File:English as She is Spoke.djvu

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English: English As She Is Spoke is the common name of a 19th century book credited to José da Fonseca and Pedro Carolino, which was intended as a Portuguese-English conversational guide or phrase book, but is regarded as a classic source of unintentional humour.
Português: English As She Is Spoke é o título de um guia de conversação português-inglês publicado em 1855 por Pedro Carolino e José da Fonseca, que devido aos seus erros é considerado um dos grandes clássicos do humor não-intencional.
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Author José da Fonseca, Pedro Carolino, James Millington
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