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How to Pick Up French Girls: French Phrases for Dating

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ABOUT THE BOOK French girls have a reputation of being some of the most beautiful girls in Western Europe. They have charm, looks, and killer style. Any man would be thrilled to pick up a French girl, but this is where things can get tricky. Even if one knows the French language, so many considerations come into play. Does one use the familiar version of 'you' or the formal? Should one be forward or more discrete in their come on? This book will tell you everything you need to know and more on the art of picking up French women. First and foremost, you need to know which form of 'you' to be using when talking to a French girl. A lot can be interpreted from a conversation based on which version a person is using. In today's modern world, the rule of thumb is to use the 'tu' form when talking to (or flirting with) a girl who is around your age. The 'vous' form is considered too formal for such a situation. MEET THE AUTHOR Amy studied International Studies and French at Miami University and graduated in May 2011. She has been writing since she could hold a pen. Amy loves French history, the banjo, and her dog Jacob. You can find out more about her by visiting www. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK So you've made it past the awkward picking-her-up conversation as well as the first date, where to go from here? It should be pretty apparent whether or not you want to carry on a relationship with this French girl by this point, so it's down to you. If you're pretty into her and decide you do indeed want to carry on this trans-cultural relationship, I would recommend reading on to the next section so you can avoid any potentially embarrassing future 'faux pas' in the future. Buy a copy to keep reading!