American Slang - Randomly Chosen
Slang is informal, often entertaining, language

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  1. This computer program has a glitch.

  2. There are too many negatives about the company merger.

  3. I had a buzz on after the third martini.

  4. He took a nip out of the bottle.

  5. A lucky break helped him get the job.

  6. He is a pig at parties.

  7. Don't get so bent out of shape.

  8. I knew they would collar the robber sooner or later.

  9. Doing homework on the weekend is a drag.

  10. You need to be more laid-back.

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This page is part of Commonly-used American Slang which is part of Interesting Things for ESL Students.

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