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English Conversation + QUIZ | "a bed of roses"

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8 Lessons (1h 14m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:22
    • 2. Lesson Information

      1:01
    • 3. Watch A Conversation

      1:36
    • 4. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases Part 1

      15:02
    • 5. Quiz #1 and Review

      11:54
    • 6. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases Part 2

      34:26
    • 7. Quiz #2 and Review

      7:06
    • 8. Review & Conclusion

      1:29
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IN THIS LESSON, we use a conversation containing a common English idiom to:

• Explore important English vocabulary and phrases
• Sharpen your English communication skills
• Improve your English proficiency

IN THIS LESSON WE'LL:

(1) Watch and analyze a conversation with a target idiom
(2) Explore and explain phrases and vocabulary used in the conversation
(3) Use pictures and images to guarantee deep understanding
(4) Take TWO quizzes!
(5) Have some fun improving your English

THIS LESSON WILL:

• Boost your conversational proficiency
• Improve your capacity to successfully use a common English idiom
• Increase your overall vocabulary by learning alternative ways to say essential words and phrases
• Increase your confidence and ability to communicate using the English language

LET'S HAVE SOME FUN ANALYZING AN ENTERTAINING CONVERSATION AND MAKE YOU MORE FLUENT IN ENGLISH.

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1. Introduction: robbing the candy factory with a bed of roses. All right, so let's talk about a bed of roses. So let's see, Here are other ways to say it was a bed of roses. It was so easy. It was uncomplicated and simple. All right, so we have five different sentences. Five different ways to say it was a bed of roses. It was trouble free for you because you escaped. And I'm gonna give you other ways to say you escaped. You fled, as in You fled. You ran away. Yes. Quiz number two. All right, let's see. Are you guys ready? I think so. We're going to start with a question number one. Um, the girl escaped because the man waas a moron. The genius, a weirdo. 2. Lesson Information: we are live. Great. Okay. So let's bring up my stuff here. Okay? So I'm Michael. From able lingo, our motto is Improve your English become more valuable. Okay, so let's talk about what are we going to do today? Well, I'm so glad you asked. Because let me just get something here. Oh, hello Said I'm Dang is here. Hello. Good evening. Okay. Well, today, this is what we're going to do. We are going to use a conversation. We're gonna watch the conversation, analyze the conversation, talk about phrases and vocabulary. Use pictures to help understand, take two quizzes. That's right to not one but two quizzes, All right. And hopefully we can have some fun Learning English should be fun. Um 3. Watch A Conversation: Okay, so the first thing we're going to do is watch the conversation. All right, then we'll do it with sound. Let me turn it on. Okay, here we go. This is the conversation that we're going to use today, and it uses the idiom a bed of roses. Okay, here we go. Robbing the candy factory with a bed of roses. What? I was caught and put in jail for two years. Oh, well, for me, it was a bed of roses. It was trouble free for you because you escaped. Why did you stop to eat candy while the guards were chasing us? I was scared. I froze. The candy was delicious because you stopped to eat candy. My escape was a bed of roses. The candy was delicious. What happened after the guards caught you? Okay, I think you guys know already. When I hear the music, I have to cut a rug. I have to dance just a little bit. Okay, So that was the conversation. And they used the idiom A bed of roses, I think, at least two times 4. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases Part 1: Okay, so let's get started and talk. Ah, Boat. We're gonna analyze this conversation. All right. I see in the comments we have said I'm dying and we have rock God. Rocket rocket. Well, welcome to both of you. And whoever else is is watching. Ah, feel free to leave comments. I will be watching the comments. So if you have questions or if you want to help me if you have other ways to say the things , the words and phrases I will be saying Great. Okay, so here we go. Let's start with the first part of the conversation. Robbing the candy factory with a bed of roses robbing the candy factory was a pad of roses . All right, so let's talk about a bed of roses. Okay? So let's see. Here are other ways to say it was a bed of roses. It was so easy. It was a piece of cake, huh? Piece of cake is another idiom we'll get back to in just a moment. It took hardly any effort at all. It was trouble free and effortless. It was uncomplicated and simple. All right, so we have five different sentences. Five different ways to say it was a bed of roses. So we have actually to idioms here. They're a little bit different, but quite similar. A bed of roses means something is easy, right? It's not difficult. It's trouble free and effortless the effortless means and does not take much effort. It's easy to do, and uncomplicated is the opposite of complicated. Right? We haven't hear piece of cake. It was a piece of cake in the idiom piece of cake. Hahaha Rock! God says it was simple, right? So piece of cake means something is easy. It's not difficult. It was a bed of roses. Mm. Okay, so let's do some pronunciation. Repeat after me. And if you repeat after me, put some apples in the comments and that lets me know that you are participating. Okay, Here goes. Repeat after me. It was a bed of roses. It was so easy. It was a piece of cake. It took hardly any effort at all. It was trouble free and effortless. It was uncomplicated and simple. Okay. And if we see the picture