Speak English: Slang & Idioms. English Speaking/ESL course
Learn to speak English. Language training for American English speaking. Idioms, slang, accent reduction, pronunciation.
What Will I Learn?
- After taking this course, you’ll understand many of the most common slang and idioms of spoken American English.
You’ll know how many American English words and phrases are pronounced by native English speakers in the USA.
- Basic English language skills are very helpful, but not required. You can still learn just by listening.
Welcome to the American English Slang, Idioms and Pronunciation Course.
Americans can be really hard to understand.
- We talk fast.
- We use a lot of slang.
- We smash several words together making new words.
- We only pronounce parts of many of the words we use.
This course is designed to teach you the most common slang and idioms that American English speakers use every day. It is also designed to help you to pronounce words without an accent or to reduce your native accent.
The course uses everyday example conversations that are just like what Americans say to each other at work, at school and at home.
This course is perfect for intermediate and advanced English students who are struggling to recognize American accents or to understand Americans when they speak in slang…and Americans use a LOT of slang, don’t we?
This course can also benefit a beginning student. You probably won’t understand a lot of the words and sentences that I’m using, but you’ll learn important sounds and pronunciation and you’ll get a lot of practice listening to American English. Listening and practice are the two most important things you need to do to learn English faster.
Here are just some of the words and phrases that you’ll learn:
A – All Over the Map, A-game, Ants in Your Pants
B – Blow It, The Blues, Beat, Bail, Bail Out
C – Cool, Couch Potato, Cougar, Cold Shoulder, Canned
D – Dude, Dunno, Down to Earth, Dibs, Drive Me Up the Wall
E – Epic, Easy as Pie, Elbow Grease
F – For Real, Flirting, Fail
H – Hang Out, Hangry, Hitting on Someone
L – Lose Your Head, Lose Your Cool, Lose Your Nerve, Lose Your Mind, Lose Touch with Reality
N – Nerd, Nuts, Nuke
P – Piece of Cake, Pig, Pig Out, Pain in the Neck
S – Sup, Sweet, Screw Up, Screw Around
V – Vibes, Vamoose, Veg, Veg Out
W – Waddaya, Whatcha, Wicked, Wheels, When Pigs Fly, When Hell Freezes Over
If you’re ready to expand your vocabulary and learn how to better understand American English speakers, join us today and let’s get started with American English Slang and Idioms.
We’ll see you in the course!
- Anyone who wants to better understand English spoken and written by Americans.
- Anyone who needs to practice listening to spoken American English.
- Anyone who wants to learn lots of slang and idioms, taught through real examples.
Created by Steve McDonald
Last updated 3/2018
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