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English Conversation + QUIZ | "keep your nose clean"

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8 Lessons (58m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:08
    • 2. Lesson Information

      0:49
    • 3. Watch a Conversation

      1:15
    • 4. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases Part 1

      11:11
    • 5. Quiz #1 & Review

      8:03
    • 6. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases Part 2

      18:43
    • 7. Quiz #2 & Review

      12:01
    • 8. Review & Conclusion

      3:24
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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: once again in the conversation. He says not what I mean. That's not what I mean. Okay, so here are other ways to say that's not what I mean. So you can say that's not what I'm trying to say, right? Right? You're confusing the situation. All right, So the information that I'm trying Teoh l to you, you're confused. Somehow we don't do anything bad. Just drop a few bangs. Uh huh. Oh, my daughter. Uh, okay. So I'm gonna give you other ways to say we don't do anything bad. You don't do anything bad, right? We don't do anything bad. Okay, here are other ways to say we don't do anything bad. You can say we don't cause problems. All right? We don't do anything bad, right? Okay. We don't who don't Don't complicate things. All right? So these are all other ways to say we don't do anything bad. Okay, so we watch the conversation. All right, let's do it. And we're gonna watch it all the way through this time without me stopping. Okay? And then we're gonna answer the question at the end. How would you respond? Here we go. Why? Question number one Here we go. If we keep our nose clean, what would we not do? L bold ladies steal candy, Spill our drink once again if we keep our nose clean. What would we not do? Yeah. 2. Lesson Information: All right, here we go. All right, let's take a look. All right, I'm live. Wonderful. Welcome to everyone. Okay, so let's get started and jumped right in. All right, move this down. Out of the way. Just a little bit. Okay. So let's take a look at what are we going to study today, Right. We're gonna watch a conversation conversation right over there. We're gonna analyze the conversation, talk about phrases and vocabulary. Use pictures to help understand, Right? As we break the conversation apart, take two quizzes. That's right. I said to not one but two quizzes and hopefully we have some fun, right? All right. 3. Watch a Conversation: right. Okay, So the first thing we need to do is we need to watch the conversation. Okay, so here we go. I'm gonna push play, and we're gonna watch it all the way through. I won't say anything. Here we go. Why can't you keep your nose clean? I can. I have a tissue right here. That's not what I mean. You need to be more careful who you hang around. What, you don't like my friend? No, I don't like your friends. They're all criminals and Gangsters. We don't do anything bad. Just rob a few bangs. If you don't choose new friends and keep your nose clean, you can live here anymore. I'm gonna call my Gamester French, and you'll be sorry. Okay. So if you have seen my lives before, you know that when I hear the music, I have to dance 4. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases Part 1: All right, let's take a look at the first part. Why can't you keep your nose clean? Mm. Let's talk a boat. Keep your nose clean. I like this picture here. We'll talk about it in just a moment, but I'm gonna give you other ways to say, keep your nose clean. This is the medium, right? So it doesn't actually mean, you know, get a tissue like she did in the conversation and clean your nose. It means something different. Okay, so here we go. 1st 1 it means stay out of trouble. Right? So don't do things that are going to get you in trouble. Keep your nose clean, right? Don't look. Look, I can type. I know it. Don't look for problems. All right. Keep your nose clean, avoid problematic situations. And don't put your reputation in danger. In other words, keep your nose clean. Stay out of trouble, huh? We have someone in the comments. Bunny Beth says hi. Say hello. Welcome. Okay, so here we are other ways to say, Keep your nose clean. Let's do some pronunciation. Repeat after me, and if you're doing pronunciation with me, put some apples in the comments and it lets me know that you're participating. All right, here we go. Repeat, keep your nose clean. Stay out of trouble. Don't look for problems. Avoid problematic situations. Don't put your reputation in danger. Let's talk about a few of these. Your reputation is your history what people think about you. Right? So if you have a bad reputation, it might be difficult for you to get business, to get friends or to have people want to deal with you. Right? So