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English Fluency: Speak English just like a Native and Learn many Phrases

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Lessons in This Class

19 Lessons (1h 9m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:12
    • 2. 1 respond to an offer

      6:05
    • 3. 1 Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself

      2:05
    • 4. Responding to an offer , Listening

      2:14
    • 5. 2 speak about future

      6:50
    • 6. 2 Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself

      2:06
    • 7. Speaking about future , Listening

      2:25
    • 8. 3 likes and dislikes

      7:44
    • 9. 3 Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself

      2:40
    • 10. Likes and dislikes , Listening

      2:20
    • 11. 4 making suggestions

      6:31
    • 12. 4 Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself

      2:47
    • 13. Making suggestions , Listening

      2:24
    • 14. 5 talk about jobs

      6:37
    • 15. 5 Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself

      2:10
    • 16. Talking about jobs , Listening

      2:16
    • 17. 6 talk about relationship

      4:29
    • 18. 6 Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself

      2:39
    • 19. Talking about relationship , Listening

      2:15
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About This Class

Are you tired of  learning English with old methods ?  

  We will teach you a completely new way to speak English successfully, without embarrassment!

You can speak English easily, and powerfully for business, travel, or fun. 

Are you tired of using a repetitive language ? 

Would you like to understand the formal and Informal Language ? 

So if your answer is Yes , This course is Definitely For You … 

Many students have trouble Using English in formal and Informal situations .. 

But in this course I would help you understand these differences and explain How to use them . ..

We have added an activity called “ Review and check yourself  “  

Which will help those students who want to Improve their accent and Pronunciation .. 

And then You will be asked you to answer questions to help you see if you have learned the lesson .. 

This is a good chance You will review the phrases and Remember them longer …

Remember , Repeating the sentences and phrases is the best way to Improve your Accent ..

The Method of Teaching you and helping you use and remember these phrase is . 

Understand where and how to use them  and then

Use them in real life situations

And finally review and check yourself 

You can join this class later too dear 

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Mister Rabiey

✪ Cambridge Certified Tutor

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✪ Master's Degree in English Literature UK
✪ Englishvid Founder & CEO.
✪ TESOL and CELTA Holder, IELTS 9 Holder
✪ Cambridge Certified Tutor

I believe that teaching is an art, like an artist, you need to be creative to be a good teacher.I always look for different things to do to help students get the information in the easiest way possible including animation programs, activities
I have more than 10 years of experience Teaching different Classes such as IELTS , TOEFL , CPE I have always tried to focus on the skills of speaking and helping learners change their brain to speak automatically, without needing to think.

