|LC Classifications||PE3237 .S3 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||51 p. :|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||78325287|
Peel Sandilands, John (editor). Western Canadian dictionary and phrase-book: Things a newcomer wants to eg: The Editor, Physical description:  p.; 17 cm. Language: English Cover title: "Western Canadian dictionary and phrase-book explaining in plain English, for the special benefit of newcomers, the meaning of the most common Canadianisms, colloquialisms, and slang. Canadian French for Better Travel (Ulysses Phrasebooks) (French and English Edition) not a bad little dictionary/phrasebook for general purposes - the pronunciation guide was valuable. The Quebecois word or phrase is highlighted with the standard French and English translation following. There is also some useful commentary/5(3). This second edition of the Canadian Oxford Dictionary continues to define the authoritative standard for Canadian dictionaries. This popular dictionary's , words, senses and definitions combine in one reference book information on English as it is used worldwide and as it is used particularly in Canada/5(77). The Western Canadian Dictionary and Phrase-Book (WCD) was written in as a guide for British immigrants who were encountering a variety of English that was “more resistant to British linguistic norms than the conservative Anglophone heartland of Ontario” (Considine ). Though the dictionary has been researched in terms of its lexicographical value, relatively little research.
27 Canadian Slang Words You Need to Know While Canada may have two official languages, the country boasts a third, rather unofficial, language: Canadian slang. With an influx of tourists (looking at you, Canadian dollar) and new residents (looking at you, America and your somewhat bonkers presidential race), you’ll need a cheat sheet for day Author: Culture Trip. A Western Canadian Dictionary and Phrasebook Picturesque Language of the Cowboy and the Broncho-Buster. By John Sandilands. This amusing little dictionary, originally printed in Winnipeg in , serves up the slang spoken in the West at the beginning of the century. Book details Publication date: January Features: facsimile of the. Western Slang, Lingo, and Phrases – A Writer’s Guide to the Old West. According to Hoyle – Correct, by the book. “Hoyle” is a dictionary of rules for card playing games. Acknowledge the Corn – To admit the truth, to confess a lie, or acknowledge an obvious personal shortcoming. Here's another great Canadian phrase for you, the Molson muscle. It's what Canadians call a beer belly. This is what we Canadians call our Backpack or Rucksack. To Canadian's it is a knapsack. All through my school years I would pack my knapsack with my schoolbooks. When I first started traveling 10 years ago, I said to myself, “ Well, I.
Valerie wrote: "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West is a "Western?"" I consider the term "Western" to mean fiction -- although the list maker didn't specify such. That certainly doesn't apply to Dee Brown's book. Westerns are devoted to telling stories set primarily in the latter half of the 19th century in the American Old West, but there are also a number of works about Western-type characters in contemporary settings. Westerns often stress the harshness of the wilderness and frequently set . List of Canadian English dictionaries. Canadian Oxford Dictionary ISBN ; Collins Canadian Dictionary ISBN ; A Dictionary of Canadianisms on Historical Principles ISBN ; Gage Canadian Dictionary ISBN ; Houghton Mifflin Canadian Dictionary ISBN ; ITP Nelson Canadian Dictionary ISBN ; Penguin Canadian Dictionary ISBN The Best in the West Cowboy Cards, Stationery, Books and Book Reviews. The program and the book prove that western stories still have a wide public appeal. In , Robert Stead's novel Dennison Grant set the tone for many Canadian Western novels. His books were some of the first to paint a true picture of Alberta's cowboy life.