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has a wide array of books about French language and culture
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French Language for Business Purposes
of Business French: A Comprehensive Language Guide, by
Stuart Williams, Nathalie McAndrew Cazorla, 432 p. (1996)
Designed for all levels, this manual contains a 6000-word,
two-way glossary of the most useful business terms; a written communication
section giving models of 50 letters, faxes and documents; a spoken
situations section covering face-to-face and telephone situations;
a short reference grammar outlining the major grammatical features
of the language; and a short business racts section covering essential
information on the country or countries where French is used.
Companion French: All the Words and Phrases
You Need to Do Business, book & CD, by Living Language (2003)
Business Situations, by Stuart Cazorla
Williams, Nathalie McAndrew Carzola, 128 p. (1996)
A reference and learning text for all those who use
or need spoken French for business. It is suitable for self-study
or class use. Over 40 spoken situations are simply presented, including:
basic phone calls; leaving messages; making presentations; comparing,
enquiring, and booking; and selling techniques. Full English translations
are accompanied by brief usage notes, to aid the learner to communicate
confidently in a broad range of everyday business situations.
French: An Intermediate Course, by
Jean-Luc Penfornis, 128 p. (2005)
for Marketing: Using French in Media and
Communications, by R. E. Batchelor, Malliga Chebli-Saadi, 368
The book relates French language
studies to central aspects of French marketing and advertising methods.
It deals in a straightforward manner with the language of marketing,
media and communications as practiced in France. It provides a two-year
course for students who wish to apply their French studies to a practical
end and it contains a wide range of exercises, with model answers,
aimed at improving knowledge of French and French marketing techniques.
French Business Vocabulary, by Bernard
Gillmann, Martin Verrel, 448 p. (1996)
Business Correspondence, by Stuart
Williams, Nathalie McAndrew Cazorla, 184 p. (1997)
to Correspondence in French, by Simone
Oudot, 144 p. (1985)
Business French Dictionaries
Dictionary of Business, Commerce and Finance = Dictionnaire Anglais
Des Affaires, Du Commerce Et De LA Finance: French-English/English-French,
1123 p. (1996)
Oxford French Business Dictionary: French-English/English-French, by
Marianne Chalmers, Martine Pierquin, eds., 640 p. (2002)
This is an ideal dictionary for students taking French
for Business Purposes or for anyone doing business in the French-speaking
world. It provides an exhaustive range of business vocabulary across
many core areas, including e-commerce and Internet-related terms.
Extensive supplementary material offers sample business correspondence,
including Curriculum Vitaes; faxes, emails, and invoices; lists of
countries, nationalities, languages, and currencies; and guidance
on using the telephone.
French and English Business Dictionary, 704
Contains 40,000+ references with usage examples and
provides tips on working with translators, articles on meeting protocol,
information on nations of the world and administrative divisions,
and explanations of financial statements in French and English.
Working in French-Speaking Countries
and Working in France: A Survival Handbook,
by David Hampshire, 560 p. (2005)
and Working in France: Chez vous en France
, by Geneviéve Brame, 350 p. (2004)
Studying, and Working in France: Everything
You Need To Know To Fulfill Your Dreams of Living Abroad, by Saskia
Reilly, Lorin David Kalisky, 320 p. (1999)
and Working in Switzerland: A Survival
Handbook, 10th ed., by David Hampshire, 448 p. (2005)
About French Business Culture & Doing Business
Practical Guide to French Business, by
Jon P. Alston, Melanie Hawthorne, 194 p. (2003)
This book focuses on the values in french culture
that influence business-related behavior so that non-French businesspersons
can understand French biases and customs. It provides insight into
French business customs and shows how to deal with the French during
the workday and social events.
Starting a Business in France, by
Andre de Vries, 320 p. (2004)
& Business Directory, by International Business Publications USA,
404 p. (2004)
Business Law Handbook, by International
Business Publications USA, 350 p. (2002)
French Language for Travelers &
French, 160 p.
with CD (2005)
Steves' French Phrase Book and Dictionary, by
Rick Steves, 194 p. (2003)
English <-> French Audio PhraseBook (B-3), hand-held, electronic
travel companion w/ 14,000 phrases in text and audio.
Travel Wise French, by Gerard Herin
by in French: A Quick Beginner's Course
for Tourists and Business People, by Pierrick Picot, 128 p. with
audio cassette (1996).
Travel Books: French-Speaking Countries and Regions
Go France, 832 p. (2006)
For independent travelers on a budget.
Tips for fun, interesting, and adventurous travel experience in France
that won't break the bank.
Steves' France, by Rick Steves, 670
Favorite destinations, both familiar ones and those
unfrequented by tourists, with reviews, suggested walking tours and
itineraries, and practical information about getting around.
Rough Guide to French Hotels & Restaurants, by
Rough Guides (2006)
Bestselling guide to value restaurants and accomodations
in France for any budget, organized by region.
Take the guide along to listed hotels and restaurants for a discount.
Traveller's Wine Guide to France, by
Christopher Fieldan, Jim Budd, 192 p. (2005)
With this book, you can wine-taste your way across
France. Includes maps, suggested itineraries, information about individual
wineries and wines, wine festivals, and more.
France on Foot: Village to Village, Hotel
to Hotel: How to Walk the French Trail System on Your Own, by
Bruce LeFavour, Faith Echtermeyer, 230 p. (1999)
with Kids, by Valerie Gwinner, 336
Unofficial Guide to Paris, by David
Applefield, 480 p. (2006)
Belgium, Holland & Luxembourg, by
George McDonald, 540 p. (2005)
Switzerland: 45 One Day Adventures by
Rail, Bus or Car Plus Numerous Walking Tours, by Norman P.T. Renouf,
304 p. (2005)
& Québec City for Dummies, 336
Travel Guides for numerous African
Travel DVDs & Videos
A wide array of travel DVDs
A wide array of travel DVDs
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