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Hi, everyone. I'm Christine from EnglishClass101.com.
In this video, we'll be talking about how to curse like an English native speaker.
"Piss," a slang term for urine. For example, "Don't piss your pants. You can say this when you're really scared or anxious. For example, if you're about to go on stage to make a speech or perform, someone can say, "Don't piss your pants. You can do it.
"Pissed off," to be really angry. When I'm angry, I can say, "Hey, I'm really pissed off at you right now. Why did you do that for?"
"Loser," used to describe an uncool person. In high school, my friends and I would use this a lot and we would say, "Hey, loser. How's it going?"
"Idiot." Used to insult people by saying they're not intelligent. Of all the mean things that you can say, this is on the lighter side. But people still use it.
"Shoot!" This is used to show disappointment or frustration without using a stronger curse word. "Shoot! I spilled my coffee."
"Shut up!" You can use this when you want them to be quiet or there's something surprising that you just heard, you can say, "Shut up! No way!"
"Ticked off," to be really angry. You can say this with "pissed off." So, this is actually an older term, not many people use this as much anymore because most people actually just use "pissed off."
"Fool." This is similar to saying someone is like a clown. You can say, "You're acting like a fool right now."
"Jerk." This is a light insult used to describe someone who is mean. For example, if there's someone bullying another person, that person is being a jerk.
"Whip," this means someone who isn't strong. There is a movie out right now called, "Diary of A Wimpy Kid." Have you seen it? Have you not? I haven't yet.
See you next time!