don't put your reputation in danger. If you do bad things, then your reputation is in danger. Uh, Mustafa rz is here. I salute everyone. He says Hello. Hello and welcome. All right, so right now we're talking about other ways to say, Keep your nose clean, Avoid problematic situations. So avoid means. Don't go there, Right? Stay away from it. Problematic is Theo adjective, right? So problem is the known. What is it? It's a thing. It's Ah problem if we avoid problematic situations. What kind of situation? Well, it's a problematic one. So the adjective here is problematic. It's describing what kind of situation that Sea Otter Hunter Han says. Hello, everyone. Hello and welcome. Okay, So these are other ways to say, Keep your nose clean and I have to talk about this picture. Maybe in the comments, you guys could help me describe this picture so this would be a good example of not keeping your nose clean, cause this guy, I think it's a guy. He's basically looking for problems, right? So he's laying down in the middle of a road and it looks like a hot day. He has his hat over his face and his arms or spread out. His legs were spread out, and he's just waiting for a problem. But this would be the opposite of keep your nose clean, right? This would be the opposite of stay out of trouble because if you're laying down in the middle of the road and you're taking a nap, you're just waiting for a car or truck to come and go right and run you over, so that's not really good. Bunny Beth says he wants to die. It's possible. Maybe he's just so tired. He's like the middle of the road. Looks like a great place for a nap, but I think this was this is what you would call a problematic situation laying in the middle of the road, and he is not avoiding it. He's going straight into it. All right, let's move forward in the conversation here ago. I can I have a tissue right here. That's not what I mean. You need to be more careful who you hang around. Uh huh. The first part. That's not what I mean. Ah, Mustafa Rz says he has a problem. Maybe his car was broken in a remote area. Let's go back to the picture. Yeah, it's possible. And I still have to ask the question, Why? Why are you laying in the middle of the road? I don't know. OK, so let's talk about other ways to say that's not what I mean. Once again, in the conversation, he says, Not what I mean. That's not what I mean. Okay, so here are other ways to say that's not what I mean. And if you guys have other ways, what have been the comments and I will talk about them, OK, so you can say that's not what I'm trying to say, all right? I'm trying to say something else. So similar words, but a different order to still say That's not what I mean. You could say your assumption is incorrect, right? So if I'm saying something and then or someone else some says something, I say that's not what I mean What I'm trying Teoh, talk to them is OK, well, what you're thinking about what I'm saying. Your assumption is incorrect, all right? You're confusing the situation, All right, So the information that I'm trying to hell to you, you're confused. Some home. And you can also say that not what I want to say. So some of these air very similar to That's not what I mean, Right? But here we go. Let's see. Let's do a little pronunciation. Repeat after me. That's not what I mean. That's not what I'm trying to say. I'm trying to say something else. Your assumption is incorrect. You're confusing the situation. That's not what I want to say. All right, so these are all other ways, too. Say that's pretty much a similar thing of That's not what I mean. Mustafar Z says Your guest is not as good as mine. Who was? The idiom is usually your guess is as good as mine, which means you know, I don't really know, But your guess is not s Curtis mine who I think that communicates that what you're thinking is not what I'm trying to say, right? So I'm trying to communicate something. But your guess your guess. It what I'm saying is not correct, OK? And in the picture, I guess we have a toy, and he's got his arms up when he's like Ah, ah, that's not what I'm trying to say. Your assumption. What you're assuming is incorrect. Okay? Right. Next part of this conversation is still in this section. Let's take a look. That's not what I mean. You need to be more careful who you hang around. Uh huh. Let's talk a boat. Hang around. So this is a phrase, right? It's not a full sentence. Oh, in this picture. Well, I will be talking about this picture in a moment, but first, let me give you other ways to say, hang around. And if you guys have ideas, put them in the comments. Okay? So we could say spend time with right. Who are you hanging around or you're spending time with, right? It's the people that you're with. We could say, and I'll put the quote so that we know that it's a phrase. It's not a full sentence. Okay, so what's a share your time with