The virtual world is full of slang and abbreviations in virtually every language. To understand the content of the message, therefore, it is necessary to understand these expressions, which are increasingly present in the vocabulary of young people and adults.
In order not to miss any more details of conversations on the internet and take the meanings literally, see 10 abbreviations in English that are widely used in everyday life. Check out!
This is the abbreviation of the expression “oh my God”. Darling of Brazilians, especially women, the phrase means “oh my God”. Usually, the expression is said when the person is surprised by some situation.
When you want to thank someone, just use one of these acronyms. They are abbreviations of the term “thanks”, which – as you already know – means “thank you”.
This is yet another abbreviation that is constantly present in app conversations and social networks. It means that the person is laughing a lot. To be more exact, “LOL” is short for “laughing out loud” — which, in literal translation, is “to laugh”.
Will you need to take a break from chatting for a while and want to let your colleagues know shortly? Then just say: “brb”. If they speak the language well and are fluent in English, they will know that this acronym stands for the term “be right back” — a synonym for “I'm back now”, in Portuguese.
Have you seen this abbreviation several times but still can't get the gist of the message? So, enough of the mystery. The “btw” replaces the expression “by the way”. Still don't understand the context? It's simple. The expression is used to insert a subject that is already being addressed. It's something like "by the way" and "by the way".
Do you think it's just? So know that there is still more. The term “kinda” summarizes the expression “kind of” — translating to our language, it means “a little” or “kind of”. Therefore, there are several possibilities to use this abbreviation.
When saying goodbye to someone close to you, you can easily use the abbreviation “H&K”. It's not a prank, after all, it is synonymous with "hugs and kisses" - that is, "hugs and kisses".
Whoever said that only Brazilians have the habit of reducing the term “you” is wrong. Proof of this are the natives of countries that have English as their main language. For them, the term “you” can be replaced by “u”.
A friend invited you to a PVT party and you, not quite understanding what it was, declined the invitation? Don't worry, this doesn't have to happen anymore, because now you know that “pvt” is the abbreviation for “private”. That is, something private, private. Easy, isn't it?
Has someone dropped the ball and is retracting with you? So, you can answer “no problem” or, for short, “np”. Direct, to the point and bluntly, you're saying it's okay.
The fact is that there are numerous abbreviations in English and there is no escaping them. So, take a little time out of your day and dedicate yourself to learning them — at least those that are most used in everyday life. Combined?
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