These sites contain useful phrases in a variety of languages. Some also have sound files which enable you to hear how to pronounce the phrases.
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Portable PDF phrasebooks - buy one for only $2.99, buy 12 for only $10!
They Thought You Would Say This: Unlikely phrases from real phrasebooks
Emergency multilingual phrasebook
Silent Night in numerous languages (includes audio for some languages)
Names of days and months in many languages
Der Kleine Prinz in 100 Sprachen - extracts from The Little Prince in 100 languages (includes audio): http://www2.germanistik.uni-halle.de/prinz/karten/
Mama Lisa's World - a collection of children's songs from around the world in their original languages with English translations.Some songs include musical recordings and sheet music: http://www.mamalisa.com/world/
How to say "Oh my god! There's an axe in my head" in various languages
The Phrase Finder - the meanings and origins of many English sayings, phrases and idioms
Fodor's Travel Phrases - over 400 essential phrases for 22 languages
Phrask - the biggest online collection of translated phrases
2016 Rio Olympics ePhrasebook (In Portuguese, English, French, Spanish, Italian and German)
You Talkin' to me? The Movie Quote Phrasebook
Welcome | Hello | Hello (on the phone) | Good morning | Good afternoon | Good evening | Good night | How are you? | Long time no see | Please | Thank you | Excuse me | Sorry | Yes, No | Maybe | Goodbye | Bon voyage
Do you understand? | I understand | I don't understand | Please say that again | Please speak more slowly | Please write it down | Do you speak English? | Do you speak ...? | Do you speak a language other than [your own]? | Speak to me in ... | How do you say ...? | I don't know
Good luck | Cheers! | Have a nice day | Have a nice weekend | Bon appetit | How much is this? | Would you like to dance? | Do you come here often? | Where's the toilet? | Get well soon | I miss you | I love you | This gentleman/lady will pay for everything | One language is never enough
The phrase finder enables you to view the useful phrases in any combination of two languages. The phrases are available in over 300 different languages.
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