English Slang English slangs are also differentiated

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  English Slang  English Slang

  English slangs are also differentiated by region and country. • . “Mate” in the English slangs are also differentiated by region and country. • . “Mate” in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa • “ М an” in the United States and Canada

  English slang extend into many different areas of conversation • “ Amigo” - friend English slang extend into many different areas of conversation • “ Amigo” — friend • “ no problemo” — “no problem” • “ adios” — “goodbye. ”

  A great number of English slang words are related to describing other people. • A great number of English slang words are related to describing other people. • “ hottie” , “hot”, a “babe” or a “fox” — attractive • a “nerd” or a “geek” — overly intelligent

  Slangs in English also include words for your significant other  • “ baby” Slangs in English also include words for your significant other • “ baby” • “ babe” • “ honey” • “ sweetheart. ”

  1) 1) British slang : :  • A) A) Cockney rhyming slang 1) 1) British slang : : • A) A) Cockney rhyming slang B) B) Back slang 2) 2) American slang 3) 3) Australian slang

  British slang : : A) A) Cockney rhyming slang • Loaf of Bread = British slang : : A) A) Cockney rhyming slang • Loaf of Bread = Head • Think! Use your Loaf of Bread • Adam and Eve = Believe • Would you Adam and Eve it? • Britney Spears =Beers Let’s go for a few Britney Spears!

  Back slang  Boy -- yobyob  apple – elppa girl – elrig penny Back slang Boy — yobyob apple – elppa girl – elrig penny – yennep “have you a bit of tobacco? ” “vatch you a tib of occabot? ”

  Australian slang is informal language used in Australia.  • It can never hurt Australian slang is informal language used in Australia. • It can never hurt to say «G’day, How are ya goin'» to an Aussie

  •  Greetings  • Eating and Drinking • People • Geography • Places • Greetings • Eating and Drinking • People • Geography • Places