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A Dictionary of Slang. The aim of this lesson is to create a dictionary of slang words used today. What are slang words?. These are words which young people use amongst themselves to their friends. Often parents and other adults cannot understand the meaning of slang. Why is this?. Mint

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    1. A Dictionary of Slang The aim of this lesson is to create a dictionary of slang words used today.

    2. What are slang words? • These are words which young people use amongst themselves to their friends. • Often parents and other adults cannot understand the meaning of slang. Why is this?

    3. Mint Swell Fusty Soppy Frowsy Ace Brill Fab Lush Gross ripping Cool Groovy Chronic Bad Neat Mega Wicked Rotten Radical Spiffing dodgy Which of these slang words are still in fashion today?

    4. Alreet? – Are you alright/okay? Aye – yes Backer – ride on the rear of a bicycle as a passenger Class – good Yem- home Mint – good, great Toon – town, possibly preferring to Newcastle which is actually a city Haweigh – Come on, that’s not correct Fog –first Netty – toilet Oot –out Nout- nothing at all Way-aye – opf course Reet – that’s perfectly acceptable Gerroff – get off me Divint – don’t Shan – that’s quite unfair Aya! – that’s rather painful! Gannin – going Neet- night time Canny – nice, pleasant Annarr – I know that Gams – legs Ye – you Hoose – house Kep/ket – sweets Keks – a form of underwear Wor -our These words have been submitted by Nathan Johnston.Do you agree with his definitions?