Often the French get a bad wrap for being ‘rude’, but that’s only because tourists come up and ask if they can “speak English”, without even attempting a proper hello. Learn the basics, pay your respects and see the real side of French hospitality. Worst case, you’ll be able to ask where the ‘toilette’ is, without resorting to pointing at your crotch like an imbecile.
This deck includes 54 French translations essential for travellers who want to immerse themselves in the culture they're exploring - from everyday greetings and introductions to eating out, moving around, or finding a place to stay. Practical phrases are accompanied by easy-to-learn pronunciation.
Pick up French while playing cards!
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