Lonely Planet Europe Phrasebook
I came across this book on a recent trip
to a book store. Unfortunately, this book wasn't available when I went
on my trip. I wish it had been.
Languages covered: Basque,
Catalan, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Maltese,
Portuguese, Scottish Gaelic, Spanish, Turkish, and Welsh. 576 pages
Rick Steves' French, Italian, and German Phrase Book
Rick Steves' has
divided each language into sections of helpful phrases for the average
traveler. He includes: basics (often used phrases like hello,
goodbye, etc.); numbers, money, & time; transportation; sleeping; eating;
menu decoder; activities; phoning & mailing; help!; health; and chatting.
All phrases have an easy to understand pronunciation key printed right to
the original phrase. At the back of the book is a small but fairly
comprehensive dictionary, a tear out "cheat sheet" for each language,
telephone codes, temperature chart, metric conversion chart, and a list of
silly tongue twisters in each language.
Albanian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Hungarian, Macedonian, Polish,
Romanian, Russian, Slovak and Slovene.
Get more from your trip with easy-to-find phrases for every travel
Order the right meal with our menu decoder
Never get stuck for words with our
3500-word two-way dictionary
We make language easy with shortcuts, key
phrases & common Q&A’s
Feel at ease, with essential tips on
culture & manners
Lonely Planet Scandinavian Phrasebook Amazon.com Book Description"
Order your sil
or any other dish on the smörgasbord in Swedish, enjoy Danish
hygge and chat with a couple of Norwegians while checking out
their favorite fjord. Make the most Iceland's
Bjórdagurinn celebrations, stop for a late night snack at a
Finnish grilli and yell yourself horase at a traditional
Faroese rowing competition.
essential language for festivals, camping &
comprehensive food guide, including menu
decoder in each language
easy pronunciation guide, with tips
packed with useful phrases for sightseeing,
shopping & getting around
includes Danish, Swedish, Norwegian,
Finnish, Faroese and Icelandic "