right here, one plus one equals two. If this was the math question on your test, you would say Ah, that test was a bed of roses. It was a piece of cake. It was so easy. Right? One plus one is two. It was easy. All right, let's continue with the conversation. Ah, Kony from is in the comments. They say, hey, hello and welcome. All right to the next part in the conversation we go. What? I was caught and put in jail for two years. Oh, no, Don't know what? I was caught and put in jail for two years. All right, so I was put in jail. So this guy down here, you can see he's wearing the uniform of the clothing that people wear if their prisoner or if they're in jail, right. The striped clothing, striped hat, striped, ah, shirt, long sleeve shirt, button up. And I was put into jail. And he doesn't look very happy because he's behind ours. He's in jail. So here, or other ways to say I was put in jail, you could say, Oh, and if you guys have other ways that you think how other ways we can say in English, I was put in jail, put him in the comments. All right, here we go. you can say I was locked? No, As in they put you in there and they lock. They locked the door, right? I was locked up. Ah ha. Raghad says behind bars. Yes, I was put in jail. All right. You could say I was locked up. Or you could say they locked me up, so they locked me up. We have. Ah. What is it? Passive voice and active voice, Right. So they locked me up. It took the action and they threw me in jail. You could say I was put in prison, or you could say they put me in prison. Right? But we have the passive voice. Someone else is doing something to me. And the active voice. They're the ones taking the action and grabbing men putting me in prison. All right, let's see, I was put in a correctional facility, all right? I was put in a correctional facility to try to fix my behavior because, you know, I guess the guy he robbed the candy factory, right? So they caught him, all right. And another one is I waas put in the big house. All right? The big house is another way to say jail. All right, let's see. Layla Almeida says arrested. Well, arrested is the first step, right? That's the first step before they bring you to jail. Right? So they have to arrest you. That's step One. And then they bring into the jail. They probably do a lot of paperwork, and then they lock you up. They put you in prison or they put you in jail where they put you in a correctional facility. Correctional means, like they're trying to fix you and make it so you never do the bad behavior again. And then, ah, slang term. It's quite informal is you could say the big house, and that just means jail. Okay. All right. So let's continue in the conversation for two years. Oh, well, for me, it was a bed of roses. It was trouble free for you because you escaped. You escaped? Uh huh. All right, let's see. Rock had says they use handcuffs. Yes, they use handcuffs and they put your wrist together and they go click. Click, right. Okay, So he says it was trouble free for you because you escaped. We look at the picture here, we can see three birds maybe doves, I don't know, flying out of the cage. So they are escaping from the bird cage. So the sentences you escaped, and I'm gonna give you other ways to say you escaped. All right, here we go. You could say you got away. You say you got out. They didn't catch you. You weren't cut. You could also say you made it out. Ah ha. Rocket says feed fleed. Ha! You could say, Let's see you fled. As in you fled. You ran away, right? Uh, corn, Ephrem says got free. Okay. All right. Thank you. Wonderful. Okay, so you fled. You got away, You got free. You were able to escape. All right, so repeat after me. Let's do some pronunciation. All right. Well, Sarah most says hello. Hello, Teacher. Finally, I am here. Welcome. Okay. All right. Let's see. Saddam Deng says you are out of danger now, OK? Right. If you escape, you probably escaped from the danger. All right, so let's pronunciation Repeat after me. You escaped. You got away, you got out. They didn't catch you. You weren't caught. You made it out. You fled as in You ran away, right? You ran away and you got free. All right. Rocket says you broke out, but we could say the birds broke out. And let's see when we're talking about in the conversation. Says it was trouble free for you because you escaped. They weren't in jail yet. They had just They were robbing the candy factory. Have someone found out what they were doing. So they didn't break out of jail yet because they both didn't get caught, but they escaped. But rocket you broke out is still the right idea. But if we use you broke out, that means you. You know, you escaped from some place, maybe a cage or the jail or the prison. Okay, so these air other ways to say you escaped. The whole idea is you weren't caught, right? Okay. All right, let's move ahead in the conversation. Will repeat this part because you escaped. Why did you stop to eat candy while the guards were chasing us? Okay, I think there's a problem with their plan or there was a problem with their plan. Why did you stop to eat candy while the guard guards were chasing us? Okay, so I'm gonna give you other ways to say while they were chasing us. That was kind of a long question, right? Why did you stop eating? Stopped eat candy while the guards were chasing us. But I guess they were inside. They were stealing from the candy factory. And maybe the alarm went off. The bells mean earning a rainer. And the guards came running, and they're chasing them. Right? But the guy stopped to eat candy while they were chasing us. So why did you stop to eat candy while they were pursuing us? Uh, why did you stop to eat candy while they were coming after us? Good. Ah, Rock had perfect timing, right? That's just what I said. Wonderful. Why did you stop to be a candy while we were trying to escape? Mm. Why did you stop to eat candy while they