“He who travels far knows much”
Prepare yourself for more colloquial expressions that you can poke a stick at. From English to Swedish and all the languages in between.
Want some great slang? You’re going to have a great laugh learning what we have here. So go ahead click on the slang of your choice
Croatian- Romance and Pick Up Lines
Dutch Romance and Pick Up Lines
Australian Slang- Favourite Aussie Songs
We start off with Greetings and Salutations. Many of these can be common everyday expressions and greetings, but they are necessary when you meet people for the first time. We also include some slang type greetings for the times when it is cool to say so and you want to make a good impression with the in crowd.
Next comes Chatting Up. This is where you learn some common lines to chat to your friends about guys/girls (usually mens talk) and what you like in a partner. This you will find in the section “On The Hunt“. Then we have Romance for when you meet a nice guy/girl and things to say in the local dialect to make them feel special. Then to finish off this section we have Pillow Talk, which is what to say in the bedroom when you have met your special someone.
We also have a section In The Bar, which includes sayings on what to say in a bar and also party phrases, for whatever fun is going on at night.
Other sections include Explain Yourself, where you say what’s really on your mind, to show surprise, disgust, tell someone the truth etc. Sometimes included in this section are swear words. I must explain that while some people might detest swearing, they are free not to look at swear words, which is the advice that I give for this site. However, you will come across some of this talk on the street and some of it might be directed at you. In this case it’s good to know what’s going on, and get yourself out of pending trouble. I personally have had an experience where learning a swear word has helped me detect impending danger.
We have Tongue Twisters, common ones from varied languages, that will make you laugh and cry, from an inability to be able to pronounce them.
We have Songs, which are the popular songs sung by the locals whenever they are happy, or to identify being whoever they might be as a group.