DO YOU KNOW ENGLISH SLANG?

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DO YOU KNOW ENGLISH SLANG?

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Here are 10 popular English slang words and phrases to use daily.

  • Are you kidding me?
  • Chill
  • Whatsup?
  • Screw up
  • Hangry
  • Dodgy
  • Cheeky
  • Gonna
  • Fancy
  • Easy-Peasy Lemon-Sqeezy


Watch this short video to listen to the quick lesson with example sentences: [youtube]https://youtu.be/DzGxvPyt9Qg[/youtube] 8-)

Which English slang word did you like the most?
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I get hangry if I don't eat breakfast soon after I wake up in the morning.

I often fancy popcorn when I watch movies at home. :lol:


Super slang works. Thanks for the video lesson.
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VikkiW wrote: Thu Jun 16, 2022 4:27 pm I get hangry if I don't eat breakfast soon after I wake up in the morning.

I often fancy popcorn when I watch movies at home. :lol:


Super slang words. Thanks for the video lesson.
I'm glad that you enjoyed them Vikki.
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Here are a few of my favorite slang words:

- binge-watching
- to have too much on your plate
- hit the road
- go Dutch
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Some great additions by WorldReporter. Here are some sample sentences for those slangs:

When I get started on Netflix I sometimes can't help binge-watching through the whole night.

Sorry. I can't help you until next week. I've got far too much on my plate at the moment.

We have to be at the airport in an hour. We'd better hit the road right away.

Don't worry. You won't have to pay for all of us at the restaurant. We always go Dutch.
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Chrome wrote: Mon Dec 05, 2022 2:19 pm Some great additions by WorldReporter. Here are some sample sentences for those slangs:

When I get started on Netflix I sometimes can't help binge-watching through the whole night.

Sorry. I can't help you until next week. I've got far too much on my plate at the moment.

We have to be at the airport in an hour. We'd better hit the road right away.

Don't worry. You won't have to pay for all of us at the restaurant. We always go Dutch.
Thanks @WordReporter for those great suggestions.

Thank you @Chrome, you beat me to the punch (did it first before me) and posted examples of those new slang terms.
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