by Juan Caballero, Dirty Spanish Book available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Dirty Spanish books, GET D!RTY! Next time you’re traveling or just chattin’ in Spanish with your friends, drop the textbook formality and bust out with expressions they never teach you in school, including: • cool slang • funny insults • explicit sex terms • raw swear words Dirty Spanish teaches the casual expressions heard every day on the streets of Spain and Latin America: • What’s up? ¿Qué tal? • I’m shitfaced. Estoy mamado. • Check out all the hotties! ¡Mírale las bomboncitas! • Will you suck me off? ¿Me lo chuparías? • I have the runs. Yo tengo un chorrillo. • What a motherfucker! ¡Qué conchesuma! • That forward is legit. Es chévere ese delantero.
by ND B, Dirty Spanish Workbook Book available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Dirty Spanish Workbook books, LEARN SPANISH THE D!RTY WAY! Classroom workbooks teach conjugation with lame verbs—I walk, you walk, he walks. Eff that. Wouldn’t you rather be learning I hook up, you hook up, we hook up (Yo ligo, tu ligas, nosotros ligamos)? This book teaches you Spanish using the expressions you really want to learn including cool slang, funny insults, raw swear words and explicit sex terms. Packed with fun stuff they don’t teach in school, Dirty Spanish Workbook includes: • Sample Dialogues for Picking Up Sexy Locals • Labeled Illustrations of Hot Spots on a Bangin’ Body • Conjugation Exercises on Conjugating • Word Search for Dancing, Clubbing and Partying Terms • Fill-in-the-Blank Sentences to Describe a Hottie • Multiple Choice Quizzes featuring Drunk, Wasted and Stoned Vocabulary
by Alexis Munier, Talk Dirty Spanish Book available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Talk Dirty Spanish books, ¿Qué pasa, gringo? Whether at a cantina in Mexico or a discothèque in Spain, you better know how to shoot the s#*!. Luckily for you, Talk Dirty: Spanish dishes all the dirty sayings in a variety of dialects. Packed with plenty of four-letter words, habañero-hot insults, and wicked expressions, this book will have you speaking like a true hombre. The Spanish-to-English translations will help you learn all the latest foreign slang, such as: De puta madre: of the prostitute mother Spanish Phrase:¡Mi tío tiende un coche de puta madre! Translation: My uncle has a fantastic car! Literal Translation: My uncle has a car of a prostitute mother! Talk Dirty: Spanish--all you need for a sharper tongue and set of cojones.
by Ulysses Press, Dirty Spanish Flash Cards Book available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Dirty Spanish Flash Cards books, LEARN STREET SPANISH, CHAVO! This deck will teach you cool slang, funny insults, explicit sex terms and raw swear words. Have fun quizzing your friends with these awesome vocabulary words. Dirty Spanish Flash Cards teaches you the Spanish you never learned in school so throw out your textbook and get dirty! Featuring: • Cool slang • Funny insults • Explicit sex terms • Raw swear words
by Juan Caballero, Dirty Spanish Third Edition Book available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Dirty Spanish Third Edition books, Learn the slang words, modern phrases, and curses they definitely never taught you in Spanish class with this super-handy and hilariously improper English-Spanish phrasebook. You already know enough Spanish 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 Spanish will teach you how to speak like you're a regular on the streets of Madrid or Buenos Aires. But you’ll also discover material that goes beyond a traditional phrasebook, including: Hilarious insults Provocative facts Explicit swear words Themed Spanish cocktails And more! Next time you’re traveling to Spain, Mexico, or Argentina, pick up this book, drop the textbook formality, and get dirty!
by John C. Rigdon, Great Little Book Of Dirty Spanish Words Book available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Great Little Book Of Dirty Spanish Words books, So, I had 5 years of Spanish in High School and College, only to learn that I really couldn't understand most of what I heard. It was only when I was introduced to the Spanish cuss words that I realized that there was more to Spanish expletives than "Ah Caramba!" From a strictly academic perspective this book will fill you in on the rich and varied vocabulary of Spanish vulgarities, but it should also help you to converse more effectively with your Hispanic friends. For those words and phrases which are only understood in a cultural context, we explain their usage and include sample sentences. As anyone who speaks more than one language knows, words don't always translate precisely. In Spanish that's particularly true of curse words. Many Spanish swear words and insults cover similar territory to their English counterparts. English speakers, on the other hand, might have a hard time understanding. Swear words. It's an art and science that can only be perfected with experience.
by Paddy Woodworth, Dirty War Clean Hands Book available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Dirty War Clean Hands books, For three years the GAL ('Anti-terrorist Liberation Groups'), created mayhem in the French Basque Country, where ETA had its 'sanctuary'. In 1986 the French government began to hand over ETA suspects to the Spanish police in large numbers and the GAL campaign stopped. But this dirty war had already created widespread support for ETA in the first generation of Spanish Basques to grow up under post-Franco democracy, and its consequences reverberate to this day. The GAL's links to the Spanish security forces, and finally to Gonzalez's own cabinet, have been revealed by controversial magistrates like Baltasar Garzon, despite all the resources of 'state secrecy'. The investigations continue and Garzon is still attempting to establish the full extent of the relationship between the former Spanish Government and the GAL's death squads.
by Cintia Santana, Forth And Back Book available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Forth And Back books, Forth and Back broadens the scope of Hispanic trans-Atlantic studies by shifting the focus to Spain’s trans-lingual exchange with the United States at the end of the twentieth century. Highlighting the incipient globalization of literary markets after Franco’s death, Forth and Back examines the economic, poetical, and ideological constraints that shaped the keen consumption of U.S. literature by Spanish publishers, readers, and writers.