were running after us? And see, Why did you stop to eat candy while they were following us? Ah said I'm dating. Perfect timing. Wonderful. Okay, you guys were great. So these air other ways to say this part of the question. So the full question is, why did you stop to eat candy while they were chasing us? while the guards were chasing us. Right? So pursuing to pursue is very similar to to chase, right? Someone is going after another one, and they're trying to catch them. Right? So in this picture down here, we can see the police cars, and they're all lined up. And maybe it's a police chase. They're chasing a criminal. Maybe someone tried to rob a bank and they're trying to catch them, huh? Rocket says, while they were trying to catch us. All right, Right. So damn Deng says we are genius. Yes, I love it. Wonderful. Okay, that's seeing. Coming after is similar to chase. Someone is coming after you. There may be behind you. And you're running. They're coming after you or they're seeking you. They're trying to find you. Here we go and running after it's just more specific. How are they coming after you? Well, they're not walking there running after you, right? And similar again. They're following us. And their intention is to catch us because we were stealing from the candy factory. Right. Okay, so let's see in the picture down here, we have four police cars. It looks like just the 1st 1 as the lights on and the other three don't have the lights on , which makes me think that it it's probably not a police chase. Then maybe it's more of a funeral procession or something formal, maybe a parade or something like that. Because if this was really a police chase, it would be kind of wild. And all of the, uh, the lights would be on. The sirens went beyond, and they would not be neat together. There would be all over the place. Probably going really fast. Okay, guess what? Guess what time it is. 5. Quiz #1 and Review: guess what time it is. What time is it? Oh, that's right. It's time for the first quiz. Watch. It's time for a quiz. Oh, I'm so excited. I'll put it in the comments. It's I'm for a quiz. Ah, Okay. Here we go. Are we ready? Let's see what we have here. Make sure I have my music in the right place. Ah ha. Let's see if you were listening. Question number one maybe. Yes. There it is. Question number one. Something that is a bed of roses is great smelling easy and simple. Very complicated. Mm. These are your choices. Let me know in the comments. You can say a B or C, or you could say 12 or three. Or you could just type out the whole thing. All right, here we go. Okay. So let's see what the answer is. Something that is a bed of roses is easy and simple. Right? Okay. And I will come back, and I will talk about the answers after we get through this first quiz. So it's time for question Number two. What is a similar way to say jail? The small house, the roundhouse or the big house. What is a similar way to say jail time for the music. - Okay , so we have all different answers on this one roof. Maybe I'm making my quiz questions a little more difficult. Wonderful. Okay, So what is a similar way to say jail? A small house, the roundhouse or the big house? Well, the answer is a big house, and I will show you in just a moment after we finish this first quiz. That's right. We have two quizzes today. All right. Question number three. What was the man doing before the guards caught him Enjoying tasty candy, reading a great book or planning a new heist? Hmm? What do you think? - Okay . All right. So we have a mix of answers again. Who? I think I think I'm making these quiz er's quizzes more difficult. I like that. Okay, So what was the man doing before the guards caught him from the answer is enjoying tasty candy. Okay, so let's talk about the quiz questions. We had 33 questions in this first quiz. The 1st 1 was something that is a bed of roses is easy and simple. OK, so let's review what we learned All right. So in the conversation, she and said, Rob, let's just hear her say it. Hoping the candy factory with a bed of roses. What? Having the candy factory was a bed of roses and we learned that it was a bed of roses. Means it was uncomplicated. It was simple trouble free. Effortless was easy, right? So if someone says that it was a bed of roses, not a big deal, right? So for the girl in this conversation, robbing the candy factory was easy and simple. So something that is a bed of roses, you know, easy and simple. Okay, so question number two waas. What is a similar way to say jail? Mm. And the question the answers are the small house, the roundhouse and the big house. Let's take a look. No, let's see. First, the part of the conversation was here. Bed of roses. What? I was caught and put in jail for two years. I was put in jail for two years. Right. Okay, so let's take a look where we talked about jail. Mm. Oh, yeah. This guy in jail and these air all different ways to say, You know, I was put in jail and all the way at the bottom. Yes, what? I was put in the big house, and I remember saying that about two or three times that the big house is another way, an informal way to say jail, Right? So I think it's the word that the criminals would use. Ah, I don't want to go back to the big house. I'm getting out of the big house. I will never go back to the Big House again. OK, so another way to say jail is the big house. All right, let's go back. So what is this similar way to say jail? It's not a small house. It's not around house. It's a big house. Okay, all right. Question Number three was what was the man doing before the guards caught him? Asi said, I'm doing says jail could be small also, yes, but however, when we use slaying and this kind of slaying the big house, that's how they refer to jail. So it's possible the jail could be small, but people still might call it the Big House. Maybe because they have respect for it and don't want to go there. I