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This newly designed, beginner-level Danish audio course contains all the key travel phrases you need to communicate with confidence while abroad. The audio CD features native Danish speakers using phrases you’re likely to encounter in typical travel situations. In no time, you will be able to meet and greet people, be familiar with numbers, time and days of the week, find your way around transport, shops, and restaurants, and make new friends. Pack includes sturdy 2-color booklet with phonetic transcription, handy tips and key word reminders. The audio CD runs for 60 minutes and the contents can be easily downloaded to your iPod or MP3 player.
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This book is from the most successful visual travel guide series ever, with beautifully commissioned photographs and invaluable tips about where to stay, eat, and visit. It includes information of local customs, currency, medical services, and transportation. 288 pages. Flex cover with flaps.
When lefse aficionado Gary Legwold wrote The Last Word on Lefse, he fretted that the grand old practice of lease making was dying. Now, 25 years later, he assesses the State of the Lefse Union and finds it to be vibrant.
Apparently The Last Word on Lefse wasn’t the last word arter all! Follow the vibrant lefse trail into kitchens (both professional and amateur) throughout the country, visit the world’s largest maker of electric lefse grills in a tiny Iowa town, cheer at a lively lefse-rolling contest, and pick up lefse-making tips from experts across the land.This book includes stories, a lefse song, and step-by-step visual instructions!
– Sing a newly composed song about lefse and tradition—premiered in this book—and join a chorus of lefse makers and eaters in giving thanks for lefse!
Full of humor, gratitude, tendernessm and tears, Keep On Rolling is a book to treasure—and pass on to the next generation.
Based in Minneapolis, Gary Legwold is the author of The Last Word on Lefse, The Last Word on Lutefisk, and the Last Toast to Lutefisk!
Paperback. 304 pages.
This book is from the most successful visual travel guide series ever, with beautifully commissioned photographs and invaluable tips about where to stay, eat, and visit. It includes information of local customs, currency, medical services, and transportation. If you are planning a trip to Sweden, you’ll want to have this book along. All the most interesting sights to see are covered, along with practical advice on recreational activities, nightlife, and local culinary specialties. 352 pages. Sturdy flex-cover paperback with flaps.
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