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glossary of colloquial and popular French for the use of English readers and travellers
Leon Emile Kastner
|Statement||by L.E. Kastner and J. Marks.|
|Contributions||Marks, J. d. 1964.|
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From that song came the French term lapalissade meaning an utterly obvious truth—i.e. a truism or you say something obvious, the interlocutor responds. A Glossary of Colloquial Anglo-Indian Words and Phrases: Hobson-Jobson.
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The other students have to say the missing word. Play Dictionary to guess. EXTRA IDEAS You might like to have students create their own glossaries based on their interests and the new vocabulary that appeared in their presentations and project.
Have them use the glossary of the book as a model. Invite students to do the Quiz Time 2.A book of the French verbs: wherein the model verbs, and several of the most difficult are conjugated affirmatively, negatively, interrogatively, and negatively and interrogatively, containing also, numerous notes and directions on the different conjugations, not to be found in any other book published for the use of English scholars, to which.