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English Conversation + QUIZ | "bite the bullet"

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7 Lessons (58m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:30
    • 2. Lesson Information

      1:10
    • 3. Watch a Conversation

      1:28
    • 4. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases 1

      17:25
    • 5. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases 2

      19:37
    • 6. Quiz & Review

      14:29
    • 7. Review & Conclusion

      2:26
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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: You're gonna have to bite the bullet on this one. You're gonna have to bite the bullet on this one. Mm. So here or other ways to say, bite the bullet. Okay. When I give you these other ways, it's pretty easy to understand what this video means. Okay, Let's see. You're gonna have to accept the consequences. So these are other ways and the meaning of the idiom. Bite the bullet. You're gonna pay for it, right? Mm. You're gonna pay, right? Well, you're gonna take care of it, right? Man? What would happen if the next time I don't stop for the police? The devil child? If a guy asked you to pay $1 million for a paper clip, you might say a Whoa, of course. Be, huh? I can pay half or see What, are you crazy 2. Lesson Information: Okay, so let's get started and see what we're studying today. What are we going to study? Well, I'm glad you asked. Here we go. We're gonna watch a conversation. The the conversation over there. Uh huh. We're going to analyze the conversation, and I can play it mute right now. All right. Okay, so we're gonna analyze this conversation, talk about phrases and vocabulary in the conversation. We're gonna use pictures to help understand this conversation and the phrases and the vocabulary. We're gonna take a quiz. Oh, I like quizzes. And we're gonna try toe Have some fun. Yes. Learning and teaching English can be fun. Why not? Okay, so let's go back through the beginning of this conversation, and I think someone popped up in Ah ha. We have someone in the comments seal these two gigs says hello. I say hello. All right, so let's jump in. We're going to get started. 3. Watch a Conversation: Okay, here we go. Here is the full conversation, Zoop. I'm not going to say anything. We'll start talking about it as soon as it's finished. And yes, If there's music at the end, I will dance. Here we go. You're gonna have to bite the bullet on this one. Why? I wasn't speeding. I was just driving a bit fast. Well, the police officer didn't agree with you. And now you have a $300 ticket. You're gonna pay for it, right? Whoa! No way. You're biting the bullet on this one. Not me, man. What would happen if the next time I don't stop for the police? Okay, so that was the conversation for to date. And I see Bunny Beth says he is here. Hello? Hello and welcome. We just watched the conversation, and now we're going to break it apart, right? We're gonna take some of the phrases and vocabulary from the conversation, and I'm going to give you other ways to say them. Right. So we're gonna boost your vocabulary. Here we go. 4. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases 1: Here we go. Let's watch the first part of the conversation. You're gonna have to bite the bullet on this one. You're gonna have to bite the bullet on this one. Mm. So here are other ways to say bite the bullet. Okay. When I give you these other ways, it's pretty easy to understand what this video means. Okay, Let's see. You're gonna have to accept the consequences and says right, So when you bite the bullet, it means, you know, something bad happened, and you have to accept what happened, right? You have to be brave in a difficult situation, right? Something went wrong. I have to deal with it. Right? Let's see. You have Teoh embrace the circumstances and move forward. Another way to say it is We have to accept the situation. How it is. We can't change it. It's already done and still move forward. Award your goals. Mm. If we could make that a little bit smaller, it all fits. All right. Okay. So these are other ways and the meaning of the idiom bite. The bullet during the conversation, he says have to bite the bullet on this. We're gonna have to bite the bullet on this one. You're gonna have to bite the bullet on this one. You're gonna have to accept the consequences. Consequences are the results of something, right. They could be good consequences, or they could be bad. But if someone's biting the bullet, something bad. Probably happening as a result. There are negative consequences. Things have gone wrong, right? So let's do some pronunciation. And if you're doing pronunciation, put some apples in the comments and it knows it lets me know that you are participating. Okay. Repeat after me. Bite the bullet, accept the consequences. Be brave in a difficult situation. Embrace the circumstances and move forward. Except the situation how it is and still move forward