don't know. All right, so let's see. What was the man doing before the guards caught him? Well, let's take a look at the conversation. And we moved right here, you hear? But we'll start right here, and it gives us the answer. Enjoying tasty candidates in different words. But see, if you can understand, was trouble free for you because you escaped. Why did you stop to eat candy while the guards were chasing us? Why? Why did you stop? He can while the guards were chasing us. Not a good plan. Right? So what was the man doing? And when we say the man we're talking about this guy, I was in jail. What was he doing before the guards caught him? Well, the girl tells us. She said, Why did you stop to eat candy while the guards were chasing us? Ah, so let's see. Rockets says since she said, Why did you stop? Means you eating them first, right? So they were being chased. Idea is they were being chased in their running And the girls, she's probably running super fast, and she looks and she said, Hey, where did the guy go? And she looks back behind her looks looks around and she sees the guy and he's eating candy . And then it was easy for the guards to catch him. Right. Okay, So, uh, the other answers. Let's see reading a great book. Uh, no, that doesn't work. Doesn't have anything to do with the conversation. Planning a new heist? Well, planning means to put ideas together to find a solution for something. And ah, Heist. Who does anybody know what the word heist means? Might have heard in a movie and action movie? Something like that. Anyone? Does anyone know what the word heist means? You could leave it in the comment. Let's see Saddam Dang, You keep asking, so I will respond. But please stop asking after this because this is not an appropriate time. So I'm doing Hello. Please reply this. Why didn't you join me yesterday on Instagram? I saw that you put in the request and I tapped on your name. However it said, unable to join every time I tapped on your name. Okay, so please stop asking. All right? OK, so anyone have another word for the word heist? Hmm? Let's see. I'll put it in the comments. Ah, heist is a robbery. Oops, not a robber. Iced is a robbery. Okay, let me take that. Come and doubt. All right, So heist is another way to say robbery. So was the guy planning a new heist? Well, while he was eating the candy and the guards were running towards him, maybe, uh, maybe he was thinking, How should we rob something else? But I don't know. But either way, we know that right before the guards guards caught him, he was enjoying tasty candy. Right. All right, so yes. Ah, heist is a robbery. So you could say a bank heist. You could say, Ah, I guess. Ah. Candy factory heist. But you go there and you steal things. Okay, So the answer to this question number three was enjoying tasty candy, right? So we did the quiz, and we also talked about the answers. All right. I think it's time to continue on in the conversation. All right, here we go. Let's repeat the last part. Rock God says his belly ruined the whole plan. He was hungry, I guess. For the tasty candy, right? 6. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases Part 2: I see. Sarah Moses, Teacher. What's the difference between heist and robbery? Well, let's take a look. Iced and robbery. All right, So you could say a bank heist, but and bank robbery. And you know what? If you if you told someone that you're planning a bank heist, If you said I am planning a bank heist, they would understand that you are saying the exact same thing as I am planning a bank robbery. So you're going to go into the bank and steal the money so they're the same. They mean the same thing. Heist and robbery. I think, in my opinion, the word robbery is more common. It's more common than the word heist, but heist is still used. Like if you see in the newspaper, sometimes that might say all on Tuesday, at 10 o'clock in the evening or 10 o'clock in the morning, there was a bank heist. The robbers got away with $3 million in cash. Something like that. Right, Stained, same meeting. Let's see Kony from says Steele. Yes, right to steal. And usually there is some sort of force, right, whether they use guns or that they use maybe knives and machetes, but they force the people to give them the money. Right. Okay. All right. So let's see, Let's continue in the conversation and will flow from this last part here ago. Why did you stop to eat candy while the guards were chasing us? I was scared. I froze. The candy was delicious. Okay, so he really enjoyed the candy, right? Hey, froze. I froze. All right. So in the picture, I would say, this girl is What do you think? Maybe you guys can tell me. How would you describe the lady in her emotion in this picture? What do you think? Ah, how does this lady in the orange shirt How does she feel? He's like, How do you think she feels? Let me know in the comment, and then we'll talk about other ways to say I froze. I was in. This conversation has kind of a specific meaning. And this lady right here, she's probably feeling the same kind of emotion. So what do you think? What emotions is this lady feeling right here? What do you think? Uh, so Don Deng says she feels perfect. A rocket says frightened, right? She's frightened. Ha. So let's see in the in the conversation we can see, he says. I was scared. I froze. High was frightened. I froze. In other words, I was unable to move. I was so scared that I froze and we're not talking about froze as in water and ice. We're talking about the inability to move, unable to move. It's like if you ever see a deer and he's standing in front of a car at night time and he's looking at the lights. The deer is like and the deer doesn't move right. Okay. All right. So I froze. I was unable to move. We could say, I waas so scared I couldn't Who right? Or maybe I couldn't run right or I couldn't stop eating the candy. All right, let's see. I was paralyzed with