Che Boludo has 44 ratings and 9 reviews. This is a great book for all types of common slang words and sayings as used by Argentines and interpreted by. If you’ve been working from a textbook, it’s time to throw it out the window. “Che , qué onda?” – ‘Che, how’s it going?’ boludo. A derogatory way to refer to. Buy a cheap copy of Che Boludo! A Gringo’s guide to book by James Bracken. A gringo’s guide to understanding the Argentines. A translation of their unique.
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Che Boludo: a gringos guide to understanding the argentines
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¡Che Boludo! A gringo’s guide to understanding the Argentines by James Bracken
This is a great book for all types of common slang words and sayings as used by Argentines and interpreted by them even if used by other Spanish-speaking countries. Return to Book Page.
I plan on traveling Argentina and want to be the conversationist while I’m there. Published June 1st by Continente first published June Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations.
I grew up in a predominately white community cbe I hardly spoke Spanish. I recommend this book to any student boljdo Spanish who is not easily offended, and who prefers their language instruction in small, humorous doses. Mati rated it liked it Apr 16, Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. This book is absolutely riddled with typos in the English text; not mistakes by an English-language learner but mistakes by a lazy copy editor. Para reirse un buen rato.
It wasn’t until college I took up the language to further entact my heritage. Some of the words used for genitalia or profanities are words that one could accidentally use everyday. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
As someone who lived for a total of twenty-nine months in neighboring Uruguay, and who vacationed in Buenos Aires, I could relate to this book perhaps a little too well.
¡Che Boludo! A gringo’s guide to understanding the Argentines
Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Dai rated it liked it Oct 29, I had no idea that argentinians were so expressive and hilarious. Osanan Anthony rated it it was amazing Apr 11, Refresh and try again. Juan rated it did not like it Cje 14, I look for Slang and common sayings make a culture more alive and often define it’s personality.
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Xtina rated it really liked it Nov 29, Juan Martin rated it it was amazing Jun 29, This book is great for those wanting to travel to Argentina specifically BsAs. Thanks for telling us about the problem. There are also double meanings that may seem bizarre at first. Although Argentines are known for some pretty vulgar slang, the guide warns to use boo language only amidst friends and open-minded family.
I’m 24 and born and raised 4th generation in Texas.
Even still, there is plenty of information about Rioplatense Spanish usage and slang, and some interesting cultural sidenotes. Well written and most common used words in every day life are there.
If someone eats a little bone — comerse un huesito — he is talking about how he slept with a beautiful women. This small booklet is a large stepping stone for my goals. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.