False Friends: Book Two

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Troubador Publishing Ltd, Sep 1, 2011 - Foreign Language Study - 90 pages
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False Friends (Book Two) is the painless way to brush up on your French. It helps you to avoid those little linguistic faux pas by teaching you how to use the language correctly, thus avoiding those troublesome false friends (words that sound similar in two languages but mean something utterly different...) This companion volume is aimed at anyone learning French. Readers will benefit from the pain free way to polish up their French, picking up hints and clues about how best to use the French language along the way. Following on from False Friends (Book One), Ellie Malet Spradbery brings her fun-filled approach to French back for the second title in this series.
 

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User Review  - meli1029 - LibraryThing

Perhaps because I am unfamiliar with the first installment of this series, I didn't have the depth of background necessary to enjoy Book Two. It wasn't a badly written book and it paced quickly enough ... Read full review

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User Review  - jennytwist - LibraryThing

Anyone who has ever studied French will find a lot to laugh at in this book. We have all seen a familiar word and leapt to the conclusion that it means the same in the other language. Who would have ... Read full review

Contents

False Friends
3
French Expressions
17
Twins Triplets Etc
37
Lists
51
Miscellaneous
71
English Expressions
77
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