fear. Mm. So this is kind of Ah, bigger word paralyzed. And we're not talking about paralysis where someone has inability to control their arms or the legs and they go around in a wheelchair. This is because of the situation. There's so much fear. There's so much emotion that your body, it's like it freezes, right? And then this guy just keeps eating candy. Okay, Let's see. So I was paralyzed with fear I couldn't move. Uh, I couldn't move forward. Maybe, Uh, See, I was Here's a good one. I was so overwhelmed. Right? I was so overwhelmed. It was just to march, and I saw the candy and I had to eat it. The candy was delicious. Okay, let's do some pronunciation. Repeat after me. I froze. Oh, and remember all of these end with an exclamation mark. So we're not going to say I froze? No. We're gonna say I froze. I was unable to move. I was so scared I couldn't run. I was paralyzed with fear. I couldn't move forward. I was so overwhelmed. Okay, so let's see. You guys are getting active in the comments. Wonderful. If you guys did the pronunciation, show me some apples. Let me know what? You're participating. That's great. Let's see, Cohen. Ephram says maybe a toothache. I agree. This guy just off the candy. It's so good off. I don't care if I'm going to jail. I'm just go. I don't care if I'm going to the big house as long as I could eat candy right now. All right, Let's see Rock hard says meat me when I go on a diet. So this lady right here, maybe she's going on a diet and she's a uh No, I can't. Right. Let's see. Ah, I see some Ella Wells Kony from says because eating candy too much. Well, boy and I see a whole bunch of apples. Wonderful. I see corn. Ephram says Overwhelmed, right? Overwhelmed. Means the situation is too much, too much emotion, and we just can't handle it. We can't control our body was like shocked, right? Okay. All right, Let's see. Okay. Layla all made. He said please forward again. I'm not quite sure what you mean. If you could repeat or state in a different way. All right, let's see. Okay, here we go. Let's move forward to another section in the conversation. It will make it flow from this section. They'll Almeida pronunciation forward. You want me to repeat again? That right? You want me to repeat the pronunciation and see I can't tell enunciation forward? Or do you mean roof forward in the lesson? I don't understand. Okay, well, we're gonna move forward. This is the next section of the conversation. I was scared. I froze. The candy was delicious because you stopped you candy. My escape was a bed of roses. Okay? All right. Because you stopped eat candy. Thank you. My escape was easy. It was so easy. Right? Let's just quick. Uh, let's see. Here we go. My escape was a bed of roses. So the girls like, Thank you. Thank you very much for stopping to eat the candy because the guards were distracted. They saw you and let me run away. All right, so here are other ways to say my escape was a bed of roses. And if you guys have an idea because we already learned what a bed of roses means then, uh, put in the comments other ways to say my escape was a bed of roses. Okay, so here's the 1st 1 My escape was effortless, right? Didn't take much effort. It was easy to do because the guards caught you when you were eating the candy. My get away, Get away is another word for escape. I get it from Get away, Waas Worry free. Uh, rocket says uncomplicated and simple Lay low meadows has not difficult, right? Wonderful rockets is easy, right? Because it was a bed of roses. It was a piece off cake. Right? All right, let's see the next one. My escape was incredibly easy, right? Not just easy, but incredibly easy. Really easy. So easy, because the guards weren't chasing me anymore. My get away was hassle three, right? Just like worry free. We have hassle free. And Hassell just means like a complication. Ah, problem. Something went wrong. So if it's hassle free, it's free of hassles. There. No hassle. Right? Okay, lets see. And here's another one. My flight to freedom was a Oh, yeah, Another idiom. Piece of cake being right. Thanks for eating the candy. Thanks for stopping to eat the candy. My escape was a bed of roses. All right, so a flight to freedom, it's not like flying on airplane. Well, I guess it could be, if that's your way to escape. But the whole idea is that you're in motion. You're fleeing, you're running away. You're trying to get out of there and your flight to freedom your movement to a place where you don't have to worry about them catching. You're coming after you, right? Okay. So are we ready for pronunciation? Here we go. I like to do the full sentence because catch gives you a good way to do the whole thing instead of just a single word. Okay. Repeat after me. Ha. Ragged says new expressions, right. There's so many ways to say the same thing in English. And when you learn other ways, you learn new words that you can use in different situations as well. Okay, so repeat after me and put some apples in the comments. If you're doing pronunciation, here we go. My escape was a bed of roses. My escape was effortless. My get away was worry free. My escape was incredibly easy. My get away was hassle free. My flight to freedom was a piece of cake, right? Okay. And Lucy Kony from said incredibly, uh, I think that may show you another one, which could work as well. You could also see amazingly, amazingly, amazingly easy. And if we want to get even longer word we could say extra ordinarily extraordinarily easy. All right, this is a big one. Repeat after me. Extraordinarily. We could break it into parts. Okay, first part, Extra right. Ordinarily Ah, all together extraordinarily. Or I also hear people say extraordinarily, the kind of mixed the A in the old together. All right, so extraordinarily, extraordinarily is the opposite of ordinary or normal. Okay, let's put it back to what it Wasit was in creatively. Incredibly easy, which means