The complete idiot's guide to learning French /

Presents an outline of basic French grammar, offers useful words and expressions, and simplifies dialogue for conversation and travel situations.

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Main Author: Stein, Gail.
Format: Book Audio CD
Published:New York, N.Y. : Alpha Books, c2009.
Edition:5th ed.
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Table of Contents:
  • Part 1, The bare basics. The top ten reasons you should study French ; Pronounce it properly ; The French you know ; Idiomatically speaking ; Grasp that grammar! ; French : the sexy language ; On the move!
  • Part 2, Travel time. Greetings and salutations ; "I'd like you to get to know you
  • " ; Navigating the airport ; Getting there without delay ; A room with a view
  • Part 3, Fun time. Today's weather is
  • ; Sightseeing ; "I wanna shop till I drop!" ; An old-fashioned, home-cooked meal ; Eating out ; Fun and games
  • Part 4, Time out : problems. Torn jacket? Broken glasses? Personal services ; "I need a doctor
  • now!" ; "Oops, I forgot to pack my toothbrush!" ; Phone hom
  • or anywhere else ; "Please, Mr. Postman
  • "
  • Part 5, It's time for business. For the businessperson ; Buying and renting property ; Money is the issue
  • Appendixes. A, Verb charts
  • B, Dictionaries.