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This book is designed for workers, waiters, receptionists and bartenders interested in learning foreign languages, and tourists who travel abroad. The book is a conversation manual containing basic notions and expressions that facilitate communication with foreign interlocutors.
The easy way to learn the most common words and phrases. From greetings and good-byes to everyday small talk, each entry is presented in a realistic context. Whether you want to book a hotel room, ask what time the train leaves or buy a drink from the bar, this new book has a vast dictionary and will help you communicate with the locals in no time.

Published: My Ebook Publishing House on
ISBN: 9781301216987
List price: $0.99
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