really easy, right? Okay, let's move on in the conversation will repeat this part because you stopped you, He candy. My escape was a bed of roses. The candy was delicious. Half okay. Ah, the candy. Whoa! OK, so let's see other ways to say the candy was delicious. So this is the word that will be focusing on, but I'll do the full sentence. Can you guys come up with other ways to say the word delicious, right, cause I'm going to give you 123450 here we go. Tasty. Ah! Rock had Wonderful. That's my 1st 1 The candy was so tasty. Alright. Ah, most watering. Yes, yes, very good. That's a wonderful one. Just think of your looking at the canyon. Oh, uh it's a Oh, I wanted so bad. I don't care if the guards were gonna catch me. I will eat the candy. The candy was scrumptious. Scrumptious. It will practice pronunciation in a moment. All right, here's one that may be a kid would say, or anyone I suppose the candy was yummy. Mm. The candy was yummy. All right. The candy was delectable. I don't see delectable. Used a lot, but it's another way to say delicious. So and this is another way that just really express expresses how we feel about the candy. The candy was awesome. That if you have awesome, you could put everything right. Amazing. Incredible. Extraordinary. Wonderful. Uh, so awesome that I could not stop eating it. Okay, lets see. Repeat after me. Let's do some pronunciation. The candy was delicious. The candy was so tasty. The candy was scrumptious. The candy was yummy, The candy was delectable. And the candy was awesome. It was wonderful. It tasted so nice. So sweet. Okay, even though I was going to the big house after the guards caught me, I was happy because the candy. So let's talk about this picture here. I would say this is candy, probably from a candy store. And we have thes tools right here. They're called tongs, I believe, to pick up the candy So we have all different colors. Right? And probably different flavors. Somewhere sour. Probably sweet. Probably delicious. Probably very, very, very, very unhealthy. But they look nice and they taste nice. Okay. Ah ha. Well, Almeida says extraordinary. Right? The candy was extraordinary. All right, so here we go. Let's move forward in the conversation, The candy was delicious. What happened after the guards caught you? Uh, what happened after the guards caught you? Mm. So let's see other ways to say the part of the question after the guards card to fill the full question is what happened after the guards caught you. And I'm gonna give you other ways to say this Part of the answer. Okay. What happened after that? See, after the guards grabbed you, but right after they grabbed you and made you stop eating the candy, Uh, after the guard arrested you, I think that's in my list. Nice. Well done, Rocket. Let's see, after the security seized you and seizes like they grabbed you and you're stuck, right? They seized you after the guards tackled you. Uh huh. All right, I see. Case enough. Mondal says arrest, right. Oh, that's the next one. on my list. Very well done. So, Kat, you if we say tackled, tackled is like in American football when someone's running with the ball and everyone else grabs him and knocks him to the ground till maybe, ah, the guy was eating the candy and he didn't want to stop eating the candy. And so the guards just jumped on top of him and they tackled him. All right, alright. And here's the one that you guys said Well done after they arrested you, right? And when we talk about they, it's going to be the guards security or maybe even the police. When the police came okay, and after another one is after they detained you, all right. Detained is similar to arrested. Arrested is more official because there will be a lot of paperwork. And there's probably a good reason to bring you to jail. Detained. Could be that they just want to talk with you for a while and maybe have official questions about something. However, in this situation, when the guy was stealing all the candy, they probably had a really good reason to detain him. All right, Repeat, please. Tackled. Okay, let's see. All right. Let's do that word. Look. Make it. Here we go. Everyone say tackled, tackled, Right. And inside is the verb to a tackle. Tackle is to jump on top of someone and to knock them down and get them down on the ground so you can catch them, and then they can't move. All right, I see only friends is arrested and charged you. Right, So charge you is the next step, right? If you go to court and they formally, they bring you toe in front of the judge, which is sometimes called the arraignment, and they formally charge you with a crime. In other words, they say, okay and go to the judge. And they say we have this witness. We have this information and we saw this happen, and we arrested him, and we think we're You should charge him with robbery or theft or stealing something like that. All right, so let's do pronunciation. Okay. All right. Here we go. Repeat after me after the guards caught you after the guards grabbed you after the security seized you after the guards tackled you after they arrested you after they detained you. All right, And I see Layla Almeida says, Detained repeat year ago. So detained in the word the verb in there is to detain. It's similar to arrest a little bit different, but very similar. So after they detained you, Red Rock had says, Ah, fine. You might have to pay a fine. But if you if you do a robbery or a heist, remember, we learn the word heist. If you do a robbery or heist, you probable you might get a fine might have to pay for things that you damage. But since it was like a violent crime, you're probably gonna have to go to jail. It is very serious, right? Even if it's candy. Yes. Okay. All right. So these are other ways to say to finish the question after the guards cart you all right? So let's Oh, and in the picture here we have a guy, he's wearing handcuffs and his hands are