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Fjaka: the sublime state of aspiring to do absolutely nothing.
Warmduscher: a ‘warm showerer’, meaning a bit of a wimp.
Tener mano izquierda: literally ‘to have a left hand’; to be skilfully persuasive.

For all the richness of the English language there are some nuances that other languages capture much better, whether it’s a phrase that beautifully articulates a feeling, a wonderfully understated insult that just hits the spot, or a curious idiom. From the melancholic to the funny to the downright peculiar, From Amourette to Zal takes us on a fascinating journey around Europe in twelve languages, celebrating our cultural similarities and differences along the way.

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
2018
September 3
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
192
Pages
PUBLISHER
The History Press
SIZE
4
MB

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