French phrasebook with audio by Lonely Planet

French phrasebook with audio

By Lonely Planet

  • Publication Date: 2011-03-04
  • Genre: Europe
3.5 Score: 3.5 (From 12 Ratings)

Book Synopsis

Read it, hear it, speak it – Lonely Planet phrasebooks on iPad

Navigate the cobble-stoned streets of Paris, order what you really want from the local patisserie and flirt with one of the world’s most romantic languages. With search functionality to find phrases easily, Lonely Planet’s French phrasebook with audio understands your on-the-road language needs.  

Offering a unique mix of written and audio content, Lonely Planet’s French language guide includes:
• Thousands of practical and social phrases from the much-loved phrasebook series • A 3500-word two-way dictionary with handy hyperlinks to each letter of the alphabet • Audio files for 400 key phrases – simply play the phrases to people if you’re in a hurry or practise on your own by listening and repeating the audio phrases  • Enjoy the iBooks app functionality – bookmark your favourite pages and make notes en route  • Search for a word or phrase or tap on hyperlinks in the table of contents to navigate your way to linguistic freedom.
Lonely Planet’s French phrasebook will give you the confidence to get around France - and make some friends along the way.  

Written by Michael Janes.

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Latest User Reviews

  • Audio doesn't work!

    2
    By Noah Gibbs
    You can tap to play a piece of audio... Then exit the book and go back in, or every phrase after that will use the first pronunciation again. So hearing the audio is really, really frustrating. Not hearing the audio is frustrating only because we paid money to do so. I recommend that you don't.

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