My courses and classes will help you:See full profile

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1. Introduction : What formal and informal English phrases you use to speak about the future guys. What common phrases dN0 about making suggestions in English. And guys, what's the difference between these phrases? Sucker isn't my thing. I'm not a huge fan of soccer. Or soccer isn't my cup of tea. Where did we use these phrases? How? Simply not my cup of tea. It's not really my cavity. It's not really my cavity. The more fluent you are in English, the more interesting and exciting conversations you can have. Tell me something. How long guys approximately you have been studying English? Ru one of those guys who have been studying English for a long time, but steel can speak English fluently in lots of vocabulary grammar, but you still have difficulties putting these things together and making sentences and speaking village very well when you ask a language student what their goals are, almost every English students says, improving my speaking, like improving your writing glistening or any other skills. There are some techniques and ways you can use in order to improve your speaking. And if you use the right methods in learning and improving your English speaking, I'm sure you can communicate and speak just like a native English speaker. There are many common English phrases used by native speakers. And in this class we will introduce some of the most common English phrases used by native speakers. Here we will teach you ten common phrases in every lesson, and we will cover topics such as responding to an offer. We will teach you some common phrases to speak about the future. Speaking about likes and dislikes, making suggestions, speaking about relationships, jobs, et cetera, and guys, there is a conversation for every lesson so you can learn how these phrases are used in a real situation. You can also practice and check your understanding at the end of every lesson. So my dear friends, good, like adding many common useful English phrases to your English. 2. 1 respond to an offer : Hello, everybody. We have a new listen. And in this listen, we're going to learn 10 great ways to make at respond to an offer. So how can we make enough for our respond to an offer? Let's learn 10 great ways. So please get ready on focus. The 1st 1 Which is more for Molly's. Would you like a drink? Would you like a drink? Would you like a drink? Or for example, would you like to watch TV Number two E's informal. Do you want some water? Do you want some water or do you want some cake? So I'm trying to make an offer here. Number three. Can I get you something to eat? Can I get you something to eat? Or for example, I can say, Can I help you finish your homework? So I'm trying to make an offer. Number four, which is a little bit formal and polite is shall I Shall I open the window for you? Shall I open the window for you, for example? I can say, Shall I turn off the TV? A very polite way to make an offer. Shall I turn off the TV? Next one is. Let's go out. Sometimes we use let's to make an offer to We can say Let's drink coffee which is informal and very friendly, very casual way to make an offer. Number six is also formally is. May I bring you some coffee? May I bring you some coffee? Or I can say May I help you fix this car? So do not forget that this is it. This is a formal way to make an offer. Number seven is Shore thinks this is a way you can respond to an offer and accept an offer . Sure. Thanks. You accept the offer number rate. That would be very kind of you. That would be very kind of you. Which means that I appreciate and I thank you for your offer. And this is another way to accept somebody's offer. That would be very kind of you. Number nine days. Thank you. That would be great. That would be great. This is also a casual way to respond to an offer which is very casual and friendly too. For example, my friend tells me, may I bring you some coffee? And then I say Yes. Thank you. That would be great on the last one is No thanks. I'm okay. This is a very polite way to reject an offer. So we understood 10 great ways to respond on to make an offer. Let's repeat them very fast. Would you like a drink? Do you want some water? Can I get you something to eat? Shall I open the window for you? Let's go out sometimes. May I bring you some coffee? Sure. Things. That would be very kind of you. Thank you. That would be great. No, thanks. I'm okay. So, guys, let's see. Use these raises in some real examples Here. You can see that the waiter on and the man the man is in the restaurant with his wife. The waiter is making an offer here, which is very polite. Would you like a pizza? This busy is very delicious. And the mounts is Yes. Please. Yes, please. If you don't want to accept an offer, we should say No, thanks. No thanks. Next. The waiter is trying to make an offer here in a different way, which is more friendly. Do you want some pizza? Do you want some pizza? And the mounts is Thank you. That would be great. That would be great. Another way to make an offer, the waiter says. Can I get you something to eat? She's very informal, actually, To make an offer in the Mount says yes, That would be very kind of you, which is a very formal way to respond to an offer that would be very kind of you. It means that I appreciate your offer here. There is a conversation between Sarah and Taylor. Sorrow says, May bring you some cake, which is formal, AnnTaylor says. No, thanks. I'm OK. She's She's saying that she doesn't need a cuff. You know the cake. She doesn't need the cake use here. There is a conversation between Sarah and Rob and sauces. Let's travel to Italy. We could have a lot of fun. What do you think? So sorry is making a very friendly offer. No, Roman says. Yes, Exactly. Deaths. That's that's great. Or that would be great. That would be great. 