French Phrasebook

Rated 4.87 out of 5 based on 15 customer ratings
(15 customer reviews)

The only French Phrasebook you need to travel in France with confidence

  • Covers all possible travel scenarios you can encounter in France (from your arrival in the airport including travel emergencies)
  • 2000+ French words and expressions with English translations. Includes an easy phonetic pronunciation guide. (e.g. bonjour =  bon·zhoor)
  • With audio tracks you can listen to  (89 minutes in total)
  • Menu Reader included! Order the right food with the help of the menu reader: a huge list of food vocabulary/French dishes translated from French to English (more than 1,000 words translated)
  • A pronunciation guide at the beginning of the e-book in case you want to push your pronunciation one step further
  • A 4400-word two-way dictionary
  • Bonus: a mini guide of cultural differences

 

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French Phrasebook for Learners and Tourists

Travelling to France soon? Or perhaps you have just started learning French and want to boost your vocabulary by learning common French phrases?

If you’re thinking of travelling to France, you probably heard that the French don’t speak English well and you need to arm yourself with the basic phrases. This is mostly true. For tourists, learning just a few phrases can already improve your travel experience enormously.

Travel in France with Confidence with the Right Phrasebook

You need a phrasebook that will equip you with all the necessary words and phrases that will make it easier for you to travel around France. The right phrasebook for you is comprehensive and covers everything you need to enjoy your travel, it also has a phonetic pronunciation guide and an audio accompaniment, plus insights about French culture.

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Comprehensive list of important phrases

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Pronunciation guide

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Insights about French culture

2,200+ French Phrases and Expressions to Build Your Confidence in Speaking French

FRENCH PHRASEBOOK by Talk in French covers all possible scenarios you may encounter when travelling to France or any other French-speaking destinations: from your arrival at the airport down to some unfortunate emergencies like a sickness or a flat tire. Also perfect for those looking to jumpstart their study of Basic French.

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    2200+ French phrases with English translations
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    Packed with an easy phonetic pronunciation guide (e.g. bonjour =  bon·zhoor)
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    Order the right food with the Menu Reader: 1,000+ food vocabulary/French dishes translated from French to English
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    Audio tracks for listening and pronunciation practice
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    Mini guide on cultural differences for insights into French culture

The Most Extensive French Phrasebook Available Today

Say the right things at the moments you need it most. Formatted for easy navigation, the phrases are sorted into different categories and the clickable table of contents make it easy for you to browse and locate topics quickly. There is also a two-way dictionary provided for French-English and English-French translations.

Learn Correct Pronunciation with a Detailed Guide + Audio

You can find a helpful pronunciation guide at the beginning of the e-book, containing handy instructions on pronouncing French sounds properly. To take it one step further, you can also listen to the supplementary audio material.

Order from any French restaurant with the menu reader

A holiday in France won’t be complete without sampling its gastronomic delights. With the help of this e-book, you won’t feel lost and intimidated when faced with endless lists of unfamiliar French menu.

Explore a huge list of 1,000+ food-related vocabulary and dishes complete with its English translations and phonetics. You’ll never order the wrong French dish ever again!

Is this e-book with audio for you?

If you are any of the following, this is highly recommended for you:

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    Complete beginners who want to jumpstart their study of basic French and accelerate the learning process
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    Beginners who are planning to travel for work/holiday in a French-speaking destination
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    Any person from all ages who are interested to speak basic French phrases in a wide range of scenarios

Technical Details:

  • 2,200+ useful French phrases with English translations and pronunciation guide

  • Bonus audio files

Here’s What Our Customers Have to Say

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“This phrasebook covers many situations. Although it is targeted at travelers, it is a great way for me to improve my French. Sometimes I tend to translate literally from English to French and it does not seem quite right, so this eBook helps me to speak correctly.” - Sarah Mahoney

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“A great help for my future trip! I learned French a few years ago but this eBook has helped me to refresh my rusty French. With this French phrasebook I was able to focus mostly on my pronunciation.” - Louise Molly

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“I got this book to practice for my Intermediate French Class and I wish I’d had this book when I first started French lessons. It explains the different rules of French Pronunciation in a very clear and comprehensible way. The audio of the book is pretty good too since It makes it very simple and easy for beginners. The best part for me is that there was not only descriptions of why things are pronounced in a certain way, but also audio to go with the lessons so I can actually hear if I’m getting it right.” - Manuel Cedeno Guerrero

                                                               What's in this book?

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Getting ready to travel to France or kickoff your French lessons? Grab your copy now!

