Multi-Lingual Phrase Passport: Part of the Award Winning Let's Eat Out! Series

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R & R Publishing, Nov 1, 2005 - Foreign Language Study - 132 pages
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This passport provides 1200-plus phrases integral to international travel while managing food allergies and special diets. These phrases have been translated into French, German, Italian and Spanish by a professional technical translation service. Quality assurance testing was conducted with native speakers of each language to ensure phrase accuracy and applicability based upon contemporary cultural idioms. These phrases include a variety of concerns you may need to communicate while travelling in a foreign language speaking country including: breakfast phrases, dining requests, health statements and specific products. Even if you do not know how to pronounce these words, the format is designed so that you may refer to these phrases when scanning a menu and point directly to the guide to express your request.
 

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Wonderful book!

User Review  - Malorie - Borders

This passport is very well-organized and useful. It enables people with special diets to enjoy traveling and eating out in foreign countries. I keep it in my purse at all times! It has made my life so much easier. It has given me the confidence to eat out in foreign countries again! Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
5
Section 3
11
Section 4
41
Section 5
71
Section 6
101
Section 7
124
Section 8
130
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About the author (2005)

Kim Koeller has spent the last 23 years eating 80% of her meals in restaurants around the world while managing over a dozen food-related allergies/sensitivities and celiac/coeliac disease. Robert La France has spent over twelve years in the restaurant industry and devotes his spare time to a passion for the culinary arts. Collectively, they have traveled 2+ million miles across the globe, dined in 30+ countries on four continents, and have conversational skills in French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish.

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