3. 1 Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself : It's time to repeat these phrases already. Let's start. Would you like a drink? Do you want some water? Can I get you something to eat? Shall I open the window for you? Let's go out sometimes. May I bring you some coffee? Sure. Things. That would be very kind of you. Thank you. That would be great. No, thanks. I'm OK. Good job. Now let's move to the next part. You want to offer your friend a cup of coffee in an informal way? How do you make an offer? Do you want a cup of coffee? You are offering your teachers some homemade cakes in a formal way. So how do you make this offer? Would you like some cake? Would you like some cake? How do you accept this offer? If your friend says Let's go shopping. That would be great. 4. Responding to an offer , Listening : We'll learn ten great phrases for making an offer and are responding to an offer. Now, let's check here listening. So guys listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again as C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. That will be very kind of you if you could probable lend me $1000, that would be very kind of you. If you could probable lend me $1000. You'll have exhausted. Shall I help you with these heavy baggage, ma'am? Thank you. That would be great. You'll have exhausted. Shall I help you with these heavy baggage, ma'am? Thank you. That would be great. Jack, can I get you something delicious and the AMI to eat for dessert? Sure, Thanks. Jack. Can I get you something delicious and the AMI to eat for dessert? Sure, thanks. Would you like a magazine to read while you're waiting? Would you like a magazine to read while you're waiting? The offensive to occur before dinner. Thanks. Hmm. Okay. The offensive to occur before dinner. Thanks. Hmm. Okay. My upbringing, some coffee, it would hit the spot. Trust me. My upbringing some coffee. It would hit this, but trust me. 5. 2 speak about future : This is the problem off many students that they don't know how to speak about future plans on They don't know how to use these sentences in context, but in this Listen, I'm going to teach you 10 great ways to speak about future. Okay? Are you ready? Let's starts. The 1st 1 is I'm going to, which is very common. Most of the people say I'm gonna They connect, going to to. So sometimes we say I'm gonna instead off I'm going to. So we use be going to to talk about future plans and intentions. Usually, the decision about the future plans has already been taken or made. For example, I'm going to look for a new place to live next month. Or, for example, I'm going to travel to America. I'm going to learn idioms. And this week next one is on planning to I'm planning to. I'm planning to. It is also very easy a decision about how to do something in the future which is immediate , for example, on planning to get married. I'm planning to get married. Next one is I I hope to I hope to I hope to means to want something toe happen or to be true and usually have a good reason to think about it. For example, I'm hoping for an interview next week. I'm hoping for a interview next week. So I'm hoping that something happens or I want something to happen or to be true here. I'd like to, which is very clear. I'd like to actually Ah, we speak about something that we want to happen in the future. We like toe happen in the future. For example, I'd like to live this country soon. Next is I might And Andi I may. They are very common to we use May and my to speak about a future which is not sure and certain, for example, I am a CIA tomorrow. Which means maybe I will see you tomorrow on this is actually not exactly true. Next one is I'm thinking about I'm thinking about means to consider doing something. For example, I'm thinking about moving to San Francisco. This is an informal way to speak about future I'm thinking about, for example, I'm thinking about learning a new language. Next sees I have a plan to which is also very easy. For example, I have a plan to build a big house. Next one is subject. I'm is are to be verbs. And here we have very by Angie. You know, sometimes we use simple continuous tends to speak about planned future. For example, I'm meeting my friend tomorrow at six. Or for example, on Green to university tomorrow at nine. We use Ah, This tends to speak about future with specific actually time and place. Next one is I have decided to I have decided to This is also very clear. I have decided to when we speak about decisions that we want to take in the future we can use this. I have decided to maybe I have decided to buy a car. I have decided to change my job on the last one, which is also is a kind of expression or idiom. What I have on my mind what I have on my mind. He's what I have on my mind. Aizaz, for example, buying a new car. So this is something on my mind. I don't want to actually do it in the future. We learned 10 great ways actually to speak about future. I'm going to I'm planning to I hope to. I'd like to. I might may. I'm thinking about. I have a plan to present continuous. I have decided to on what I have on my mind is now. Let's use these F raises in some examples. Yeah, there's a conversation between Lily and sorrow, Little says. Hey, Sarah, what are your plans for next week? Do you want to go out and services? Actually, no. I'm a nuts being town. I'm planning to travel. So let's meet next week, dear. So