if you spend your time with someone is kind of like spending money, right? You're using your time for something. You use your money for something now, Years in your time. You could share your time with something, huh? Mustafa? Rz says do something with right? That means, like, take action. You're doing things with people, right? You're hanging around them. Very nice. We could also say this is a bit more formal, but I'll give you guys some other ways. You could say with whom you associate and associate is really good. Way to just say hang around. Right? Who do you associate with With whom you associate? Uh huh. Okay, let's say with with whom you keep company. All right? Keep company is just describing the company that people that you spend time with, the people around you. Okay, We can also say with whom you socialize. So we are very social people, right? That's inside the word. Socialized, socialized basically means to interact with other people, right? So if we're talking about. Who do you hang around they were talking about with whom you socialize With whom you keep company. Like Mustafa says, Do something with who do you do things with? Who do you hang around? Right. All right. Okay. And, ah, the picture I have to I found this picture so you might ask, huh? Do you hang around this nice lady who loves to walk in the woods with her tongue? But this It looks like little Red Riding Hood. What Little Red Riding Road is carrying. Ah, meat Cleaver. This is what she's holding in her hand. It's a kind of knife on meat Cleaver. Something tells me her intentions are not innocent. So we have little Red Riding Hood walking through the woods with her meat cleaver, and she has his evil look on her face. So if someone says, who do you hang around? Well, I socialize with little Red Riding Hood. Sometimes we run around the woods with our meat meat cleavers. Okay. All right. It's time for our quiz 5. Quiz #1 & Review: our quiz. All right? I don't have my regular glasses, but I do have glasses so I can be serious and be like we're taking a quiz. Okay, so let's do it. Let's see if you're listening. All right, Question number one. I'm gonna move the conversation back to the beginning. Question number one. Here we go. If we keep our nose clean, what would we not do? L bold ladies steal candy, spill our drink once again if we keep our nose clean. What would we not do? Okay, I think it's time for some music. Here we go. Put your answer in the comments. Okay? So, question if we keep our nose clean, what would we not do? All right, so here we go. The answer is steal candy. So let's talk about the sea. Keep our nose clean, Right? Let's take a look. I know we talked about it. Uh huh. Here it is. If you want to stay out of trouble, what will you not do? You're trying to not look for problems, right? Okay, so let's take a look at our options. Rio, if you help old ladies, Well, that's a good thing, right? Maybe they need to cross the street and you help them. Well, that's a wonderful thing. So that would be an idea. That would be a way of saying you are keeping your nose clean. All right. If you steal candy, you're taking things that are not yours, right? You're not paying for it. So you're probably breaking the law and you're making problems for yourself. So that's the best answer. Spill our drink. You know, it's not really a big deal. You bump it with your elbow where it falls over on the table and it makes things wet. Not a big deal. Right? Okay. So if we keep our nose clean, what would we not do? Well, we would not steal candy, because that is going to make other people not like us. And it's gonna hurt our reputation. Hey, question number two. And this one is a picture question. Here we go. What is this girl carrying? What is little Red Riding Hood carrying? Here we go. A meat cleaver, kitchen shears or a steak knife. Ah, little Red Riding Hood. You so wonderful. Okay, here's your music. - Okay , So the question is, what is this girl carrying What is this nice, peaceful girl who's just happens to be walking through the woods with a cycle? Look on her face? Okay, so she is carrying a meat cleaver. I remember saying that multiple times that she is carrying a meat cleaver, right? So let's look at the other answers that are incorrect. They all have to deal with food. Uh huh. Bony, Beth says. What means steak? Okay, I'll get that to that one in a moment. First, let's talk about kitchen shears. Kitchen shears are basically scissors, but they're extra tough, the extra strong. And they're made for kitchen stuff like cutting, maybe chicken bones, cutting things that are very tough. So kitchen shears are just a type of scissors, but very tough, strong scissors. All right, Steak knife. All right. A steak is beef, right? So from a cow, they cut portions off a piece of meat and they cook it eso When Buddy Buddy Best says, what means steak steak is meat meat