Daily Language Practice Week 8

Hello students of English language. Welcome to this week’s DLP, your opportunity to test your knowledge of this difficult language. Good luck !

Answer sheet:

Sentence Completion Level 11 Worksheet 1

Well, yes you do, but if you have trouble writing complete sentences, here is a worksheet to test your ability (and make suggestions to improve your ability). Really! Just try it.

I hope you did well on the worksheet. but if you struggled, no worries. English is a difficult language to learn. So stop by this website next week for another worksheet. Remember, practice makes perfect. Keep learning.

Source: Sentence Completion 1 (englishforeveryone.org)

Slangs in English

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Slang words are an essential part of conversing in English. American slang is full of eccentric sayings and colloquialisms, which are useful in a wide variety of casual situations. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned English speaker, you’ll want to brush up on your command of American slang words!

“Slang” refers to informal vocabulary words that aren’t typically found in a dictionary. Many of these slang words have multiple meanings, so you’ll have to pay close attention to the context of a conversation in order to use them correctly. This makes it a good idea to practice your English slang words with friends before using them with strangers!

Here are 91 slang-words for your perusal.

Slangs in English | 91 Slang Words with Meaning & Sentences – ExamPlanning %