PearlandIvory_

Assalamu Alaikum beautiful souls,
          	
          	I hope this message finds you in the best of health. And that your 10th of Muharam is blessed and fruitful. 
          	
          	I need a favour from readers who are from England. I am currently in the process of editting The Girl in the Green Scarf, and I struggling to figure out the right words English people use on commonly, as in slang and informal words in day-to-day life. And I am horrified that I would use a word wrongly or use a word that is not common. 
          	
          	So if anyone who has a word/words write them down in the comment with their use, I'd be grateful. 
          	
          	
          	Have a great day ahead of you.
          	Fe Aman Allah. 
          	

WeepliketheWind

@PearlandIvory_ People say 'cheers' instead of thanks, sometimes.
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_MissMoody_

@PearlandIvory_ Walaikum assalam wa Rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu... After a long time sister. Hope you and your fam is doing good.
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-ScatteredPearlz-

You know nothing really comes to my head straight away, and the use of slang changes literally every other day, but I managed to think of a few, here goes:
          	  
          	  Words like 'That's sick! Rad, epic, lit' are positive impressions, kind of like saying 'Amazing' 
          	  Then you have 'bruv, bro, fam, sis, pal, mate' usually used to refer to friends etc. Sometimes can be used for strangers too like 'Nice to meet you mate' or as casual conversation 'calm down bro.'
          	  'relax, chill, chillax, wind down, calm down' - don't really need to explain that LOL
          	  We also have a habit of merging words like 'wanna (want to) gonna (going to) Dontcha (don't you) Imma (I am) in everyday conversation like 'Imma head out' 'I dont wanna' etc.
          	  Teenagers have no sense of grammar in their everyday speech, like people will say 'I ain't (am not)' 'he aint (isn't) etc.
          	  Dunno if it's prevalent now, but the use of innit/enneh (isn't it) to punctuate the end of sentence to get someone to agree with you. E.g 'it's so cold enneh?'
          	  
          	  lastly, use of positive words with a bland tone or sarcastic tone to show something negative. ie, 'Yay,' she mumbled. 'Great.' She sighed etc.
          	  
          	  Hope that helps. Can't think of anything else. but if you have a certain scene etc you're struggling on regarding this, feel free to hit me up :)
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A_peep_into_the_past

Assalamu Alaikum dear @PearlandIvory_ .. The Girl In The Green Scarf was a masterpiece. I read it in like 3 days and can't express how I feel. Thank you for writing this work. I want to let you know that I am eagerly waiting for it's sequel, The Guy In The Black Leather Jacket. Please update soon. 
          Love you

InebaWrites

Asselam Alykum Werahmetullah.
          Wow. I finish writing a book. Who’d have thought. Would you believe in the very first draft, Talha gets shot in the end of Chapter 1? Needless to say, this story has come a LONG way. And it was not the story I set out to write. Regardless, it certainly didn’t happen on it’s own. I have got many support from different sites(not peoples), in so many ways, I don’t think ‘thank you’ is enough. But I’ll try. First and for most thanks google because I never knew this much of information but with its guide here i am for the first time of my life writing a book  I KNOW THAT SO LAME.
          Anyways for all of you who have been waiting for me to complete the book now is the best opportunity.
          https://www.wattpad.com/story/259919325

PearlandIvory_

Assalamu Alaikum beautiful souls,
          
          I hope this message finds you in the best of health. And that your 10th of Muharam is blessed and fruitful. 
          
          I need a favour from readers who are from England. I am currently in the process of editting The Girl in the Green Scarf, and I struggling to figure out the right words English people use on commonly, as in slang and informal words in day-to-day life. And I am horrified that I would use a word wrongly or use a word that is not common. 
          
          So if anyone who has a word/words write them down in the comment with their use, I'd be grateful. 
          
          
          Have a great day ahead of you.
          Fe Aman Allah. 
          

WeepliketheWind

@PearlandIvory_ People say 'cheers' instead of thanks, sometimes.
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_MissMoody_

@PearlandIvory_ Walaikum assalam wa Rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu... After a long time sister. Hope you and your fam is doing good.
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-ScatteredPearlz-

You know nothing really comes to my head straight away, and the use of slang changes literally every other day, but I managed to think of a few, here goes:
            
            Words like 'That's sick! Rad, epic, lit' are positive impressions, kind of like saying 'Amazing' 
            Then you have 'bruv, bro, fam, sis, pal, mate' usually used to refer to friends etc. Sometimes can be used for strangers too like 'Nice to meet you mate' or as casual conversation 'calm down bro.'
            'relax, chill, chillax, wind down, calm down' - don't really need to explain that LOL
            We also have a habit of merging words like 'wanna (want to) gonna (going to) Dontcha (don't you) Imma (I am) in everyday conversation like 'Imma head out' 'I dont wanna' etc.
            Teenagers have no sense of grammar in their everyday speech, like people will say 'I ain't (am not)' 'he aint (isn't) etc.
            Dunno if it's prevalent now, but the use of innit/enneh (isn't it) to punctuate the end of sentence to get someone to agree with you. E.g 'it's so cold enneh?'
            
            lastly, use of positive words with a bland tone or sarcastic tone to show something negative. ie, 'Yay,' she mumbled. 'Great.' She sighed etc.
            
            Hope that helps. Can't think of anything else. but if you have a certain scene etc you're struggling on regarding this, feel free to hit me up :)
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she_who_dreams

Assalam walaikum author!
          Hope you are doing good as you read this.
          I just completed reading your book and I am so so so happy that I came across such a beautiful piece of work!
          The story was so heart melting. I loved each and every word of it.
          Jazakallahu khair for writing such a great book.❤️

maishahoq

Assalamualaikum. 
          Is there a way I can contact you? An email or messenger? 
          
          This is important.  Thank you

maishahoq

@maishahoq i have sent you an email. Thank you.
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PearlandIvory_

@maishahoq WA Alaikum assalam
            I hope you are in good health.
            Sure you can fine me at my email serika.Yuuki.95@gmail.com 
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hanzmarmz

Hi!
          Just wanted to tell you,PearlandIvory, is that I COMPLETELY love  your book, the girl in the green scarf. It’s really good and it also helped me to learn a few tips for writing! 
          

Niqaabi_Believer

Assalamu Alaikum. Would you mind to check out the book 'His Heavenly Rose' by @striving_niqaabi? In Sha Allah you'll like the story full of fun, laugh, hidden love and family's unity. Please do try for once. Thank youuu. Stay well.

Silhouetted_soul

Hey writer, your writing is amazing and full of fun,emotions,love. Please republish the rest chapters of the book. I really want complete the book.

almasmushrafeen

Hey got to know you have take down your stories from here...its so sad...but actually i came here requesting from you to write the spin off of your story "The girl in green scarf" Please