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  • 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 phrases are: I am, them, her, him.

  • Now, the importance of these is the way you pronounce these words.

  • I am = I'm

  • them = 'em

  • her = 'er/h'er

  • him = h'im/'im/'em

  • Woo! There! That's a lot of work on that.

  • But, trust me, it's just cutting words, snipping them off, to make 'em sound more natural. Okay?

  • So, to help you get with that, we're gonna drop you off to the conversational examples.

  • Playa! I just can’t get enough of this HIP HOP Music!!!

  • I feel ya! I’ma prisoner to that beat!!!!

  • Who’s Da Crew???

  • Dem{em} my peoples.

  • And h’er???

  • That’s my Baby Cousin.

  • You got it?

  • Not hard at all.

  • Let's just go over it real quick.

  • Basically, first conversation, he's telling his boy, "I just can't get enough of this hip hop music.

  • It's so good. I just can't get enough of it."

  • And his friend is saying, "Yeah, I'm feeling you. I am, I'm, a prisoner to that beat,"

  • meaning the music and the beat is so good, it has got me locked down.

  • Example number two, "Who dem crew?" Who's that? Who dem? Who d'em? Basically.

  • "Who's da crew?"

  • My friend says, "Dem my peoples," meaning friends and/or family members.

  • Then he asks again, "Well, who is h'er," h'er meaning female, her.

  • And he's saying, "Oh, that's my baby cousin."

  • See, simple.

  • Until next time, I'm out.

  • Peace.

Welcome to E-com's version of Ebonics.

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