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Savoir-Flair!: 211 Tips for Enjoying France and the French (Anglais) Broché – juin 2007

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Polly Platt does KNOW the French !! she writes exactly the right bad habits and good points about French people... how do I know she is right about France & the French ??? I AM FRENCH !!!! she is really great and i would love to know american as much as she does with us...
read their 2 books (savoir flair and french or foe ?) and you will :
- know almost everything about the french (if you're not french)
- learn yourself better (if you're french, and believe me, you gonna be ashamed too !! ha ha !)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 ... reader to get a sense of what it is like to visit France from a cultural perspective 2 janvier 2015
Par J. Aderton - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book takes a different slant than a normal DK or Fodors guide book - it allows the reader to get a sense of what it is like to visit France from a cultural perspective. While it is somewhat dated - the French culture has not changed that much and this gives a very helpful view of how to enjoy your experience and interact with the French in a way that is pleasing both to the visitor and the French.

My concerns with the book (the reason I gave a 4 star rating) relate to the age of the book (published in 2000) and the fact that it appears the author is somewhat enamored with name dropping and high class living. The age of the book can be offset by purchasing a current guidebook (DK Guides is a good one) for current tourist type information.

Other that these issues, I highly recommend the book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Greatly Improved Our Trip 21 décembre 2010
Par Joel Daste - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Before our 3rd European trip I purchased this book and what a difference it made. Friends used to comment that the French were unfriendly. On our first two trips we thought the French were just a little too reserved. If our friends had read this book, they would have realized how much they missed by starting their trip without understanding the 2 or 3 basic rules of courtesy in France.

If you approach someone and fail to say "hello" when their culture is based upon simple beginnings to a conversation, it is any surprise that the person doesn't jump to befriend you? Polly taught us the very simple means of being polite that opened the French to us. Suddenly we knew the simple secrets that caused the French to go out of their way for us.

If you are going to France, you must read this book. Plus it is a fun read!
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Cultural Differences 10 mai 2014
Par Terry L Clark - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've only just begun to read it, but, while valuable, doesn't seem to "flow" as well as her book "French or Foe" (that one gets five stars+). Might change my mind once I get into it more. However, still very glad I got it. It one has an open mind to at least be accepting of cultural differences, if not appreciating them, then both books would enhance any visit to France. But if one is NOT willing to look at other cultures other than their own of having any validity, then both books would be a waste of time. Many Americans are like the latter.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Key to enjoying the French 27 décembre 2014
Par carolyn - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book was a lifesaver on our trip to France. It explains the unique way the French view the world, and outlines ways to negotiate the country (and especially phrases to use to let the French know we were't rude buffoons). It's our experience that the French, even Parisiennes, are lovely hosts and welcome tourists when we indicate a knowledge of their sensitivities. I've given copies of the book to several friends, and I never visit France without reviewing the book. Highly recommended.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great insight into mindset of the French 8 août 2016
Par Elane Dickenson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Savoir-Flair was fun to read, and gave a great insight into the mindset of the French and Parisians. It was just slightly out of date (francs were the currency when it was written). It helped me prepare for my first trip to Paris this fall.
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