Talk Dirty French: Beyond Merde: The curses, slang, and street lingo you need to Know when you speak francais

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Adams Media, 1 mai 2008 - 192 pages
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Can't quite come up with the right French quip or four-letter word? With Talk Dirty: French, you'll be able to put your (middle) finger on it. Each entry provides an individual foreign gem, a useful French sentence employing the word, the expression's English counterpart, and its literal translation.

Whether you're a native-speaker, world traveler, or just looking to tell off those brash Parisians, these naughty words will surely give your tongue a French twist.

  

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Review: Talk Dirty French: Beyond Merde, the Curses, Slang, and Street Lingo You Need to Know When You Speak Francais

Avis d'utilisateur  - Nancy - Goodreads

Provides what my French classes don't! Not just dirty words, but slang as well, which is handy to know. Consulter l'avis complet

Review: Talk Dirty French: Beyond Merde, the Curses, Slang, and Street Lingo You Need to Know When You Speak Francais

Avis d'utilisateur  - Kirsten - Goodreads

This book will probably stay on my currently-reading shelf indefinitely as it is more of a reference/read a little bit here and there kind of book. Consulter l'avis complet

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Table des matières

Acknowledgments
Chapter
Chapter three
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Chapter
Chapter seven
Chapter nine
Chapter tweLve
ChapterFiFteen
Chapter sixteen
Chapter seventeen
Chapter eighteen
Chapter nineteen
Chapter twentY
Droits d'auteur

Chapter

Expressions et termes fréquents

À propos de l'auteur (2008)

Alexis Munier (Lausanne, Switzerland) relocated from California to Europe in her mid-twenties and began teaching English at world-renown language schools in Russia, Slovenia, and Italy. After a stint in Zurich where she was a nanny to a Swiss-German family and had a number of Swiss and Austrian boyfriends, she took to dirty German slang like a Berliner takes to beer. Now a writer and opera singer based in Switzerland, Ms. Munier still finds time to visit Vienna regularly, where she never fails sing Wagner and feast on "Wienerschnitzel", and a frosty mug of "Bier"

.Karin Eberhardt (New York, NY) was born and raised in the wine-growing regions of the German Rheinland. While completing work on master s degrees in German and English, she visited New York City and met her future husband on a subway train. Ms. Eberhardt currently spends her days as a teacher specializing in cross-cultural German-American projects and nights educating her American artist husband in the 101 ways of Bavarian sausage-making.

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