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This little visible dictionary is a traveler's ally. comprises nearly 15,000 phrases and ideas, 3,000 full-color photographs for fast popularity, a bilingual index, and extra.

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Et qu’est-ce qui est 1 sur le piano? 9 — Une lampe et un cahier de musique. 10 — Et qu’est-ce qui est au mur au-dessus du piano? 11 — C’est le portrait de ma femme. 12 — Excellent. Dites-moi, s’il vous plait, le nom d’autres objets dans le salon, et dites-moi oft ils sont. 13 — Avec plaisir. 14 — La bibliotheque est devant une fenetre. Le miroir est entre les fenetres. Le bureau est prfes de la porte. Une chaise est prfes du bureau. Sur le bureau il y a un crayon, un stylo, des papiers et des lettres.

6 Nous sommes dans le salon de votre maison. Dites-moi, s’ii t o ils plait, qu’est-ce que c’est que (a? 7 — C’est un piano. Ma femme joue bien du piano. Elle chante bien aussi. 8 — Tres bien. Et qu’est-ce qui est 1 sur le piano? 9 — Une lampe et un cahier de musique. 10 — Et qu’est-ce qui est au mur au-dessus du piano? 11 — C’est le portrait de ma femme. 12 — Excellent. Dites-moi, s’il vous plait, le nom d’autres objets dans le salon, et dites-moi oft ils sont. 13 — Avec plaisir. 14 — La bibliotheque est devant une fenetre.

1 M. Davis est importateur. 2 II importe des objets d’art et des articles divers de la France et du Maroc. 3 Au printemps, M. Davis va faire un voyage en France. II desire rendre vtsite &son representant & Paris. II desire parler fran^ais avec lui. 4 II desire aussi visiter des endroits int£ressants en France. II compte aussi aller au Maroc et peut-etre en Corse. 5 M. Davis sait lire un peu le fran^ais. Mais il ne parle pas fran^ais. C’est pourquoi il £tudie la langue fran^aise. 6 M. Picard est le professeur de M.

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