When in France, Do as the French Do

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 28, 2002 - Travel - 192 pages
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Never feel like a stranger in France again!

When should you mention a person's family name in a greeting? Should you pay immediately when you are served in a café? Wearing what item of clothing will instantly reveal you as a tourist? All these answers and more can be found in When in France, Do As the French Do, a fun and intriguing book that teaches you about France's culture, language, and people.

It features 120 intriguing multiple-choice questions that are cross-referenced to fascinating articles on pop culture, customs, behavior, history, consumer trends, literature, tourist sights, business, language, and more. Also included are key terms and useful expressions, informative charts, and websites for further reference.

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User Review  - Headphonerecord - Goodreads

Great for understanding the French enigma, just a little more. You don't have to be going to France to read it, if you are interested in French culture at all, I highly recommend it. Read full review


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About the author (2002)

Ross Steele is a professor of French at the University of Sydney. He is a world-renowned expert on France and recipient of the Légion d'honneur.

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