Top 5 English Expressions: Forget all the Others, these are THE Coolest Idioms!

My Top 5 English Expressions

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1. Aggro = “Aggro” means that somebody is very aggressive or violent. You can use it to describe someone who gets angry easily.

e.g. “My friend John is a great person, but sometimes he can get a bit aggro!”

2. to Bunk Off = When you “bunk-off” you don’t go somewhere when you are supposed to.

e.g. “I bunked off school today. I should have been there at 1pm but I was so tired I just went home!”

e.g. “I’m going to bunk off school tomorrow! I didn’t do my homework so I’m scared to see my teacher!”

3. Cake hole = “Cake hole is another word for “mouth”. We call it a cake hole, because it is a hole in your face, which you put cake/food in. You tell somebody to “shut their cake hole” when you want them to stop talking.

e.g. “Johnny was saying bad things about me today, so I told him to shut his cake hole!”

4. Cranky = When somebody is in a bad mood, we say they are “cranky“.

e.g. “My English teacher is always cranky when we don’t do our homework!”

5. A Dead Cert = When you are 100% certain about something, you can say it is a “dead-cert”

e.g. “I’m going to the party with Jordi, Juan and Ana and Dave is a dead cert so there will be at least 5 of us!”

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