The standard guide to Paris and every-day French conversation 1913 PDF book

The standard guide to Paris and every-day French conversation  1913 PDF book with Maps and Useful French Words


The standard guide to Paris PDF book

Introduction:
Colored Map showing Distances from Paris — Proper Names and Geographical Names not spelled alike in English and French — Money of France converted into American and English Values — Twelve City Routes with Explanations and a Map of each Route — Sentences in German and Italian for Tourists visiting Germany, Switzerland, and Italy WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO TOURISTS AND STUDENTS LEARNING THE LANGUAGE



TABLE OF CONTENTS

Railroad Fares to Paris from 48 Places,. 5

French Money with American and English
Equivalents, 6

Proper Names not Spelled Alike in French
and English, 7

Itineraries from U. S. Points to Paris, . 9
Steamship Offices, . . . . .11

Watches on Board Ship, . . . .11

Concerning Passports, 12


example of the book
Example of the book




I. — Pronunciation and Every=day Phrases.

Pronunciation — Cardinal Numbers — Ordinal
Numbers, etc. — Days, Months — Seasons;
Holidays — The verbs "avoir" and "elre" —
Common Adjectives — Parts of the Body —
The Weather — Sensation, and Feeling — Dress
(male and female) — Traveling Requisites —
The Time — Phrases of Time, . . . 13-40

II. — Conversations for Tourists.

On Board the Ship — At the Custom House —
Asking One's Way — Railroads and Trains —
Cabs and Cabbies — 'Buses and Street Cars
— Post and Telegraph Offices — About Hotels
— Baths — Barbers — Restaurants — Cafes
— Tobacco Stores — With the Doctor — Money
Matters — Shopping — Social Customs,. 41-111

III. — Twelve City Routes with Diagrams.

Route I. Over the Grands Boulevards,. 112

Route 2. Around the He de la Cite and the St. Louis, . . . . . .117

Route 3. A Visit to the Bois de Boulogne,. 121
Route 4. To les Gobelins, le Pantheon and

le Quartier Latin, . . . . .125

Route 5. Quays and Bridges, from Pont-

Neuf to Pont National and back, . .129

Route 6. Old Paris, from Palais-Royal to

Place da la Bastille, .... 135

Route 7. Cimetiere du Pere La Chaise and

the Bois de Vincennes, .... 137
Route 8. To Montmartre and the Eglise du

Sacre-Coeur, . . . . . . 141

Route 9. Quays and Bridges, from Pont-

Neuf to Pont d'Auteuil, . . . . 147

Route 10. To les Abattoirs de la Villette and

les Buttes Chaumont, . . . .151

Route II. To the Luxembourg and I'Obser-

vatoire, . . . . . . -155

Route 12. From Le Palais-Royal to Le Tro-

cadero, . . . . . . .157

Suburban Places of Interest,

Versailles, St-Cloud, Fontainebleau, Chantilly. 161

Opening Days and Hours of Museums, Public

Buildings, Etc., . . . . . 162

Church Calendar: R. C. Churches, American
and English Churches, French Protestant
Churches, Synagogues, . . . . 163.

Theaters AND Other Places OF Amusements, 164

IV. — Tourist's Necessary Words and Sentences in German and Italian, 165

v.— Telegraph and Cable Code, 183

Geographical Names, 188




Author: Max Maury, 
Publication Date: 1813


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