Fun Easy English Classroom September 9
 
 
 
 

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Learn American
English slang
beginning with
letter P
Slang Letter P

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

Today learn 10 slang beginning with the letter P.
Slang Definition Usage
pad place to live Have you found a pad yet?
paper pushers bureaucratic office workers My office is filled with paper pushers.
party have fun I really want to party with you tonight.
party animal someone who loves parties My friend is a party animal.
paws hands Get your paws off of my homework.
peanuts practically no money I am not going to work for peanuts.
pee urinate I really have to pee.
pickled intoxicated He gets pickled after only one beer.
pig eats too much He is a pig at parties.
pig out eat a lot Let's go to the restaurant and pig out.
More Slang
From YOUR Teacher: Party Animal

If someone calls you a party animal it might not be a compliment. A party animal is someone who loves to go to and be crazy at parties. This is a positive meaning for other people who like parties and a negative meaning for those who do not like to go to parties.

 
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