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Speaking Phrases Boricua: A Collection of Wisdom and Sayings From Puerto Rico

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This follow-up to the Puerto Rican bestseller, Speaking Boricua, collects the unique Puerto Rican sayings that are passed down from generation to generation. Whether you are looking to share your life's wisdom with Island friends, trying to get a chuckle from colleagues or just want to better understand Puerto Ricans, Speaking Phrases Boricua offers both English and
Paperback, 232 pages
Published January 28th 2006 by Publicaciones Puertorriquenas, Editores (first published 2006)
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