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The Little Book of Irishisms: Know the Irish through our Words

The Little Book of Irishisms: Know the Irish through our Words

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If an Irish person said to you, "Gimmie that yoke," would you think they were talking about an egg? If so, 99% of the time, you'd be wrong. How about banjaxed, bockety or craic? Any clue what they mean?

The Little Book of Irishisms is for anyone who wants to understand the Irish, not just our words but how we are as people. It's also for those who'd like to sound Irish, even just for Paddy's Day.

You'll learn tricks to Irishify your chat and how to avoid those clangers that people think we say but never do, like the classic, "Top of the morning to you."

If you're coming to Ireland and want to fit right in, this book's for you. If you can't make it, here's a way of visiting in spirit.

"Go on, go on, go on. You will, you will, you will," to quote the infamous Irish comedy, Father Ted.

The Little Book of Irishisms is the perfect novelty gift for St. Patrick's Day, as a Christmas stocking filler, or at any time to someone who appreciates what it means to be Irish.

Author: Aimee Alexander
Publisher: Deegan Communications
Published: 03/02/2021
Pages: 170
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.25lbs
Size: 6.00h x 4.00w x 0.39d
ISBN: 9781914437007

About the Author
Alexander, Aimee: - Aimee Alexander is the pen name of award-winning, best-selling Irish novelist and screenwriter, Denise Deegan. As Denise Deegan, she writes for teenagers; as Aimee Alexander, adults. Her historical novel of the Easter Rising 1916 won the international SCBWI Spark Award. Dublin is home where she lives with her family, dreaming of sunshine, a life without cooking and her novels being made into movies. She has a Masters in Public Relations and has been a nurse, china restorer, pharmaceutical sales rep, public relations executive, college lecturer and entrepreneur. Her toughest job was checkout girl but that did inspire a short story.

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