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French Made Easy: Common Words and Phrases Plus Tips and Tricks to Learning French Language Fast (English Edition) Format Kindle
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Are you hoping to visit France sometime this week, month or year? Are you going there for a leisurely trip, business venture, or an important reunion? Have you been aiming to learn French, but are reluctant to because it appears hard to read, pronounce, or master altogether? Don't you wish there was a very easy process to start learning French for beginners like yourself?
The French language is recognized as one of the most beautiful in the world. It is "romantic" in a sense as it belongs to the Romance Language Family (languages that come from Latin origin), but more importantly, it is romantic because of its lilting smoothness of sound and terminology. This makes it a language many would love to learn. And certainly, if you're visiting France, wouldn't knowing a couple of phrases come in handy?
French Made Easy by well-established author and teacher Pierre Dubois, can provide you with the framework to pick up some basic French. A pundit in linguistic education, Dubois majored in linguistics at New York University and has traveled the world studying diverse cultures and languages.
This new guide will enlighten you on all the essential rules, and educate you on the need-to-know vocabulary and jargons when in France:
- An Introduction to the Language (Benefits and French-English Linguistic Relationships)
- Subjects for Familiarity (The French Alphabet, Numbers, Times, Dates and Necessary Get-by Words)
- Basic French Grammar (Genders, Tenses, Accents, Articles, Verbs, Negation, and Sentence Structure)
- Constructing Simple Questions
- French Expressions and Formal and Informal Manners of Speaking
- Conversation Starters and How to Say Farewell using a Number of Ways
- Most Common-to-Use Words (Slang and Non-Slang) for School, Home, Business, Fun, Dining and Travel
Helpful Methods to Learn French Easily and Quickly
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- ASIN : B00M1KKMKA
- Éditeur : Successful Linguistics (22 juillet 2014)
- Langue : Anglais
- Taille du fichier : 818 KB
- Synthèse vocale : Activée
- Confort de lecture : Activé
- X-Ray : Non activée
- Word Wise : Non activé
- Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 172 pages
- Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1500252298
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Then we encountered Pierre Dubois' "French Made Easy", and we both got enthusiastic ! This book is simple, complete, appealing for beginners (great "French expressions used worldwide", much appreciated easy pronunciation in the first pages, neat presentation, "need-to-know" everyday sentences, real solid basis - a few misprints too).
I shall be the "person to correct" - one of the useful tips given to learn French fast -, and I am pleased to write the first review about this attractive (and not expensive) book, as we "really like it" ! Grand merci à vous, Pierre Dubois :-)
P.S. : Thanks Amazon for letting the customers "look inside" !
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I always bring my tablet along with me, and instead of getting a common pocket book, I decided to buy an e-book through Amazon. I looked at what this book by Pierre Dubois could offer, and it seemed like it would be pretty helpful.
You know what, I am so glad this book was what I purchased. If I didn’t, I, along with 2 of my friends would have missed a trip of a lifetime! Half of my companions wanted to take the train for the Mont Saint-Michel ahead of time, while the rest of us still had to drop our newly-shopped clothing from Paris. One wrong situation led after the other and the three of us were left in a hypermarket while the others were already on the train! The best thing about this guide is that it came with phrases that were really useful for traveling. My friends got to ask around the platform and bought the correct ticket all thanks to the book. If it weren’t for this it, we would have ended up staying in the hotel completely confused with drawn-out faces. Instead, we got to catch up the rest of our peers in Normandy and had the best time of our lives!
We stayed in France for almost a month and I can really say that every line in this book became useful. I didn’t just get to see the blue waters, the towering mountains, great cathedrals, overflowing vineyards, magnificent chateaus and other architectural wonders, I made friends in France! I was in one of the cafes and happened to notice one reading a novel I loved dearly. I spoke up to her in French greetings and to my relief she said that she spoke English. She became somewhat our tour guide through the whole journey. She also introduced me to some of her French pals, and I was capable enough to make the most basic conversation pieces. Because again of this book, thank you!
Visiting places like the Gorge du Verdon, Palais des Papes, Dune of Pyla, or the French Riviera, would not have been as rewarding without the Pierre Dubois’ guide. Knowing a bit of French gets you far and makes the best out of a vacation! This one is very informative whether you need to tell the maître d that you want your meat rare in a bistro, inform the hotel staff what view you’re hoping to get from a room balcony, or even say what item of clothing or shoe you’re looking for in a boutique. Hey, it also comes with silly idiomatic expressions for you to spice up your sentences.
One other thing, before reading, I didn’t even realize that many English words I already knew were derived from French. Haha! This guide is very educational. If you’re planning a trip to Bordeaux, Lyon, or Nantes, my advice is you purchase this e-book for an always-ready guide. Trust me, it will help you out of any sticky or non-sticky situation!
During one of my trips into one of the French cities, it came to me that maybe it was finally time I start learning the French language. I was going to be in France for 6 months, and definitely a phrase book or dictionary would come in useful. I visited Amazon, which is where I usually purchase my books, did some scanning and decided to purchase this one by Pierre Dubois. It wasn’t just a phrase book or a dictionary. It contained commonly used words that are more important, including rules and essential phrases. I decided to buy it.
Having learned several languages is an advantage. I can say that I am now an intermediate level French speaker and have been exchanging conversation with many French clienteles for over a year. The book has certainly proven useful to a then beginner like myself. The guide can be easily read and absorbed as the author did make a right move of assembling the subject matters together. It comes handy for everyone, regardless if they are young or just starting to learn French in their middle ages. You will find all the basics you need to know from checking in to an inn, to saying goodbye, to greeting a newfound friend. My only qualm is that it could have added an entire section for accurate pronunciation. Nonetheless, it was a very good start for new learners. My recommendation!
It proved to be an excellent source of reference not only for common words and phrases you hear on the street. Whether by means of ordering meals, calling a cab, getting around town or buying a train ticket, this guide had more essential words and phrases necessary for business. Case point, I did not act like a complete idiot in front of very important clients. Furthermore, I admire how the author introduces French in a way that new learners would understand. Slow pacing and very detailed – he leaves no important rule or essential out, which is great if your French language grade is equivalent to that of an elementary student.
If you aren’t a businessman or woman, there’s plenty of information you can take from the guide such as the grammar rules to basic French, gender ownership, more widely used greetings, including French slang, tongue twisters, and well, even curses. It is a quick read and you can easily reperuse the guide whenever you wish to without getting lost amid a forest of other phrases. A must pick-up read for enthusiastic French beginner learners! First-rate!