Sure, you can blurt out qMerci!q and qOui! Oui!q and qGarcon!q as well as the next tourist, but in truth your French lacks a certain je ne sais quoi. That just won't do if you're touring the City of Light or sunning in Tahiti or ordering a la carte in a Montreal cafe. Whether you're traveling to a French-speaking country or learning French for business, this pocket-sized primer is your passeport to one of the world's most beautiful-and useful-languages. Learn French in a Hurry features: Common French phrases (days of the week, numbers, letters); Pronunciation and conjugation tips and tricks; Grammar made easy; Useful words and terms; and Helpful French-English and English-French dictionaries. With Learn French in a Hurry, you'll master le francais right away!hAatel (hotel) ai hAapital (hospital) The Cedilla The cedilla (in English, pronounced se-dill-ah; in French, the word is cAcdille, pronounced say-dee) appears underneath the letter c to make it appear like it has a tail: As. It indicates a soft s soundanbsp;...
|Title||:||Learn French In A Hurry|
|Publisher||:||Adams Media - 2007-06-11|