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Dirty German: Everyday Slang from "What's Up?" to "F*%# Off!" (Dirty Everyday Slang)

by Daniel Chaffey

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You already know enough German to get by, but you want to be able to tell those inside jokes, greet your friends in a laid-back manner, and casually pick someone up at a bar. From 'what's up? to 'Wanna go home with me?' Dirty German will teach you how to speak like you're a regular on the streets of Berlin. But you'll also discover material that goes beyond a traditional phrasebook, including: Hilarious insults, provocative facts, explicit swear words, themed German cocktails, and more! Next time you're travelling to Germany, pick up this book, drop the textbook formality, and get dirty!… (more)
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You already know enough German to get by, but you want to be able to tell those inside jokes, greet your friends in a laid-back manner, and casually pick someone up at a bar. From 'what's up? to 'Wanna go home with me?' Dirty German will teach you how to speak like you're a regular on the streets of Berlin. But you'll also discover material that goes beyond a traditional phrasebook, including: Hilarious insults, provocative facts, explicit swear words, themed German cocktails, and more! Next time you're travelling to Germany, pick up this book, drop the textbook formality, and get dirty!

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