Internet Slang Special – People on the internet (TROLL, LURKER, BAE)

Hello and welcome back to “The Slang Podcast” with me Louisa May Adams. This show will give you the chance to hear, understand the origins and meanings of new slang and to use them immediately! Today we will be exploring more social media slang, in particular how do we identify the sea of people onContinue reading “Internet Slang Special – People on the internet (TROLL, LURKER, BAE)”

Internet Slang Special – English Social Media (AMA, IRL, GTG, BRB)

Hello and welcome back to the Slang podcast with me Louisa May Adams. This show will give you the chance to hear, understand the origins and meanings of new slang and to use them immediately! Today we will be exploring more social media slang! The internet is super important when learning a new language asContinue reading “Internet Slang Special – English Social Media (AMA, IRL, GTG, BRB)”

Internet Slang Special – English Social Media (DM, SELFIE, FOMO, TBT)

Hello and Welcome back to The Slang Podcast with me Louisa May Adams. This show will give you the chance to hear, understand the origins and meanings of new slang and to use them immediately! Last episode we mastered internet slang and abbreviations but this episode we will become experts on slang specifically for socialContinue reading “Internet Slang Special – English Social Media (DM, SELFIE, FOMO, TBT)”

Internet Slang Special – English abbreviations (CBA, TBH, BTW, TMI)

Hello and Welcome back to a new episode of the slang podcast with me Louisa May Adams. This show will give you the chance to hear, understand the origins and meanings of new slang and to use them immediately! Today we will be exploring essential internet abbreviations.

Stag Party – What does “Stag Party” mean in British slang?

Hello and welcome to the slang podcast with me your host Louisa May Adams. This show will give you the chance to hear, understand the origins and meanings of new slang and to use them immediately! So let’s get started… Last episode we looked at the slang term “hen party” an event for a womanContinue reading “Stag Party – What does “Stag Party” mean in British slang?”

Hen Party – What does “Hen Party” mean in British slang?

Hello and welcome to the slang podcast with me your host Louisa May Adams. After a short break we are back! This show will give you the chance to hear, understand the origins and meanings of new slang and to use them immediately! So let’s get started… Ok so this week’s episodes are inspired byContinue reading “Hen Party – What does “Hen Party” mean in British slang?”

Christmas Slang Special – Christmas traditions (Queen’s Speech, Crackers, Pantomime)

Merry Christmas and welcome to our final Christmas episode of Slang with me Louisa May Adams. This show will give you the chance to hear, understand the origins and meanings of new slang and to use it immediately! So let’s get started… We all have our own special way of celebrating Christmas, whether its spendingContinue reading “Christmas Slang Special – Christmas traditions (Queen’s Speech, Crackers, Pantomime)”

Christmas Slang Special – Christmas food (Figgy Pudding, Mince Pies, Pigs in Blankets)

Hello and Welcome back to a very special episode of Slang with me Louisa May Adams. This show will give you the chance to hear, understand the origins and meanings of new slang and to use them immediately! Today we will be exploring our third, Christmas topic, my favourite, Christmas food. So let’s get started…Continue reading “Christmas Slang Special – Christmas food (Figgy Pudding, Mince Pies, Pigs in Blankets)”

Christmas Slang Special – Days and Celebrations (Boxing Day, Hogmanay, Twelfth Night)

Hello and welcome back to a very special episode of Slang with me Louisa May Adams. This show will give you the chance to hear, understand the origins and meanings of new slang and to use it immediately! Today we will be exploring our second Christmas topic, days and celebrations. So let’s get started… TheContinue reading “Christmas Slang Special – Days and Celebrations (Boxing Day, Hogmanay, Twelfth Night)”