French Visual Language GuideBook - 2001
International travelers will value this quick-reference vocabulary and phrase builder. Hundreds of color photos and cartoon-style illustrations present visual images of words and phrases that travelers typically need when they are getting around in France or French-speaking Canada. Here's how to ask for gasoline when driving into a service station--with pictures and bilingual phrases and answers to dramatize the situation. Here too are words and pictures depicting all kinds of food and drink--a pineapple, a mug of cold beer, a sandwich, a fresh apple. The book is color-coded along page edges according to topics to help travelers find what they're looking for in a hurry. General topics include transportation, accommodations, food shopping, department store shopping, furniture and appliances, sports and recreation, and many others. This good-looking book also makes a handy reference source for language students.
Publisher: Hauppauge, N.Y. : Barron's, c2001
Branch Call Number: J 443.21 Fre 3558jv 2
Characteristics: 256 p. :,ill. (some col.)
Alternative Title: Barron's French visual language guide