Grammar: American Slang

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American English slang is the playful, informal side of the language, full of expressions that add color and personality to everyday conversations. For instance, if someone is "broke," they don't have much money. When a plan is "a piece of cake," it means it's very easy. If you're "stoked," you're really excited about something. And when something is "off the hook," it's exceptionally good or enjoyable. These phrases, like "catching some z's" for sleeping or calling a friend "dude," are sprinkled throughout American speech, giving a glimpse into the creative and ever-evolving nature of the language.