behind his back. Handcuffs are around his wrists, and they put them around the wrists because if they put them tight enough, you can't pull your hand out. Right? So you're stuck. If they don't put them tight enough, then people can slip their hands out. I had it before. Maybe. Did you guys know I used to be a police officer a long time ago. I remember there are some people who have such small wrists such small wrists that you put the handcuffs on them and the handcuffs go all the way shut. And it's still not tight enough. And so the people can pull out right so they can get out of the metal handcuffs. And there's a simple solution. The simple solution is just to use plastic handcuffs. Plastic handcuffs are kind of like zip ties, the plastic ties where you put them together and goes and then you could get it really tight. Okay. All right. So let's see. Let's move forward in the conversation. Right. What happened after the guards caught you? Okay. I know I should stay focused and not dance, but, uh, I need to dance. Okay. All right. So we're gonna get to the question in a moment, and we're gonna answer the question, and I'm gonna give you different ways to answer some serious some not so serious. But first, we're going to go back through, and we're going to watch the conversation again. And then we're going to review. I'll stop it very quickly. And I'll give you other ways to say what they're saying in the conversation. And then we'll get to the question and we'll answer the question at the end. Okay, so here we go. Let's see. Let me find my speak place. We go robbing the candy factory with a bed of roses. Oh, I noticed. I'm still wearing my glasses. The Chris hasn't started yet. Okay, Sorry. I will stay serious. Let's start again. Robbing the candy factory with a bed of roses. Okay. She could have said, uh, Robin, the candy factory. It was so easy. Robbing the candy factory was trouble free. An effortless. So we talked about other ways to say it was a bed of roses of roses. What? I was caught and put in jail for two years. I was put in jail. I was put in prison. I was put in the big house. They locked me up. Oh, well, for me, it was a bed of roses. It was trouble free for you because you escaped. It was trouble free for you because you got away. You weren't caught. You made it out. Why did you stop to eat candy while the guards were chasing us? Why did you stop the candy while they were pursuing us while they were running after us? It was not a good idea. I was scared. I froze. The candy was delicious. I was scared. I was unable to move. I was paralyzed with fear. I was so overwhelmed. Oh, but the candy was good because you stopped you candy. My escape was a bed of roses. Ah, thank you for eating the candy because my escape was effortless. It was easy. It was hassle free. The candy was delicious. The candy was so tasty. It was yummy. It was mouth watering. I think you had said right. Okay. What happened after the guards caught you? What happened after the guard seized you after they arrested you? Detained you, right? Okay, so it's time. We're going to answer the question and let's listen to it one more time. What happened after the guards caught you? Okay, I'll stop dancing. Ok, so the question is what happened after the guards caught you? In other words, we're gonna do it really short. She's asking what happened next after the guards caught you. What was the next thing that happened? So here are a couple of possibilities If you guys haven't. Ah, couple possibilities to answer this question. Put it in the comments. Let's say a couple things. Layla Almeida says I would answer because for me, it was not a bed of roses, right? You see, because I didn't stop eating candy. Right? Okay. So what happened next? After the guards caught you, right, they told me to shut up and brought me to jail. Um, we could also say they in Terre interrogated me for five hours and wanted to know about my childhood. Hmm. Let's see what we have. Let's have a asked the question. It will answer to the guards. You go. What happened after the guards caught you? They told me to shut up and brought me to jail. The candy was delicious. What happened after the guards caught you? They interrogated me for five hours and wanted to know about my childhood. Okay. All right. Let's see in the comments in that we have Leila made it his put in jail for two years. That's right. I see Rocket. They put me in the car violently. They grabbed me and they threw me in the car. Caution enough. Mondal says beated beat black and blue, right? They beat me black and blue. But I still had some candy in my mouth. So it was OK. Okay. Right. Oh, let's see. Let's talk about some other ways. All right? Let's see, where are we? That the by my space. OK, so these are other ways to say, you know, answer the question. What happened next? But we have even more. Okay, lets see. So what happened after the guards caught you? What happened next? They slapped se, slapped me around for four a while en forced me to watch them eat candy. Well, they slapped me around for a while and forced me to watch them eat candy. Um, let's see. Let's see it in context. No. What happened? After the guards caught you, they slapped me around for a while and forced me to watch them eat candy, Huh? So I guess it's torture because they knew how much I loved candy. So they ate candy in front of me. Mm. Okay. So what happened next? They made me eat so much candy. that I threw up 10 times. Mm. All right, let's see it in the conversation. What happened after the guards caught you? They made me eat so much candy that I threw up 10 times. So much candy. So unhealthy. All right, so threw up. Rod is smiling, and then he says, That's awful, right? Can anyone think of another word that means throw up? I'll give you a hint. It starts with V to throw up. There's another way to V. Okay, there's V and four more letters than anybody. Tell me