Question: How Do You Say Awesome In British?

Do we pronounce the L in world?

Don’t say the ‘r’ in ‘world’.

Not even a tiny bit, it is completely silent as it is followed by a consonant.

The ‘l’ in world is dark because it comes after a vowel sound.

Your tongue should raise at the back and the front, it is a very soft sound, not like the clear /l/ you find at the beginning of a word..

How do you say crazy in British slang?

Barmy: crazy, insane; always derogatory.

How do you say things in British?

Some words are pronounced in very different ways in the UK to the US….Words that are pronounced differently in the UK and in the US.WordUK pronunciationUS pronunciationOftenOF-uhnOF-tuhnHerbhERBHURBPrivacyPRIV-uh-seePRAI-vuh-seeNeitherNIGH-thuhNEE-thuh6 more rows•3 days ago

Why do British say bloody?

It’s a way of being profane without being offensive. “Bloody” is pretty archaic and almost acceptable as a swear word. Mostly its a London word and pronounced “blardy”.

What does Tosh mean?

: sheer nonsense : bosh.

How do you say cool in British?

Brits have a plethora of equivalent words, but as a previous replier stated ‘cool’ to a Brit sounds dated and very US. ‘Neat’, would be something similar in the British lexicon….Cool does get used a lot, but there’s a whole scale of other options like..That’s wicked mate! … Yess GET IN! … Did you see the match? … Quality.

What can I say instead of literally?

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR LITERALLYabsolutely.as a matter of fact.de facto.genuinely.in fact.in point of fact.in reality.in truth.More items…

How do you use the word literally?

In its standard use literally means ‘in a literal sense, as opposed to a non-literal or exaggerated sense’, for example: I told him I never wanted to see him again, but I didn’t expect him to take it literally. They bought the car and literally ran it into the ground.

What are common British phrases?

12 British Sayings Americans Don’t Understand“They lost the plot.” … “I haven’t seen that in donkey’s years.” … “Quit your whinging!” … “He’s such a chav.” … “You’ve thrown a spanner in the works.” … “Let’s have a chinwag.” … “I’m chuffed to bits.” … “That’s manky.”More items…•