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Chinese people flip out when they see what this book has in it. In the Love and Sex chapter you can learn how to say sleep . This is James Wang, author of outrageous Chinese. Some kind of shit happened between me and China Books. In the Love and Sex chapter you can learn how to say sleep with, make love, you’ve got a real big dick! I am having my period, and put on a condom. I don’t want to get knocked up. All relevant vocabulary is also in there, in both formal and slang terms. In the Expletives Undeleted chapter you can learn such gems as fuck your ancestors! and what a damned ugly face! Oh yeah, there’s enough material in here to get you in innumerable fights.

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Outrageous Chinese: A Guide to Chinese Street Language (English and Chinese Edition) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0835125321

ISBN: 0835125327

Author: James Wang

Category: Other

Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English Chinese

Publisher: China Books & Periodicals (May 1, 1994)

Pages: 124 pages

ePUB size: 1771 kb

FB2 size: 1412 kb

Rating: 4.8

Votes: 666

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Bele
This book is a joy to read and gives you a handful of useful chinese slang. It doesn't try to be comprehensive, but does a good job of explaining the terms it introduces.
If you're planning on spending any time in China and trying to speak Mandarin, this book is highly recommended. You'll be much better armed to deal with unfriendly locals -- both in recognizing when they're being insulting and responding appropriately.
Bele
This book is a joy to read and gives you a handful of useful chinese slang. It doesn't try to be comprehensive, but does a good job of explaining the terms it introduces.
If you're planning on spending any time in China and trying to speak Mandarin, this book is highly recommended. You'll be much better armed to deal with unfriendly locals -- both in recognizing when they're being insulting and responding appropriately.
Kakashkaliandiia
The book begins with some embarrassing linguistic mishaps people experienced due to mis-using the tones - so watch your tones, lest you say something that will leave you blushing.

The first section of the book warns you of different word combinations that may end up sounding as if you had sexual connotations in mind. Separate section of the book deals with sexual jargon - when you desire to use it intentionally.

One of the sections deals with the delicacies on the menu that may appear strange to westerners.

Then you'll find proper forms of addressing others depending upon your relationship with them. Chinese customs have somewhat different rules than American.

Separate sections deal with crime, illness, weddings and funerals, expletives and idioms to watch for.

All in all, a great little book. Highly recommended.
You're bound to enjoy it from cover to cover.
Kakashkaliandiia
The book begins with some embarrassing linguistic mishaps people experienced due to mis-using the tones - so watch your tones, lest you say something that will leave you blushing.

The first section of the book warns you of different word combinations that may end up sounding as if you had sexual connotations in mind. Separate section of the book deals with sexual jargon - when you desire to use it intentionally.

One of the sections deals with the delicacies on the menu that may appear strange to westerners.

Then you'll find proper forms of addressing others depending upon your relationship with them. Chinese customs have somewhat different rules than American.

Separate sections deal with crime, illness, weddings and funerals, expletives and idioms to watch for.

All in all, a great little book. Highly recommended.
You're bound to enjoy it from cover to cover.
Munigrinn
I know these things can happen. When first in Germany, at a "Gasthaus" in Mainz, I ordered Chicken(in English). I was brought ham (schenken, in German). As a new student to German, I FINALLY realized I was arguing in English and she was arguing in German, when she said "Nicht Hahn (chicken).. es ist shenken (ham). So, as a beginning-to-intermediate student of Chinese, I really appreciate this book. It is a premier as to the danger of arrogance.
Munigrinn
I know these things can happen. When first in Germany, at a "Gasthaus" in Mainz, I ordered Chicken(in English). I was brought ham (schenken, in German). As a new student to German, I FINALLY realized I was arguing in English and she was arguing in German, when she said "Nicht Hahn (chicken).. es ist shenken (ham). So, as a beginning-to-intermediate student of Chinese, I really appreciate this book. It is a premier as to the danger of arrogance.
Gabar
Outrageous Chinese is a great title for this book. Growing up Chinese American, I never knew the equivalents to nasty four letter words in the English language. This book clears that up, points out funny faux pas', gives an anatomy lesson, and adds some curious Chinese cultural aspects. Get it as a handy reference!
Gabar
Outrageous Chinese is a great title for this book. Growing up Chinese American, I never knew the equivalents to nasty four letter words in the English language. This book clears that up, points out funny faux pas', gives an anatomy lesson, and adds some curious Chinese cultural aspects. Get it as a handy reference!
Dancing Lion
Mr. Wang is a very naughty boy, but we are indebted to him for letting us "big noses" have a look at the Chinese we very rarely see.
Dancing Lion
Mr. Wang is a very naughty boy, but we are indebted to him for letting us "big noses" have a look at the Chinese we very rarely see.