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Message 9 of 1120 April 2013 at 5:07am | IP Logged
In case anyone browsing through this thread in the future is interested, I've posted a short piece (with a few
photos) about Librarie Michel Fortin, in
post 182 of my log.
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Message 10 of 1121 April 2013 at 4:49am | IP Logged
I've popped in there before. It was like being in amateur linguist heaven, but I did find
it a bit pricey. I was imagining they would also have used materials, but everything they
have is brand new.
It's good to go there if you want something right away or can't find it online. I
personally like to buy language materials second-hand, when possible. Call me a
cheapskate (though I prefer the term "frugal"), lol.
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Message 11 of 1122 April 2013 at 2:48pm | IP Logged
|It was like being in amateur linguist heaven, but I did find
it a bit pricey.
Language manuals are generally pricey and harder to find. Yet, their markup is the same as every other bookstore.
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