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Date: Aug 26 2010

Themes: Friend, Party


1. Quote - Listen to the quote and guess what the slang means.

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“I have a great roof deck at my apartment building in New York where we’ve had some really chill get-togethers.”

- Actor Chace Crawford on bonding with his Gossip Girl cast mates. (Us Weekly)


1. Definition - Study the definition.

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relaxed; easy-going

2. Use - Learn how the slang is used.

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Chill is a little word that does a lot. As a slang term, we use it in many different situations. The actor Chace Crawford talks about having chill parties with his cast mates from the new movie Twelve. You might also have a chill friend, or hang out in a chill spot. In all these cases, chill means relaxed, low-key, and cool.

We can also use chill as a verb. When you chill with your friends, you hang out and socialize with them. But if someone isn’t acting cool, you might tell him to chill out, or calm down. And if someone asks you “What’s up?” you might tell him you’re “just chillin’.” That means you’re not doing anything, you’re just relaxing, taking it easy.

What are some chill spots to hang out in your city or village? How often do you chill with your friends?


1. Examples - Hear some example sentences.

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“My boss is so chill. He drinks beer at his desk.”

“Jake is looking for a chill spot to take his date tonight.”

“I like chill, relaxing vacations where you can just sit on the beach all day instead of running around trying to see all the sights.”


1. Winners - See who guessed the slang definition correctly.

angie.liu cool stuffs
by angie.liu
narsen92 That might be great or terrific, something like that.
by narsen92
anwar-bh to relax or calm down
by anwar-bh
Vadim V. Relax; calm down
by Vadim V.
chomo cool
by chomo
I think in this context, chill means great or cool.
by Mr.Bean's wife
by aunglawkeeshein
ok, fine or relax, hang out
by DecapitatedLucia
Seref I guess it means here: relaxation or rest
by Seref
Krasi party, meeting up
by Krasi
Gellerke laid-back, relaxing
by Gellerke

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Saudi Arabia

nice slang.I like to chill out with my friends in my free time and we often go to malls or coffee shops.Sometimes we go to public gardens but the weather doesn't encourage us to chill out there so we prefer to chill out in spots and Malls.

05:19 AM Aug 26 2010 |

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