Yo. = means "hey / hello"
the term "tipoff" is used when talking about police or girlfriends, "Who tipped off my mom?" (and told her I left the cup on the table without a coaster.)
* a coaster = is placed under a cup so that it does not leave a water stain on the wood. *
"The cops are here!" said the crook (thief). "You tipped them off?"
"Who tipped of my girlfriend that I was going to a party? She is texting me, saying that I am not allowed to go."
anyways. I would love to help you learn how to speak fluent, cultural, function English. Canadian English is JUST called English. we use 100% all the same grammar rules.
90km = 55m 50km=30m. nothing else matters about kilometers vs miles
water boils at 100'c.
water freezes at 0'c.
30'c Celsius is a hot day.
we still measure pool temperature in Fahrenheit.
we cook in Fahrenheit.
and it can still snow at 10'c. but 20'c is great weather.
-20'c is when it starts to really feel cold when the wind is blowing.
second tip. "Perspiring" is a word I have heard so little... I actually wonder what it means.
it is kms not KMs
When measuring distance. not speed. whether you use miles or kilometers doesn't matter to us. All major Canadian cities are close enough to the American boarder and our Cars say Miles in them too.
ah - bow - t.
Is how I say it.
Owe. as in "Owe I hurt my self." [Ouch]
oh ahahah. Calgarian. I'll stop there. they are like hicks of Canada. They are so stuck in their own little world I wouldn't know if they even know which direction the way out of town is XD
The great Plains XD ahah. I would suggest that if your having breakfast. Pretend your in the USA. there is no difference. there is a restaurant for every variety and none is a specific Canadian culture. You have people who go to THEIR OWN favorite places which they pretend are famous.. but really. Welcome to whatever you want. This is Canada. we should have it all.
Worlds richest country.