The Traveler's Phrase Book

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Barron's Educational Series, 2001 - Travel - 547 pages
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Travelers to Europe who plan to vacation or do business in more than one country will want to take this pocket-size phrase book along on the trip. It's filled with hundreds of useful words and phrases with their translations from English into French, German, Italian, and Spanish. Each bilingual section is color-coded with tipped pages--blue for French, burgundy for German, green for Italian, and orange for Spanish. Words and phrases will help travelers cope with travel and customs, direct taxi drivers, get hotel accommodations, dine, shop, and generally get around. Updated maps, illustrations, travel tips, and commonly used expressions make this a fine international traveler's companion.
 

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Contents

Quick Pronunciation Guide
2
When You Arrive
14
Getting Around Town
26
Planning a Trip
32
Entertainment and Diversions
45
Food and Drink
56
Meeting People
78
Personal Care and Services
99
Meeting People
212
Shopping
218
Personal Care and Services
236
Medical Care
243
Communications
254
General Information
260
Quick Pronunciation Guide
414
When You Arrive
426

Communications
113
Quick Pronunciation Guide
132
When You Arrive
143
Getting Around Town
155
Driving a Car
164
Entertainment and Diversions
174
Food and Drink
183
Getting Around Town
441
Planning a Trip
447
Entertainment and Diversions
460
Food and Drink
471
Meeting People
493
Personal Care and Services
520
Communications
533

About the author (2001)

Gail Stein is a dedicated language instructor who has taught in New York City public schools for more than 30 years. She has written numerous books on language self-instruction.

McGraw-Hill authors represent the leading experts in their fields and are dedicated to improving the lives, careers, and interests of readers worldwide

Wald is the former Chairman of the Department of Foreign Languages and Bilingual Programs at the Martin Van Buren High School, New York City.

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