The Pirate Primer: Mastering the Language of Swashbucklers and Rogues
The Pirate Primer by Choundas, George
The real treasure is inside, however, where the pages also look old, torn and yellowed. And there's no wasted space at all.
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It's packed. It's got so much in it, I think you could really learn to convincingly speak like an actual 17th century pirate, like learning any other foreign language.
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It's got so much in it, I think you could really learn to convincingly speak like an actual 17th century pirate, like learning any other foreign language. Personally, I'll settle for knowing a few hundred curses, threats and insults.
It's a Pirate's Life for Me! 5 Lists to Help You Talk, Sail, Eat and Sing Like a Pirate!
A comprehensive course in pirate vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and syntax, The Pirate Primer contains three centuries of distinctive terms and usages uttered by and attributed to pirates in film, TV, literature, and history. Discover more than pages of threats, curses, oaths, insults, and epithets; 31 types of pirate drink; 60 different pirate terms for "woman"; 67 kinds of pirate torture and punishment; 44 distinct definitions of "aargh"; and more.
Each entry in the Primer is accompanied by an excerpt, so you can see the words and phrases used in proper context by actual pirates.
And each linguistic concept is introduced by a related anecdote or narrative account, so you can live the language while you learn it.