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Africa Phrasebook by Yiwola Awoyale
Australian Phrasebook by Susan Butler
Baltic States Phrasebook by Eva Aras
Bengali Phrasebook by Bimal Maity
Brazilian Portuguese Phrasebook by Marcia Monje de Castro
British Phrasebook by Elizabeth Bartsch-Parker
Bulgarian Phrasebook by Ronelle Alexander
Burmese Phrasebook by David Bradley
Cantonese Phrasebook by Kam Y. Lau
Central Asia Phrasebook by Justin Jon Rudelson
Central Europe Phrasebook by Gunter Muhl
Costa Rica Spanish Phrasebook by Thomas Kohnstamm
Croatian Phrasebook by Gordana Ivetac
Dutch Phrasebook by Annelies Mertens
East Timor Phrasebook by John Hajek
Egyptian Arabic Phrasebook by Siona Jenkins
Ethiopian Amharic Phrasebook by Tilahun Kebede
Ethiopian Amharic Phrasebook & Dictionary by Tilahun Kebede
Europe Phrasebook by Mikel Morris
Farsi (Persian) Phrasebook by Yavar Dehghani
Fijian Phrasebook by Paul Geraghty
French Phrasebook by Michael Janes
German Phrasebook by Gunther Muhl
Greek Phrasebook by Athanasios Spilias
Hebrew Phrasebook by Klara Ilane Wistinetzki
Hill Tribes Phrasebook by David Bradley
Hungarian Phrasebook by Christina Mayer
India: Lonely Planet Phrasebook by Lonely Planet
Italian Phrasebook by Karina Coates
Japanese Phrasebook by Yoshi Abe
Korean Phrasebook by Minkyoung Kim
Lao Phrasebook by Joe Cummings
Latin American Spanish Phrasebook by Roberto Esposto
Lonely Planet Cantonese Phrasebook & Dictionary by Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet China Phrasebook by Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Czech Phrasebook by Eugenia Mocnay
Lonely Planet Dutch Phrasebook & Dictionary by Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Eastern Europe Phrasebook by Angel Pachev
Lonely Planet Filipino Phrasebook by Violetta Lorenzana
Lonely Planet French Phrasebook & Dictionary by Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Hindi & Urdu Phrasebook by Richard Delacy
Lonely Planet Hungarian Phrasebook & Dictionary by Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Indonesian Language Survival Kit by Patrick Witton
Lonely Planet Indonesian Phrasebook & Dictionary by Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Italian Phrasebook & Dictionary by Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Korean Phrasebook & Dictionary by Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Middle East Phrasebook & Dictionary by Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Papua New Guinea Pidgin Phrasebook by John Hunter
Lonely Planet Portuguese Phrasebook by Robert Landon
Lonely Planet Portuguese Phrasebook & Dictionary by Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Quechua Phrasebook by Ronald Wright
Lonely Planet Russian Phrasebook & Dictionary by Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Scandinavian Phrasebook by Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Southeast Asia Phrasebook & Dictionary by Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Thai Phrasebook & Dictionary by Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Turkish Phrasebook by Arzu Kürklü
Lonely Planet Ukrainian Phrasebook by Marko Pavlyshyn
Lonely Planet USA Phrasebook by Colleen Cotter
Malay Phrasebook by Susan Keeney
Mandarin Chinese Phrasebook by Charles Qin
Mandarin: Lonely Planet Phrasebook by Anthony Garnaut
Mediterranean Europe Phrasebook by Sally Steward
Mexican Spanish Phrasebook by Rafael & Cecilia Carmona
Middle East: Lonely Planet Phrasebook by Lonely Planet Phrasebooks
Mongolian Phrasebook by Alan J. K. Sanders
Moroccan Arabic Phrasebook by Dan Bacon
Nepali Phrasebook by Mary-Jo O'Rourke
Pidgin Phrasebook by Trevor Balzer
Polish Phrasebook by Krzysztof Dydynski
Russian Phrasebook by James Jenkin
South Pacific Phrasebook by Hadrien Dhont
South-East Asia Phrasebook by San San Hnin Tun
Spanish Phrasebook by Marta Lopez
Sri Lanka Phrasebook by Swarna Pragnaratne
Swahili Phrasebook by Martin Benjamin
Thai Phrasebook by Joe Cummings
Tibetan Phrasebook by Sandup Tsering
Vietnamese Phrasebook by Nguyen Xuan Thu
Western Europe Phrasebook by Karina Coates

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Recommendations

  1. Say What?: Talk Like A Local Without Putting Your Foot in It (Lonely Planet) by Lou Callan (2004)
  2. Lonely Planet Fast Talk French by Lonely Planet Publications (2004)
  3. Lonely Planet Australian Language & Culture by Paul Smitz (2007)
  4. Languages of Asia and the Pacific by Charles Hamblin (1984)
  5. Lonely Planet Hebrew Phrasebook & Dictionary (Lonely Planet Phrasebooks) by Lonely Planet (2013)
  6. Berlitz East European Phrase Book by Berlitz Guides (1995)
  7. Say It in Swahili by Dover Publications Inc. (1972)
  8. Teach Yourself Languages: Indonesian by John B. Kwee (1965)
  9. The Rough Guide to Czech by Lexus (1995)
  10. Vietnamese in a nutshell by Vuong Gia Thuy (1975)
  11. Lonely Planet Eastern Europe by Tom Masters (1986)
  12. Spanish Phrase Book (BBC Phrase Book) by Philippa Goodrich (1991)
  13. Italian Phrases For Dummies by Francesca Romana Onofri (2004)
  14. 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)
  15. Get by in Spanish (Book & CD) by Derek Utley (1998)

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Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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