Table of contents for Just enough French : how to get by and be easily understood / [D.L. Ellis, F. Clarke ; pronunciation, J. Baldwin].


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Everyday Expressions 1
Crossing the Border 3
Meeting People 5
Breaking the Ice 5
Names 5
Family 6
Where You Live 7
For the Businessman and Businesswoman 7
Asking Directions 9
Directions 12
The Tourist Information Office 14
Accommodations 16
Hotel 16
Camping and Youth Hosteling 21
Rented Lodging 26
GeneralShopping 31
The Drugstore 31
Vacation Items 34
The Tobacco Shop 36
Buying Clothes 38
Replacing Equipment 42
Shop Talk 44
Shopping for Food 48
Bread 48
Cakes 49
Ice Cream and Candy 51
In the Supermarket 52
Picnic Food 55
Fruits and Vegetables 58
Meat 61
Fish  64



Eating and Drinking Out 67
Ordering a Drink 67
Ordering a Snack 70
In a Restaurant 71
Understanding the Menu 74
Health 77
Problems: Complaints, Loss, and Theft 83
Complaints 83
Loss 84
Theft 84
The Post Office 86
Telephoning 88
Cashing Checks and Changing Money 91
Automobile Travel 93
Public Transportation 99
Leisure and Entertainment 103
Asking If Things Are Allowed 106
Refferrence 108
Public Notices 108
Abbreviations 111
Numbers 112
Time 114
Days 116
Months, Dates, Seasons, and Years 118
Public Holidays in France and Belgium 120
Countries and Nationalities 120
Department Store Guide 123
Converslon Tables 125
Clothing Sizes 127
Do It Yourself Some Notes on the French Language      128
Index 137
M   s of France, Belgium, Luxembourg,
and French-speaking Switzerland 141-143
Ma of French Canada  144





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: French language Conversation and phrase books English