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The English language is fast in adapting to the changing world and has in recent years acquired many new words. Have you heard these new English words before?
• APPLEPICK - To steal someone's iPhone.
• BLOOK - A blend of 'book' and 'blog': a book written by a blogger.
• BROMANCE - Blend of 'brother' and 'romance'. A close non-sexual relationship between two men.
• COUCH COMMERCE - Buying goods online from one's home.
• ELANCER - A professional person who works from home and provides services on the internet.
• FREEMALE - A woman who is happy to stay single and independent so that she can do what she wants when she wants.
• HOTSPOT - Location in which wireless Internet access is available, for example in airports, hotels, train stations etc. (vs. NOTSPOT - An area where there is slow Internet access or no connection at all)
• INFOMANIA - Constantly checking and responding to email and text messages.
• MOCKTAIL - Non-alcoholic drink that looks like a cocktail.
• NEWBIE - A new member of any group, community, or activity.
• TWEETHEART - A user of the Twitter service who is very popular or admired, or with whom other users communicate a lot.