Learn English Slang
Learn some of the English slang expressions below. If you can use them at the right time, your English will sound much more natural.
1. to be beat - to feel very tired
"I'm beat! Let's take a rest."
2. awesome - something that is very good
"That was awesome! We should do it again!"
3. bent out of shape - to get angry
"Don't get so bent out of shape – it wasn't so bad."
4. to have a big mouth - to talk too much
"Don't listen to him, he just has a big mouth."
5. a bomb - something that is very bad
"The movie was a bomb. Why did we waste our money on it?"
6. the bomb - something really good
"The movie was the bomb. We should go see it again!"
7. to go bananas - to go crazy
"Be quiet! I'm going bananas from all the noise!"
8. bread - money
"You need more bread if you want to buy such a nice car."
9. dough - money
"You need more dough if you want to buy such a nice car."
10. a break - a lucky chance
"Meeting you here today was a lucky break!"
11. to be a chicken or to be chicken - to feel afraid
"Come on! Climb up the ladder. Don't be a chicken!"
12. to be cool - to be good, not a problem
"My job is difficult but my coworkers are cool, so I don't mind."
13. to be cushy - to be very easy
"Bob's job is really cushy – it's much easier than ours."
14. dynamite - very exciting
"Look at that long-legged girl in the bikini – she's really dynamite!"
15. a flick - a movie, a film
"Hey, let's go see a flick."