The essential bits of Sheffield slang every visitor HAS to knowÂ

Any visitor lucky enough heading to Sheffield needs to be prepared for a few things.Â

Thursday, 30th August 2018, 11:10 am
Updated Thursday, 30th August 2018, 11:16 am
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They need to be prepared for our amazing open spaces, the incredible bars and restaurants and the brilliantly friendly residents.

But there's one thing that visitors have to understand when they're coming to Sheffield '“ our way of speaking. 

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You don't need to go quite as far as learning an entirely new language but there are a few words and phrases that could definitely trip you up.

This could be particularly difficult for any students heading to Sheffield for the first time in a few weeks. 

Starting university is difficult enough without feeling like you're getting lost in translation.

Thankfully, the Twitter account Sheffield Uni Students have made a handy video of the 10 most important bits of lingo everyone needs to know. 

Ey up! '“ Exclamation (hello) A brew '“ Noun ( A cup of tea) Out '“ Pronoun (Anything) Nowt '“ Pronoun (Nothing) Mardy '“ Adjective (Moody) Love '“ Noun (General expression of endearment you can use for anyone. Especially strangers) Hendo's '“ Noun (Henderson's Relish) Kegs '“ Noun (Trousers)  9 While 5 '“ Noun (9 '˜Till 5) Neb '“ (To have a look)

If you think there are more essential bits of slang everyone should know, then let us know in the comments.