towards your goals. Okay. Uh huh. I see an apple in the comment. That means someone's doing pronunciation. Wonderful. OK, so this one in the middle embraced the circumstances and move forward. Embrace means to like to hug, right? If you embrace a person, you hug them. In a situation like this, you It's not like you hugged the circumstances. But you embrace them. You accept them, right? You take them in. You understand that it wasn't so great and you move forward, you bite the bullet, you accept the consequences and you move forward. You accept the situation, how it is, and you still move forward towards your goals. So the lady in this picture, her face is kind of like write something probably went wrong. Maybe she made a negative decision. Something bad happened in her life. And she's like her. Well, I could sit around and complain all day long, or I could bite the bullet and move forward, right? It sucks right now. It sucks right now, but I got to do something and move forward. Uh, more apples in the comments. Love the pronunciation. Okay, so let's move forward in the conversation. Mustaf rz says Hi, everyone. Hello. Hello. All right. Here we go. Forward in the conversation. Why? I wasn't speeding. I was just driving a bit fast. Well, the police officer didn't agree with you. And now you have a $300 ticket. Mm. So it seems that this guy's daughter was driving like a maniac and the police officers stopped her and gave her a $300 ticket. And she probably gave him an explanation. She said What did she say she's like, Oh, worry why I wasn't speeding. I was just driving a bit fast. Well, the police officer didn't agree with you. And now you have a $300 ticket. Um, he didn't agree with you. The police officer didn't agree with you right now. You have a big ticket. Okay, so here are other ways to say he didn't agree with you. Right. Here we go. And he is the police officer, right? See the guy in the picture of the star and the blue shirt. Right. So he thought you were incorrect, All right? We could also say he believed you were wrong, all right? Oh, and rock head is here. In the comments, he says they say hello. I say hello. All right. Uh huh. Rocket says he disagreed with you. Yes, that might be off my list, but great. If you guys have other ways to say what we're trying to say, So this is the target. Raise the target sentence. If you have other ways to say it, put it in the comments, right? Right. I have a list, and if you guys can add to it, that's fabulous, right? We can also say, Wow, it was exactly on my list. He disagreed with you, right? Ha. Mustafa says he did not see eye to eye with you. Right? Eye to eye is another idiom, which means that you you know, you understand each other, and if you don't see eye to eye, you disagree about something, you're not in agreement. Okay, Here's another way. You could say he was of the opinion. That's your way was inappropriate. All right? Inappropriate. It's like, not right for the situation. Like kindling is incorrect behavior. Your way of thinking was inappropriate and wrong. All right. Great guy. So Rock had said he disagreed with you. That was on my list. Nice. And Mustafa came up with another one that was not on my list. Wonderful. Mustafa said he did not see eye to eye with you. Right? So we can add maybe the idiom. Uh, he did not see eye to eye I to I with you. Right. And I'm gonna make the words a little bit smaller, so they all fit on second a little bit smaller. We go right. So these are other ways to say you didn't agree with you, but He thought you were wrong. Uh huh. Rockets said he opposed you, and it's spelled with an Oh, so it's I'm just gonna type it in the comments. He opposed you, right? It's old. P P O S E d. Write an idea is that he was kind of like your your opponent. If you're playing chess or you're planning game, you play against someone, right? They're your opponent. They oppose you. They don't want you to win their, you know, playing against you. But in this situation, when she's talking to the police officer and she's like, Oh, you know, uh, I was just driving a little fast. The police officers, like you were driving like a maniac. And he I oppose your opinion. I don't agree with you. Okay. Ticket time. $300 ticket. All right. Repeat after me. Let's do some pronunciation, but we go. He didn't agree with you. He thought you were incorrect. He believed you were wrong. He disagreed with you. He was of the opinion that your way was inappropriate. He did not see eye to eye with you. All right, Once again, if you're doing pronunciation, show me some apples and let me know that you are participating. Okay, let's move forward in the conversation. You're gonna pay for it, right? Mm. You're gonna pay. Right? Well, uh, well, let's we'll see in a moment, right? Right now. The girl she's like, huh? Hey, Dad, you're gonna pay for my $300 ticket right now. I'm gonna give you other ways to say you're gonna pay, right? And was using gonna right? It's an informal situation. Gonna is going to. But this situation between the