Chicago: English-Language Institute of America. Very Good+. 1971. First Edition. Paperback. 16 pages; Clean and tight in original pictorial wrappers, faint crease at lower corner. An interesting and somewhat nostalgic glossary of "Black" English and slang. For example: "Man, when the eagle flies on Friday, I'm gonna buy some bad new threads and be sho' nuf together at that weekend set." Some of the 1960s/1970s phrases are such standards today, such as main squeeze, in sync, bad mouth, etc. . (Inventory #: 39388)
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