what is another way to say to throw up so it's way. Have a verb, right? We need another verb. That means the same thing as to throw up. Rocket says. Vomit right? Farm it right so we could say they made me eat so much candy that I vomited. I vomited 10 times. It was C vomited because we have to put it in the past tense is here talking. He's talking to her from jail and telling her, you know what happened. So I vomited 10 times. So let's just say in these answers, things were not going very well for this guy. They say slapped me around. That's like they beat me up the and then they forced me. They tortured me by forcing me to watch that meat candy. Right. Okay, so we're going to watch the conversation all the way through one more time, and then it will be time or the quiz. Okay, here we go. And I warn you, I will probably dance when the music comes at the end. Okay, here we go. After this will do the quiz Robbing the candy factory with a bed of roses. What? I was caught and put in jail for two years. Oh, well, for me, it was a bed of roses. It was trouble free for you because you escaped. Why did you stop to eat candy while the guards were chasing us? I was scared. I froze. The candy was delicious because you stopped you candy. My escape was a bed of roses. The candy was delicious. What happened after the guards caught you? Okay, 7. Quiz #2 and Review: So it is time or a quiz s quiz Number two. All right, let's see. Are you guys ready? I think so. We're going to start with a question number one. Um, the girl escaped because the man waas a moron. A genius. A weirdo. Let me know what you think. Here's the music, - Okay ? I don't see any answers in the comments, So here we go. This is the answer. The girl escaped because the man waas, etc. A moron. Uh, well, ominous is either a or C. You're correct. A a moron. Okay. And we will talk about the answers in a moment, but here is Question number two. Here we go, which is not a similar way to see Delicious. Here are your choices. Scrumptious. Abominable, delectable. Which is not a similar way to say delicious. Here's the music. Yeah. - Okay , here we go. So which is not a similar way to say delicious? The answer is abominable. Mm. Right. So that is not a way to say delicious, but the other ones are a way to say delicious. All right, Like I said before, we'll come back and we will talk about the answers, but right Now it's time for question Number three. The guards made fun of the man because his plan was masterful. Was horrible, was incomplete. What do you think? Here we go. - Okay . So the guards made fun of the man because his plan waas here again. Okay, so the answer is horrible. Okay, Okay. So let's go back, and we're gonna talk about the questions, and the answers are right. So question number one the girl escaped because the man waas a moron. The word moron means stupid Someone who is is stupid, right? And it's fair to say that someone who stops to eat the candy while the guards were chasing them is not very intelligent. So we can't use a genius because a genius means someone who is really intelligent moron means someone who is really stupid. And, uh, it's a big insult if you call someone a moron. So I would be careful if you use this word. But in this situation, I think it fits a weirdo. Seems it seems like it could work as he was strange, right? He did some strange things. He stopped eat the candy. But I would say that a moron is the best answer because it wasn't worth it. To stop it into candy when you have to go to jail, right. So the answer. I think the best answer here is a moron. Right? So Question number two was, which is not a similar way to say delicious, and the answer was abominable. And if we look back on what we learned, let's see. What were the other ways to say, huh? Scrumptious. Delectable, yummy, Tasty. All of these. Right. So when we go back to the question, here it is. Scrumptious is here. Which is a way to say delicious and delectable. Also means delicious. But abominable is the opposite. It means horrible, abominable, uh, plan. His plan was abominable. It was horrible. It was terrible. So abominable is opposite. All right, see, Question number three. Let's take a look. The guards made fun of the man because his plan was horrible. His plan included, uh, eating the candy. Now, I think you could make a strong argument that C could also be a good answer because was incomplete because his plan didn't continue to getting out escaping, right? Or maybe he did have a plan to leave, but He was overwhelmed when he saw the candy. Right? Masterful means very intelligent. So, uh, if his plan was not very intelligent, it was not very clever. Clever. It was not a genius plan. And the guards made fun of the man, so they were joking and thinking he was silly because he had a bad plan. His plan was horrible. Right? Okay. All right, so we just finished the second quiz, all right? 8. Review & Conclusion: Let's see, What did we accomplish today and accomplish? Means to complete or to do something right. What did we achieve today? All right, well, let's see. Let's check it out. Did we watch a conversation? Oh, yeah, we did. We watched a conversation. Did we analyze the conversation? Oh, yeah. Did we talk about phrases in vocabulary? Yes, we did. We use pictures to help understand? Hahaha if we take two quizzes Yes, we did. We took two quizzes. Did we have some fun? I think so. I think we had some fun today. Okay, so we're towards were at the end of our lesson. I am Michael From Able Lingo in our motto is improve your English and become more valuable . So this is the end of the lesson. Thank you very much. We're watching and I have to play the music again. I'm going to put ah going to play the music at the end because I like it. And I think it's a wonderful way to end our lesson. Here we go. Okay. See you next time. Have a wonderful day. Evening, Morning night. Wherever you are in the world