"Easiest thing in the world to get on in a foreign country with a phrase book and your wits," he remarked to himself.
Then there came words, but Guy was busy with his phrase book.
"My luggage," he said firmly, laying one hand upon the pile, and waving the phrase book.
Behold me, then, ambling through Mexico, a Spanish phrase book in my lap and peace in my heart.
Guy turned it up in his phrase book, and found that it meant interpreter.
With the help of our phrase book, we gathered that they never ate meat and very rarely had fresh fish.
The young Englishman took off his hat, and produced a phrase book from his pocket.
Since we talk in phrases as well as in words every home needs a phrase book as well as a dictionary.
He waxed eloquent again, but the Englishman was busy with the phrase book.
The gentleman had an open Baedeker in his hand, and the lady carried a phrase book.