American English Slang

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  • Common American Spoken Slang – ESL Lesson 20 – Vibe

    Common American Spoken Slang – ESL Lesson 20 – Vibe

    Common American Spoken Slang – ESL Lesson 20 – Vibe Another great slang lesson here!  This is the type of common modern slang that native speakers who are in the age group of my grandparents don’t even know. Vibe – A “feeling” or the “mood” of a person or place A “vibe” is basically the […]

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  • Spoken American English Slang – Lesson 19 – Ways to use Chill

    Spoken American English Slang – Lesson 19 – Ways to use Chill This is a great lesson for super awesome slang English.  ”Chill” is a word that American and Canadian native speakers use all the time, and it’s super important to know and understand these different and very common uses.  Here we go… Chill – […]

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  • ESL Slang Lesson 18 – Free Agent

    ESL Slang Lesson 18 – Free Agent

    ESL Slang Lesson 18 – Free Agent Join our awesome community to learn MUCH better and faster.  (And have much more fun This lesson is about 2 common slang way to use the term “free agent” in American spoken English. In the video I explain both the literal meaning of the phrase, and also a more “fun” […]

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  • Slang  English Words for spoken English – Lesson 17 – Kick Ass

    Slang English Words for spoken English – Lesson 17 – Kick Ass

    Slang English Words for spoken English – Lesson 17 – Kick Ass Kick Someone’s Ass – To Win a Physical Fight If you “kick someone’s ass” in a fight, it means you won the fight easily.  It could be a street fight, a bar fight, or a fight like in the UFC.  It could also […]

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  • Slang words to help you become fluent in English – Lesson 16 – Gut

    Slang words to help you become fluent in English – Lesson 16 – Gut

    Slang words to help you become fluent in English – Lesson 16 – Gut This lesson is filled with examples and uses of how American native English speakers use the word “gut” in different contexts. Visit this website every single day to get all our daily videos and written lessons on learning American Slang.  Make sure to “like” our Facebook page to […]

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  • Common American English Slang – Lesson 15 – Going to Sleep

    Common American English Slang – Lesson 15 – Going to Sleep

    Common American English Slang – Lesson 15 – Going to Sleep This lesson is a simple but really useful one on learning how to talk about needing some sleep.  Common things often have many different ways to describe them.  Sleep is one of these common things.  Many of these phrases are very similar in meaning, […]

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  • American Slang – Spoken English lesson 14 – Lot’s of Sex

    American Slang – Spoken English lesson 14 – Lot’s of Sex

    American Slang – Spoken English lesson 14 – Lot’s of Sex! This is a funny and fantastic American slang lesson.  Remember to check out this page regularly to get all our videos on learning American Slang.  Also make sure to “like” our Facebook page to get all of our free daily video lessons on Youtube Easy This is a […]

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  • American English Slang – Lesson 13 – Being Open

    American English Slang – Lesson 13 – Being Open

    American English Slang – Lesson 13 – Being Open This lesson is on how American and all native English speakers use, and don’t use, the word “open” in terms of describing people.  A lot of ESL students misuse this important word, and I’d like to take the opportunity to clear it up so you know […]

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  • Learn Slang words and phrases in English – Lesson 12

    Learn Slang words and phrases in English – Lesson 12

    Learn Slang Words and Phrases in English – Lesson 12 Before I get into this lesson, here is a page you should bookmark for learning American English. This lesson is about several short slang phrases that have to deal with the word “suck” and the phrase, “suck up”.  I’ve squeezed some other related words in […]

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  • Great Descriptive American Slang Term – 11 Tone Deaf

    Great Descriptive American Slang Term – 11 Tone Deaf

    Learn American Slang for describing people – 11 – Tone Deaf The beauty of lessons like these and many others is that it really touches on the richness of the English language, and how to use words and phrases in a variety of common uses.  Often the uses are quite different from each other.  Understanding […]

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