THE STRANGEST (AND FUNNIEST) TRAVEL GUIDE YOUaLL EVER READ The celebrated authors of the perennial bestseller The 776 Stupidest Things Ever Said set the typical travel guide squarely on its headataking you from the airport to the hotel, from sightseeing to dining outaby using 100 percent real examples of fractured English as spoken and posted abroad: ac Feel like shopping? We have no good things to sell. ashop sign, Lovina Beach, Bali ac Feeling sick? Are you haunted by the horribles? Do you run after your own nose? aJapanese medical form ac Wondering what to wear? A sports jacket may be worn to dinner, but no trousers. ain a French hotel brochure ac Wondering where to eat? Grill and Roast your clients! Open for lunch, dinner and Sunday Brunch. aslogan of the Hibiscus restaurant in the Jakarta Hilton International But donat take our word for it, come see for yourself. And if thatas too much to ask, remember the sage advice from the staff of a Taipei hotel: aIf there is anything we can do to assist and help you, please do not contact us.aice of shape Half-circled and flat so that ice dropout from ice- maker directly that while ice-making and taking out ice without applying ... Slices, Tine cuts, Strips, etc., made speedily and with no wastes. instructions on kitchen aid that makes potato curls, Japan ... Not to be used for the other use from Japanese food- processor instruction manual And recipes included with some of these appliances may be.
|Title||:||Here Speeching American|
|Author||:||Kathryn Petras, Ross Petras|
|Publisher||:||Villard - 2004-10-05|