I found this definition of slang online: a type of language that consists of words and phrases that are regarded as very informal, are more common in speech than in writing, and are typically restricted to a particular context or group of people.
I have some arguments for this definition and some things to add! I don’t think slang is very formal. Yes, you wouldn’t use it around teachers or family, but other than that, I don’t think slang is a very informal thing to use. I would like to add that slang is mostly used by teenagers and young adults around the world.
Some popular slang used: Bro – short for brother, usually used when talking to a friend. Homie – means friend. Later – this is less popular, but it’s used as a way to say goodbye; short for “I’ll talk to you later”. Fire – means someone/something looks great, usually used to show interest. Gucci – although this isn’t used very often, it means good or cool. Slay – means killed it, or you did a good job, but in my experience, it is usually used sarcastically. Cap – a lie, usually used when someone is trying to brag. Extra – used when you might think someone is doing too much or is too dressed up. Ghosted – used when someone stops talking to you for months without warning. Caught in 4k – used when someone is caught in a lie or doing something embarrassing.
Although abbreviations are not technically slang, they are used among the same age group in electronic conversations to shorten typing time.
Lol – laughing out loud Ttyl – talk to you later Wyd – what are you doing Wym – what do you mean Hru – how are you K – okay Ily – I love you Ilym – I love you more Ilyt – I love you too Nvm – never mind Ofc – of course Ikr – I know right
Urban Dictionary: Urban dictionary is a website where people can post their definitions of certain words. Slang is often posted here. Editor’s Note: displays x-rated definitions.
Emojis: Now moving into our emoji segment, people sometimes use emojis as a way to show emotion in a picture while texting; here is what some of them mean.
Thank you for reading my blog post about slang, now you know how to use the following: -Abbreviations -Emojis -Slang
Here is a last bit of information. Do you know the word mald?
It means: Extremely angry, especially as a result of losing a video game. So bald, so mald.
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Miss Frog is a vegetarian, artist, reader, writer, and believer in the power of crystals.
Miss Frog colored the Elmer the Elephant PDF on her iPad as an example. She used the PDF and she filled in the spaces with a variety of colors and textures. She has many talents and is an artist.
The Story of Ferdinand (1936) by Munro Leaf and Robert Lawson is about a pacifist bull. He prefers to smell flowers. Miss Frog helped Miss Owl enjoy this book.
Hi! Ms Frog here, and I’m here to tell you why I chose to be vegetarian! First off I really care for animals truly, I think they are beautiful creatures and deserve to be treated as such. (Warning! This is all my opinion and if you chose to eat meat I don’t disagree at all!, that is your belief.)
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Elmer’s Christmas by David McKee is a sweet story in the Elmer elephant book series. While the adults work on festive preparations, Elmer takes the young ones up the mountain. Seeing their first snow, they have a fun time. They find a tree they can “easily return.” Good idea! In this story, the baby elephants want to give people gifts, too, not just receive presents. And Elmer, a star among the elephants, helps the young ones meet Papa Red. Miss Frog is a star who helps Miss Owl read and create art.