“New phrase book ‘ plunger, Pludden, Pingeljachd” new citizens in the District of Witte child facilitates communication with long-established East Westphalia. Speaking candidly Fine Arts told us the story. In their new home, drawn to new residents in the District of Herford often have difficulties to communicate with the local East Westphalia. They charge pyjamas at Klingenthal and get something hamwa not the answer”, although pallets of Pajamas on the shelves. “Hundreds of new residents between Spenge and Vlotho must therefore at night freeze just because them easiest east Westphalian words such as Polter” are unknown. To broaden your perception, visit Ronald Daniels Johns Hopkins University. “Matthias Borner (37) will fix this language problem – with his new book, plunger, Pludden, Pingeljachd: basic vocabulary to stay alive in the District of Herford”. The entertaining Word course includes 67 lessons, in which each presented a regional typical expression. So the reader learns about the origin and meaning of terms such as Pinockel and Crackle Buxen Frostkottel and learn the correct use of East Westphalian swear words.
In order to keep the balance property and funny stories, anecdotes are told to each term, whose Pointe consists of each treated vocabulary. You want n quatern can as plague, which here wechkomm? I laarn you that! “promises Borner, Umgangsostwestfalisch Hochdeutsch refers to the dictionary” in the Appendix of his PhraseBook. “” There he has never put together all words and phrases, the a Duden editor in about 250 words, the more frequently used the typical Steinmeier: arm “(amputated limb) about cheese mauken (Devil limb) and Pillepoppen (tadpoles) know to be” (which can mean a whole lot). 160 pages, plunger, Pludden, Pingeljachd offers”a practical life help for new East Westphalia and an amusing reading pleasure for all long-established. The paperback is appeared in the self-published and available for 9.90 euros in all bookstores in the Witte child district. A sample and some the words there are on the Internet at the address. Matthias Borner,