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The last word on the languages of today easy to read, easy to use, easy to understand
More than 75,000 definitions and translations covering everyday French and English, including essential expressions.
- Get it right: thousands of examples of phrases and sentences show you exactly how translations are used
- Many special features: table of common French verbs; special entries on French life and culture; essential vocabulary for everyday situations; practical tips on communicating by phone, letter, and email
Ideal for anyone starting to learn French—at home, school, or abroad!
This innovative dictionary is designed specifically for those starting to learn French. The comprehensive entries highlight key translations, all essential set expressions, and offer clear, helpful examples to show how to best use the translation.
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