Le Bumper Book de Franglais
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Le Bumper Book de Franglais

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Miles Kington first introduced the 'Let's Parler Franglais' columns for Punch in the late 70s. Having fun with the way the English use the French language, they are a combination of wit and linguistic dexterity. This book is drawn from those columns.
Paperback, 216 pages
Published September 1st 2011 by Old Street Publishing (first published September 1st 2010)
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Natalie
Love it, never come across Le franglais before - my favourites, Le Driving Test and Dans La Main Ligne Station. LOL stuff.
Vanessa
Absolutely hilarious. If your grasp of French is rather rudimentary, or perfectly fluent, you can enjoy the absurd tales written in Franglais, comme un vraiment lecteur de books. B)
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