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  • Hello, everybody.

  • Welcome to lead stocks.

  • This is Michelle.

  • And today you're going to find out my most used language.

  • That's right.

  • In today's lesson, I'm gonna tell you which are the slang words that Michelle uses the most.

  • Well, do you want to find out?

  • So let's look at the 1st 1 here.

  • So the first language we have is to spill the tea.

  • Oops.

  • Okay.

  • Now what does this mean?

  • Okay, think about it.

  • If you spill the tea, you're basically revealing someone secrets.

  • So to talk, behind someone's back, iss spilling the tea.

  • Okay, Now, let's find out some sentences that we can use to talk about this.

  • So let's call Karen to know what exactly happened.

  • She will surely spill the tea.

  • So you're expecting that, Karen, if you call her, she will definitely tell you what happened.

  • Because she has the habit off talking behind someone's back.

  • Another one?

  • Don't tell Pam about it.

  • She will spill the tea all over the office.

  • Which means don't tell Pam about it.

  • Because if you tell her, then everybody at the workplace will know what you said.

  • Such people are dangerous.

  • And now you have.

  • I thought it would stay between us.

  • How could you spill the tea?

  • So imagine that you shared with somebody something that you feel or probably something that you experienced or something related to your boss.

  • And now everybody knows it.

  • So then you go and tell them Hey, I thought it will stay between us.

  • How could you spill the tea?

  • So that's spill the tea, which means to talk behind someone's back.

  • Now let's warn to the next one to be animated.

  • Okay, not to be animated, a sort of being dramatic.

  • You know, those people who always add a little drama to their stories.

  • Such people are called dramatic.

  • So toe act over the top or to show off is being animated.

  • Okay, which means being dramatic.

  • Let's look at an example, Mike.

  • Stories are always animated.

  • Don't take him so seriously.

  • Like whatever my tells, he always adds a little bit of drama to it.

  • So don't believe him completely.

  • Okay.

  • I don't understand why you have to be so animated all the time.

  • You know, some of those people who are really dramatic the way they say, you know, they express their emotions when they're happy.

  • When they're sad.

  • It's really evident in the way they talk so to such a person in a very friendly way, you could say I don't understand why you have to be so animated all the time.

  • You know what animation means?

  • It means like a car, too, you know, full of actions.

  • Life is not a film.

  • You cannot impress me with those animated lines.

  • So somebody tries to impress you with really cheesy lines than you could say.

  • Life is not a film.

  • You cannot impress me with this animated lines.

  • Okay, moving on to the 3rd 1 Keep it 100.

  • Well, guys, keep it 100 means keep it.

  • Really?

  • Don't fake it.

  • That's keeping 100.

  • Okay, let's look at some quick examples.

  • Come on, keep it 100.

  • Are you coming with us to Bali?

  • Which means keep it.

  • Really?

  • Tell us the truth.

  • Are you joining us to Bali or not?

  • To keep it 100 bosses Not happy without presentation, which means to tell you the truth, the boss is not happy with the presentation.

  • That's like keeping it 100 keeping it.

  • Really.

  • I don't understand why all sales people have to be so pushy.

  • Why can't they keep it 100.

  • Which means why are they, you know, kind of pretending?

  • Why can't they just be really all the sales people?

  • Why don't they say the real thing?

  • Why don't they say the truth in such a situation you could use Keep it 100.

  • Keep it real now.

  • Another one that I use a lot is trashy.

  • So when I don't like something and I don't find it useful, I say that it's trashy.

  • It comes from the English word trash, which means garbage.

  • So someone who has a bad appearance can be trashy.

  • OK, someone who speaks bad language can be crowd trashy and someone who looks 10 skin also be trash.

  • What we're gonna do is we're gonna find out one example for each one of them.

  • What happened to you?

  • Why you're looking so trashy?

  • This means bad appearance.

  • So when somebody doesn't look good, you say, Why are you looking so trashy?

  • It's probably the person didn't dress up well or they're not looking good that day again.

  • Got to be careful because this Langton can be counted rude so you can use it to just anybody only people who are really close to you.

  • Then you have.

  • I wonder, what's wrong with Sasha?

  • She looks trashy since she's back from the boss's cabin.

  • So again, this means she looks tense ever since she returned from the boss's cabin.

  • And then you have keep your trashy comments with you.

  • I haven't asked for any free advice.

  • Clearly, this one is talking about speaking bad language, foul language.

  • So somebody's rude to you.

  • You could say, Keep your trashy comments with you moving on snatched.

  • Okay, Nell snatched.

  • Actually, if you look at it, it's a verb, which means to snatch something from somebody We're here.

  • It's got a positive meaning.

  • It means to look extremely good.

  • So that's when you can say snatched, which is kind of the opposite of trashy.

  • So wow, look at you.

  • You're looking smashed tonight.

  • Now this can be used at a party.

  • You know, we're on a date when you go out with somebody you could say, Hey, you're looking snatched and they might ask you Well, what does that mean?

  • And then you can tell them it means extremely good.

  • I'm sure you'd looks gnashed in that shirt.

  • Don't think too much.

  • Just by Okay, So you're confident that somebody will look great in it.

  • So you're telling them to just buy it, giving them some honest advice.

