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The Effect of Slang and IdiomsTeaching slang and idioms of the English language can be considered controversial. Some might consider it to be impure or polluting, others consider it necessary; regardless, all native speakers use slang and idioms, at a minimum, daily. As David Burke implies, using them are ?essential to integrate into our culture; without slang or idioms, students will always be outsiders.? From personal experience as a foreign exchange student to Buenos Aires, learning Argentine slang helped me assimilate into their culture and was participating in many more conversations where I felt I could be a part of them. After leaving argentina and resumed taking Spanish courses, my teachers and fellow students were often baffled at my use of slang and idioms, and more often than not, had to explain what I was actually saying. Unfortunately, I had to phase out certain slangs and idioms because there was no use to saying them in the united states, especially in academic Spanish classes. I realized how important it was to me after returning to argentina because I felt I could relate much more effectively to Argentineans in their own dialect. According to TheFreeDictionary.com, slang is ?a kind of language