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How to Speak New Yorkese: A Handy Guide to the World's Most Improbable Language
     

How to Speak New Yorkese: A Handy Guide to the World's Most Improbable Language

by Judy Levine, Frank Marciuliano (Illustrator), Nancy Jackson
 
To most out-of-towners New Yorkese is a foreign language, unintelligible without this handy dictionary. To help you get around town, this book contains dozens of words and phrases you won't find in Webster or anywhere else but New York City. New Yorkers say what they think and the way they say it is expressed in New Yorkese. It is blunt, straightforward and spoken at

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To most out-of-towners New Yorkese is a foreign language, unintelligible without this handy dictionary. To help you get around town, this book contains dozens of words and phrases you won't find in Webster or anywhere else but New York City. New Yorkers say what they think and the way they say it is expressed in New Yorkese. It is blunt, straightforward and spoken at machine-gun speed. It gets New Yorkers what they want and it will do the same for you when you visit the Big Apple. Besides, it is very funny!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780930753078
Publisher:
Spectacle Lane Press, Incorporated
Publication date:
05/20/2003
Pages:
96
Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 5.40(h) x 0.30(d)

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