father and the daughter, it's, you know, very informal. OK, so here we go. You're gonna pay, right? You're gonna take care of it, right? You're gonna cover the payment, right? Mm. You're who gonna pay the fine, right? You're gonna settle the bill, right? So these air all other ways to say, you know you're gonna pay for my ticket. Uh, Rog head says you're gonna be responsible for it, right? That's that's that would work. And the thing is, what? The ticket is going to be in her name, right? So whatever bad things happen with her license is going to be in her name, but to be responsible for it, you could be monetarily responsible, right? You're the one who has to pay the bill. All right, so that works very good, Rock head. All right, so let's say you're gonna take care of it. Take care of it is, you know, take care of the problem. And in this case, the problem is the $300 ticket. Right? So you're gonna take care of it. You're gonna pay that bill, You're gonna cover the payment. Right? So if you have a bill a ticket, Well, you have to make a payment. And the girl she wants the dad to cover the payment. You're gonna pay the fine, right? Fine is another way to say money that you have to pay the government because the government thinks you did something wrong, but they give you a fine. They give you a ticket. It's like a bill, but it's just It's like someone says, Ah, fine. It has idea that you did something wrong. You broke a law. You did something you weren't supposed to do. And now you have to pay the fine, right? Settle the bill. Ah, you could say settle the bill if you're at a restaurant, Right? Um Excuse me. Waiter. I need my bill, and we're going to settle the bill, which means pay for it. Right. So you don't owe any money, okay? And the girl, the lady down here, she has a similar expression to Ah, the girl in the conversation. Ah, you're gonna pay for it, right? As in, you're going to take care of my problem for me. Well, let's go ahead in the conversation and see what happens. Whoa! No way. You're biting the bullet on this one, Not me. Whoa! No way. Uh, no way You're biting the bullet. You have to accept the consequences. Right? Remember, we just did bite the bullet. Uh, you have to accept the consequences. You have to be brave in this difficulty situation. Okay, so the dad says whoa. No way. Right. You want me to fix your problem? You want me to take my money and fix the problem that you created by making really bad choices? Uh, is he Rog? I said that's impossible, Right? Right. No way. And with such emotion, Right. Whoa! No way. Right. So he gave me another way to say Whoa! No way. All right. Whoa, That's impossible. There's no way I'm going to pay for that. So here's some other ways that we can say, Whoa, no way. And just like rock headed. If you have other ways to do it, put him in the comment and I will read them and we can talk about them. All right? What? We're gonna put the exclamation mark because it's not just like a regular question. What? No, it's like what? I won't do that. My goodness, heck, no. Uh huh. That's not an option. Hey, are you you crazy? Uh huh. Tioga Svet over says hello. Yes, And she also says Not in a 1,000,000 years, right? That's a great way to say Whoa! No way. And we're gonna add the one that rock had did to That's impossible, right? And the one older said Not in a 1,000,000 years, right? We probably want to put some exclamation marks in here because the girl is asking the guy to do something that's it's quite unreasonable, right? $300 is not a huge amount of money, but it is an amount of money, right? Not everybody is carrying $300 around in their pocket, and they would much rather use it for something else. All right, so let's do it. Some pronunciation, and we're going to put some emotion in our voice. Okay, so repeat after me. Here we go. Whoa! No way. What? I won't do that. My goodness. Hack. No, her. That's not an option. Hey, are you crazy? That's impossible. Not in a 1,000,000 years. Yeah. All right. So let's just see first the question again, Because these are all responses, right? She's answering the question that the girls said We're give ago. Let's let's hear it. Pay for rights ticket. You're gonna pay for it. Right? Whoa. No way. You're biting the bullet on this one, Not me. What? I won't do that, huh? That's not an option, right? You'll this to Gay says you need to bear the consequences, right? Wonderful. That's exactly what bite the bullet means You need to accept the situation. You need to accept the negative results and deal with it. All right, let's move forward in the conversation. Great. All right, man. What would happen if the next time I don't stop for the police? The devil child. Okay, I have to watch that one again. Here we go, man. What would happen if the next time I don't stop for the police? What? Did you see the horns? Uh huh. Did you see the smoke above her head in Just a moment ago? She was smiling. Right? You're gonna pay for right? He also How, man, What would happen if next time I don't stop for the police? This is an evil child. Here we go. 5. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases 2: This is an evil child. Here we go. So, basically, she's asking what would happen. Right? Uh, here we have a comment from Mustafar. Z says there's an idiom Azerbaijani and Turkish. You will see your ears back. Who? Interesting. Interesting. Isn't it cool that every language has idioms, right? And each one has their own little perspective on how to communicate something. Thank you, Mustafa. Right. Okay, so let's get back to the devil, child. Basically, she has a long question, man. What would happen if the next time I don't stop for the police? So we put a short version. Basically, she's saying what would happen? All right, you guys can help me. Let's do other ways to say what would happen. All right, well, I have five. Let's see if you guys can add some. Who? Uh, right away, Rog. Head your quick. Yes, What would occur? All right. Wonderful. I think that might be part of the one on my list. Very nice. Okay, here we go. We could say how? Well, how would things turn out? Mm. That's another way to say how What would happen? How would things turn out right? What could take place. How will things be affected? Right. We're getting into the results. How are thanks is going to effect. You know what will happen within the situation. All right, here's the one that similar to rock ads in the comment. What do you think will occur? Right. Question. Mark, how might the situation change? Yeah. Uh, okay. So these are similar, right? Not exactly. But they still communicate the same message. What would happen? Right. So let's take a look. All right, let's do the pronunciation first. Here we go. Repeat after me. What would happen? I would things turn out what could take place. How will things be affected? What do you think will occur? I'll might the situation change. All right, let's talk about Oh, talk about a few things here. No, the word has happened, right? And it's similar. Turn out. How will things turn out? How will the situation turn out? You know, what will the results be after I make a decision or choice? Turnout is similar or happen is similar to take place right together. Those words mean happened, occur. All right. We could say be affected because there are results. You know, we make a choice. And then there are consequences. Sometimes we have to bite the bullet. Right and occur is very similar to happen, right? If something occurs, it happens. Right? And how much the situation changed, right? What will the results of my decisions be, and how will they affect things? And the person down here is like I have no idea, huh? I don't know. Right. Okay, so let's take a look. I think we're just about at the end of the conversation. Let's see her crazy reaction again. Here we go, man. What would happen if the next time I don't stop for the police? Whose child is this? Okay, so let's describe a little bit about this part of the conversation. Suddenly she has devil horns. He's no longer the sweet little child she was before. You can almost see, like thing where the teeth have a little sparkle thing, and then bra, right? So we have to devil horns and it shows her true attitude. And above her head, we could say there is maybe a cloud or smoke, or she's so pissed off that she's on fire and she's like smoking on the top right Okay, man, it goes to the end. Let's take a look. There's a question at the end it will get to in a moment. All right. So I will use any excuse to dance to the music, huh? Let's see. We have a question in the comments. It says, Can I say how things would end? What would end up you're or let's put it, let's add it. Let's put it on the list. We could say how? Um we might say, How will, huh? I think I've reconnected again. I'm not quite sure what happened there. Let's make sure I'm still live, All right? I think I should be coming back shortly. Rightto police. Well, I'm gonna keep going, and I'll re upload if I have to. Later on. Let me know if you're still out there in the comments. Uh huh. Mustaf rz says you will make friends in prison. Right? Okay, so let's go back through, and we're going to take a look at the conversation, and I will stop briefly to give you other ways to say what they're saying in the conversation. So here we go. You're gonna have to bite the bullet on this one. All right? We didn't bite the bullet. You're gonna have to accept the consequences. You're going to have to be brave in the difficulty situation. You'll this to gauge Says something went wrong with the connection, I guess. But I think I'm back. So if you can hear me, OK, give me some thumbs up in the comments and that will let me know. Everything is clear. I'm still recording from my side. And if it doesn't work, well, then I'll upload the recording, but hopefully the live works. Well, okay, so here we go. Uh, you're gonna have to bite the bullet on this one. You're gonna have to accept the situation, how it is and still move forward toward the goals. All right. The rocket says yes. It says