The Dictionary of the Teenage Slanguage will give parents an insight into their offsprings’ conversation by explaining words like ‘cray’, ‘bare’, ‘dench’ and ‘swag’.
(PRWEB UK) 28 March 2013
Center Parcs, the UK’s number one short break provider, has released an infographic to help confused and puzzled parents understand what their teenagers are really saying.
The Dictionary of the Teenage Slanguage will give parents an insight into their offsprings’ conversation by explaining words like ‘cray’, ‘bare’, ‘dench’ and ‘swag’. Also included are helpful examples of the terms used in everyday life, which will prove invaluable in allowing parents to embark on communication with their kids.
The English language is continually changing and is estimated to be expanding by approximately 8,500 words per year. With slang words coming in and out of style quicker than the seasons change, many parents have been left scratching their heads in confusion, believing teenagers to be speaking a different language. Center Parcs produced this slang dictionary in time for the Easter break, to give parents a helping hand in communicating with their teenagers during this time.
The full infographic can be viewed on the Center Parcs website at http://www.centerparcs.co.uk/uk-slang-dictionary.
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