from a cow, right, And it's often we use a knife with steak because then you can cut it easier, right? So a steak knife is just a sharp knife that you used to cut meat right? But this girl, this lovely girl walking through the woods she's carrying a meat cleaver So a meat cleaver You have a big chunk of meat, right? And need to cut it off. You get the meat cleaver and whack and you cut the meat, right? So the meat cleaver is really sharp and is really we're reconnecting. I'm not sure what happened there. Let's take a quick look if we're live or hang around who? Ah person with whom we socialize is someone we hang underneath Hang somewhere or hang around. Okay, here is your music, but okay . Uh huh. So the question is a person with whom we socialize is someone we hang around right? And I know we talked about that. Let's take a look Ingrown Ah ha! Here it is with whom you socialize, right? Someone you spend time with. You share your time with with whom you associate And there's the freaky girl It's like she's following us around She's everywhere Ah Mustafa Rz says in a nutshell. Hang around Great use of the idiom You know the words in a nutshell. To be concise, right to go straight to the point. Right. Okay, so there's the girl with her meat cleaver. Let's get away from her. Okay, So a person with whom we socialize is someone we hang around. Okay, So the other answers. This quite doesn't make sense. See, if we put it in a person with whom we socialize is someone we hang underneath. No. So if you have, like, something, and then you hang them underneath, yeah. Doesn't make much sense. And if you hang them somewhere like you, hang them on the wall? No, that doesn't really make sense either. So we're looking for hang around someone that you spend time with. Okay. Great. All right. So we just did our quiz number One exciting stuff. 6. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases Part 2: All right, So let's take a look. Let's go back to the conversation. And I think we made it up to a boat year, but we'll go ahead and play. Here we go. Need to be more careful who you hang around. What, You don't like my friends? No, I don't like your friends. They're all criminals and Gangsters. We don't do anything bad. Just rob a few bangs. Uh huh. Oh, my daughter. Okay, so I'm gonna give you other ways to say we don't do anything bad. You don't do anything bad, right? We don't do anything bad. Okay, here are other ways to say we don't do anything bad. If you have ideas, put them in the comments and help me out. Here we go. You can say we don't cause problems, all right? We don't do anything bad. We don't hurt anyone. We don't cause mischief. We don't, huh? Make trouble, Mustaf. Rz. Say what, Right. Okay. We don't who don't Don't complicate things. All right, So these are all other ways to say we don't do anything bad. First let's do pronunciation and then we'll talk about each one. Okay? So repeat after me. We don't do anything bad. We don't cause problems. We don't hurt anyone. We don't cause mischief. We don't make trouble. We don't complicate things. Okay, so we don't cause problems. There's another way to say we don't make problems so we don't do things that make problems come up. Right? Uh, we don't hurt anyone, okay? This is kind of another way of saying we don't make problems for people. We don't do things that will cause stress for people. We don't hurt anyone. We don't cause mischief, huh? Mischief is another way to say problems, right? So other things air, you know, mischief. Like a kid gets into mischief. He steals something or hide your hide your shoes or something. He causes problems, Okay? Uh huh. Bonnie Beth says What? What does mischief means? Love questions on Mustafar Z. You have some green apples. I think that means he was doing pronunciation rate. All right, So mischief is another word for problems, right? So if kids make problems, they're causing mischief, mischief, things that cause other people to be like Ah ha given me stress, you're making things difficult for me. Stop causing so much mischief, right? It is very common to talk about Children, right? When they're misbehaving, they're eating too much ice cream. They're breaking windows with rocks or something. They're causing mischief, right? They're making problems. So mischief is almost the same thing as problems. You're becoming a headache for people, right? All right. We don't make trouble almost the same exact same meaning as we don't cause problems. We don't complicate things. Complicate means to make things more complex. So before it was simple. But now it's complicated, right? And if you have problems in a situation while things become more complicated, more complex, more difficult to deal with because you have to fix the problems or someone else has to fix the problem. So it's just not a great thing, right? Uh huh. And I realized I'm still wearing my