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Spring break arrives, and that means it’s time for Emily to brush up on her sadly lacking French language skills. Emily, however, has much more important plans for her time—she is determined to keep the interest of her boyfriend Devon, and what better place to storm his Bastille than Paris?Unfortunately her attempts to conquer strange French cuisine, Devon—and oh, yes, theSpring break arrives, and that means it’s time for Emily to brush up on her sadly lacking French language skills. Emily, however, has much more important plans for her time—she is determined to keep the interest of her boyfriend Devon, and what better place to storm his Bastille than Paris?Unfortunately her attempts to conquer strange French cuisine, Devon—and oh, yes, there’s that little thing about learning the language—end up in …well, let’s just call it The French Revolution II and leave it at that.Subject: Emily’s Handy Phrases For Spring Break in ParisFrom: [email protected]: [email protected]’apprendrais par coeur plutot le Klingon qu’essaye d’apprendre le francais en deux semaines. I would rather memorize Klingon than try to learn French in two weeks. Vous voulez que je mange un escargot? You want me to EAT a snail?!? Vous etes nummy, mais mon petit ami est le roi des hotties, et il vient a Paris seulement pour me voir! You are nummy, but my boyfriend is the king of hotties, and he’s coming to Paris just to see me!...

Title : What’s French For “Ew”?
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ISBN : 9780843952971
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 186 Pages
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What’s French For “Ew”? Reviews

  • Camilla
    2018-11-25 10:39

    Another silly, outdated adventure with Emily. It makes for great light reading. Thankfully this one focuses more on comedy rather than sexual angst, so I could enjoy Emily's humorous antics in Notre Dame, on the Seine, and with her ridiculous fake baby assignment. This one might be my favorite of the four-part series.

  • Susan
    2018-11-10 11:58

    Seriously disappointing. I thought this was a humorous travelogue instead - it consisted (in fake emails) of the natterings of a spoiled young thing, who had little appreciation for where she was going or the language she was supposedly there to learn. Her focus was on whether she wanted to 'do it' for the first time with her favorite hottie/:p Her trips to classic sites led each time to one or more 'funny' disasters. Thing was...when her trips were going well, she and her buddies were written as those rotten sort of giggly mockers that make the world a worse place to live. Made it very difficult to find the main character sympathetic. Sucked the joy right out of it.

  • Ruby
    2018-11-14 08:03

    Another book that I should have left on the shelf. I found this book to be nearly impossible to slog through. The main character is a vapid, mindless irritating child who has no clue of what is important in life. I kept thinking that I hoped young girls wouldn’t read this and think this was the way to act. I know that this was intended to be a humorous book, but I only found humor in one spot, and it didn’t last long enough to rate the story as funny.

  • Jenny
    2018-11-13 15:42

    Emily and Holly are off to Paris for a two week intensive French course. Em is looking forward to the romantic city of lights and has plans for her and Devon on her 17th birthday. Only now Devon has to go on a fishing trip for the first week, and Emily has to take a baby simulator along on the trip. Yet Emily somehow manages to rise above it all to have a good time.

  • Karen
    2018-11-14 08:47

    Many more crazy adventures with Emily. You just have to wonder if she can do anything without causing some huge bit of trouble. But if she did anything normally, she wouldn't be Emily. Quite a few laugh out loud moments while reading. And I must say that I'm quite happy with the way things turned out between her and Devon.

  • Bridget
    2018-12-06 11:38

    I love books that can make me literally laugh out loud, and this is one of those books. Emily's ridiculousness keeps the reader turning, and nothing is ever ordinary and boring.She is someone that I could definitely be friends with in real life, because I would end up in a lot of the same situations if I were to go abroad.Also, Devon = delicious.

  • Zuhria Husna
    2018-12-02 09:50

    I bought this book two days ago. I finished reading it yesterday. It's a funny story, but I'm just not into it. It's a little bit boring, yet I cherish its adventure taste and some French phrases written on this book. =D

  • Debbie Sally
    2018-12-10 13:43

    I almost closed the book when I read the beginning of the story, but then I found something fun from this book. Yes, it's Emily's adventures in Paris.

  • Salsabila
    2018-11-18 15:46

    Kind of boring but still liked it

  • Cheryl
    2018-12-10 14:41

    good

  • Tiffany
    2018-12-08 14:04

    Emily Series