slank...eh slang a.k.a bahasa gaul inggris
by Mega Aprilia - Tuesday, 13 January 2009, 07:07 AM
  ouy gals!

would u like 2 share bout american or english slang???
like bug = dollar
apple of my eye = something bharga..
etc...

soale most of american conversation use this...
Re: slank...eh slang a.k.a bahasa gaul inggris
by Gagah Buana Putra - Tuesday, 27 January 2009, 12:31 AM
 

"speak of the devil"

is it something like that?

Re: slank...eh slang a.k.a bahasa gaul inggris
by Mega Aprilia - Friday, 30 January 2009, 10:17 AM
  what's that mean?
speak of the devil?
Re: slank...eh slang a.k.a bahasa gaul inggris
by Gagah Buana Putra - Monday, 16 February 2009, 11:30 PM
 

hmm... how to explain it ... its rather complicated.

When 2 or more people discussing someone, and than someone that they are discussed suddenly appear...

they will say: "Speak of the devil!"

Re: slank...eh slang a.k.a bahasa gaul inggris
by Mega Aprilia - Thursday, 19 February 2009, 07:30 AM
  oooo..i c!
when somebody gossip bout someone
Re: slank...eh slang a.k.a bahasa gaul inggris
by Gagah Buana Putra - Thursday, 19 February 2009, 08:10 AM
  yay thats one
Re: slank...eh slang a.k.a bahasa gaul inggris
by Erna Rochmawati - Friday, 29 May 2009, 12:55 AM
 

Not only Americans who use slangs in their daily, Australians also have many slangs, such as:

- brekie = breakfast

- arvo= afternoon

- ta= thanks

- bikie = biscuits 

These are some idioms which is used in OZ:

"NO SKIN OFF MY NOSE". Can be used in replace of 'no concern'. Example in speech: "It's no skin off my nose if you hand the form in either today or tomorrow".

- "SHOP 'TIL YOU DROP". An expression used when someone is on an extensive shopping spree. Example in speech: "I'm going to shop 'til I drop at this weekend's market.

- "DOWN THE ROAD" or "UP THE STREET" Often used when giving directions. As someone points they will say that the location/object/person is down the street, or up the road. You need to look where the person is pointing as this phrase does not necessarily refer to the vertical proximity. "Up the road" or "down the street" can mean the same thing. Example in speech: "Go up the road to the local shop." "Go down the street to the local shop.

cheers smile

Re: slank...eh slang a.k.a bahasa gaul inggris
by Oldriana Prawiro Hapsari - Wednesday, 30 September 2009, 08:22 AM
  whats OZ ?????