she uses May because she hasn't. She's not sure about this here. There is a conversation between Jack and it, Jack says. What's your plan for tomorrow? Ted and Ted says, Well, I'm going to have a birthday party at home. I'm thinking about buying a nice gift for my wife. It's my wife's birthday. So he's, he says. I'm going to to speak about future plans in on friendly way. And here there's a conversation between two students, maybe sorrow and Ted Zara says, Hey, Ted, what's up? Are you free? Tomorrow? Let's go play volleyball and Ted says, Oh, I can't. I'm busy. I have decided to work and I have no free time. So Ted here speaks about his decisions. And here there is a conversation between Robin and Taylor. Robin says, Let's go shopping tomorrow, dear, are you free? Taylor says. No, not free at all. I have a plan to buy a car tomorrow, so maybe next time. So, guys, we learned a great ways to speak about future plans. Practice them and try to use them in your speech and don't speak in a very boring way. Good luck. 6. 2 Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself : OK, guys. Now let's repeat the phrases I'm going to. I'm planning to I hope to I'd like to I might. I may. I'm thinking about I have a plan to I have decided to What I have on my mind is perfect. Now let's move to the next part. And this is the part that you must test yourself. You have a plan to travel to Canada next month and you have already made this decision. So how do you say this? I'm going to travel to Canada next month. You have a plan to learn a new language next month. But you are not sure about this. So what do you say? I may learn French next month. If you want to informally speak about your future plan, what do you say? I'm thinking about traveling to Canada. 7. Speaking about future , Listening: We'll add 10 great phrases to speak and talk about future plans, right? Okay, now it's time to practice listening. So guys, listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again as C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. And note that what I have on my mind is shutting down this business is starting a new life in California. And note that what I have on my mind is shutting down this business is starting to get a new life in California. She's probably next month. You'd better shake a lake if you really wanted to marry her. She's crawling next month. The adventitia lake, if you really want to marry her. Mom. I'm thinking about moving our house to a more quiet neighborhood. What do you think? Mom? I'm thinking about moving our house to a more quiet neighborhood. What do you think might add is planning to build it big house on that vacant side these days. I'm not sure if you can afford it. My dad is planning to build it big house on that vacant side these days. I'm not sure if he can afford it. I've got a complicated exam next week. I'm going to spend all low VQ hitting the books. I've got a complicated exam next week. I'm going to spend all low VQ hitting the books. We altogether have decided to learn French. We just need to find a qualified teacher. Are we all together have decided to learn French? We just need to find a qualified teacher. 8. 3 likes and dislikes : here we have a very interesting lesson. This is 10 ways to talk about likes and dislikes. So how do we speak about our likes? Things that we love alike on How can we speak about things that we don't love and we don't like? Let's find out on the Let's get started. So the 1st 1 is I love. I love soccer. Yes, very simple. I love sucker. I love English. I love running. I love it. But the next one is I'm really into. I'm really into soccer, which means that actually you really love sucker. The next one is I live for sucker. I live for sucker or I live for for examples pizza to have something or someone as the most important thing in your life. So that's why we say I live for soccer, for example. She just lives for music, so music is the most maybe important think in her life. She lives for music. Next one is soccer is my thing. Soccer is my thing. This is a very friendly, casual way to speak about things you love. So soccer is my thing. It is something something one likes Orel, maybe dislike to do. For example, I don't want to go to the club tonight. Dancing isn't really my thing. So does dancing isn't really my thing. Means I don't like dancing. Number five A's I'm crazy about, um crazy abouts. It means to be very interested in something or love someone very much. For example, I'm crazy about Hot Dog. I'm crazy about that's beautiful girl. I love her very much. Number six is I'm not a huge fan off. For example, Mother Arts, someone who admires and supports a person sport, sport, team, etcetera. For example. I'm a huge fan of Taylor Swift. So I support her and I love her very much. Next one is Mother, aren't isn't my cup of tea. This is an idiom. Mother aren't Isn't my cup off t So Mother aren't isn't my cup of tea. It means that mother aunt is something that I don't like. Okay, Mother, artist, something that I don't like the definition off cop off T. He's an expression that is used to describe something you like something you are good at or something you enjoy doing. That's why we say that's for example, I can say ah BMW car is my cup of tea. Something I love and I enjoy. Or, for example, swimming is my cup of tea. Swimming is my cup of tea because I enjoy doing it number eighties. I don't really care about mother arts, something that is not important for you. We say I don't really care about it. For example, I don't really care about reading books. Yes, Reading books is not important for me. Number nineties I'm not