Dirty German provides enough insults and swear words to offend every person in Germany -- without even mentioning that the Japanese make better cars -- as well as explicit sex terminology graphic enough to embarrass the women of Hamburg's infamous red light district. Also included is a section on native banter that can help readers make friends over a pitcher of beer and convince the local bratwurst vendor that they actually like sauerkraut.
This book includes phrases for every situation, including expressions for describing art that make one sound smart and cool. Use sweet words to entice a local beauty into a walk along the Seine, and less-then-philosophical rebuffs for those overly zealous, espresso-fueled cafe "poets." There are enough insults and swear words to offend every person in France without even speaking to them in English, which they really dislike.
Nothing is censored in Dirty Russian. By revealing the contemporary colloquial language locals actually speak, this book presents cool things to say for all casual situations--shopping, parties, nightclubs, sporting events and even romance and sex. Dirty Russian includes harsh expressions to convince a local police officer that your documents are in order and you've tipped him enough or sweet words to entice a local beauty into a horse-drawn sleigh ride, and even native banter to help make friends over a glass of vodka. An invaluable guide for off-the-beaten-path travelers going to Russia, Dirty.
Slang Phrases for the Cafe, Club, Bar, Bedroom, Ball Game and More
Author: Erin Coyne
Category: FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY
Packed with slang words, phrases and expressions not found in any textbook, this fun-to-read handbook teaches the casual, everyday language heard in the cafes, bars and streets of Russia. No one actually speaks the formal Russian taught in school, which makes this book a must have for anyone looking to chat with the locals without sounding like a robot. Published as an attractive, small trim hardcover, this handy phrasebook makes the perfect gift for travelers and students who want to fill the gap between the Russian they are learning in class and what is really spoken in Russia.