American Slang Audio Book

Street Talk-1: How to Speak and Understand American Slang + Audio Cassette  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at March 30, 2011
Street Talk-1: How to Speak and Understand American Slang + Audio Cassette

Street Talk-1: How to Speak and Understand American Slang + Audio Cassette
Publisher: Optima Books | 1992 | ISBN-10: 1879440008/1879440059 | ISBN-13: 978 1879440005/1879440050 | English | PDF+MP3 | 269 pages | 62.02 Mb

Street Talk 1 contains more than 1,150 commonly used American slang terms and expressions…the words and phrases heard everyday that don't always make sense. If you are confused by American English and would like to speak and understand like a native, you need to read this book!

Steve Coll - The Bin Ladens: An Arabian Family in the American Century [Audio book]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by larmsiphu at Feb. 2, 2010
Steve Coll - The Bin Ladens: An Arabian Family in the American Century [Audio book]

Steve Coll - The Bin Ladens: An Arabian Family in the American Century
Publisher: Penguin Audio | ISBN: 0143143239 | Publish Year: 2008 | MP3 @ 96Kbps | 446 MB

The bin Ladens are famous for spawning the world's foremost terrorist and building one of the Middle East's foremost corporate dynasties. Pulitzer Prize–winner Coll (Ghost Wars) delivers a sprawling history of the multifaceted clan, paying special attention to its two most emblematic members. Patriarch Mohamed's eldest son, Salem, was a caricature of the self-indulgent plutocrat: a flamboyant jet-setter dependent on the Saudi monarchy, obsessed with all things motorized (he died crashing his plane after a day's joy-riding atop motorcycle and dune-buggy) and forever tormenting his entourage with off-key karaoke. Coll presents quite a contrast with an unusually nuanced profile of Salem's half-brother Osama, a shy, austere, devout man who nonetheless shares Salem's egomania. Other bin Ladens crowd Coll's narrative with the eye-glazing details of their murky business deals, messy divorces and ill-advised perfume lines and pop CDs. Beneath the clutter one discerns an engrossing portrait of a family torn between tradition and modernity, conformism and self-actualization, and desperately in search of its soul.

Dictionary of American Slang, 4 edition (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at Oct. 11, 2017
Dictionary of American Slang, 4 edition (repost)

Dictionary of American Slang, 4 edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer and Robert L. Chapman
English | 2008 | ISBN-10: 006117646X, 006117663X | EPUB | 538 pages | 3 MB

Dictionary of American Slang, 4 edition (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at July 20, 2014
Dictionary of American Slang, 4 edition (repost)

Dictionary of American Slang, 4 edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer and Robert L. Chapman
English | 2008 | ISBN-10: 006117646X, 006117663X | EPUB | 538 pages | 3 MB

We all know language changes rapidly, but to follow along requires an historical view. Chapman's Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition, provides just what is needed to trace the language of today back to its American roots.
The Slangman Guide to Street Speak 3: The Complete Course in American Slang & Idioms (Repost)

David Burke, "The Slangman Guide to Street Speak 3: The Complete Course in American Slang & Idioms"
2002 | ISBN: 1891888226 | 240 pages, Audio CD | PDF, MP3 | 38 MB

Street Talk-1: How to Speak and Understand American Slang (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by libr at Dec. 12, 2012
Street Talk-1: How to Speak and Understand American Slang (repost)

Street Talk-1: How to Speak and Understand American Slang
1992 | ISBN-10: 1879440008| ISBN-13: 978 1879440005| English | PDF | 269 pages | 16 Mb

Street Talk 1 contains more than 1,150 commonly used American slang terms and expressions…the words and phrases heard everyday that don't always make sense. If you are confused by American English and would like to speak and understand like a native, you need to read this book!

Dictionary of American Slang, 4 edition (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by nebulae at Dec. 9, 2012
Dictionary of American Slang, 4 edition (Repost)

Barbara Ann Kipfer, Robert L. Chapman, "Dictionary of American Slang, 4 edition"
English | 2008 | ISBN-10: 006117646X, 006117663X | EPUB | 538 pages | 3 MB

Dictionary of American Slang, 4 edition (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at July 2, 2012
Dictionary of American Slang, 4 edition (Repost)

Barbara Ann Kipfer, Robert L. Chapman, "Dictionary of American Slang, 4 edition"
2008 | ISBN-10: 006117646X, 006117663X | EPUB | 538 pages | 3,3 MB
The Slangman Guide to Street Speak 1: The Complete Course in American Slang & Idioms

David Burke, "The Slangman Guide to Street Speak 1: The Complete Course in American Slang & Idioms"
Slangman Publishing | 2000 | ISBN: 1891888080 | 160 pages, 2 Audio CD | PDF, mp3 | 119 MB

NTC's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions By Richard A. Spears  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Alexpal at June 29, 2010
NTC's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions By Richard A. Spears

NTC's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions By Richard A. Spears
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 2000 | 576 Pages | ISBN: 0844204625 | PDF | 4 Mb

This compact and well-formatted book features "more than 8500 contemporary slang and informal expressions." With 800 more entries than the previous edition, this third edition includes street slang, popular culture terms, and the telegraphic language peculiar to the Internet. Arranged alphabetically, entries include usage information, slang type or source, and additional information about whether the term is, e.g., objectionable, derogatory, or standard English. The entries for some "difficult or unpredictable" words may include pronunciation information. The alphabetic arrangement is augmented by a phrase-finder index and Go to/See also references. If you don't know the meaning of expressions such as "Baldwin" (a good-looking male), "Vietnik" (someone who opposed the Vietnam War), or "face time" (time spent face to face with someone), this book will explain. Some obvious terms such as "nervous Nellie" (any nervous person), "naw" (no), "what the heck" (it doesn't matter), and "square" (old-fashioned) seem out of place.