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Let's get philosophical. As Socrates said, 'Let him that would move the world first move himself.' Move yourself to say a few things, open this book. It'll make a world of difference.
*Packed with information on culture and etiquette
*Talk politics, play cards or dance the pendozali
*Concise and practical grammar chapter will get you started on the right foot
*Extensive food section will prepare you to eat at any time and at any occasion
*Get the most out of Ancient Greece with sections on archaeological and historical terms
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, May 27, 2004
"...Lonely Planet phrase books have long taken a hip, streetwise approach."
With essential words and phrases travelers need, these indispensable pocket-sized language guides feature extensive vocabulary lists and easy-to-follow pronunciation keys. Each includes a sentence builder and a two-way dictionary.
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