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Collins I Smirt, You Stooze, They Krump

Can You Still Speak English?

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Collins I Smirt, You Stooze, They Krump: Can You Still Speak English? by Justin Crozier
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This fun and fascinating guide to new words in English is a must for anyone who loves language. Every month hundreds of new words are collected by Collins, one of the UK's leading language publishers, and this book contains the best of the bunch. What if we told you there's an Evil Twin downstairs? That your children are at the silent disco and your dad's been dooced? What if we called you a flashpacker -- or worse: an orthorexic? If dog-whistling goes over your head and global dimming leaves you in the dark, I Smirt, You Stooze, They Krump should be your guide to the fastest-changing language on Earth. Combining up-to-the-minute vocabulary with the colourful stories behind the next generation of English words, this is the only book for anyone who wants to keep their finger on the pulse of this fascinating and ever-growing language.
Release date NZ
October 2nd, 2006
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Collins
Interest Age
From 9
Pages
192
Dimensions
130x180x15
ISBN-13
9780007211760
Product ID
1657299

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