into I'm not into is actually when you are into something, it means that you like it. So when you don't like something, you can say that you're not into it. For example, I'm into sports. I mean to playing video games or I'm not into meeting people. I'm not into smoking. Maybe on the last one is I can't stand something. This phrase expresses a strong dislike. For example, I can stand the news. Yes, I can stand some foods. Like, for example, I don't know. I can't stand sometimes you know, sushi. So we understood many ways to speak about something we love or something we don't love. So let's repeat them very fast. I love sucker. I'm really into soccer. I live for sucker Sucker is my thing. I'm crazy about soccer. I'm not a huge fan of mother arts. Mother Art isn't my cup of tea. I don't really care about mother art. I'm not into smoking. I can't stand, for example, smoking. Let's use these phrases in some examples. Here there is a conversation between Jack and sorrow. They are boyfriend and girlfriend. Jax is what happened. Saara, why are you angry? Please relax and let's talk on sources. No, please leave me alone. I can't stand you, Jack. You are not my boyfriend anymore. Please forget all about me and I don't really care about your words, okay? I think so. Rise very angry and she cannot stand Jack. She doesn't like him. Poor Jack. Next here, the boy and the girl, Our aim cinema or movie theater, Alex says, Oh, this is a great movie. I'm crazy about this actor. He's great. So he's crazy about the actor. It means that he loves back there very much on Robin says Yeah, I'm really into this movie. It makes me laugh and enjoy my time. Yeah, she says. Actually, she doesn't like reading books. It's boring. Reading books isn't hair cup of tea. She doesn't really care about school. She doesn't like going to school. And here you can see that he's kissing iPhone. So he's a huge fan of iPhone. This phone is his thing. I cannot live without it. I'm spending most of my time with iPhone with this foam. Okay, good for you. Okay, guys, we learned many ways to speak about likes and this lights practice on used these phrases in your speech. 9. 3 Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself : Okay, guys, this is the time that we must repeat these prices already. Repeat after me. I love soccer. I'm really into soccer. I live for soccer. Soccer is my thing. I'm crazy about soccer. I'm not a huge fan of modern art. Mother, art isn't my cup of tea. I don't really care about modern art. I'm not into mother art. I can stand Mother art. Well done. Now let's move to the next part. You want to say that you love to eat a lot of ice cream? How do you see this? I'm really into ice cream or ice cream is my thing. I love driving very much. How can I say it to show that I love it very much? Um, crazy about thriving. I love Taylor Swift, a famous singer, and I want to show that I support her. What should I say? I'm a huge fan off Taylor Swift. I'm a huge fan of Taylor Swift. I want to express strong dislike and say that I don't love going to school at all. How can I say this? I can't stand schools. I can't stand schools 10. Likes and dislikes , Listening : We learned ten great ways to talk about likes and dislikes. Right? Now it's time to practice listening. So guys listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again as C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. Frankly, I can't stand target if people please write really crazy. Frankly, I can't stand tall. Good. If people please write very crazy. You want to have shrimp or launch. I'm not really into that. I would order something goals. You want to have shrimp or launch. I'm not really into that. I would order something goals. You're applying to study accounting college in oh, I don't really care about accounting. You're applying to study accounting the college, you know, I don't really care about accounting. You're inviting SAR to this party. She is not really my cup of tea. Erotics are to this party. She is not really my cup of tea. Actually be the games are my thing. I can't live without them. I'm related to it to them. Actually, we do games aren't my thing. I can't leave without them. I'm related to them is a competent actor. That's true, but I'm not a huge fan of him. Here's a competent actor. That's true, but I'm not a huge fan of him. 11. 4 making suggestions : here in this. Listen, we are going to learn 10 ways to make a suggestion. A very important part off learning English on speaking English is to make suggestions. Actually, when you communicate and speak with your friends and people But how can we make suggestions ? Let's start. Let's learn. The first way is we can say how abouts which is very actually casual and friendly. How about trying something new? How about going to cinema? How about staying at home? How about traveling to Canada? So I'm trying to make suggestions. So how about the verb comes with I and you? Number two, why don't you? Why don't you talk to your bus? This is a very good way to make friendly suggestion to Why don't you, for example, study more? Why don't you? If I want to give some people some suggestions about learning English, I can tell them. Why don't you watch English movies? Why don't you listen to English music? This is a very good way to improve your English. Number three is Maybe we should Maybe we should. This is making a suggestion in a very soft and friend the way too. Maybe we should do more research. Maybe we should Ah, maybe we should find another job. Yes, and number four A's. I'd recommends I'd recommend going to the doctor after I'd recommend the verb. Also comes with I N g. I