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Welcome in british slang

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“Gobsmacked” means to be utterly shocked or surprised beyond belief.

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Knackered — A slang term meaning super tired.

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Break 'welcome' down into sounds: [WEL] + [KUHM] - say it out loud and exaggerate the sounds until you can consistently produce them. Bloke.

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This is also a common greeting used by people from the United Kingdom.

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Most of us in the UK don’t speak the Queen’s English or I should say the King’s English now, after getting a new king! Everyday English is.

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Knees-up — This one is slang for a lively party that often involves loud music and other hijinks.

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Alright: In British, every day, the word “alright” is frequently used as a salutation.

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