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Learn American
English slang
beginning with
letter S
Slang Letter S

Today in the classroom you are going to learn some slang beginning with the letter S.
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Slang: American English Slang - Letter S

Today learn 10 slang beginning with the letter S.
Slang Definition Usage
sack go to bed When did you hit the sack last night?
scam swindle Don't lose your money in some kind of scam.
scarf eat He plans to scarf a lot of food at the buffet.
scarf down eat He plans to scarf down a lot of food at the buffet.
schmuck stupid person What a schmuck.
scum awful person You should not associate with that kind of scum.
see ya See you See ya tomorrow then.
shades sunglasses These are an expensive pair of shades.
shot try I'll give the puzzle another shot.
silks clothes You must have bought those silks at an expensive store.
More Slang
From YOUR Teacher: Shades

Shades simply means sunglasses and is often used in casual conversations among native English speakers in America. A good usage of this slang term is in the following song.
Video: Timbuk 3 "The Future's so Bright I Gotta Wear Shades"
 
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