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A Certain Je Ne Sais uoi

E author of Pardon My French provides a practical pleasurable guide to the charms of the Gallic people from their daily routines to their peerless gesticulations from their come ons to their put downs Read on and put the oh la la back into your French vacances Your inner gaul will thank you for i. C est bon Imagimorphia routines to their peerless gesticulations from their come ons to their put downs Read on and put the oh la la back into your French vacances Your inner gaul will thank you for i. C est bon

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Vocabulary alone isn't enough To survive in the most sophisticated and the most scathing nation on Earth you will need to understand the many peculiarities of the very peculiar French culture And for that you need A Certain Je Ne Sais uoiIf you want to fit in with the French you'll have to know h. I love reading books with good anecdotes Good includes good sense of humor Reaching the last page of this book followed by bonus excerpts from another one I ve come to possess a fair deal of s

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Ow to deal with sardonic waiters; why French children hate Charlemagne; the etiuette of kissing joke telling and drinking songs what to do with a bidet the correct recipe for a salade nicoise and of course how to convey absolute shattering indifference with a single syllable BofCharles Timoney th. Another of the French themed books that I ve read while here This one is written by a Brit who has stayed in France for a while married to a French lady and takes freuent digs at the French fo


9 thoughts on “A Certain Je Ne Sais uoi

  1. says:

    These kinds of books written by long term residents are always at least a little useful to those who do not live in a country but aim to or often do visit it Sometimes the daily grind brings the reflection that the short term simply has not had time to get to In this book writer Charles Timoney uses breezy humour to lighten the load while also skewing the perspective very much to British readers something which occasionally brings

  2. says:

    Fun hilarious and full of clichées about the French This helped me a lot when living in France and meeting all the cultural differences

  3. says:

    I love reading books with good anecdotes Good includes good sense of humor Reaching the last page of this book followed by bonus excerpts from another one I've come to possess a fair deal of stories and facts that can serve as a decent conversation opener or save a date from a dead end topic Given where I am from it is interesting to finally understand how things I see and use on a daily basis can be traced b

  4. says:

    Another of the French themed books that I've read while here This one is written by a Brit who has stayed in France for a while married to a French lady and takes freuent digs at the French for their uirks uite funny though I found that it reads better in small chunks else the writing can get a little tedious Some useful

  5. says:

    A cliche and yet uite true book which I'd recommend to my foreign friends If you know French people andor France you will have a good time reading this book and making fun and them The book might be a bit too descriptive and a bit less funny at the end but still interesting

  6. says:

    I love books written by the English about the French

  7. says:

    This book contains pedestrian stereotypical and dated information about French cultural norms Not a useful or accurate sour

  8. says:

    A genius little book portraying French life and culture from a humorous British perspective Absolutely loved it

  9. says:

    C'est bon

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