Series: Wicked Travel

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Wicked French by Howard TombFrench
Wicked German by Howard TombGermany
Wicked Greek by Howard TombGreek
Wicked Irish by Howard TombIrish
Wicked Italian by Howard TombItalian
Wicked Japanese For The Business Traveler by Howard TombJapanese
Wicked Spanish by Howard TombSpanish
The Wicked Traveler by Howard Tomb

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  1. Spanish Phrasebook by Marta Lopez (1997)
  2. Berlitz French Phrase Book by Berlitz (1970)
  3. More Making Out in Japanese, Revised Edition by Todd Geers (1989)
  4. The Rough Guide to Greek by Lexus (1995)
  5. Merde! The Real French You Were Never Taught at School by Genevieve (1984)
  6. Italian Phrase Book (Eyewitness Travel Phrase Book) by DK (1997)
  7. Irish Grammar: A Basic Handbook by Noel McGonagle (1991)
  8. Berlitz German for Travellers by Berlitz Guides (1954)
  9. French for Cats by Henry Beard (1991)
  10. Teach Yourself Irish: A Complete Course for Beginners by Diarmuid O Se (1993)
  11. Italian Without Words by Don Cangelosi (1989)
  12. Say It in Japanese by Japan Travel Bureau (1993)
  13. Just Enough Greek by Passport Books (1983)
  14. Focloir Gaeilge-Bearla/Irish-English Dictionary by Niall O'Donaill (1977)
  15. Langenscheidt's Universal German Dictionary: German-English English-German by Holger Freese (1957)

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