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Teaching slangs and idiomsTeaching slangs and idioms are very important to students who are interested in using (and blending) in an english culture. They are also fun for students who watch english movies and television. In many ways teachers can’t avoid idioms and slangs- there is songs, television, and popular culture. An idiom is a phrase used that can’t be translated literally. An example of an idiom is “get out of here!” This doesn’t mean leave, but…”really! You must be joking!” Another example is the commonly used “break a leg!” To someone taking literally meaning this phrase would have quite the opposite effect. This phrase instead of meaning “I hope you break your leg” means “good luck.” Slang is the street english and often can just be spoken within a group. An example would words like “gotta” or “bootylicious.” These words meaning are easier to decipher. There are also regional slangs- in Maine (USA) we often say “wicked cool.” Slang is used in informal situations with friends, whereas idioms (depending on the