glasses and we're not even taking a quiz. Oh, my goodness. What am I doing? OK, so once again, complicate means to make things more complex. All right, let's talk about the picture. This guy, uh, Mustafar Z says mischief. A nice fresh word. Thank you. You're welcome. Uh huh. Great to boost, boost and build the vocabulary. Okay, so this picture, why don't you guys tell me in the comments, How do you think this guy feels? MM. If we had to describe how this guy feels right now, I mean, he has much more hair than I dio, but he's still like, How do you think he feels? Let us know in the comments. I'm waiting to see what you guys have to say. How does this guys feel? Let's say his name is George, all right. It looks like George isn't wearing a shirt. He's wearing some sort of suit jacket. He's got sunglasses on Nice. And I said I would say he's really upset. Maybe someone is causing a lot of mischief and he's just kind of freaking out. He's like, Ah, I can't take it anymore You guys were giving me a headache. So someone has done something bad and something is complicated, and he just stressed out, All right, let's move forward in the conversation. We don't do with anything bad. Uh, and Bonnie Beth says he feels frustrated. Mustafa Rz says he is exhausted with mischief that he has, or that other people are causing other people, could be causing mischief for him. In other words, other people are causing problems for him. So maybe he's not the one making the problems, but they're happening. Other people are making mischief. And he's like, Ah, I have to fix your problems, and I am pulling my hair out. Okay. All right. Here we arm or in the conversation, we don't do anything bad. Just rob a few bangs. If you don't choose new friends and keep your nose clean, you can live here anymore. I'm gonna call my Gamester French, and you'll be sorry. Okay. You'll be sorry. Okay. Uh, we haven't evil face. All right? So I'm gonna give you some other ways to say you'll be sorry. Great time when you're trying to going to get revenge on someone and you want to tell them about it. You'll be sorry. Here we go. You say you'll regret your decision. Mm. You'll be sorry. You're going to say gonna this more common to see that you're gonna wish you hadn't said that or done that or been here. You're gonna wish you hadn't done that or you hadn't said that. I'm gonna make you pay for your insulting words. You'll be sorry. Just wait until I get my revenge. Right? So these are all similar ways? Not exactly the same, but pretty much the same meaning and message that we're trying to communicate. You'll be sorry. You'll regret your decision. You're gonna wish you had and said that. And in the conversation he says If you don't choose new friends and keep your nose clean and keep your nose clean, you can live here anymore. And the girl didn't like that. She said, I'm gonna call my Gamester French and you'll be sorry going to call my gangster friends and you'll be sorry. Seem to stop rz. You will beg my forgiveness. Yes, sounds like straight out of a movie, right? The gangster movie. Someone's like Er, yeah, sorry, You will beg my forgiveness. Nice one. Well done. Okay, so these other ways to say you'll be sorry In the conversation, she says she's going to call her gangster friends and you will be sorry, right? Maybe the gangster friends were like, really powerful people, and they can make things happen good or bad things. All right. In this picture, we just haven't evil face like Wow, you know, I'm going to get revenge. You'll be sorry huh? Are you were You'll be sorry that you pissed me off, huh? Right. Okay, so let's ah, continue. Let the conversation finish out. Okay, so we're gonna answer this question after we watch the conversation all the way through. So the question at the end is, how would you respond? Right. So if someone says to you, I'm gonna get my gangster friends and you'll be sorry, What would you say? Well, get to that in just a moment, cause right now, let's watch the whole conversation, and I'm gonna stop briefly to give you other ways to say things. Okay, let me get ready. Here. But there. All right. Here we are. Done. Here we go. Why can't you keep your nose clean? Why can't you stay out of trouble? I see. I know. I haven't hear. Uh, why can't you just stay out of trouble? I don't just avoid problematic situations. I can. I have a tissue right here. That's not what I mean. That's not what I'm trying to say. Write Your assumption is incorrect. You need to be more careful who you hang around. You need to be more careful who you spend your time with. You need to be more careful with whom you associate. Stay away from Little Red Riding Hood with her meat cleaver. Okay. All right. Moving forward. What, You don't like my friends? No, I don't like your friends. They're all criminals and Gangsters. We don't do anything bad. We don't cause problems. We don't