drove a command. Going to the doctor on this is a formal way to make suggestions I'd recommend fixing this car tomorrow. I'd recommend taking a lot of money before we start our trip. Number five is Have you thought about Also The verb comes with I enjoy here. Have you thought about buying a new computer? Have you thought about maybe changing your house? Have you thought about learning English? How have you thought about learning guitar and we can make a difference? Suggestions number sixties. Let's let sees another way to make a very friendly suggestion. For example, let's go out on green copy. Let's play football or soccer number seven. Why don't we? Why don't we go out and have fun? I'm trying to make a suggest soon for a group off people around me eighties. It might be better to council this trip. It might be better to, For example, it might be better to ah leave Earlier it might be better to council this meeting, so this is a good way to make suggestions. Number nine sounds good to me, and that's a good idea. Or you're right when we accept somebody's suggestion we can use these phrases. Sounds good to me. Sounds good to me. That's a good idea. You're right, or we can use these braces. Number 10. That's good, but this is an indirect way to refuse. Recheck somebody. Sedition. That's a good That's good. But for example, my friend says you should go and buy a BMW car. I tell him that's good, but I don't have that much money or my friend says, Let's go to the English class. I tell him, That's good. But I have already gone to the English class, so we learned many phrases to make suggestion. Let's repeat them very fast. How bouts? Why don't to? Why don't you? Maybe we should. I'd recommend. Have you thought about Let's why don't we? It might be better to sounds good to me. That's a good idea. You're right, that's good. But that's a good idea. But so now there is a conversation here between the man on the woman, the man says. I cannot find the problem here on the Internet. What should I do? The woman suggests something. Maybe we should do more research, or it might be better to ask the other doctors for help. So she's making some suggestions here. There is a conversation between a Robin and sorrow, Robin says. I'm really sad. My boyfriend, Alex. He cheated on me. I saw him walking with another girl and star says, Come on, Robin. It might be better to forget him. He's a stupid Yes, sorry is making suggestion. Here there is a conversation between Alex and Alex is I have a lot Sof free time tomorrow. I don't know what to do. And here thirties, making suggestions. Why don't we go out together? Have you thought about going fishing? Yes, I love fishing. That's a perfect idea, Taylor. And lately, Taylor says, my mother is always asking me to wash the dishes. She's making me crazy and Lily suggesting Why don't you buy a dishwasher? Why don't you buy a dishwasher? So actually, this is a great way to make suggestions 12. 4 Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself : Okay, guys, let's repeat outlets, improve our pronunciation. How about trying something new? Why don't you talk to your boss? Maybe we should do more research. I'd recommend going to the doctor. Have you thought about buying a new computer? Let's go out on drink coffee. Why don't we go out and have fun? It might be better to cancel the trip. Sounds good to me. That's a good idea. You're right, that's good. But that's a good idea, but okay, Good job. Now it's time to test yourself. You are suggesting your family to go on vacation. How many phrases you know to say it? Have you thought about going on vacation? Why don't we go on vacation? How about going on vacation? Your sister suggests, Why don't you work in Microsoft? Then I would like to accept her suggestion. Why should I say, Sounds great. That's a good idea. Your teacher gives your suggestion. It would be better if you could practice six hours a day, but you want to reject him in a polite way. What do you see? That's a good idea, but I don't have enough time. That's a good idea, but I don't have enough time 13. Making suggestions , Listening: We learned ten great ways to make suggestions in English. Now guys, it's time to practice your listening. So guys, listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again as C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. Man, Have you ever thought about sunning teaching at Cambridge University? Edenburg gave it a thought. Man. Have you ever thought about starting teaching at Cambridge University? Mary gave it a thought. Barney, Let's go biking. I need to lose some weight. Sounds good to me. Barney. Let's go biking. I need to lose some weight. Sounds good to me. How about our niggers trailer for a few days? Good, but it might be better to stay in a hotel. How about our niggers trailer for a few days? Good. But it might be better to stay in a hotel. I heard there are six ARRA I recommend visiting my friend Dr. Jackson. He's quiet professional. I heard there are six ARRA I recommend visiting my friend Dr. Jackson. He's quite professional. It's scorching here in this room. Yep. Why don't we go for a walk and green park? It's courts in here in this room. Yep. Why don't we go for a walk and green park. Dab. Maybe we should stop smoking, has stopped exercising. You're right. We're gaining weight. Dad. Maybe we should stop smoking and start exercising. Your rights. Were gaining weight. 14. 