How were you to know that you had to weigh your own fruit in the supermarket, or that the unidentified machine on the platform was where you should have punched your ticket before getting on the train, or that the barman is trying to tell you to pay for your drink at the cash till before you can order it at the bar, or that the titbits he places by your side are for everyone, not just for you to scoff? This "new generation" phrase book combines illustrated practical information (specially commissioned photographs) together with useful phrases. A dictionary contains practical vocabulary and an illustrated menu reader helps you identify the food.
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Book Description Collins, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0007101619