hurt anyone. We don't make trouble. Just rob a few bangs if you don't choose new friends and keep your nose clean. If you don't choose no friends and stay out of trouble or stop looking for trouble, you can live here anymore. I'm gonna call my Gamester French, and you'll be sorry. Uh huh. I'm gonna call my gangster friends. And your regret, your decision. Uh, your decision. You'll regret your decision. You're gonna wish you hadn't said that. Or like Mustafa said in the comments, you will beg my forgiveness. Right. Okay. Okay. So we watch the conversation. All right, let's do it. And we're gonna watch it all the way through this time without me stopping. Okay? And then we're gonna answer the question at the end. How would you respond? Here we go. Why can't you keep your nose clean? I Can I have a tissue right here? That's not what I mean. You need to be more careful who you hang around. What do you like, my friends? No, I don't like your friends. They're all criminals and Gangsters. We don't do anything bad. Just rob a few bangs. If you don't choose new friends and keep your nose clean, you can live here anymore. I'm gonna call my Gamester French, and you'll be sorry. Okay. What a nice, peaceful conversation. But either way, Mustaf rz, you will be arrested with your Gangsters. It takes two to tango, right? It takes two to tango full of idioms. Right? There are two parts to a problem, right? Whoever's involved probably has some some, uh, responsibility. Okay, so let's answer How would you respond? And we're responding to the girl when she says Are I'm going to call my gangster friends and you'll be sorry. So the guy could say Beth the bunny best has no way little girl, right? He could also say who? Let's use our imagination. Okay, so the guy says, OK, ok, you win. And let's put his face on. So he's the one that would be saying this. He's like, uh okay. Okay, you win. Enjoy your lovely friends. So with this answer, he's kind of scared, right? He's scared of the gangster friends. And he's like, OK, you win. Whatever. Whatever you want. Enjoy your lovely friends. Lay low. Mehta says Good morning. Hello. She would respond now I'm in trouble. Yes, I'll talus Halimi. Gohar says hello. I say hello. Welcome to everyone. Okay, so the 1st 1 how would you respond to when she threatens with? I'm going to call my gangster friends and you'll be sorry the 1st 1 was, uh okay. Okay. You win. Enjoy your lovely friends. You could also say, Oh, those friends I thought you were talking about some other friends have fun. This probably would not be a good father, but it's a pretend conversation. So let's take a look. What? How? Well, how it would sound. If it was a mini conversation, I'm gonna call my Gamester French and you'll be sorry. Uh, okay. Okay. You win. Enjoy your lovely friends. Ah, those friends I thought you were talking about some other friends. Oh, Leila, all made it. No, I don't think you were wrong. We're just talking about ways. Different possibilities for answering the girl. Right? So it's kind of whatever you want to say in this situation, because it just kind of a silly conversation, But let's try some other responses. All right, So she says I'm gonna call my gangster friends and you'll be sorry. So how about he could say what you call those morons? Gangsters? Gangsters Wait until you wait. You meet my friends, The Navy seals. Mm. Okay. So when she threatens him, right, she's like, I'm gonna My gangster friends. We're gonna make you be sorry. He says, Well, what you call those morons you call those jerks morons is another way to say someone stupid or someone that is a jerk. You call those morons Gangsters? Wait until you meet my friends. The Navy seals the Navy seals are elite soldiers in the United States Navy in the military . They have really wonderful training and they kick butt, right. Mustafar Z says her hairstyle looks like her gangster friends. I agree. There's a one more. One more possible response. Let's see. Maybe you can introduce me to your friends. I've been looking at this one bank in particular dot dot dot com. Mm. All right. So I'm gonna call my gangster friends and you'll be sorry. And then he might say, Oh, well, maybe you can introduce me to your friends. I would like to meet your friends. I've been looking at this one bank in particular, so I think he knows that they rob banks. And maybe he's like, I have a good idea for a bank that we can rob. Let me meet your friends, and we can make a little bit of money. Okay, So these air kind of silly ways to respond through the conversation. Okay, Think it's time to move forward. Oh, it's just about time for the quiz. That's right. 