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Old 24.08.2011, 18:51
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American vs British Slang

My dear EFer´s,

After yesterday´s friendly football game, we (few EF folks) went to grab some drink. As we had a discussion about some random topics, this slang topic bumped out and I thought it´s better to share with every one on the forum. As we all are from different corner of the world; Perhaps, I can get to know some more slangs which is not mentioned in this video.


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Re: American vs British Slang

Take a look/have a gander at this-

http://funeasyenglish.com/american-english-slang.htm
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