  • And now you have Looks like someone is looking snatched in that new haircut.

  • You say, like, looks like someone is looking snatched in that new hat gut, which means that they're looking really good.

  • Okay, so this is how you use this Lang would, which is snatched.

  • Now let's find out another one.

  • Ratchet, Look at the difference, guys that snatched with no breaking the sound.

  • And this is Ratchet it.

  • It got two different sounds.

  • Ratchet.

  • It tried again.

  • Ratchet.

  • Now let's talk about what it means.

  • It means someone who is ruled.

  • Okay, so when somebody's trashing the way they talk, they're being ratchet.

  • That's right.

  • So you could say, I must tell you, you're sounding quite Ratchet.

  • Why don't you calm down?

  • Somebody's angry and they're probably boiling and screaming at you.

  • You could say your science sounding quite ratchet another one.

  • The customer at the billing counter was so ratchet.

  • If I didn't have to pay my bills, I would have not taken her nonsense, which means that the customer at the reception or at the billing counter was talking very rudely.

  • And if you didn't have to pay the bills, you wouldn't accept the way they were talking to you.

  • So whenever somebody talks rudely, they're being ratchet.

  • Okay, Now we have g o A T.

  • What do you mean, a goat?

  • Well, it is called goat, but another way to say it It's a short form or an aggravation.

  • Four.

  • Greatest off all time G Oh, a teeth.

  • That's goat.

  • So when something is awesome, it's the best of all the time you say that it's goat or geo 80.

  • Let's look at some examples.

  • This episode of American Idol Waas G o A T.

  • Which means was the greatest off all the time, the best ever.

  • Our sales figures are goat this month.

  • I'm sure boss would be happy, which means they're the greatest off all the time.

  • And that's surely gonna make the boss happy.

  • My last vacation was goat, which means it was the greatest off ever.

  • I had the best experience.

  • So that's how you use g o A.

  • T, which is greatest of all the time.

  • Now we have the word Gucci, so of course you know that Gucci is a famous brand.

  • Okay, a very popular and expensive rent.

  • Now it can be used also as a slang word to talk about something that is really good.

  • Okay, let's look at an example.

  • How's the pizza?

  • It's really Gucci, which means it's really good.

  • Where did you buy these trousers from their Gucci?

  • Which means they look awesome.

  • Not that they're from Gucci, but that they look awesome.

  • I wonder.

  • Why's Tammie behaving so Gucci?

  • I'm sure she needs a favor from which means I don't know why Tammy's behaving so nicely to me.

  • Maybe she needs a favor from me.

  • That's why she's being so good happened, right?

  • That's happened with us.

  • Well, sometimes people behave do nicely with you, so they're being Gucci.

  • Okay, now we have the word beat.

  • Okay, Now beat.

  • Do you think it's positive or negative?

  • Well, as a verb beat means to hit somebody, okay?

  • And it's not positive, but here it means to freshen up and to apply and put on some makeup.

  • You know, those days when you look really knackered.

  • That means when you look really tired on those days, you need to beat, which means freshen up, applies a makeup and look super fresh.

  • I gotta beat my face before I entered the party.

  • Now, here.

  • Gotta.

  • It means I got to.

  • Okay.

  • I need to apply some makeup before I entered the party.

  • So you need to freshen up to your touch up.

  • That's called a beat.

  • You look tired.

  • Why don't you go and beat up?

  • Okay, So why don't you go freshen up, maybe change your clothes, wash your face, and you look very fresh.

  • That girl in my office spent five hours throughout the day just beating her face, not feeding her face, but beating her face, which means to apply makeup.

  • Now we have the final word of the day.

  • That's basic.

  • So when you think that something is just average, not good, that's why new states basic.

  • Okay?

  • We learned words for something that's really bad.

  • We learned a word trashy.

  • OK, we learned words for something that's extremely good.

  • We learned snatched.

  • Now here we have a word for something that's just basic.

  • So for this situation, it means that something is average.

  • Let's now look at some examples, so you could say that was just a basic body I really expected it to be.

  • Grant, you know those moments when you go to a party on the person who invited you always throws awesome parties.

  • But this time when you went, you thought he kind of missed out on something.

  • So that party for you was just average.

  • Probably not the best.

  • Okay?

  • It was not g o a t.

  • It was not the greatest of all the time.

  • The returns from our mutual fund, our basic, Not too much.

  • I wonder where shall we invest now?

  • So you're looking for a new place of investment because your previous returns were just basic.

  • This presentation is basic.

  • I'm sure you're more skillful and could do much better.

  • Well, this could be kind of like a feedback to somebody's if you watch the presentation and they told you Hey, could you give me your honest feedback?

  • You might say, Well, this presentation was basic on.

  • You are capable of doing much better.

  • Well, I hope that after today's lesson, your English skills will not stay basic, and you will take them to the next level.

  • Because today you've found out my most commonly used slang words and from now onwards.

  • They can be a part of your vocabulary too.

  • So why not go ahead, Add them to your vocabulary and be sure to even use them in your daily conversations.

  • Well, thank you for joining me as See you soon in another less.

  • Until then, keep learning and keep speaking.

Hello, everybody.

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