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Vocabulary (various) Kirk-Greene, C: More Fluent French A New Vocabulary

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When does un taxi not mean a taxi?

The answers can be found in this useful new French to English reference book, which provides a selection rich in examples and of different language registers, thus giving it a wide appeal. It contains vocabulary which reflects the times we live in, for example, .suicide bomber. and .job seeker., as well as .road rage. and .TV supper.. There are also examples of learned words and other difficult ones and, importantly, locutions and some informal French. However, it is not a book devoted to slang. It is, therefore, a .must. for teachers, and should interest others working professionally with French; it is also for advanced students, as well as for enthusiasts at home or abroad who may care to browse or check expressions used in French newspapers. It is updated regularly.<

what a dictionary cannot do; it focuses on certain words and meanings. So ask yourself:

Series Vocabulary (various) Title More Fluent French A New Vocabulary
Subject French Language English
Market Adolescent/Adult Level Advanced
Publication Date April 2010 Authors C W E Kirk-Greene
Binding Paperback Pages 108
Size(mm) N/A Weight (gms) 165
ESB Code 72063 ISBN 9781853411403
Inspection Copy No Delivery Limited Stock
  Price £7.50

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