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Thread: slangs in ESL


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    Exclamation slangs in ESL

    Is slang a word, phrase ,idiom or clause? How are they grammatically governed? Can anyone give me top ten slang words.

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    Re: slangs in ESL

    Slang has no grammatical category, so could be any of those. If you want slang, try this dictionary of it: Urban Dictionary: Define Your World

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