How Do You Say That in French? 1000 Words and Phrases for Kids by Sally Delaney, Wendy Richards
  

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How Do You Say That in French? 1000 Words and Phrases for Kids by Sally Delaney, Wendy Richards

It's fun to learn French with this visual phrasebook. It covers a variety of everyday subjects and situations, from l'ecole (school) to le supermarche (the supermarket) and from decoucher (a sleepover) to la piste de patinage (the skatepark). It includes an English-French dictionary of the key words covered in the book, followed by a list of further core French terms. Ruth Galloway's lively and engaging illustrations of familiar scenes bring each topic and setting to life, making the book easily accessible for young people writing to penpals, struggling with French homework, or preparing for a trip abroad. It is ideal for home and school use for 7- to 11-year-olds. It's easy to find out how to say 'table' in French, but what if you want to communicate something more complicated - and more important? This lively and accessible book provides you with key vocabulary and valuable phrases for every eventuality, from 'Can we have our ball back, please?' to 'Help, I'm drowning!' It covers a range of different areas - everything from down-to-earth family relationships to the far-distant reaches of outer space! An in-depth glossary of terms at the back of the book completes this invaluable aid to learning.

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Format

Hardback
64 pages

Author

Sally Delaney, Wendy Richards
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Publisher

Armadillo Books an imprint of Anness Publishing

Publication date

14th November 2013

ISBN

9781843229155


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