*** WARNING: Inside this course, the swear words are NOT censored. If you are easily offended or wish to avoid swear words, DO NOT TAKE THIS COURSE. ***
Our goal is NOT to turn you into an ugly monster who swears like crazy. Our goal IS to make you more fluent in English and better understand people when they use phrases with the word "f#ck".
THIS COURSE IS A SAFE PLACE FOR YOU TO LEARN SWEAR WORDS AND SAFE ALTERNATIVES COMMONLY USED BY NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS.
Many people say, "It’s not polite to swear," "You shouldn’t swear," or "Swearing is offensive." Guess what? They’re right! However, there’s a BIG problem: Swear words are a HUGE part of EVERY language! Swear words are frowned upon, but they're used everywhere: in movies, in videos, in songs, in conversations, on the internet, when we get emotional, etc, etc, etc.
Because swear words are potentially offensive, does that mean we shouldn’t understand them?
Because swear words are SO common and potentially offensive, it’s that much MORE important to understand them. It's also important to learn useful alternatives so there's no need to swear.
We're NOT saying it’s good to swear. We ARE saying it’s important to understand what swear words mean. This way, we can improve our English fluency and be more confident.
IN THIS COURSE, STUDENTS WILL:
• Learn, practice, and master phrases with "F#ck".
• Learn, practice, and master similar and opposite expressions WITHOUT swearing.
• Learn various safe alternatives and see them used in real life conversations.
• See LOTS of conversations where the target phrases and expressions are used.
• Answer LOTS of conversation questions to demonstrate understanding and mastery.
Meet your instructor
My courses provide a fun environment in which you can improve your English and American Sign Language (ASL) skills. Since 2012, I have successfully taught customized ASL and English courses to students from around the world. I have advanced degrees in Spanish and Criminal Justice. Prior to living in SE Asia, I was a U.S. Federal Investigator. Before that, I was a police officer. I'm fluent in English, Spanish, American Sign Language, and Indonesian. I look forward to working with you.