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Do you know how many new English words are created every day? In the modern world, approximately 14.7 new words are generated per day. As the social media savvy, you must have acquired some new trending words. Let’s explore these slang words together and present the trendy side of you! Join our #TrendingWords event and introduce at least one word to us. Context explanation in the form of pics is highly recommended to stimulate other language learners to catch up with the trending culture. Everybody who enters has a chance of winning $10 in italki credits.
2022年9月8日 09:36
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Perhaps the trendiest phenomenon this autumn is 'quiet quitting' ✍️, which means doing only what your job demands and nothing more. At least, this phrase is often heard these days from those who are tired of doing extra work for no pay. # TrendingWords
2022年9月13日 14:06
FOMO. Fear of missing out. Nuts . Crazy FAM. Closest friends Yaass – An enthusiastic way of saying “Yes.” Bruh – Same as “Bro.” Suh or Sup – A shortened version of “What’s up?” Salty – The way someone acts when they’re upset, mad or irritated. TBH – Acronym for “To be honest.” Kiki – To celebrate or share gossip. Basic – Something or someone mainstream, popular and trendy. Swole – Used to describe someone who is physically fit, muscular or works out. IRL – Acronym for “In real life.” Ghost – When a guy or girl is talking or hanging out and one of them suddenly cuts off all communication they’ve gone “ghost.” Humble Brag – When someone complains about their life while subtly bragging.
2022年9月16日 06:06
Now it's popular among teenagers in Russia to add English slang to their speech. They do it in the Russian manner and pronunciation. Therefore, it is impossible for "boomers" at the age of 30 + to understand what ROFL (in Russian. rofl) or hype (hype) is. 😂 As for me, I often use the word Copypasta ⌨️
2022年9月12日 06:17
Here is the longest word in English - Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis - The disease silicosis. If you want to go a bit further and explore: Silicosis is a form of occupational lung disease caused by inhalation of crystalline silica dust. It is marked by inflammation and scarring in the form of nodular lesions in the upper lobes of the lungs. It is a type of pneumoconiosis. Cool, huh?! :)
2022年9月12日 13:14
Hi guys, I'm looking some for language exchange I want to learn English I can teach persian( farsi ) .if anyone interested contact me. Thanks
2022年9月10日 08:14
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