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  The first thing to remember about slang is that it changes very rapidly in
response to the changes in the culture, advertising and other factors. If
you want to be "hip" and "in the know" and "cool" with your knowledge
and use of English slang, be sure you've got a current slang dictionary.
The Internet is a good place to look for English slang,

Tip: Be sure your dictionary or other sources gives definitions and
appropriate uses for the slang terms. If you get it wrong or use it in
the wrong context, that can cause you BIG problems! Best is to
check with a native speaker.
  When native speakers use slang, it's difficult for the non-native speaker
to understand what they are saying. When the non-native speaker learns
to use some slang terms in English, they sound like more natural speakers.
Slang is an important part of 'speaking naturally' and is not necessarily
speaking 'correctly' or 'incorrectly'. It's just slang - the native speaker's
shorter, tongue-friendly, speech forms. 

Sometimes, slang has a meaning that is different from the actual
word meaning contained in the dictionary.

slang n.

1. A kind of language occurring chiefly in casual and playful speech,
made up typically of short-lived coinages and figures of speech that
are deliberately used in place of standard terms for added raciness,
humor, irreverence, or other effect.

2. Language peculiar to a group; argot or jargon: thieves' slang.


When a slang word becomes very popular and stays in the spoken
vocabulary long enough, it will be entered into the dictionary and noted
as 'slang'. Sometimes a slang word is only in use for a short time and
will not be entered into a dictionary. There are
slang dictionaries which
contain only slang words and phrases. You will hear slang words and
phrases used everywhere.

Some sloppy speech - when speakers are not conscious of using correct
and clear pronunciation - can really confuse a non-native listener. It's okay
to know what's actually being said but, it doesn't sound professional or
well-educated if you use these sloppy speech. When in a group of close
friends, you may want to sound 'more natural' and speak in this way, but
not in business, please.


Profane slang (commonly known as "swearing") has become more
common and it means to use words that are not acceptable in polite
company. 'Polite company' refers to a mixed group of women and
men, in the company of the children or, in business situations or, in
social situations that are more formal in nature, with people whom
you do not know very well.

  Profanity is the name for the group of words that are profane.Don't use
them yourself unless you are in a group of close friends who are also
using this type of language. Never in business, though you will hear
others do so.
  Swearing is using profanity (also known, more formally as "vulgar speech")
when one is angry, annoyed, excited or is feeling some other strong emotion. 
You will hear them used mostly as verbs, adverbs and adjectives. The most
common profane words are:
fuck, shit, ass, asshole, bitch, piss
  The slang vocabulary used varies from country to country, region to region
and often, even from city to city. You can still find some most common
slang words referring to male and female sexual organsbelow. Use them
carefully. Refrain from using them in public. People may misinterpret you
even laugh at you.
  Slang mainly refers to genitals, see the examples:  

Cock, Shaft, Dick, Prick, Bolt, Pisser, Rod, Man's Meat,
Pecker, Boner, Schlong, Pole, Stick, Prong, Wiener etc.


Pussy, Bung Hole, Beaver, Slit, Twat, Cunt, etc.

Sexual intercourse:

Fuck, Shag, Screw, Pump, Jive

They are best not used in business though you will hear them used in
business by native speakers. Use good judgment about using them in
social situations as well. If the people you're with are using them, then
they won't be offended if you do also. If you don't hear them used, don't
use them at all.

  Another language area often confused with slang is the use of idioms.
Idioms are words and phrases that often don't mean what they seem to
Listen to a University teacher talking about Campus Slang ! >>  
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Related Material:

A Dictionary of English Slang and Colloquialisms of the UK

280 American Slang Expressions

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