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Popular Slang from 2011

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ID: QW0235 Intermediate
Even though the year 2011 is behind us, the slang words popularized then are still just as useful as ever. Tune in as the Qing Wen team breaks down some of the most popular and commonly used words from the internet and pop culture. Don't forget to leave your comments and questions below along with any other slang from last year that you find particularly useful!
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nà jīntiān wǒmen yào jiǎng de hěn duō cí ,dàjiā kěnéng dōu méiyǒu tīng guo 。
Today we're going to talk about a number of words; you may not have heard any of them before.
rúguǒ nǐ bù zhīdào ,nǐ jiù out le 。
If you don't know them, you'll be "out!"
èrlíngyīyī nián zuì hóng de yī ge cí 。
The most popular word of 2011.
hold zhù
To keep things under control.
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