What do most Canadians say?

What is a common saying in Canada?

EXPRESSIONS

“Eh?” Don’t you think? Conversational device that allows an unconfrontational canadian to turn a statement into a poll of opinion.
Canuck nickname for a Canadian
clicks slang for kilometres or kilometres per hour
hoser unsophisticated person
keener boot-licker, brown-noser, suck-up

What is slang for Canadian?

“Canuck” /kəˈnʌk/ is a slang term for a Canadian. … The origins of the word are uncertain. The term “Kanuck” is first recorded in 1835 as an Americanism, originally referring to Dutch Canadians (which included German Canadians) or French Canadians.

How do Canadians say hello?

Eh? – This is the classic Canadian term used in everyday conversation. The word can be used to end a question, say “hello” to someone at a distance, to show surprise as in you are joking, or to get a person to respond. It’s similar to the words “huh”, “right?” and “what?” commonly found in U.S. vocabulary.

Do Canadians say y all?

No, “y’all” is not a term Canadians use. We might say “you all”, as in “where are you all going?” but would only use “y’all” when imitating our southern neighbours.

How do Canadians say yes and no?

If a Canadian answers your question with “oh yea, no, for sure,” they are using slang for “yes”. Oh yea, no, for sure in a sentence: “Would you mind helping me move the couch?” “Oh yea, no, for sure.”

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Is goof a bad word?

The English word goof is informal, bordering on slang. You wouldn’t want to use it in formal speaking or a formal letter. But it’s not a “bad word” in the sense of an obscenity or profanity.

Can a 20 year old date a 16 year old in Canada?

There is nothing that prohibits someone in Canada from “dating” a minor, sixteen years of age and younger, so long as the date does not involve sexual activity.

How do Canadians say sorry?

However, the modern Standard Canadian accent is very similar to the General American accent which is used on US TV and movies. The US has more regional accents than Canada so many Americans speak something quite different from General American.