the live stream is offline. Well, let's see. Ah, well, let's see what we can do about that. Uh, says stream resumed for me. Technical difficulties. Okay, I'm gonna continue because I have the full recording, and I can upload that for sure. Okay. So continuing in the conversation. Why? I wasn't speeding. I was just driving a bit fast. Uh, well, the police officer didn't agree with you. And now you have a $300 ticket, right? He didn't agree with you. He thought you were incorrect. He believed you were wrong. He disagreed with you. It was of the opinion that your your way was inappropriate. You're gonna pay for it, right? You're going to take care of it, right? You're gonna pay the fine. You're gonna settle the bill. Whoa! No way. You're biting the bullet on this one, Not me. All right. Whoa! No way. What? I won't do that. Uh, that's not an option. That's impossible. Not in a 1,000,000 years, man. What would happen if the next time I don't stop for the police? What would happen? What could take place? What do you think will occur? How will things end up, huh? Right. Okay, so it's both through to the end of the conversation, Okay? It says, How would you answer this? Answer this question right. Though the question is, what would happen? All right. Okay. And just a quick question. Can you guys see the live right now? Put that in the comments and ask and see, see if anyone's out there or if I'm all by myself All right. We have one watching. That's the yeah dot For a minute, I think it's people should be there. Uh huh. Yes, thank you. Of course we can see. Yes, it's live against his August spent. TOBA rocket says Yes, we can see it. Of course. We see. Wonderful. Alright, technical difficulty, but we're back. And thank you for letting me know. Okay, onward. Here we go. So the question at the end of the conversation is a little bit long, but basically, what would happen if next time I don't stop for the police? Who? So I'm gonna give you a couple of different ways to answer this question. And, uh, if you guys have different ways to answer the question, put him in the comments, Okay? So we could say they'll eventually that you So if you run away from the police, the odds are not in your favor. Huh? Rock had says you will go to jail. You'll this to Gay says it would bring you to the worst results, right? The worst thing would happen. They might take your your driver license. You won't be driving again. Or at least it legally. So I said they'll eventually catch you. We could also say they won't ask you nicely to get out of your car. Mm. If you've ever seen a police chase on TV, whether it's a really one in the news or in the movie, if someone fleas, they try to get away and the police were chasing them. And there's a big you know, high speed chase, and everybody's driving like crazy when the person eventually can't drive anymore or if they stop the police. Don't say Excuse me, sir, or excuse me, ma'am, can you please get out of the car? Know if there's a huge police chased the poor and it stops. The police have their guns off and there's like, Get out of the car, push yours your hands. And then when they get up close to the car, they grab the person and they throw him out and put him in handcuffs. And some people are like How Why did the police do that? That seems kind of crazy. They're using so much force. Well, the idea is, if someone runs from the police, the police don't know what's in the car. They could have drugs. They could have weapons they could have something that could cause harm or hurt someone else. So when the police finally catch up to the person, they have to eliminate the potential threat as quick as possible. And the quickest way to do that is to grab him out of the car and put him in handcuffs. It's not nice. It's not pretty, but it eliminates the potential that the person would hurt someone. Right. Okay. All right. So another way to answer the question could be, uh oh, It's actually extra. Under this one, they'll drag you out. All right. So, like, just like I was saying, if you run from the police, they're not gonna ask you nicely to get out of the car. Gonna drag you up, okay? You could become a fugitive from the, uh, and have an adventure. I don't know if it's a good adventure, but you would have an adventure. Ah ha. Mustafa Rz says you will make friends in prison, Huh? Maybe that is the happy ending to this horrible story. You will still don't worry. You make problems with the police. Your status you'll still have good buddies and friends in prison. All right, so this response. You could become a fugitive from the law and have an adventure. Uh, you could become a fugitive. A fugitive is a criminal. Or someone who is accused of breaking a crime. Usually something serious, right? Like robbery, murder, kidnapping, something probably violent in their running. They're trying to escape from the police. So that's a fugitive. Let's see Olga's event. TOBA says, Haven't you watched the news? You tell me. Uh huh. Well, actually, I was I used to be a police officer, so