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  • Yeah.

  • Hi, mom.

  • Yeah.

  • Yup.

  • Sorry, what'd you say?

  • No, no, I'm making a video.

  • Yeah.

  • No, I got time to talk, yeah.

  • Hold, hold...

  • What?

  • What's wrong?

  • Ahh.

  • My phone keeps on turning off and my mom...

  • Mom, can you hear me?

  • Hello?

  • Hello?

  • Hello?

  • No, it's Ronnie.

  • Yup, yeah, yup.

  • Good.

  • Nope.

  • It's my phone.

  • My phone's buggy.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • Uh-huh.

  • No.

  • Ah, ah.

  • Aw.

  • Does this happen to you?

  • You're doing something on your phone or you're making a phone call, and all of a sudden your

  • phone stops working?

  • We've got some slang words for this.

  • It's called "buggy".

  • So, if you look at the board behind me, I'm going to teach you some slang.

  • And the root word is "a bug".

  • So you guys know...

  • Might know one of my best friends, the lady bug, who's actually a beetle.

  • As a noun in a dictionary, "a bug" is an insect.

  • Do you like insects?

  • Do you eat them?

  • No, okay, cool.

  • And it also can be a problem with computer.

  • So, you can say: "I have a bug in my laptop."

  • And you think: "Wow, there's like an insect in your laptop?"

  • And you go: "No, silly rabbit, 'a bug' means a problem."

  • So, if you've got a problem with a computer, maybe your tablet or your laptop or your phone,

  • you can say: "I have a problem" or "I have a bug with my computer" or "with my phone".

  • This always sucks, doesn't it?

  • Then we have some verbs to use in slang time.

  • If somebody "bugs" you, it means that they annoy you.

  • So, if you annoy someone, you maybe poke them a lot or call their name, like: "Hey, Ronnie.

  • Ronnie.

  • Ronnie.

  • Ronnie.

  • Ronnie."

  • Ronnie's busy, but you keep on calling my name.

  • Don't annoy me.

  • Don't bug me.

  • So, you can tell the person: "Hey.

  • Don't bug me.

  • Leave me alone.

  • I'm busy.

  • Okay?"

  • Another way that we use this in slang is when somebody gets angry at you or freaks out.

  • So, if you get angry, you freak out, you lose your temper, so: Do you have a mom?

  • Maybe...

  • Or a friend who always gets crazy, you can say: "Hey.

  • Don't be bugging on me."

  • We also have another slang word, it's called "tripping".

  • So it's the same thing.

  • "Don't be tripping."

  • It means: "Relax.

  • Don't yell at me.

  • Everything's fine.

  • Don't annoy me."

  • Don't get angry.

  • Don't freak out.

  • Everything's going to be cool, maybe.

  • My phone, my phone's "buggy" -- that means that it's not working correctly, there's something

  • wrong with my phone.

  • So this is an adjective.

  • I can say there's "a bug" in my phone, which would be a noun.

  • Or if I use it as an adjective: "My phone is buggy."

  • Do you watch spy movies or science-fiction movies?

  • And sometimes the people might say: "I can't talk on the line, it's not secure; my phone

  • is bugged."

  • Hmm.

  • This means if something is bugged that there is a microphone in it and someone is listening

  • to your conversation.

  • Hold on, and they're getting all of your information.

  • So, if something is bugged, it means that they're stealing your information, usually

  • on a phone.

  • Then we have the phrasal verb: "bugging out".

  • This has a lot to do with people who are on drugs.

  • So, for example, I can say: "He was bugging out on the bus."

  • If somebody's bugging out on the bus, they're like: "What's happening?

  • What's happening?"

  • They go a little crazy.

  • You kind of think that they're crazy.

  • It's probably just the crack that they've smoked.

  • But if somebody's bugging out on the bus, they seem really, really crazy.

  • So, you can say to them: "Don't bug me.

  • He's bugging out."

  • Another way that we use this is if something or someone makes you feel uncomfortable, you

  • can say: "He's making me bug out."

  • This means: He's making me feel uncomfortable.

  • You could also say: "He's bugging me out", which means this person has a bad vibe, and

  • it's making you feel uncomfortable.

  • Oh, mom.

  • Yeah.

  • No, finished the lesson.

  • Yeah.

  • Bug, yeah, my phone's not bugged, mom.

  • No, we're good. Yeah. Okay. Yeah, okay, don't... I... I'll be back.

  • Yeah. Okay. Yup. Mm-hmm. Okay.

Yeah.

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イングリッシュでバグを使用したSLANGの単語 (SLANG words using bug in Englis)

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