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Lost In Translation: Misadventures in English Abroad by Charlie Croker

December 26, 2016

litWho hasn’t chuckled at menus abroad?

There is some repetition.

Quotations:

In a Hong Kong dentist’s: teeth extracted by the latest Methodists

please leave your values at the front desk”

“customers will be executed in strict rotation”

please leave your watermelons at the reception desk”.

Little grass is smiling slightly, please walk on the pavement.

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