Assimil French Phrasebook now available in Australia!

My French phrasebook has now officially reached the Australian shore! It is available from the French bookshop LE FORUM : http://www.leforum.com.au/contents/en-us/p5358_french.html   *NEW EDITION* *NOUVELLE EDITION* (GUIDE DE CONVERSATION) Auteur(s) : Estelle Demontrond-Box Editeur : Assimil Collection : Guide de conversation Date de parution : 01/2013 Dimensions : 14 x 10 cm Nombre de pages :Continue reading “Assimil French Phrasebook now available in Australia!”

G’Day Aussies!

One thing I have really enjoyed since I have moved to Australia is the very inventive and quaint “Aussie Slang”. So today, I am sharing with you some of these Australian colloquialisms I hear on a regular basis and which, more often than not, bring a smile to my face! As you will notice, AustraliansContinue reading “G’Day Aussies!”

French Phrasebook, Assimil

My latest baby is out! My latest book was published in February 2013 and is available on the Assimil website http://fr.assimil.com/methodes/3809# I have had great fun working on this book with Assimil and I really hope that it will help people with their French needs when travelling to France or any other French-speaking country. It isContinue reading “French Phrasebook, Assimil”

What is Twitterature?

  What is Twitterature? In 2009, two young University of Chicago students, Alexander Aciman and Emmett Rensin, wrote a book entitled “twitterature”, a term they coined and which they defined as being an “amalgation of ‘twitter’ and ‘literature’; humorous reworkings of literary classics for the 21st century intellect, in digestible portions of 20 tweets orContinue reading “What is Twitterature?”

8 useful tips to learn a foreign language

  8 useful tips to learn a foreign language That’s it! You have made up your mind: you are so going to learn a new language! But where and how do you start? Here are 8 very useful tips to help you with your learning: 1) DARE: the key to learning a new language isContinue reading “8 useful tips to learn a foreign language”