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Category: Slang/Expressions

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Indonesian slang
Hi. I wanna shere a bit abt indonesian slang. There are 2 common words said by indonesia people especially in the big city, LOE and GUE which is mean Kamu and Aku or you and me. So if you come to this beautiful country don't be confused with these two words and tell me abt your slang, especially english and german

Language pair: English; 
Chida Febtiani
July 14, 2018

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Re:USA Greetings
This made me laugh.
My husband is from the south and when he talks on the phone with his parents he always starts with ''Howdy ma/howdy pops'' haha

Language pair: English; Spanish
Nazareth
July 8, 2018

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Latest: July 8, 2018
Slang?
When we were little, my grandpa used to call us “cuck” and said it was the Serbian word for baby chicken. Can anyone verify this info or translation? Serbian was his native language.

Language pair: English; Serbian
E C
June 28, 2018

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Re:man, woman, boy, girl
"guy" is commonly used to refer to a man, while "guys" is often used to refer to a group of men or a mixed gender group (less commonly, a group of women).


Ex. "That guy in the blue shirt is drunk." (this will almost always refer to a male)
Ex. "What are you guys doing tonight?" (this could refer to a group of men, a man and a woman, or even a group of women in some cases).


Language pair: English; 
Kevin D
June 18, 2018

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Latest: June 18, 2018
Language partners!anyone wants to study funny chinese?
hello everyone,i'm new here.I am a chinese student who wants to practice English and also learn Spanish.If you want to learn chinese,or just have someone to talk with,feel free to send me a email or messages!nice to meet you guys!

Language pair: English; Chinese, Mandarin
Blue moon
June 9, 2018

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I want to do English practise
Hello everyone, I want to improve my English speaking so I am looking for someone who speak English.



Language pair: Turkish; English
Elma Koç
June 6, 2018

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中国語は日本語に換える
HI!I am chinese Because of my sister's reason in Japan So I'm going to learn Japanese If you can speak Japanese or you are Japanese Please contact me .I also welcome friends who speak English(I can speak a little English) I can teach Chinese in Japanese or English as a language exchange.
こんにちは!私は中国人で、北京に住んでいます。 日本語を勉強してい ますが、まだあまり上手ではありません 少しだけできます。中国語ができませんか。私はあなたに中国語を教えることができます。 一緒に勉強しませんか 頑張りましょう!

Language pair: Chinese, Mandarin; 
yuqiang huang
June 5, 2018

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I want to make new friends and improve my French skills!
I am a native English speaker and would like to improve on my French (Québécoise).

Language pair: English; 
Shackera
May 27, 2018

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Re:I want to make new friends with native English speaker and improve my English skills!
víctor, i can totally help you to improve your english speaking and writing skills :)

Language pair: English; 
Tai
May 16, 2018

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Latest: May 16, 2018
Re:USA Greetings
Depending on where you are you might hear things like,
“Wassup” which is slang for what’s up.
“What’s good?” Which is also slang for what’s up.
All of these are informal and best used with friend.

Language pair: English; 
Ky Mori
May 9, 2018

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