sorted, a trendy word that is often used in advertising;
innit, a very common word that you can use in informal conversations; and
dab, which is most often used by children and usually includes a bit of a dance. You won’t learn this slang vocabulary in grammar books, so watch this video.
7. JAMES: “There’re going to be free drinks at the wedding.”
BENJAMIN: “_DAB_.” – why I can’t say like that?
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Thanks Jade!!Nice to see you again on EngVid!!
Why don´t you come here more often???You used to upload more videos when I started lerning English at EngVid…
Still alive, Jade?
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Hi Jade! Welcome back! Thanks for this new lesson, it’s great to see you again at Engvid.
Thanks Jade! Welcome back! It’s good to see you! It was an very interesting information!
I’m not sorted enough to go on.
I think It is 24/7 service, innit? (but spelling is red underlined).
Dab! I just got it.
How’s the above Examples? I’m just trying with the taught words.
Jade,i saw your proud eyes.sorted.
Thank you, Jade!!
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Thank you ! :)
actually i scored 5 correctly answered out of 10 it makes me feel too shy but at least i knew the right ones this’s how u can get improved by figuring out which mistakes you’ve done .. by make it done u can say sorted :D
She mumbled something I didn’t catch. Terrible training.
Thank you—we are always looking for feedback on how to do better!
Strange and weird words for a foreign student like me, I remember that I had seen “innit” sometimes but the other two words “dab” and “sorted” I hadn’t seen them before, or maybe once or twice as much as I believe. Local slang of London are them, then could it be used in another part of Great Britain? If it were possible, we could use them but rarely terms to speak although it’s a good thing to know them. We know them now, it will be a question of the chance to find them again, or whether we have the choice to use them. Thanks a lot, teacher Jade, it has been a curious lesson of slang but interesting as always.
Thank you Jade! :)
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i am new here , thank you for your video
Thanks for the videos. These help me a lot. Please keep it up. :P
Thank you Jade!
I could not understand the meaning of words.
Thankyu jade, its a cute dab style. Wkwkwk
that was the worst score I ever got!
Thank you so much for these great lessons
I dont understand nothing
If only somebody had a film that used these slangs
It’s also necessary to know the idiomatic expressions not to get lost when we travel to an English spoken country (more specifically London in this case).
We shouldn’t be so naive to think that everybody speaks like we learn in books, following all the grammar rules. The language is alive and changes all the time. We ought to accompany it.
It was a great lesson. Innit?
I got 6/10! The slang lessons are not easy for me!!
thank you very much
What do upper class, working class, middle class mean?
Thanks Ms. Jade!
I got 07/10.
thank a lot,Jade,hugs (Kazakhstan 27 Nov2021:)