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  • Mate is another word for a friend. For example, you could say, 'She's my best mate!' A mate can be a girl or a boy. mate (noun)
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  • Yeah means the same as yes. You don't normally write yeah, you just say it. "Would you like to look at my phone?" "YEAH!"
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  • If something is really good you can say it's awesome. Awesome means it's great.
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  • A cartoon is a funny film with characters, not real people. "Like Bart Simpson. He's my favourite cartoon character."
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  • A celebrity is a famous person who you might see on TV. "Who's your favourite celebrity?"
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  • When you tickle someone you touch them with your fingers and make them laugh. "Stop tickling me!"
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  • Messy is another word for untidy. "Look how messy this floor is! I hope you're going to tidy it up!" "OK, OK."
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  • Chat is another word for talk. Usually you chat with your friends. "What are you two chatting about?"
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  • When you're cheeky you're a little bit rude, but in a funny way. "Don't do that to the teacher! You'll get in trouble!"
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  • fan
    A fan is someone who follows a person or a sport. "I'm United's biggest fan!"
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  • To chill means to relax. "What are you doing?" "I'm just chilling."
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  • When you press a button on a mouse you click. "Would you like to start this game?" "Yeah, just click."
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  • A fizzy drink has lots of bubbles in it. "This is my favourite fizzy drink." "Now that sounds fizzy!"
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  • A comic is like a magazine, with stories told in pictures. "This is my favourite comic, I get it every week."
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  • A rucksack is a bag that you wear on your back. People call it a backpack too. "My school bag's a rucksack and it's always really heavy."
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  • A playground is a place for children to play and have fun. "This is our school playground."
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  • A nickname is a name only your really good friends call you. "My nickname's Coco" "And mine's Welly-bobs!"
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  • When you swap something with a friend they give you something and you give them something in exchange.
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  • Spooky is another word for scary. "I really like spooky stories."
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  • Fave is a shorter way to say favourite. "Do you want a crisp?" "Mmm, salt and vinegar. They're my fave."
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  • If someone is spoilt it means they get everything that they want. "My mate Jack got a laptop, a phone, some trainers and a bike for his birthday!"
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  • A secret is something that only you and a few other people know and you mustn't tell anybody else. "What are you two whispering about?"
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  • When you recycle rubbish, you put it in a special container so it is used again. "Do you recycle rubbish at home?"
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  • Rubbish is stuff that you put in the bin, or it can mean really bad. "Like this book. It's rubbish!"
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  • A password is a secret word. Sometimes you use it for websites. "I'm not telling you my password, it's a secret."
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  • A party is when you get together with family and friends to celebrate something special.
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  • Nonsense is something silly or stupid. "My baby sister talks nonsense sometimes."
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  • Online means on the internet. "I go online to listen to my favourite music." "So, do I."
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  • A nightmare is a really bad or frightening dream. "Like being chased by a shark?" "Yeah, or trapped in a well."
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  • When something's really, really nice, you can say it's lush. "Yeah, like her outfit. It's really lush." "Thanks!"
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