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Les Bons Mots:
Just because memories of conjugating French verbs make you cringe doesn't mean you can't enjoy (and employ) the glorious richness of the French idiom, thanks to Ehrlich's fine oeuvre. The author of Amo, Amas, Amat and More, Ehrlich has compiled 1,500 or so French phrases (each with definition, pronunciation, and literal translation) that include handy definitions of the familiar (such as roman a clef) as well as introductions to less common French phrases such as se sucer la poire (kiss passionately, literally "suck the pear") and se tritrer la cervelle (think as hard as one can, literally "grind up one's brains"). [via]