English Vocabulary


Writing is especially popular in books these days.

In don't understand what the sentence in the title exactely means, could someone help me?
This sentence is found in the audio file: Advertisement: A New Book From Mental Publishing
thanks

5 comments

  • Hi Fabio!
    How do you call them again? (comment tu les appelles déjà )
    Mental Publishing? I never heard of them, but as I can see, for sure they publish books. Probably no magazines, no papers. Only books. Mental, cerebral things, for smart readers.
    And right now, they are launching a new book.
    WAZZAAA ! What’s that? An ad? An advertising? A publicity? Of course they need an ad, to make it well known.
    I don’t know the title of the book (you don‘t say it), but « Writing is especially popular in books these days. » is supposed to sound as an attractive motto for a company specialized in books. Yes a motto, a maxim, an adage, a slogan.
    Any issue still remains? Feel free to ask again.
    JP.
  • I still do not understand! How would you translate in french??
    Thanks!
  • From Fabio:
    I still do not understand! How would you translate in french??
    Thanks!

     


    ok i got it!
    fabio
  • From Fabio:
    ok i got it!
    fabio

     


    Good job!
    Thank you Fabio for saying it.
    I was wondering how I could make it up to you. I must say I had no idea.
    Now I feel better :-)
  • Hi Fabio,
    i get a try: Ecrire est particulièrement à la mode-ou populaire- dans les livres, ces temps-ci.


    Don't ask me the meaning, i really don't have any idea,


    Stéphnikas

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