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French Key Words & Expressions

The Combined Book (Revised)

Saul Rosenthal

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Wheatmark
15 April 2009
This combined book of key words and expressions gives you the absolutely essential words you'll need to know to navigate everyday French conversation. For example, it would be difficult to get through a single day in France without hearing each of the words truc, bise and Pardon! at least once. Well, these words are all here in this book, and lots more, like défense de, foutu, fichu, drôle de, en liquide,

and et alors? The use of each is discussed and illustrated with examples. After reading this book, you'll not only recognize these key words if you hear or read them, but you'll also be able to use them correctly yourself. This book will be a pleasure for you. It's one of those rare finds, a book that is both very useful and fun to read!

About the Author

Saul H. Rosenthal has also published the following French and English learning books:

The Rules for the Gender of French Nouns, (3rd revised edition) Speaking Better French, Faux Amis Speaking Better French, more Faux Amis Speaking Better French, still more Faux Amis French Faux Amis: The Combined Book Speaking Better French, The Key Words and Expressions Speaking Better French, More Key Words and Expressions

et en français

Les règles du genre des noms au masculin et au féminin

Mieux parler anglais, Faux amis
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Imprint:   Wheatmark
Edition:   Revised ed.
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 152mm,  Spine: 17mm
Weight:   435g
ISBN:   9781604942477
ISBN 10:   1604942479
Pages:   294
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Reviews for French Key Words & Expressions: The Combined Book (Revised)

<p> I very much like what you have done with the latest book. The expressions you introduce are so much a part of everyday conversational life in France. Too bad that more French texts don't teach them. --- Professor John Romeiser, University of Tennessee, Knoxville


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