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Teen Slang [infographic] - Youth Ministry Media Do you know teen slang? What about GOAT? It’s LIT? I hope you know those basic teen slang, if not check out this infographic to help you stay on top of teen slang. English Writing, English Grammar, Teaching English, English Language, Slang English, English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words, Learn Spanish, English Tips

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These days it's as if teens have their own language. By learning more about what they're actually saying, we allow ourselves to not only build a stronger bond with them, but also know if they're in potential danger.

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"Fat cat" is a person who has great wealth and power. Example: The best seats in the theater were reserved for the fat cats. Slang English, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Writing, English Words, English Lessons, English Grammar, Slang Phrases, Idioms And Phrases
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"Fat cat" is a person who has great wealth and power. Example: The best seats in the theater were reserved for the fat cats.

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"Wishy washy" means indecisive or not reliable. Example: Rosie was always wishy…

 Example: Eric is my homey - I've known him for over twenty years. Slang English, English Vinglish, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Study, English Words, English Lessons, English Vocabulary, English Grammar
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"Homey" is a good friend. Example: Eric is my homey - I've known him for over twenty years.

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“Cheesy” means something cheap-looking and in poor taste. Example: I can’t believe Carol bought that couch just because it was on sale. Get our apps for learning English:. Slang English, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Writing, English Study, English Lessons, English Grammar, English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words

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“Cheesy” means something cheap-looking and in poor taste. Example: I can’t believe Carol bought that couch just because it was on sale. It looks so cheesy. Get our apps for learning English:...

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 Example: Mrs Walker’s pie was absolutely scrummy. I had three pieces.

"Scrummy" means very delicious. Example: Mrs Walker’s pie was absolutely scrummy. I had three pieces.

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Idiom: Bite the dust - to die, quit, or fail - Perhaps the origin is Psalms 72 (KJV), "lick the dust," meaning to die. "Bite the dust" is in a translation of the Iliad. English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words, Grammar And Vocabulary, English Lessons, Slang English, English Phrases, The Words, Idioms And Proverbs, Film D'action
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They got their wires crossed. Meaning: they misunderstood each other. #idiom #english