The Cockney language is a rhyming slang, still used my many Londoners today.
If you are visiting London, not only will you understand the Cockney language, you won’t get yourself in a “right two and eight” (state) trying to decipher it.
Inside the book I have also included some excellent money saving tips, for hotels, attractions and many more things to do while you visit London.
As well as the most concise Cockney phrase book layout available.
In Britain Cockney rhyming slang became popular once again in the 1970s resulting, in its use in various London television programmes such as Steptoe and Son, Mind Your Language, The Sweeney, Minder, Citizen Smith, Only Fools and Horses, and is still used today in EastEnders.
This is the quickest and laziest way to Learn Cockney slang.
Because you have a Kindle or Kindle app in the palm of your hand, you don’t even need to learn how to pronounce Cockney slang!
Simply, point your Kindle device or app to the person you are trying to communicate with and they will be able to understand you.
Everyone takes a kindle on holiday and when you holiday in London or are visiting the Olympics make sure you take yours and the Lazy Cockney Phrase Book.