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Series: Just Enough

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Just Enough French: How to Get By and Be Easily Understood by D. L. Ellis
Just Enough German: How to Get By and Be Easily Understood by D. L. Ellis
Just Enough Greek by Passport Books
Just Enough Italian: How to Get By and Be Easily Understood by D. L. Ellis
Just Enough Japanese by Passport Books
Just Enough Portuguese by D. L. Ellis
Just Enough Spanish by D. L. Ellis

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Recommendations

  1. Berlitz Italian Phrase Book and Dictionary by Berlitz Publishing Company (1982)
  2. Oxford Colour French Dictionary Plus by Marianne Chalmers (2001)
  3. Fodor's German for Travelers, 2nd edition (Phrase Book): More than 3,800 Essential Words and Useful Phrases (Fodor's Lan by Fodor's (2002)
  4. Japanese Phrases For Dummies by Eriko Sato (2004)
  5. Survival Japanese: How to Communicate Without Fuss or Fear - Instantly by Boye Lafayette De Mente (1992)
  6. Greek Phrase Book (Eyewitness Travel Phrase Book) by Konstantinos Kontopidi-Greveniotis (1997)
  7. Fodor's French for Travelers (Phrase Book) (Fodor's Languages for Travelers) by Fodor's (1997)
  8. Rick Steves' German Phrase Book and Dictionary by Rick Steves (1995)
  9. Collins French Phrasebook & Dictionary by HarperCollins (1990)
  10. Italian Phrasebook by Karina Coates (1998)
  11. Collins Greek Phrasebook & Dictionary by Christopher Scott (1964)
  12. The Concise Oxford French Dictionary by Abel Chevalley (1935)
  13. The Rough Guide to Japanese by Lexus (1998)
  14. Passport to German by Charles Berlitz (1972)
  15. Italian at a Glance: Phrase Book & Dictionary for Travelers by Mario Costantino (1984)

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