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Speak Québec!

A Guide to Day-To-Day Quebec French

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Speak Qubec! is a fun and practical handbook designed to help both native English and French speakers understand and speak Qubcois, the common tongue in Qubec. Comprising over three thousand commonly used words and expressions, Speak Qubec! provides a dynamic and accurate reference for daily Qubec conversation, including clear examples of common sayings ...
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Speak Qubec! is a fun and practical handbook designed to help both native English and French speakers understand and speak Qubcois, the common tongue in Qubec. Comprising over three thousand commonly used words and expressions, Speak Qubec! provides a dynamic and accurate reference for daily Qubec conversation, including clear examples of common sayings heard around the Province. It also includes a complete history of the language, and a guide to differences in pronunciation and grammar from International French.

Designed for quick reference and practical usage, Speak Qubec! is a terrific way to understand and appreciate one of the oldest, richest, and most inspired cultures in North America.

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This practical language handbook provides a listing of commonly used words, expressions, and examples to help English and French speakers understand Québécois—the day-to-day French spoken in the Province of Quebec.

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Veröffentlicht 2016, von Daniel Kraus bei iUniverse

ISBN: 978-1-5320-0251-9
200 Seiten

Über Daniel Kraus

Originally from New York, Daniel Kraus is a technologist, speaker, and author who has for many years worked towards a greater global understanding of Québec culture. Dan lived in several different parts of France during his education, studying classical French literature, and building an expertise in French prose and poetry. He received his Bachelors plus a Master’s degree in Philosophy from Fordham University in 1992. Dan moved to Québec in 1995, and spent over a decade exploring the Québec language and the culture, ultimately culminating in the first edition of Speak Québec in 2000. Dan today lives in Berlin (Germany), traveling frequently to Québec to keep up with changes and developments in the language.

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