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  • The meaning of "Bruh" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. I think it's like "чувак"

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    2. Bruh another way to say bro

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    2. "Bruh" is slang for brother. People sometimes call their friends "bruh" or "bro. " "What's up, bruh? " "Nothing much. What's up with you? " "Did you see that new movie? How was it? " "Bruh, it was awesome! " "Bruh, are you serious? You gotta be kidding me. " This is slang, so you can't use it with everyone. Usually just friends.

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    2. They mean the same. Just different pronunciations of the same word.

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    2. bruh is like bro, which is short for brother. it's something you might say instead of using your friend's name.

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    2. "Bruh" is slang for "bro" which is also slang, it is used like saying "friend"

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    2. You speak very comfortably, I can tell that you're comfortable with English! :) Like said, homework is always singular. You would say "I'm too lazy to do IT, so I'm just going to delay IT". :) or perhaps something more colloquial, "I'm too lazy to do it, so I'm just going to hold off" Other than that, the only advice I'd give is to look out for "o" sounds. Your o in "home" sounds kind of like two sounds: ha-ome. Try to get rid of the "ah" and just get one sound, a long "o". The next "o" to look out for is in "do" when you say "homework to do". This sounds a bit like the French "u" as in "su" when I think you're looking for "ou" as in "tout". It sounds like there is a touch of an "e" in your o in "do" which comes out when you elongate it. The same thing happens very subtly in "too lazy". LASTLY your usage of "umm" and "I'm *just* gonna delay" really help to make you sound native. Your "umm" sounds a bit like "omm" but it's probably fine. If you want to work on it, try for more of a schwa for the "u" in umm :) Great work!!

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    2. It's slang for "bro" which is short for "brother". I've pronounced both. It is usually typed that way but not as often said. It's a fairly new colloquialism, and not one you'd really have reason to say. It's an extremely casual way to refer to a friend or someone you know. It would be perceived as rude and even as unintelligent if used when it's not appropriate. It's good to know what it is, but I wouldn't worry about using it.

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