Editeur : Andrews McMeel Publishing
Collection : Living language
Genre : Day-to-day calendar
Date de parution : 09/2012
Dimensions : 14 x 14 cm
Nombre de pages :
For more than sixty-five years, Living Language has been the foremost name in the field of foreign language self-study. The Living Language: French 2013 Day-to-Day Calendar includes basic words or phrases, accompanied by English translations. A phonetic pronunciation guide is provided for key words, and an audio CD of basic phrases is also included. Cultural theme pages addressing culinary specialties are provided throughout the calendar.
Bon appetit! French cuisine came into prominence in the Middle Ages, developed over centuries of social and political change. Popular French dishes use a variety of meats and fish, such as duck (cassoulet or foie gras), veal (blanquette de veau), and snails (escargots). The cultural theme pages will introduce famous French chefs and their most scrumptious meals.