French Phrasebook & DictionaryBook - 2012 | Fifth edition
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Why have some French? You may be told of a cosy vineyard way off the tourist track, or discover that there's little merit in the stereotype about the French being rude. French is the official language of a number of international organisations (includingthe UN and the International Olympic Committee).
Baker & Taylor
Teaches French grammar, terms, and expressions to use in different situations, and provides a bilingual dictionary of common words.