Savoir Flair!: 101 Tips for Enjoying France and the French

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Culture Crossings Limited, 2000 - Travel - 288 pages
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Which words of French unlock a warm welcome? What should you expect in hotels? Taxis? In cafe restrooms? What is the code for getting great customer service? What is all the fuss about food and French restaurants? Do you know how to charm French waiters? How do you entertain business contacts, intrigue French women and French men?

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Review: Savoir-Flair!: 211 Tips for Enjoying France and the French

User Review  - Laura Haas - Goodreads

Funny and helpful for traveling to and living in France/Francophone countries. Helps you see how your (anglophone) behaviors are perceived from another culture and adjust accordingly- if you want to ... Read full review

Review: Savoir-Flair!: 211 Tips for Enjoying France and the French

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Skimmed. Isn't it fun to skim books? My favorite thing from this one was her conclusion that French people are tender. I agree. They will go out of their way to help you in ways we individualistic Americans sometimes do not. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
9
Enjoying Your Hotel
25
Enjoying French Bathrooms
40
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Polly Platt was a journalist in New York before moving to Paris in 1967, where she founded Culture Crossings, a cross-cultural training organization for corporate executives and their spouses. Her earlier books, "French or Foe" and "Savoir Flair" are international bestsellers.

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