زبان ویدیو: در این ویدیو از مجموعه آموزش لهجه انگلیسی بریتانیایی کانال Lucy، می توانید 20 عبارت انگلیسی متداول که باید بدانید را تماشا کنید. در انتهای صفحه می توانید فایل pdf این 20 اصطلاح را دانلود کنید.
متن ترانسکریپت ویدیو
Hello everyone and welcome back to English with Lucy. Today, I am going to teach you some of the most commonly used slang phrases.
I’ve got 20 to show you and I’m going to tell you exactly what they mean.
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Number one, you might’ve heard it before but it’s also a word that sometimes confuses students ’cause they don’t know exactly when to use
it. It is, what’s up, what’s up. Some people use this word just as hello. Just a simple greeting, but other people use it to ask,
what are you doing? Or what are you thinking?
It all depends on tone of voice and context.
If I do a quick what’s up, that’s a hello.
If I say, hey, what’s up? That means, are you okay, is something that matter? What are
you thinking? The next one is, do you get me? Do you get me? Sometimes we drop the do,
and we just say, you get me, you get me? This means, do you understand what I’m saying?
Or sometimes, do you understand me? Get is a really confusing word, it has loads of meetings.
I have made a video about the word get, I will leave a link in the description box.
In this case, it means understand, I get it.
I understand it, do you get it? ‘Cause I don’t get it. Do you understand it? ‘Cause I don’t understand it. If someone says I like him because he really gets me. It means he understands me as a person. He understands what I like and what I dislike. The next one, number three is, you know it, you know it, I really like this one. It means absolutely, or that’s true.
If I ask a friend who always goes to parties, are you going to the party tonight? They might say, you know it, absolutely. Sometimes we use it sarcastically. If I ask my friend with a newborn baby, have you been getting lots of sleep? She might say, you know it, absolutely.
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