7. Quiz #2 & Review: Let's go, Let's do it! Quiz and we have question number one. Put your answers in the comments. If you plan to get revenge, you might say you will be anxious. You'll be soaring. You'll be crazy. Okay, I got to be serious. If you plan to get revenge, you might say you'll be anxious. You'll be sorry or you'll be crazy. Oh, time for some music. Put your answer in the comments. - Okay , so the question If you plan to get revenge, you might say You'll be sorry. Right? And we talked about that. Let's take a look. Who with the evil face. You'll be sorry. You're good. You'll regret your decision. You're gonna wish you hadn't said that. And let's see, what was the one that Mustafa said. He said that the ah, you will beg my forgiveness. I like that. What, are you gonna bag my forgiveness? Right. Okay, let's take a look. That was question number one. If you plan to get revenge, you might say you'll be sorry. That's the answer. You'll be anxious. It doesn't quite work. Anxious just means nervous. And if you're the one, if I'm planning to get revenge, then I'm not going to say to people you're going to be nervous. They might be like, Well, that's not very Those words are not very strong. I don't really believe you, but if I say you'll be sorry has much more feeling of I'm gonna do something that is probably gonna maybe hurt you or something like that. And if you say you'll be crazy? Uh, yes. That doesn't make any sense. We want to get revenge. We want to get back at someone. All right? Okay. Question number two. How can we describe the girl's hair during this conversation? I knew I had to ask a question about her hair. Okay. Absolutely gorgeous. Incredibly boring or amazingly unkempt. Um, how can we describe the girl's hair during this conversation? Absolutely gorgeous. Incredibly boring or amazingly unkempt. Here we go. Here is some music or your listening pleasure, - but oh, okay. Who? I think we might have a possibility here to learn a new vocabulary word. Okay, so how can we describe the girl's hair during this conversation? And let's just take a look. The hair is great. Okay? I can. Okay. All right. So the hair Who There it is. there. It's moving. Ah is crazy here. Okay, so the choices are absolutely gorgeous, incredibly boring or amazingly unkempt. And the answer is amazingly unkempt because of the word unkempt just means messy, disorganized, not organized, right? Messy things air all around. And if we look at her hair, I mean her hair's all over her face. She's trying to talk through her hair. It's almost like she could start eating or chewing on her hair. So unkempt means messy or disorganized or not organized. Things air all around and disarray. They're everywhere. It's not organized. So that's the meaning off unkempt everybody repeat after me. Unkempt. No, I'm gonna say that regular speed unkempt. All right, so all together, it's amazingly unkempt. So amazingly just means really like, Ah, words that said, incredibly amazingly, really unkempt. Another way to say this answer is really messy. Really disorganized, Right? Right, Leila, Meena says Okay, Unkempt equals equals not organized. That's right. Messy, right? Ah, such a messy room. This met The room is so unkempt, right and unkempt. I won't say it's a really super common word, but it's Ah yeah, it's used. It's fairly common. All right, So can we say that her hair is absolutely gorgeous. He probably not, because it's just it's just really messy. It's unkempt, right? And is it incredibly boring? Well, if you ask me, I wouldn't say boring, because it's kind of exciting right when you have this crazy kid and her hair is, like, everywhere on her face. Wow. So much drama for the situation. Okay. All right. So the answer is amazingly unkempt. I think it's time for question number three. All right, we'll go back to the beginning. Here we go. In the conversation. What does the girl do with her friends? Her body's her friend. She invests money. She makes money. Okay, I will be serious in the conversation. What does the girl do with her friends? She invests money or she makes money. Mm. Here is your music. Enjoy it. - Okay . Lets see. Tala Salome. Gohar has Ah, an emoji that's like this. Hmm. But he Beth says she makes money cause they rob banks. It may not be a normal job, but she's making the money. See, Mustafa Rz says is the use of amazingly true there. Isn't it used in positive conditions? Well, you can use it for both. I'm gonna get to your question in a moment. Okay? I won't forget. Let's see. Answer in this in the conversation. What does the girl do with her friends? Well, she makes money, right? Because, uh, they're robbing banks. All right, let's find this. Let's find, uh oh, here it is. We don't do anything bad. Just rob a few banks. Uh huh. We could see the cash on the screen and the dollar sign. We just robbed a few banks. It's not like they're putting money into the banks. They're not investing. They're taking the money out. And there, Chuck Chain making the money. All right, so that's the answer. And you could say, you know, it's not a conventional way of making money. Conventional