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10 American Slang Words You Need to Know

2018-4-30 11:01| 发布者: 李美美老师| 查看: 17| 评论: 0 |原作者: May

简介:For many international students, moving to the United States can be daunting. Not only are they exposed to a myriad of unfamiliar customs, they are also bombarded with a myriad of unfamiliar American ...

For many international students, moving to the United States can be daunting. Not only are they exposed to a myriad of unfamiliar customs, they are also bombarded with a myriad of unfamiliar American slang words. Because these words are often not included in a formal English education, it can be grueling for international students to grow accustomed to their widespread, and arguably excessive, use. Heres a run down on some of the most common slang. It will help you understand your friends better, it will help you fit in and of course it will help you avoid any more embarrassing situations.

1. Cool (adj)

Cool (adj) means greator fantastic. It also shows that youre okay with an idea.

Okay, cool! I'll be there at 7:00(okay with an idea)

He passed the exam, Cool!(means great!)

2. To be beat (adj)

To be beat (adj) If you hear a friend saying Im beat, it means he or she is very tired or exhausted.   

Will you attend the football match with Tiger School?

Sorry, I cant. Im beat. I did not sleep last night

3. Awesome (adj)

Awesome (adj) like Cool, it means excellent, greator remarkable. It can be used in a sentence or it could be used in a one word reply.

That was awesome!

Awesome, dude!

4. To hang out (verb)

To hang out (verb) means to spend time doing nothing in particular.

After this is over, do you want to go hang out?

He hung out with his friends all day yesterday.

5. To Chill Out (verb)

To Chill Out (verb) simply means to relax. Usually it can be used with or without the word out. It also means to calm down.

Since I'm between projects, I think I'll just chill out.

I wish I could chill out about the neighbor's barking dog, but it wakes me up every night.

6. Babe (noun)

Babe (noun) means an attractive person, especially a young woman. If you refer to someone as a babe, it means that you think theyre hot and attractive.

She's a real babe!

Agreed!

7. To have a crush (on somebody) (verb)

To have a crush (on somebody) (verb) means being attracted to somebody and would like them to be more than just a friend.

“…The most common sign of having a crush is the feeling that you have a million butterflies flying around inside you when that special someone is around…”

8. To dump somebody (verb)

To dump somebody (verb) means to stop having a romantic relationship with someone.

Didnt you hear? David  dumped Sophia last night

Wow, Im surprised. They always looked so happy together!

9. Epic Fail (noun)

Epic Fail (noun) means a total failureor a big disaster

ManU lost 6-1, can you believe it?

Yeah, epic fail!

10. Dunno (verb)

Dunno simply means I dont know.

"Where'd he go?"

"Dunno."

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