To curse means to swear, to use a “bad’ word or expression, especially when you’re angry.
At ESLPod.com, we don’t think it is a good idea for you to curse in English.
But you CAN express your strong emotions and feelings by using “nicer” words.
In this video, learn how and when to use these expressions *instead* of swear words:
-frack/frick/flip (for the “F word”)
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