Which means: very funny and cool, out of control (in a good way) – I was so plastered last night. I`m embarrassed to show my face now. (Don`t worry, just because I skipped the rice!) (No? © The mojitos Brandy made were too much!) Warning: British English has a very different definition of American English for these words. Girlfriend: Look, the one over there in the bar that is clean as if it were famous. Doesn`t that remind you of anything? This exclamation is not as religious as it sounds, and we often use it© in American English. In fact, conservative and religious types probably find them unpleasant (not to mention breaking the fourth commandment!) and replace them with Oh my God. The Internet is unforgiving, and there is a meme version of this phrase like ermahgerd. «Hang on, I`ll be with you in a moment. (Oh my God, it was the worst date I`ve ever had. Richard was, how, pretty stupid!) Important note: Tell me about this (anem me faleâ) © is the sarcastic alternative to I hear you.

It would be like not telling me about it because I already know it too well! (anem tell me, because I already know it very well!â) – I started training with a synchronized swimming team. Perhaps the most American use of the word Dude is like an interjection for the phase. When used this way, guy no longer means expensive and can start to mean anything: «Well, that`s it. Tomorrow, I will board a rocket to Mars, never to return. In practice, it`s as if© our type «doesn`t just fill in those gaps in conversation when you say `aham` or `aahn`. If you want to hear something similar in action, there`s no better example than Shoshanna`s©Girls series. She is©, like, the best! Have you heard that Amy and Ben got back together? Results: 225. Exactly: 225.

Response time: 152 ms. I know, right? Those brandy mojitos that were mixed were out of trouble. Outkast`s music, Ms.Jackson, contains the perfect example of this phrase. (Did you hear that Amy and Ben got back together?) (If you don`t take this©lesson and complete the tasks, you`ll repeat it!) «Oh yes, it was great. Hey, can I take a sip of your iced tea? (Yes, indeed, this has been© my dream since childhood.) (Yes, this place© is crazy at lunchtime.) With this one word, spoken in a slightly sarcastic tone, you can degrade everything. The number one phrase among boring teenagers: Common short expressions: 1-400, 401-800, 801-1200 I understand you. After returning from Acapulco, the view from my apartment left me depressed for weeks. But awesome expanded to the American English edition to include something less inspiring, like a musical hit, a hamburger, a new dance.

Even if something isn`t so amazing to you, it can be considered great. Oh my God, it was like the worst date I`ve ever had. Richard was such an idiot! â I hear yes. After returning from Acapulco, the sight from my apartment depressed me for weeks. It doesn`t matter what you`ve learned in English class: don`t greet a friend or acquaintance with «How do you do this?» Friend: Man, I don`t see what you`re getting at! Sure, this may mean keeping your mouth shut, but it also©covers all the functions an exclamation mark performs to express that what someone just said© is too© shocking to believe. Oh yes, it was great. Can I take a sip of your tea? I`m a little sad to be back from vacation. I wish I was still on this tropical sandy beach. (Can you do me a favor and bring dinner on the way home?) «Don`t let yourself be thrown out of shape just because I cooked the rice! Okay, we Americans are nervous capitalists, we know that.

What better proof than this phrase that makes him synonymous with believing in something with the will to spend money? (Your story is very© crazy. I don`t believe it!) The line at the post office was so long and slow that I went crazy. «Can you do me a favor and pick up dinner on the way home? Friend: Man, I don`t see what you`re getting at! Do not use this expression on the letter©. Until later, saying is not a promise to see each other again, just a© casual way to say goodbye in American English (important note!). Meaning:©Wrinkle or recognize someone (Don`t worry, everyone has finished realizing© that you took off your shirt and danced on the table.) (I filled my face yesterday. I am ashamed to introduce myself now.) The beauty of what`s going on? © It`s that it`s not© really a question that needs an answer. Like in Va, in France? Or our everything is fine?, can you answer the Whatâsup? ..com.. What is going on?! (The line in the mail was so long and slow that I went crazy.) In the late 19th century, Dude was the embodiment of the meticulously dressed©East Coast boys, the City Boys, who came west©of the ranches. The only common usage in American English that refers to the original meaning is the© verb to dude up, which means to dress well in elegant clothing. But guy is now used more than Sinã`nimo for man or guy©. I saw the new Star Wars on the weekend in IMAX. I saw the new Star Wars last weekend on IMAX (I know it`s annoying© that the concert was canceled.) Dude turns into so many meanings, especially as an interjection, that entire conversations can be conducted with this single word.

(I have to thank them for this music. She`s© a great singer.) I have to give him props for this song. She`s an incredible singer. If you don`t start taking this course seriously and completing the tasks, you will fail! (I started training with a synchronized cream team.) (Well, that`s it©. One morning, I`ll board a rocket to Mars and never come back.) In the good old days, great was a word reserved for something truly powerful, sublime or even© frightening: the sight from the top of a mountain, the sea during a storm, the voice of God emanating from a burned man. You know, awesome things that inspire you, that make you question life? As can be used in different parts of a speech (compare similar things, in semelhanças or a sinããããnimo for the verb like), but it is its use as a gender – introduced into youth culture by the Valley Girls in the 1980s – © that is© difficult to evaluate. With these three words, you can make it clear that you are listening and that you always agree with what the person is talking about: What`s going on? Or even© the most informal SUP? Mean the same thing without feeling like you have to take a head off your head when you say hello. In more formal situations, it`s always best to talk© nicely to meet you, or nice to see you. Important note: If you talk a lot like in a conversation, you may seem a little childish and frãvolo.