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101 American English Riddles : Understanding Language and Culture Through… (edition 1996)

by Harry Collis

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Humorous riddles with comic illustrations help ESL students gain new insights into American language and culture. Each riddle is accompanied by text that helps students grasp and master the underlying linguistic and cultural reasons why the joke is funny.
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Title:101 American English Riddles : Understanding Language and Culture Through Humor
Authors:Harry Collis
Info:McGraw-Hill (1996), Edition: 1, Paperback, 144 pages
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