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French words and phrases

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About this book

Languages cards
French words and phrases

  • A pack of 50 simple, colourful flashcards with pictures and phrases in French.
  • Each card has a picture with a French word or phrase on one side and the English translation on the other.
  • Words and phrases include greetings, introductions, likes and dislikes, colours, animals and counting.
  • With an interactive pronunciation guide to all the words and phrases at the Usborne Quicklinks Website.

Reader Reviews

French Words and Phrases
I like the cards. It's fun going on the computer and using the cards. Miles 8yrs.

Miles Prosser-Merrifield, 11th June 2009

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