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Based on the correspondence section of the acclaimed Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary, this essential new guide to written French provides over 100 model letters and postcards covering a wide variety of contexts. French Correspondence contains easy-to-follow samples as well as general rules to be observed when formulating a business letter, small advertisement, resume, or job application in French. Also included is an essay-writing section and comprehensive list of useful phrases and expressions for a more authentic compostition.
In a unique section, French Correspondence offers practical, helpful, and detailed advice on the phrases and etiquette associated with using the telephone. Whether you are booking a hotel room or writing a postcard from Paris, this comprehensive guide offers a clear and concise model for almost every situation. This is one guide to written French no traveler, business professional, or student should be without.
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About the Editor:
Natalie Pomier graduated from the prestigious Ecole Superieure D'Interpretation et de Traduction, in Paris. She has been working as a lexicographer/translator on the Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary and has been involved in the editing of the French correspondence section.
Text: French, English (translation)
Original Language: French
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