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Vive les Verbes Francais!: 6,000 Verbs to Add Savoir-Flair to Your French by Dennis M. Long

Vive les Verbes Francais!: 6,000 Verbs to Add Savoir-Flair to Your French by Dennis M. Long

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Helps readers spice up their French vocabulary with thousands of verb synonyms. This book groups verbs according to nine broad categories, from "Leisure" to "War," "Fellow Man" to "Machines."

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Put the "ooh-la-la" in your French vocabulary Sure, you can parler francais. You can even converser en francais. But can you also jacasser (chatter), radoter (ramble on), cancaner (gossip), and faire du boucan (make a racket)? Vive les verbes francais! is packed with thousands of verbs and verbal phrases conveniently grouped by theme and subject. Better than a thesaurus, Vive les verbes francais! is your guaranteed ticket to a richer French vocabulary! Add some vim to your verbs with Never-fail memorization techniques and charming illustrations to help you remember your new vocabulary An English-French/French-English glossary with adverbs, conjunctions, and compound prepositions An index cross-referencing the 6,000 verbs and verbal expressions

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SKU GOR003124714
Title Vive les Verbes Francais!: 6,000 Verbs to Add Savoir-Flair to Your French
Author By (author) Dennis M. Long
Contributor N/A
Condition VERYGOOD
Binding Type Paperback
Publisher McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Year Published 2006
Page Number 224
ISBN 0071478752
ISBN13 9780071478755
Cover Note Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual cover or edition may vary.
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Note This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us.
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