Marry an American: 6 Slang English Words to Remember
We hope that in quarantine you took the time to pull up English. Edition Peopletalk collected several examples of slang that will help to pass for their own in the United States.
A universal word to show that you are nervous, delighted, or, for example, celebrating something. In general, you want to express emotions, but you can’t find the words - Yeet!
We get used to using cool instead (cool, cool).
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Option Russian "stunned." So they say when someone took you by surprise or greatly surprised you.
Abbreviation for address.
Perhaps the most popular phrase of the year. This is how young people respond to the nagging of the older generation. (“We haven't dressed like that before” - “Okay, boomer”).
A humble, unobtrusive man.
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