we had to do this stuff. I mean, I've been in police chases and yeah, it doesn't end very well for the person who tries to get away. Because, like I said, the whole idea that the police are looking at the situation is that there's a potential threat. And if the person is willing to drive like crazy and as they're driving their cars like a weapon, right, it can kill people. It can run over people. I've had the car hit my car. Uh, so they're they're dangerous. And when the police finally catch up to them, they try to eliminate the threat, which means stop any potential of more damage or more people getting hurt. So they put him in handcuffs right away. And yes. Okay. Seaburg head says you're gonna be thrown violently, probably. All right. They're not going to say excuse me. Knock, knock, knock on your window. Can you please roll your window down? Thank you. Please get out of the car. No, it's like, Ah, break the window. Get out of the car. OK, so these are other ways to answer the question. They'll eventually catch you. They won't ask you nicely to get out of your car. They'll drag you out. You could become a fugitive from the law. A criminal who's trying to run and have an adventure. Rocket says risky job. Yes, for both the criminal and for the police officer. If you want to be a criminal running from the police, you want to be a full time criminal. That is your career goal. You've picked a very risky job. And if you're a police officer, yes, you've also picked a risky job. Okay, so let's take a look at other ways to answer this question. And what would happen if the next time I don't stop for the police? Mm. I have more answers. Let's see. Get my cursor here. There it is. If I was you, I jump out of the car and let let's see. Oh, if I was with you. That's right. If I was with you. So let's pretend the dad was with the girl when she's driving like crazy. If I was with you, I'd jump out of the car there and let you drive away on your own. I'm not crazy. Uh, do in this situation, maybe the guy and the girl are together. The girls driving, she's speeding in the police like, Whoa, you know, And that's a signal to like, you know, stop and pull over and she just takes off and the guys like you can take off. But I'm jumping out of the car. You could drive away on your own. I'm not going with you. Just opposite. That means you're going to flout the regulations. Allow. Doesn't you're gonna ignore the regulations, huh? Police will capture you, and you will not be free for a while. All right. Here's another response to what would happen if the next time I don't stop for the police, right? The devil horns on your head will grow bigger and you will become for evil. Oh, let's see, Let's put that one into the mini conversation. And what would happen if the next time I don't stop for the police, the devil horns on your head will grow bigger and you will become more evil. Maybe if you have super powers, you can fight the police, but maybe it's not worth it over a speeding ticket. Okay. All right. So these are other ways to answer the question at the end, you know what would happen. So we talked about They'll eventually catch you. They won't ask you nicely to get out of the car. They'll drag you out. You could become a fugitive from the law. Once again, A fugitive means a criminal or suspected alleged criminal running away from the government . The law and you could have an adventure. But it might not be the adventure that you want. All right. Also, Yeah. This is from the guy's perspective. If he was in the car, I was with you. I jump out of the car and let you drive away on your own. I'm not crazy, Right? Or, uh, the devil horns on your head will grow bigger and you will become more evil, right? Okay. It's almost time for the quiz. Well, I'm going to go ahead and put on my glasses, cause I'm pretty excited. But the first thing we're gonna do is I'm gonna have you guys watch the conversation all the way again, right? Uh, well, stop. Varzi says you are not the night king toe overcome police officers. Who knows what superpowers people have. Okay, here we go. Watch the full conversation. I won't say anything. And when it's finishes, it's quiz time. See, I have my classes. I'm ready to go. Here we go. You're gonna have to bite the bullet on this one. Why? I wasn't speeding. I was just driving a bit fast. Well, the police officer didn't agree with you. And now you have a $300 ticket. You're gonna pay for it, right? Whoa. No way. You're biting the bullet on this one, Not me, man. What would happen if the next time I don't stop for the police? Okay? 6. Quiz & Review: Yes. What? It is quiz time. Yes. Okay, here we go. Were you listening? We'll find out. Question number one If this girl is already driving a car, she must be a a superhero. Be older than she looks or see crazy and insane. Here's your music. Let me know in the comments. What is your answer? - Okay , I love the music, but we have to get back to the quiz. All right, So if this girl is already driving a car, she must be be Uh huh. Older