字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Welcome to E-com's version of Ebonics. We will go over 32 highly requested slang words and phrases you may have heard spoken among Black people. These words are used for the sole purpose of better understanding your favorite Black movies and musical artists. We highly recommend that you do not use these words in daily conversation, especially when you're conversing with Black people. But, you can enjoy learning Ebonics and improve your understanding of Black speech and learn more about Black culture with this lesson. I hope this will be a stepping stone into learning more about Black culture. Everyone ready? Let's begin. Today's phrase is: poo-poo, five-oh, Jakes. Now, basically these words mean just one meaning: policemen. Very simple and plain, don't need much information other than that. So, as we jump to the conversational examples. Yo! Dude… Slow down the car. Five-Oh is sitting right there. Good looking out, I don’t need the Poo-Poo stealing my lunch money. Whats Up Playa…. Keep your eyes out for the Jakes. Gotcha man. Did you get it? Check it out, we'll simplify it for you. First example, "Yo, dude," meaning these boys were rolling in a car and he's hollering at his boy, "Yo, dude." "Slow the car down. The policeman is sitting right there." And he said, "Woah! Good looking out," meaning, "Oh, thank you, man, for keeping your eyes open. I don't want the poo-poo to be giving me no ticket and taking my money." Example number two, "What up Playa. Yo, keep your eyes out for the Jakes." Very simple, 'cause he's just telling his boy to keep your eyes open for five-oh around. And he said, "Yo, got you man." Simple. Until next time, when I hit you up with more Ebonics. I'm out. Peace.