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British Culture - Crossed Fingers

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English Idiom!

Pop the question!

 

Scott: How long have you been with Amy? Why haven't you popped the question yet?

Danny: We've been together for 7 years! I'll pop the question soon.

  

Meaning - To ask someone to marry you.

 

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English Slang!

Netizen

Alan: How do people in Australia know about London slang?

Tim: Many Australian netizens have an interest in amusing British slang.

 

Netizen - A citizen of the internet. This slang is a portmanteau word.

 

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Phrasal Verb!

Watch out! That car is not slowing down!

 

Meaning: This phrasal verb is used to warn someone of danger or accident that might be about to happen.

 

List of Phrasal Verbs

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