It’s humiliating, irritating, outrageous and meaningless or more like beyond the pale. It symbolizes my aspect of hatred. What do you think?
Slang is a playground language.
Like little boys used to make up at school, little secret niche words, but these numbnuts have not left it in the playground.
“Cuz” “dunna” “yah” “na”, STOP. STOP. I mean this is absolutely insane. This simply breaks the law of grammar, creating another language, and brings disgrace to the word ENGLISH.
Most of the country cannot spell or speak English so what hope has slang got?
The problem is, that there are too many numbnuts who now use slang as their main language and know no different.
The same type of numbnuts, find it impossible to separate reality from fiction.
Their slang language is a marginalised fictional world used by mainly gangs, and also by the occassional Muppet BBC DJ, it has an essential gangland “bruvers” dialect.
All they have to do is basically open their mouths and they advertise the fact they are numbnuts.
Well in my point of view wouldn’t it be more mature if you speak proper English I mean do they even exist in the world’s dictionaries? NO, because they aren’t words and have no definitions.
The possibility for someone to respect a person speaking proper English is higher than someone speaking slang. It would be easily misinterpreted as rude. Do you even have the right to call yourself English well “slangish” is more likely appropriate for you.
Slang sounds like kids struggling to pronouns their new words or more like lunatic chickens grousing.
Well i see that as laziness shortening your words into despicable features. “Cuz i aint bovered” is not going to make any difference.
Slang destroys the link between generations cutting off all ties connected. People are unconsciously digging their own generation out from its roots. Meaning slang ruins relationships between people in society. Furthermore it creates difficulties and conflict in communication with older people who have been used to proper English, while they become stuck to this new deceitful language which is Awkward to comprehend.
Slang merely spoils peoples English and is a bad influence to young people it predominantly causes violence and is known as unrespectable speech. Meaning inappropriate words like swearing come from slang.
I don’t distinguish why people adore chewing their language, forcing groundless characteristics through their tongues. I wonder where your exhausted brains disappeared to. If i were your pitiful brain id grow sincerely dissatisfied and force my way out of your dense head into a more advanced, or respectable person. That person would prober ably treat me superiorly, talking reasonable language. It’s someone who deserves a brain unlike some disgraceful living individuals who aren’t worthy to be knows as human beings.
Slang is hard to understand if someone says “see you layaa” (meaning later) i would misunderstand it as layer and be in dispute with them. This indicates that slang devastates relationships between people in society. Language is an important part of communication, meaning Slang would effect communications between people producing a barrier in between, causing a different accent. This would make it difficult to converse between other people from all parts of the country.
Furthermore the disaster wouldn’t stop at this point it would continue to form a fence among foreigners who have attempted to learn English for their own circumstances to approach this country or to come live here. But unfortunately they would get torn in disbelief due to the fact they don’t understand a single word of slang finding difficulties to communicate with “slangish” people. Even though you find most foreigners acquainted, with speaking and writing better English which is embarrassing and shameful to British citizens who speak slang.
English is a rich, dynamic, rapidly evolving language, but clarity and precision of meaning is being lost through use of a mispronounced, restricted vocabulary that reflects decades of poor education in grammar and literature, and the persistent use of ‘Estuary English’ in the TV ‘soaps’.
Moreover some young people’s language is becoming saturated by slang, leaving them ill-equipped to communicate in the wider world.
Of course people sound less intelligent when they talk like Lauren from Catherine Tate’s show – most don’t realise that Catherine Tate herself is a very intelligent and a well spoken woman out of character.
Unfortunately it’s spreading with that silly Fatboy character in Eastenders.
Sloppy language creates a mass of unintelligence making people sound absolutely stupid do you like sounding stupid? That’s an obvious no. then why speaks slang? Slang effects education and produces lack of knowledge causing fails mostly in English exams. It’s making kids sound so thick and of low intelligence, you only have to listen to certain teenagers that use “innit” as a means to punctuate what they’re saying. “Oh-my-days” is another particularly irritating phrase when delivered in the usual forced jerky manner, along with “Oh-my-god”.
I’m appalled at the apparent lack of understanding many kids have of our beautiful language, it seems even education has been dumped down for the little dears so they can all ‘achieve’.
On the wider front, it demonstrates to me that our education system is not doing its duty accurately, what happened to a rap on the knuckles for lapsing into slang in school, what happened to detention, what happened to being made to write lines?
The education system is not doing its job properly. Neither is the media, like the BBC which should as a public broadcaster is maintaining standards of proper speech. Neither is the government, which should be doing something to restore pride in our language which has enormous power when not debased by fools.
You should also know the fact that sophisticated language is necessary in finding a better employment. Slang would only make you end up as a rubbish man or a burger seller finding it difficult to pay your bills suffering in life from something that would be additionally described as worshiped.