5 talk about jobs: and this new listen. We speak about jobs. So 10 phrases for asking and talking about jobs that ministered ins don't know. So everybody, let's focus. Let's understand these 10 of phrases that we can use about jobs. Where do you work when we speak about the place that you work and we say, Where do you work? For example? I work in a hospital. I work in office. I work at school because I'm a teacher. My work at school number two. What do you do or what do you do? Means what's your job? Okay. What do you do on What do you do for a living? Some students do not understand this phrase. This question. What do you do for a living? Or how do you earn here a living? This is another way. You can see it. Which means How do you earn money and live? What do you do for a living? How do you earn money? I'll live. Number three is I work at Microsoft When you want to speak about the police that you work in, you can hear Is this phrase I work at Microsoft that I work at maybe ah hospital on school . I work at university and other places. Number four is, um, accountant. When you speak about your job because they I'm an accountant, I'm a doctor. I'm a firefighter. I'm era psychologist and blah blah. Number five is, um, unemployed, which means out off work, a person who has no job. He's unemployed, but the next one is on between jobs, and I'm between jobs at the moments I'm between jobs. At the moment, if someone is between jobs, it means that they don't have a job at the moment, but are actively looking for one. So when you're actively for it, we're looking for a job and you have no job. You can say I'm between jobs at the moments. Various full phrase. Next one is I'm looking for work. I'm looking for work means that you are searching for a job. You are looking for a job. You are searching for a job number seventies, um, s stay at home, mum or, um, stay at home, Dad. Actually a person who stays at home to take care off their Children instead of working outside the home. So if I say a stay at home, mom means that I'm staying at home. I'm taking care of my Children. Sometimes Dad stays at home and takes care of the Children. Next one is I run my own business. Sometimes you run your own business. Used to say that you are the bus and you're responsible and the manager for a job, for example. I have a small shop Eireann, my own business. Yes, so I don't work in a company. I have my own business. I have my own job. Onda and nine is I'm a freelance, for example. Writer, designer, journalist. But what's the meaning of Friedland's freelance working for different companies at different times rather than being permanently employed by one company, for example, a freelance journalist, the person who works not permanently. And the last one is arm retired, having left one's job on ceased toe work, seized Means stopped, stopped work. For example, retired teacher, a teacher who doesn't war account has left his job. So learn to in great ways to speak about jobs. Where do you work? What do you do? What do you do for a living? I work at Microsoft. I'm an accountant, um, unemployed in between jobs at the moments. I'm looking for work. I'm a stay at home mom or I'm a stay at home dad. I run my own business. I'm a free lands and I'm retired. Let's use these phrases in some situations. Taylor and Sarah Taylor says, Hey, what do you do for a living? Sorrow? Nothing. I run my own business. Great. Where do you work? I have a small shop. I'm selling clothes. Perfect sorrow and Robin sources. Where do you work? Do you have a job? What are you doing now? Robin says No, actually, I'm looking for I'm looking for work or job. I need to find a job. I have no money. Okay? She has no money, and she needs to find a job, I think here there's a conversation between John and Mary. Hey, Mary. How are you doing? What do you do? Are you still working as an accountant? Maris's? No, actually, um, retired. She has lived her job that she is not working. Taylor and sorrow. Taylor says, Hey, what do you do for a living? Sorrow? Soros is nothing. I'm a stay at home Mom. What about two? So I'm a stay at home. Mom means that she's staying at home. She's not going to work and she's taking care off Children. And, Taylor says, actually, between jobs at the moments. So Taylor is actually, she has no jobs and she's trained. She's actively trying to find their work or job. 15. 5 Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself : Okay, let's repeat these phrases about job. Where do you work? What do you do? What do you do for a living? I work, have Microsoft. I'm an accountant. Um, unemployed between jobs. At the moment, I'm looking for work. I'm a stay at home mom. I run my own business. I'm a free linds. I'm retired. Good. Now let's move to the next part. Your friend asks you, What's your job on then? You want to say that you have no job on You are actively looking for a job. I'm between jobs at the moment between jobs at the moment. What do you call a person whose job is to stay at home and take her off? Children that stay at home, Dad or Mom, stay at home. What do you call a person who works for different companies in different times? Friedland's free lands 16. Talking about jobs , Listening : We learned ten great phrases to talk and speak about jobs. Yes, jobs. Now let's practice your listening. So guys listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again as C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. Both my parents are retired now. They've got plenty of free time now. Both my parents are retired now. They've got plenty of free time now. He's pretty listening for several translation agencies. Is real as A4 several translation agencies. I'm not interested in becoming a bank clerk. I'm running my own business. I'm not interested in becoming a bank clerk, and I'm running my own business. These days. Things are really costly. As you know, I'm a stay at home mom, my husband needs to look for a better job. These things are really costly. As you know, I'm a stay at home mom, my husband needs to look for a better job. Public money should be used to lend a hand to people who find themselves between chops. Public money should be used to lend a hand to people who find themselves between chops. Bro, you've got a luxurious car. What do you do for a living? Well, that's a secret. Bro. You've got a luxurious car. What do you do for a living? Well, that's a secret. 