101 French idioms: understanding French language and culture through popular phrases

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McGraw-Hill, Jan 11, 1995 - Foreign Language Study - 160 pages
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You certainly won't avoir le cafard ("have the cockroach" - have the blues), and you may even vous fendre la peche ("split your peach" - split your sides laughing) when you read this humorous volume of colorful French idioms. "101 French Idioms, " a whimsical collection of colloquialisms, is sure to delight you - and provide real insight into French idioms, customs, and humor.

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User Review  - snabbieyoyo - LibraryThing

This is a highly entertaining and very usefull book. I found it when studying French in grad school and have been amazed at the number of times I have heard many of these idioms used in everyday French. Read full review

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I found this book really useful to improve my knowledge of French idioms! Read full review



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