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Newfoundland Slanguage

Mike Ellis

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Learn how to talk like a bona fide Newfoundland native.A fun pronunciation guide to nearly 300 words and phrases heard only in Newfoundland and Labrador. So don’t be a jinker (someone who brings bad luck) or a scut (a dirty, mean person)—learn to talk just like a Newfoundland native.

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