just means regular normal what most people do. These people live dangerously. They have an adventurous life robbing banks. So the answer is, she makes money, invest money. Could be like, you know, stocks and bonds. You're putting your money in, right? But she's doing the opposite to taking money out. Is making money, earning money? Investing money is something different. If you're talking about someone robbing a bank, you're not talking about them investing money. Okay, so let's see. Mustafar z had a question about amazingly unkempt. Okay, so and, he asked, Is amazingly supposed to be used in positive conditions? I think this is a wonderful question, and I would agree that most of the time, amazingly, is probably in a situation where it's like, Wow, you know, it's incredible. It's in Wow, it's amazing, right? Amazingly Okay. So it could also work for situations where you're just kind of like shock. And maybe it's not really good. Maybe it's just something that makes you go. Wow. And it's like That's amazing, But it's an amazing and kind of a weird way right. It's amazingly unkempt, and it's just the adverb here, and we're describing the adjective. Unkempt is describing how her It's the situation over hair. Her hair is unkempt, and we have to use the adverb here because adverb describes adjective. I love grammar. So amazingly is usually I would agree with you, Mustaf rz uh, that usually it's used in a positive way, and here is just kind of a way like, wow, that's really unkempt. It's incredibly unkempt, right? So I guess you could I guess you could say this is kind of negative, but it's just describing her hair and destroying intensity, increasing intensity in a really strong way. How messy her hair is, right? We didn't just say all her hair is unkempt, we said, amazingly unkempt. Uh, Mustaf rz says maybe he is messy, too. It's possible. Okay, so great question. Wonderful question. All right, so we just finished our second quiz, right? Uh, Mustafa Rz says it's conventional among the gangs. I think we're talking about robbing banks and making money, right? If you only hang around Gangsters. Yeah. It's conventional, its regular. It's something that everyone does. OK, so that was the second quiz. 8. Review & Conclusion: Let's talk about What did we accomplish today, right? Did were watch a conversation. Oh, yeah. Right over there. Right. There's a conversation. Nice, lovely conversation that everyone would probably hoped to have with their child. Maybe not. Okay. Did we analyze the conversation? Yes, we did. Did we talk about phrases and vocabulary? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Let's take a look. What did we talk about? Keep your nose clean. That's not what I mean. Hang around with crazy little Red Riding Hood and her meat cleaver. He's gonna are bad things are gonna happen. We also talked to boat. We don't do anything bad and you'll be sorry. Right? All right. So we did phrases and vocabulary, right? And we use pictures to help understand the picture that I remember the most would be little red Riding hood. Oh, sweet, sweet little red riding hood with the meat cleaver. Crazy psycho. Okay, let's see. Next. Did we take two quizzes? Yes, we did. All right. We had music to, uh it was lovely. And did we have some fun? Well, I don't know about you guys, but I have great fun when I teach. I love to teach especially when you can talk about psycho psycho little Red Riding Hood. Oh, it's gonna be a great English lesson. And we did some new vocabulary words today, right? Mischief, which just means making problems and unkempt, which just means, like, messy, disorganized. Okay, so that's it for me today. Improve your English and become more valuable, right? So we're talking about improving your English and having more skills, right, whether it's for a job, whether it's for communicating with people. But English is very important, especially if you're on the Internet. If you're talking with people from other countries, even if they speak different languages, almost always, people will come back to English to communicate, so we can say, become more valuable, have more skills. Okay, Mustaf Rz says. You're teaching is excellently superb. Anything with cycle Little Red Riding Hood has to be a good lesson, Layla Almeida says. Nice date. Everyone in this class yes, have a great day and Benny, But Buddy Best says, I love your channel Well, I have a lot of fun, and if I was here by myself, it would be kind of boring, right? So I love having the students come on and you guys are wonderful. Great job. Thank you very much. Tom LaSalle, amigo. Horses. Thank you for everything. All right. Thank you. OK, so I'm going to play the music at the end of the conversation. And Yes, I I might just dance, because that's what I do. Here we go. Okay, I'm out. See you guys later. Have a wonderful day wherever you are in the world, do you later.