Saturday's Slang


"ain't" is a slang negative that is often used in American speech and in songs. It can be used instead of "am not," "are not," "do not" "does not," etc. 
You can hear some examples of "ain't" in the song "The Way I Are" by Timabaland ft. Keri Wilson: "I ain't got no money, I ain't got no car to take you on a date" means "I don't have money, I don't have a car to take you on a date"

Freak out
"freak out" is a phrasal verb that can mean to get very anxious, worried, scared, or angry very quickly.

-I freaked out when I saw my test score.
-She really freaked me out when she said that.
-My mom freaked out when she found out I was in the hospital.
-I have to tell you something, and I don't want you to freak out.

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