April 2020 Book reviews

This month, the team read Don’t be Deceived by the French, Philodog and Other Stories, and French for Divorce

Don’t be Deceived by the French

Elizabeth Malet Spradbery, Matador, £7.99, ISBN: 978-1-78306-117-4

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Approximately 19 million British nationals visit France every year – and a little help with French can sometimes be needed, perhaps more if you live here and have a group of French friends.

We all struggle sometimes to find the right word, or the right expression to express what we want.

In this book, Francophile Elizabeth Malet Spradbery has made an in-depth work on the French language to create a useful and very simple guide for anybody interested in learning French, whether you are a serious student of the language, or ...

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