Synopses & Reviews
If you bring only one book on your next trip to Europe, be sure it's a HarperCollins Language Survival Guide. Comprehensive, travel-sized, economically priced, and in full color, the Language Survival Guides are totally different from every other language or phrase book on the market. The books feature:
-- Clear, to-the-point photographs illustrating vocabulary and social customs for quick and easy reference
-- Practical tourist information
-- Concise bilingual dictionary and grammar section.
The HarperCollins Language Survival Guides cover every aspect of foreign travel: from traffic signs to menu items to bank machines, plus practical know-how such as how to weigh your own fruit in the supermarket and punch your ticket at the train station. The book also provides essential vocabulary and grammar.
Whether you're traveling to France, Spain, or Italy, the HarperCollins Language Survival guides allow you to learn some basic phrases or just flip to a page and point at what you need.
The HarperCollins Language Survival Guide covers every aspect of foreign travel: from traffic signs to menu items and bank machines, plus practical know-how such as how to weigh your own fruit in the supermarket and punch your ticket at the train station. The book also provides essential vocabulary and grammar.
A Phrase Book . . . A Dictionary . . . A Travel Guide . . . All in One!
About the Author
HarperCollins Publishers is one of the world's leading English-language publishers with headquarters in New York. The company is part of News America Publishing Group, a division of News Corporation. The house of Mark Twain, the Bronte Sisters, Thackeray, Dickens, John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Maurice Sendak, HarperCollins was founded in New York City in 1817 by the brothers James and John Harper. The worldwide book group, which was formed following News Corporation's acquisition of the British publisher William Collins in January 1990, has significant publishing interests in the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and Australia.