner; one should challenge themself imho.

As a complement to the selected answer, I also suggest:

Le Bon usage, Grevisse et Goosse, 2011, De Boeck Supérieur, 1640 p.
Nouvelle grammaire française, Grevisse et Goosse, 3e, 1995..., De Boeck Supérieur, 400 p.

The former work is challenging even for a native speaker. In terms of format it is as if you presented the Cambridge Grammar of the English Language with the examples from the Oxford English Dictionary; yet with effort it should provide some thoughts and insight about the French language for the rest of one's natural life. The latter is a strong contender, in my opinion, alongside such works as those mentioned in the answer (I've had to use Bled, Bescherelle and Grevisse grammars in high school), and material on specific topics etc.1


1. You did not ask for online content so I would just provide a few links to grammar material I found useful: topic based Banque de depannage linguistique (BDL), Français facile, Allo Prof, Bonjour de France (note DELF section). Generally, for some reference material see also this answer. None of this is specifically geared at the Spanish speaker or French learner; one should challenge themself imho.

As a complement to the selected answer, I also suggest:

Le Bon usage, Grevisse et Goosse, 2011, De Boeck Supérieur, 1640 p.
Nouvelle grammaire française, Grevisse et Goosse, 3e, 1995..., De Boeck Supérieur, 400 p.

The former work is challenging even for a native speaker. In terms of format it is as if you presented the Cambridge Grammar of the English Language with the examples from the Oxford English Dictionary; yet with effort it should provide some thoughts and insight about the French language for the rest of one's natural life. The latter is a strong contender, in my opinion, alongside such works as those mentioned in the answer (I've had to use Bled, Bescherelle and Grevisse grammars in high school), and material on specific topics etc.1


1. Reference material CIEP.fr. You did not ask for online content so I would just provide a few links to grammar material I found useful: topic based Banque de depannage linguistique (BDL), Français facile, Allo Prof, Bonjour de France (note DELF section). Generally, for some reference material see also this answer. None of this is specifically geared at the Spanish speaker or French learner; one should challenge themself imho.

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