Category Archive: British Slang Podcasts

Nov 24

British Slang Podcast 40: “Banter”

 

British Slang Podcast 40 is about the slang noun, “banter”. Please listen and download below and do the same with all the free podcasts on the British English website as well as the iTunes store:

 

http://www.learnbritishenglish.co.uk/category/british-slang-podcasts/

 

Nov 17

British Slang Podcast 39: “Torrid”

 

British Slang Podcast 39 is about multiple slang uses of the adjective “torrid”.

 

Please listen and download for free:

 

 

Nov 11

British Slang Podcast 38: “Sketchy”

 

Please listen for free to British Slang Podcast 38, about the word “sketchy”:

 

 

Nov 04

British Slang Podcast 37: “Hairy”

 

British Accent Podcast 37 is now free for you to listen to and download.

 

It’s about the slang usage of “hairy”, which has a similar meaning to “scary” in this context:

 

 

Oct 21

British Slang Podcast 36: Chuffed

British Slang Podcast 36 is about the adjective “chuffed” which has a similar meaning to “pleased” and “happy”.

 

Please listen and download for free, below. Here are the other episodes:

http://www.learnbritishenglish.co.uk/category/british-slang-podcasts/

 

Oct 12

British Slang Podcast 35: “Freezing”

 

Please listen to and download British Slang Podcast 35 below, for free!

 

It’s about the slang adjective we use to describe the weather when it’s very cold, “freezing”:

 

 

Oct 06

British Slang Podcast 34: “Gammy”

“Gammy” is a British adjective which we use to describe something which is broken / faulty / not working properly. It can be used to talk about a range of objects.

 

Please listen and download for free, below:

 

 

Sep 28

British Slang Podcast 33: “Poorly”

 

British Slang Podcast 33 is now free to listen to and download. It’s about the adjective “poorly”, which is a substitute for “ill”, or “unwell”:

 

 

Sep 21

British Slang Podcast 32: “Cuppa”

British Slang Podcast 32 is about the word “cuppa”, which we use to talk about a cup of tea.

 

Please listen and download for free, below:

 

Sep 13

British Slang Podcast 31: “Butcher’s”

British Slang Podcast 31 discusses the usage of a cockney rhyming slang term: “butcher’s (hook)” which means “look”.

 

Please listen and download for free, below:

 

 

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