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Passport to French (Berlitz Travel Companions)
Provides common words and phrases for typical tourist situations, illustrates how to develop an accent that French speakers will readily comprehend, and includes a helpful ""Point to the Answer"" section.
Published November 1st 1995 by Signet
(first published April 1st 1974)
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Berlitz was born in New York City. He was the grandson of Maximilien (Maximilian) Berlitz, who founded the Berlitz Language Schools. As a child, Charles was raised in a household in which (by his father's orders) every relative and servant spoke to Charles in a different language: he reached adolescence speaking eight languages fluently. In adulthood, he recalled having had the childhood delusion...moreMore about Charles Frambach Berlitz...