The Pocket Idiot S Guide To French Phrases 3rd Edition

Author: Gail Stein
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101060123
Size: 60.77 MB
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Beyond Bonjour and Adieu! This third edition of The Pocket Idiot's GuideTM to French Phrases includes updated information on technology and transportation, shopping, dining, and dealing with emergencies, as well as a brand-new business travel section. Whether they're preparing for a vacation or a business trip, this must-have guide provides readers with all the phrases needed to communicate with native French speakers - and even sound like one. ? According to the World Tourism Organization, France is the world's top tourist destination ? As a foreign language, French is the second most frequently taught language in the world after English ? Beginning-level foreign language Complete Idiot's Guides® have been among the series' most consistently successful performers

Boris Godunov English French Bilingual Edition Illustrated

Author: Aleksandr Pushkin
Publisher: Clap Publishing, LLC.
ISBN: 1635370132
Size: 22.16 MB
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Pushkin wrote of the play: "The study of Shakespeare, Karamzin, and our old chronicles gave me the idea of clothing in dramatic forms one of the most dramatic epochs of our history. Not disturbed by any other influence, I imitated Shakespeare in his broad and free depictions of characters, in the simple and careless combination of plots; I followed Karamzin in the clear development of events; I tried to guess the way of thinking and the language of the time from the chronicles. Rich sources! Whether I was able to make the best use of them, I don't know — but at least my labors were zealous and conscientious." Boris Godounov est une tragédie écrite par Alexandre Pouchkine en 1825. La pièce commence à Moscou le 20 février 1598. Le jeune prince Dimitri Ivanovitch, héritier du trône, vient de mourir dans des circonstances suspectes. Boris Godounov, soupçonné d’être le responsable de cette mort, refuse d’abord le trône, mais finit par l’accepter, à la demande des nobles, du clergé et du peuple. L’action se transporte en 1603 au monastère de Tchoudovo, où discutent un vieux moine et son disciple, Grégoire. Ce dernier fuit vers la Pologne, avec l’intention de s’y faire passer pour Dimitri, le petit prince assassiné. Bien près de se faire arrêter dans une auberge, il parvient à traverser la frontière.