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British Slang VS American Slang

Hugh Laurie in The Ellen DeGeneres Show. They played an exciting game of American slang VS English slang -- and the game was bloody brilliant!

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    Hugh Laurie: the British slang vs the American. The fantastically talented Hugh Laurie paid a house call to Ellen, and they played an exciting game of American slang ...

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    ScienceBlogs   •   9 years ago

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    In the history of the English language ... than formal use? The American lexicographer Allen Walker Read wanted to know how people used words in real situations. This included words which might be technical (jargon), informal (slang), and offensive ...

    Daily Kos   •   5 years ago

    http://www.dailykos.com/story/2015/01/10/1356748/-Origins-of-English-Lexicology-and-Lexicography

  • www.themarysue.com    10 Pieces of British Slang I’d Like to See Adopted in America

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    The Business Insider   •   5 years ago

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  • www.voanews.com    Demand Grows for Classes in English Slang

    “It makes my English style more academic and formal and a little bit stiff. I don’t want to be that way,” said Zhang. Zhang said that through the use of American slang and idioms, she can speak more casually and use humor in her speech. Through ...

    Voice of America   •   6 years ago

    http://www.voanews.com/content/demand-grows-for-classes-english-slang/1798518.html

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    http://www.buzzle.com/articles/english-slang-terms-and-phrases-of-the-1920s.html

  • www.washingtonpost.com    “The Life of Slang” by Julie Coleman

    ... important monuments being Eric Partridge’s “Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English” (1937) and Harold Wentworth and Stuart Berg Flexner’s “Dictionary of American Slang” (1960) . Coleman pays due if reserved respect to the former ...

    Washington Post   •   7 years ago

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/books/the-life-of-slang-by-julie-coleman/2012/05/25/gJQABF1cqU_story.html

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    http://www.vice.com/read/the-future-of-drugs-max-daly-according-to-vice-531

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    THE CONVERSATION   •   5 years ago

    http://theconversation.com/aussie-slang-is-as-diverse-as-australia-itself-27973

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