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Collins Gem French Phrasebook and Dictionary

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Author: Collins Dictionaries

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

Publish Date: 12 Jul 2010

ISBN-13: 9780007358588

Pages: 304

File Type: PDF

Language: EnglishFrench



With Collins Gem French phrasebook and dictionary you will sound and speak like a native. It’s ideal for practising pronunciation, listening comprehension and becoming more confident, not just in speaking but in understanding others when abroad.
The French Gem will give you the right word at the right time – every time.

In all of the most common travel situations, you need the reassurance that you can communicate with ease. A reliable, portable and easy-to-use phrasebook is a travel essential, and with Collins Gem French phrasebook and dictionary, the right word will always be at your fingertips.

This indispensable language guide covers the topics and phrases that crop up everyday on holiday, from finding a hotel to choosing wine.

* Travel information and tips
* 3000 word dictionary
* Comprehensive menu decoder
* Grammar and pronunciation sections
* “Face to face” sections

With the help of the French Gem you will never be lost for words in France again.
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Amazon customer reviews of Collins Gem Phrasebooks:

“They are easily navigable with colour coding for different sections. My favourite bit, though – which I couldn’t do without – is the awesome menu reader! They’re really discreet for bringing out at the dinner table, pretty much fitting in your hand, and avoiding the truly obvious tourist look!”

“Easy to use, very light to carry and the food dictionary in the middle of the book is a life saver when your waiter doesn’t speak english. A must have.”

“Much smaller than the usual Berlitz guides but equally useful.”

“Stunningly good! It’s everything you could need from a phrasebook. It has lots of nice little bits you would not expect to see. Absolutely 5*s its a little pot of gold you can fit in your pocket (and it actually does too!)”
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