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13 Funny British English Phrases & Slang Words To Say ‘DRUNK’ | Advanced English Speaking Practice

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13 Funny British English Phrases & Slang Words To Say ‘DRUNK’ | Advanced English Speaking Practice With Nysha #britishenglish #lslangwords #advancedenglish

Hey guys....Did you know that Britian has over a 100 different words to describe the word 'drunk'? Of course, getting drunk is not something to be proud of, but expressing that you or someone else had a bit too much to drink, doesn't have to sound like you've done the worst thing in the world! Drinking alcohol plays a bigger role in British culture compared to the cultures in other countries as the British do love their alcohol and are famous for it around the world. Going down to the pub, known as a bar in other countries, to have a few pints (meaning beers) is part of British culture and a way of socializing after a hard day's work or relaxing and letting your hair down over the weekend. While other countries may have one day to celebrate their country's abiding love for alcohol, the British have three: yesterday, today and tomorrow. Therefore, it's not surprising to know that the people of the UK have various amusing ways to express being drunk. I'm Nysha, your English coach and you're watching me on your favourite channel to learn English, Let's Talk. Why should you always just use the word drunk..when the English had come up with so many fascinating ways to say the same? Today I'm going to share with you 13 rather unique and funny British English words and phrases you can learn which the Brits use to describe their interest in getting drunk and actually being drunk.

At Let’s Talk we always try to bring you English lessons that are practical and easy to implement in Real-life English conversations. Learning textbook English, such as Grammar, writing, reading would not make you fluent in English. You have to increase your vocabulary and learn short English phrases for everyday English conversations.

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