Christmas Slang Special – What is the meaning of Yule, Xmas and Chrimbo?

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! For the next two weeks every episode is dedicated to British Christmas slang.Today we will be startingContinue reading “Christmas Slang Special – What is the meaning of Yule, Xmas and Chrimbo?”

Woke – What does “Woke” mean in British slang?

Hello and welcome back to 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! So let’s get started… Ok so today we will be focusing on a slang word that has got so much negative andContinue reading “Woke – What does “Woke” mean in British slang?”

Ghosting – What does “Ghosting” mean in British slang?

Hello and Welcome back to 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… One of my students recently moved to England. His dream was to meet a lovely english woman and settleContinue reading “Ghosting – What does “Ghosting” mean in British slang?”

Fancy – What does “Fancy” mean in British slang?

Hello and Welcome back to 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! So let’s get started… Ok so today we will be looking at a word that I use all the time! This wordContinue reading “Fancy – What does “Fancy” mean in British slang?”

Dodgy – What does “Dodgy” mean in British slang?

Hello and welcome back to 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… While telling my Italian friend about my travels around Italy we got onto the topic of Rome, aContinue reading “Dodgy – What does “Dodgy” mean in British slang?”

Gutted – What does “Gutted” mean in British slang?

Hello and Welcome back to 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! So let’s get started… In November I often feel gutted, its cold, the sun has disappeared and as Christmas crawls closer IContinue reading “Gutted – What does “Gutted” mean in British slang?”

Link – What does “Link” mean in British slang?

Hello and Welcome back to 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! So let’s get started… Having a partner of a different nationality has many benefits however I must say, me and my ItalianContinue reading “Link – What does “Link” mean in British slang?”

Nick – What does “Nick” mean in British slang?

Hello and Welcome back to 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… I was telling my class about my close friend from England who called me yesterday. She was veryContinue reading “Nick – What does “Nick” mean in British slang?”

Bail – What does “Bail” mean in British slang?

Hello and Welcome back to 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… Have you ever been to a boring party? Stuck with the same music and dry conversation on repeat?Continue reading “Bail – What does “Bail” mean in British slang?”

Wavy – What does “Wavy” mean in British slang?

Hello and Welcome back to 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… While living in Italy I have noticed the vast range of adjectives that can be used to describeContinue reading “Wavy – What does “Wavy” mean in British slang?”