17. 6 talk about relationship : guys in this. Listen, we want to speak about relationships, relationships. 10 phrases for describing relation ships. Let's start the 1st 1 which is very Zeze. I'm single, which means I have no wife, no husband, no boyfriend and no girlfriend. I'm single Number two. I have a way of friends girlfriend. So I'm in a relationship. Number three. We are engaged. So we are going to get married so we are engaged. This is actually publicly promising that you intend to marry someone. They decided to get engaged. Number four is we are getting married in June. It means that's we are planning to get married in June. Number five years. I'm married, which means I have a wife or I have a husband. Number six. I've been married for 10 years. When we speak about the length off time that you have been married, we can use. I have been married for 10 years. The question is, how long have you been married and we answer. I've been married for 10 years. I'm divorced, which means I'm separated. Sometimes you have to separate So Winnick. When a wife and husband gets separated, they leave each other. They actually get divorced. Number rate. I'm widowed so my husband or my wife has died. So this is the meaning Off widowed, the number nineties. I'm not looking for anything serious. I'm not looking for anything serious means that you have started a new relationship. But you don't want to stay committed or get married to her or him. So I'm not looking for anything serious. So I have a girlfriend. But I don't want to get married to her. I'm not looking for anything serious. A number 10 is I'm not quite over my ex. Im not quiet. Quiet over my ex. It means I still have feeling for my ex boyfriend or a girlfriend or ex husband or wife. So maybe you still love that person that's you broke up with. So let's ripping memory past. I'm single. I have a boyfriend girlfriend. We are engaged. We're getting married in June. I'm married. I've been married for 10 years. I'm divorced. I'm widowed. I'm not looking for anything serious. I'm not quite over my ex. Let's use these phrases in some examples situations. Here he has a girlfriend. They are deeply love. They are getting married in August, Perfect good for them actually here. I've been married for more than 10 years, but there is one big problem. She wants to get divorced. She doesn't love me. Or she says she doesn't love him. Yes, so that that's a very tragic and bad event. They want to get divorced. They want to get separated. After five years of living together, they got divorced on She's single. Now. She still loves her boyfriend. Actually, she's not quite over her ex boyfriend, so she has not forgotten her last boyfriend. She still loves him. He's not single anymore. Now they are engaged and they are getting married soon. Perfect. That's good for you. So guys will learn many great raises to speak about relationships. 18. 6 Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself : Okay. Lets therapy the phrases. I'm single. I have a boyfriend. Girlfriend. We are engaged. We're getting married in June. I'm married of being married for 10 years. I'm divorced. Um, widowed. I'm not looking for anything serious. I'm not quite over my ex. Okay, Perfect. Now it's time to test yourself. My friends wife died, and now my friend is Yes, my friend. He's We don't I broke up with my boyfriend last week, but I'm still thinking about him, and I'm feeling sad. So what's the phrase to use for this definition? I'm not quiet over my ex. I'm not quiet over my eggs. My friend Jack has a girlfriend, but he doesn't want to get married to her or he's not committed to her. So what phrase we used to describe him. He's not looking for anything serious. He's not looking for anything serious. My co worker, Frank public Lee promised that he would get married to Lily, so they decided to Yes, they decided to get engaged 19. Talking about relationship , Listening : We learned ten or phrases for describing relationships, right? So Audio ready to practice your listening? Let's do it. So guys listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again as C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. Is glad feelings for my ex-boyfriend. Well, I'm not quite over him. I still have feelings for my ex-boyfriend. Well, I'm not quite over him. We're broke out three months ago and now right now I'm not looking for anything serious. We're broke out three months ago and now right now I'm not looking for anything serious. Unfortunately, my husband died in a war and now I'm at, we don't wish she was here now. Unfortunately, my husband died in a war and now I'm at, we don't I wish she was here now. We were deeply in love. We've been together for four years. We're getting married in one month. We were deeply in love. We've been together for four years. We're getting married in one month. My parents are getting divorced. They can get along with each other at all. My parents are getting divorced. The ganglia align with each other at all. Ted Allen had been engaged for about three months now. Ted Allen had been engaged for about three months now.