15 reviews for French Phrasebook

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Sarah Mahoney

    This phrasebook covers many situations. Although it is targeted at travelers, it is a great way for me to improve my French. Sometimes I tend to translate literally from English to French and it does not seem quite right, so this eBook helps me to speak correctly.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Monica

    I am a language teacher and this book is full of ideas to help teach my students how to say things when they are abroad. Since most would like to travel when they are older, this book helps give me ideas on what to teach next.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Louise Molly

    A great help for my future trip! I learned French a few years ago but this eBook has helped me to refresh my rusty French. With this French phrasebook I was able to focus mostly on my pronunciation.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jeanette Eliza

    This is a great phrase books including all situations you might encounter on your travel. It is good for building vocabulary. I listen to each section more than once to get the correct pronunciation (like Frederic). Great tool to add to your French learning.

  5. Rated 4 out of 5

    Enrique Villegas

    This phrasebook is an excellent tool for those who are strongly committed to enhance their speaking skills. It includes a well-balanced series of topics with a helpful pronunciation guide.

  6. Rated 4 out of 5

    Rachel Chou

    I have not spoken French in over 15 years, and I have never been strong at speaking the language but this phrasebook gave me confidence at speaking some basic French without having to learn all of the grammar.

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Manuel Cedeno Guerrero

    I got this book to practice for my Intermediate French Class and I wish I’d had this book when I first started French lessons. It explains the different rules of French Pronunciation in a very clear and comprehensible way. The audio of the book is pretty good too since It makes it very simple and easy for beginners. The best part for me is that there was not only descriptions of why things are pronounced in a certain way, but also audio to go with the lessons so I can actually hear if I’m getting it right.

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    John Ashton

    The free mp3 French pronunciation guide that comes with is really great. I’m super stoked on this phrasebook! It has so many phrases I know will come in handy when I go visit France. It’s partly so I can sit down and have conversations with people, but also so that I know what people are telling me.

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Agostina

    I really liked this ebook, i’ve studied french when I was young but lost a lot of practice. This helps me to remember old things and learn new ones! It also provides so many useful phrases for a trip and tips for tourists in France!

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    Diego Ferreira

    Bonjour!
    I’m a beginner in French and recently got this book. It’s very interesting how the writer seems to be a close friend teaching us this amazing language. I studied English for a long time, and now that I decided to learn a new language, I know how important a phrasebook is. And this one was the perfect choice.
    There’s no unnecessary words on this book. For sure I will always use its content.
    And the audio, it makes everything much easier! An important step in learning language for me is listening, and the book offered it in the best way.
    I really like how straight it is to the point and I hope the writer keep it like this because it’s a very nice and relaxing reading.
    Santé!

  11. Rated 5 out of 5

    Tonya

    For me, French has always seemed like a difficult language to get a handle on. Planning a trip to Europe next summer and this is great for practice before I get there. The mp3 pronunciations are very helpful and help me know that I am in fact saying things correctly. This is chock full of useful phrases and I’m not so frightened to be a foreigner in this beautiful country.

  12. Rated 5 out of 5

    daitovanika

    Well organised and easy to read as no long text is presented.
    It is focused more on day-to-day activities as shopping, restaurants, asking basic questions.
    I like explanation about similarities and differences between English and French which helps me with pronunciation. Audio voice is ok, as it is not irritating me after few minutes.

  13. Rated 5 out of 5

    Olena

    Funny and easy, the best parts were “Avoid to Say” and “Why don’t the French get fat?” – those made me smile.
    Some pronunciations might be confusing, but audio track helps a lot.

  14. Rated 5 out of 5

    Anmol Chopra

    I bought this book because Its not just about learning french but it also gives you tips about the culture and talks about taboos. Being a native english speaker it’s difficult to speak french due to the pronunciations. I think its very beneficial for students going to study and tourists. Its better than other books as It helps you how to speak french not just read or write. But i think the title is a little confusing, as this book is not just a phrasebook but a complete packaged guide for any person visiting France.

  15. Rated 5 out of 5

    Shafa Rahimun

    I’ve been to France in the past, and after finishing going through this book – my thought is that: I wish I had this book then!
    Although it works sort of like a dictionary for an extensive list of foods, things and phrases you’re likely to encounter (which is very extensive indeed – think, thick vegetable soup with basil, or that one-of-a-kind Bordeaux wine), it also contains pronunciation guide in the beginning, so it’s safe to say that it’s going to very helpful for complete beginners. From my experience, this book can be your one-stop guide for travelling in France (as it contains some important cultural facts and travelling tips as well!).
    Overall, great book. I found the accompanying audio very helpful, especially that it was divided in chapters, and the author/narrator uses a comparatively less slow pronunciation, so you can get accustomed to the native situation. I will recommend this to anyone, even if you’re not planning to travel in France in the near future.

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