Speak French In No Time

Speak French In No Time

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Everyone has heard that French is the language of love, but it is quickly becoming the language of tourism too. With France as the world's top tourism destination for worldwide travelers and French being spoken in more than two dozen countries on five continents, chances are that the language will come in handy no matter where you travel. [World Tourism Organization press release, 2/2/05; CIA World Factbook]

Written for readers who want to learn the basics of French but don't have a lot of time to get the job done, Speak French In No Time offers easy-to-use phonetic pronunciation and study guides, as well as relevant grammar rules and vocabulary. You will also learn how to communicate ideas in French rather than merely memorizing stock phrases. Covering everything from social niceties (like hellos and introductions) and basic questions on how navigate through eating out, shopping, and business, to the use of slang so you can fit in with the natives, this book offers you a tool to make learning French fun, quick, and easy. The author also lists helpful internet and media resources to make French practice more interesting and interactive.

Better at learning by hearing than reading? You will have access to free downloadable audio files for use on the go whether in the car, on the computer, or with an MP3 player!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 178 x 232mm
  • Que Corporation,U.S.
  • United States
  • English, French
  • 0789735091
  • 9780789735096

About Professor David Hebert

A lifelong bilingual French and English speaker, David L. Hebert is a lawyer and writer from Manitoba, Canada, one of Canada's official bilingual provinces. David received his call to the Manitoba Bar in 2003 and has since been practicing Law. Prior to that time, he was a manager, consultant, and writer, contributing to nonfiction publications on a variety of topics. David has continued to work in the writing and publishing field, most recently editing anthologies of U.S. Supreme Court cases aimed towards high-school students. David's knowledge of the French language and its grammatical rules enabled him to co-author Adams Media's Everything Learning French Book.
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