1. The first letter in the Canadian Alphabet.
2. What Canadians
say after every sentence.
3. Something that people say when someone else is wrong about something.
Eh, B, C, D...
How about them Canucks eh?
Person A: Let's go see Rio!
Person B: Eh!
Used when someone is asking you how you are and you aren't really sure how you are.
Could be a replacement for the word confused: unsure of how you feel.
Amanda: "How are you today?"
Sue: "Eh, Could be better."
That one is beyond great he's EH.
Dude, she's an EH, she ain't just got looks, and brains.
A filler, basically, usually added to the end of a sentance. Stereotypically said to be incessantly used by Canadians, just like everyone thinks all American teenaged girls with blonde hair say 'like' repeatedly, only 'eh' isn't so incredibly obnoxious IMO. Personally I've lived with canadians that say it, others that don't. Depends on the canuck. Plenty of Americans say it too. Can also be likened to the habit of adding 'then' to soften a sentance.
'so you see what I'm saying, eh?'
'you want to go to the mall, then?;
A word that is generalized as being used by Canadians. This is however just a generalization and although there may be some truth, not all Canadians will inject this at the end of a sentance. Made popular by Hollywood. The stereotype is made fun of in Canadian sitcoms.
Joe: Great show eh?
-Used here as some might use the word right
. To make sure that the person you are talking to is paying attention.
Joe: Great show right?
slang. a word all the cool kids use. can be used as a substitute for whatever
; also used as an adjective to describe something, such as checking someone out.
eh, that's all right i guess.
eh he/she is okay.
a stereo-type made from americans that think we say it all the time. But when actually used, it used to make sure the listner comprehends or is even still listening, also a short way of asking after an opinion if the listner agrees with you or not.
BOB: "americans think we say "eh" all the time did you know that eh?"
SUE: Really? like how they think we live in igloo's and ride around on dog sleds aswell?