People have been inventing slang forever, and while some slang words last for centuries, the slang lexicon is always changing.Each budding generation comes up with its own language or languages, generally used among peers.
Last week we blogged and shared our latest resource on language and generations – a set of (virtual) flip-cards titled, How to Speak Gen Z: The alphabet according to Generation Z. It was such a hit, we decided to make it into a printable resource for you!
For more information on youth slang and language, Mark McCrindle has written a book titled Word Up: A Lexicon and Guide to Communication in the 21st Century, which boasts such chapters as Influences on 21st Century Language, Literacy and the New Generations, and Youth Slang.
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