than she looks right. So if we look at the conversation or the picture of the girl in the conversation, he's quite young, right? And I don't know the laws in all of the countries, but, uh, least in the U. S. You can get your permit to drive when you're 15. I'm not sure if it's changed. I doubt it. But the permit is like a piece of paper. It means you can you convey drive if there's someone with you that has a license. And once you turn 16 you can get your real license, and then you can be by yourself. So there's no way this girl is 16 till you must be older than she looks. In other words, her real age must be I er than what it seems to be. And I see I see quite a few people put See, crazy and insane. What was your first tip? The horns. Thebes. Evil horns coming out of her head. All right, well, let her a a superhero. It just doesn't make any any sense. Be, I think makes the most logical sense. She's older than she looks, so maybe she is, You know, much older than she actually seems. Appears and see Crazy in and insane. A definite possibility. Right? Uh, rock head says in my countries you should be 18 in order to get your license. Okay. There you go. It depends on the country where you're at, right? Okay, Right. It's time for question number two. The two people in the video are likely a lawyer and client. Be boss and employee. See father and daughter, huh? All right, here's your music. - Okay . Two people in the video are likely father and daughter. E think there were a few times that I actually said the dad is saying to the daughter or that the father says, Whoa, no way! Okay, so father and daughter, you know their their family, two generations, the father generation and the daughter generation boss, the other ones, I mean, besides that, I said, You know, before that he's a father. We could maybe it could maybe fit the situation. If it's a lawyer and client, right? Maybe the client just called them. It's like, Ah, I need to get out of this Or the client called the lawyer and said, I need to get out of this ticket. Got to help me, All right? It's a possibility, but it's kind of improbable. Unlikely that the girls actually driving right and employees and boss e probably not of the choice is the best answer is father and daughter. All right, all right. Mustafar Z says if he was her father, he has to cover her daughter's fine. It's probably true, actually, if she's what's called a minor, which means in the U. S. A minor is someone who is under 18. And then if the person makes problems, yes, who they come Teoh, they come knock on the parents store. Hey, your kid was, you know, making problems where you going to do about it? Right. Okay, here we go. Question number three. If the girl bites the bullet, then she'll decide to a pay the money. Be fight the ticket or C eat ammunition. Okay, here's your music. - Okay . So if the girl bites the bullet, then she'll decide to a pay the money. All right, so let's go back to I know we talked about bite. The bullet means accept the consequences. Right? So if she bites the bullet, she eventually is gonna have to say, Yeah, I went I was speeding. They gave me a ticket. I don't like it, but I have to pay it If I want to keep my license right. Or if I want to be able to drive in the future, you could say she needs to be brave. And right now she hates the situation. But I gotta move forward, right? Except the situation how it is because you can't change it and still move forward towards your goals. I imagine this girl wants to drive in her life, right? So she's not gonna Hopefully she bites the bullet and just gets it over with. All right. Okay. So answer so the question if the girl bites the bullet, then she'll decide to a pay the money, bite the bullet. She accepts it and moves on. So she's gonna pay the money. So be doesn't make sense. He's not gonna fight the ticket if she bites the bullet, cause if she accepts it, she accepts responsibility and pays the money. Then that means she's not fighting the ticket. And C is just crazy. And I think Mustaf rz ammunition. I think he went to a dictionary. Yes. Wonderful way to use your resource is, let's see, so ammunition objects that could be shot from a weapon. So just bullets or bombs, right? This is the thing about idioms, right? Is bite the bullet. If you don't understand the hidden meaning or the extra meaning, then you're like she's gonna too. You're gonna chew on a bullet. She's gonna put it in her mouth and be like our hearts are no. Or is she gonna eat ammunition? No, that's the beauty of idioms, right? They make a language very colorful. She's gonna bite the bullet, right? So she's not gonna eat ammunition in this situation. She's going to pay the money and fix the situation. Accept responsibility. Okay. Question number four. Wonderful. If a guy asked you to pay $1 million for a paper clip, you might say a whoa, Of course. Be, uh I can pay half or see What, are you crazy? - Okay . All right. So if a guy asked you Hey, you pay $1 million for this beautiful paperclip, It's shiny and so nice. You will hold your papers together. It's the best ever. You might say. What, are you crazy, right? No. This is the only one that makes sense, right? And we talked about it before. Let's see, other ways to say Ah. Whoa! No way. Right. What? I won't do that. Uh, that's not an option or right here. A Are you crazy, right? Not in a 1,000,000 years. No way. Never. Okay. No. Right. If a guy asked you to pay $1 million for a paper clip, you might say you would probably say What, are you crazy? Whoa. At first it sounds like you know. Whoa, I'm surprised I'm not never gonna do it. But then it ends with off course. Yes. I will pay $1 million for a paper clip because I'm crazy. All right. Be says, huh uh is kind of like I'm confused or I don't quite understand what you're saying or you're saying something that it's kind of crazy, right? And you can say, But they say I can pay half right. I can still pay half a $1,000,000. $500,000 for that. Beautiful off. Such a nice paperclip. Okay, I think it's obvious here that the only answer that fits is see what, are you crazy? Okay, time for question number 50 let me check out some of the comments, etc. Mustafa rz and said we have access to cutting edge technology, and I think he's talking about when he Well, he went to the dictionary and put the definition in the comments. Wonderful. Let's see, Olga's Mantova says it is a cool paperclip, isn't it? It must be if it if this guy thinks it's worth a $1,000,000 right? Okay. Question number five. Who? The police will probably say a pay the money. Be pay the toll. See? Pay the waiter. All right, here's some music, you know. Okay, So for this answer the peace, the police will probably say a pay the money, right? None of the other answer is quite make sense, but we'll talk about them either way. Excuse me. All right. So the peace the police are going to say, Pay the money, right? They wrote the ticket. You broke the law, and they want you to accept the consequences. They want you to bite the bullet. Yes, I love that idiom. Got to do it. Just accept it and move forward and move on with your life. Pay the money. Okay. Pay the toll on right. A toll is something that you have to pay to gain access to a street. Not maybe a street, but maybe a freeway. A nice highway, very common. If they have a private section of a highway and maybe the government uses the government could do it too. But either way, the idea of a toll is it's money that you have to pay to access a certain area, whether it's a freeway, whether it's maybe a road, private road, even a public road. And they usually use the toll money to fix up the road, right? It's not usually to make money. It's usually to fix you know when there's potholes, when there's cracks when there are things that are wrong. So the toll is just the money that you pay. Maybe it's to the credit card, and you swipe something or you put coins in something, right? Okay. Pay the waiter. Um, the police won't see this, right? The waiter is the guy that brings food to your table. And, you know, asked what do you want to order yourself like that? So see? Doesn't make any sense at all. So best answer is a pay the money. Okay, so we just did the quiz. Right? Wonderful. 7. Review & Conclusion: What did we accomplish today? Well, did we watch a conversation? Well, let's see. I think we did, cause it's, you know, it's right over here. We watched the crazy conversation inside child with the devil horns. All right. Did we analyze the conversation? Well, yes, we did. Did we talk about phrases and vocabulary? Well, let's take a look. What did we talk about? We talk to boat bite the bullet. The video. Wonderful. I love idioms. He didn't agree with you. You're gonna pay, right? Well, no way. And what would happen, right? And then we also answer the question at the end of the conversation. Right. Okay, so we did a lot today. Moving forward. What else do we do? Did we use pictures to help? Understand? Yeah. There were pictures on each slide to go along with the responses. Did we take a quiz off course. We took a quiz, right? Love quizzes. I'm worried. My classes. That means we must have taken a quiz, right? Did we have some fun? I had fun. I had a great time. Our motto is Improve your English and become more valuable, right? So improve your skills, right? English is just one of many skills when you improve your life. When you make yourself more valuable, you learn a new skill. You learn a new ability. It's you become more valuable because you can create more value for other people. Yourself, your family, your friends, everyone. If you have more skills, you can do more things. And English is one of those things that allows you to do more stuff, right. You could communicate with people, have more opportunities. Yes. Okay, so let's see. I'm off finished for today. I only have one thing left to do that is play the music at the end. All right, here we go. Okay. All right. Thanks, everyone. All right, See you soon. I'll put that in the comments to All right, take care, and we'll see later.