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English speaking lessons: Understand many useful English phrases you need for communication

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31 Lessons (1h 36m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:55
    • 2. 1 speaking about future

      7:13
    • 3. 1 phrases in conversation

      2:27
    • 4. 1 phrases in movies

      3:07
    • 5. 1 practice

      1:49
    • 6. Listening stage

      2:18
    • 7. 2 avoid answering questions

      6:05
    • 8. 2 Phrases in conversations

      3:07
    • 9. 2 phrases in movies

      2:21
    • 10. 2 practice

      2:36
    • 11. Listening Practice

      2:27
    • 12. 3 express your uncertainty

      6:28
    • 13. 3 Phrases in conversations

      2:34
    • 14. 3 phrases in movies

      2:50
    • 15. 3 practice

      2:32
    • 16. Listening Test

      2:44
    • 17. 4 speaking about interesting and boring issues

      6:09
    • 18. 4 Phrases in conversations

      2:14
    • 19. 4 phrases in movies

      2:27
    • 20. 4 practice

      2:08
    • 21. Improve Listening

      2:22
    • 22. 5 phrases for cheering sb up

      4:29
    • 23. 5 Phrases in conversations

      2:10
    • 24. 5 phrases in movies

      2:04
    • 25. 5 practice

      1:58
    • 26. Test Your Listening

      2:24
    • 27. 6 phrases for disappointment

      5:53
    • 28. 6 Phrases in conversations

      2:12
    • 29. 6 phrases in movies

      2:02
    • 30. 6 practice

      2:03
    • 31. Upgrade Listening

      2:30
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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. 

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 “ Practice your pronunciation and test 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 ..

Every lesson in this course is separated into 4 parts

  • Master 10 most common english phrases

  • Practice these phrases in real situations

  • Practice and check yourself and see if you can still understand the whole content

Understand where and how to use them  and then

Use them in real life situations

And finally review and check yourself 

you can also join this class which is great for your spoken Language too 

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Mister Rabiey

Oxford Tutor & Voice Actor

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-Master's Degree in English Linguistics US
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1. Introduction : There are some common useful English phrases we can use to speak about the future, like it's bound to happen eventually, or it's right around the corner. But what do they mean and where do we use them? Here in this class, we will teach you many common useful English phrases that can help you to communicate better and easier with English speakers. How do you guys express your uncertainty in English? Maybe you would say, I wouldn't bet on it. I wouldn't bet on it. What does it mean and how can we use it? Or probably if you want to cheer one of your friends up, you would say, look on the bright side. So what does this sentence exactly mean, my dear friends, there are many common English useful phrases which probably you don't know. And in this class we will try to introduce most of them. In this class we will introduce uncovered topics such as 10 different ways to speak about the future. We will teach you some phrases and we will help you how to avoid answering questions. To express your uncertainty, we will teach your common phrases about boring and interesting issues. Phrases that will help you to cheer people up. We will teach you phrases about disappointment, et cetera. For every lesson you will find three parts. And the first part, actually you will find a conversation so you can understand how these phrases are used in a very fun conversation. And the second stage, you will review these phrases and different clips and movies. And in third stage, you can check and test yourself and see if you can still understand those phrases. So guys, good luck adding many common useful phrases to your English. Good luck. 2. 1 speaking about future : Hello, my dear friends. How are you doing? Will come toe less a number 10 of useful English phrases as sentences here again, this is English feet, and we're gonna learn 10 great phrases for talking about the future. Yes. So now in this listen, we're gonna teach you 10 great, useful, helpful phrases. Sentences for talking about the future. Many English students have problems speaking about future. But there are many useful phrases here. Try to understand them. Focus and you can write them down. So let's start with the first phrase. It will happen any day now. It'll happen any day now. So it'll happen. It now means within the next few days something that will happen in the near future. For example, soon we are expecting a phone call from him any day now. So something that happens any day now it will happen. Ah, within the next few days or in the near future. That's it. Very nice phrase. Very useful. One. Praise number two. It's right around the corner. I love this phrase. It's really useful. I can hear it all of the time. In different English everyday conversation. It's right around the corner. It's right around the corner. It's a time or event that is just around the corner is coming very soon, for example, its tail cold today. But spring is just around the corner, which means spring actually is coming very soon. It will happen very soon, so something around the corner it will happen. They very soon Very good one for his number three in the near future. I think you know the meaning off in the few near future in the near future. Means very soon with in a short time, for example, will be needing a new car in the near future. Very soon, that's it. I will have a very difficult exam in the near future so we can use different example and sentences. But remember, in the near future comes at the end phrase number four. It will or it won't happen in our lifetime. So in our lifetime means in the next 50 60 years, for example, he could say medicine is progressing very fast. I think a cure for cancer will be developed in our lifetime, which means in the next 50 60 years, in a very long time eso that's a very good sentence very good phrase. We can use this to speak about the future. Um, next 50 60 years. Phrase number five It's a sign, or it's a taste of things to come. Various, full one. And I guess my most of the students are problems understanding this one. It's a sign, or is a taste of things to come. So use this phrase when something happens that indicates how things will be in the future. For example, if the economy is actually starting to get worse and worse, you could say three people I know have lost their jobs recently. This is a sign of things to come. This is a sign of things to come, meaning that you believe many more people will lose their jobs in the future. So this is a sign. This is a taste of things to come. That's it. You believe that more people will lose their job. A very good one. Sentence number six um, counting down the days until counting down the days until so we use this phrase when you're anxiously awaiting a future event, you want it to happen soon. For example, um, counting the days until my trip, Teoh the Caribbean. I'm counting the days until my trip to the Caribbean. So you want something to happen very soon. Your very excited for something to happen very soon. I'm counting down the days until I buy my favorite car. Yes, I wanted to happen very soon on seven. Sooner or late it's bound to happen. Eventually, it's bound to happen eventually. So used these phrases to say that something will definitely happen sometimes in the future . It may be soon or it may be far in the future, but it will happen. Definitely. We don't know if it happened sooner or late. Okay. For example, you can say sooner or late your father will punish you. Okay, so it's bound to happen eventually. It will definitely happen, but we don't know when. Eight. I'll get around it. I'll get around it. I'll get around it to use this phrase to say that you will do something in the future. When you have the time it is usually used for activities that are not specially urgent. I'll get around it, which means I will do it later in the future is not necessary to do it right now. Maybe frieze number nine. I'll do it right away or I'll get right on it. I'll get right on it. I'll did right away. Used these phrases to say that you will do something in the future as soon as possible, so these expressions are used for urgent tasks. Okay, I'll do it right away or I'll get right on it. And the last phrase time will tell. I love this phrase. Use this phrase to say that the situation is currently uncertain, but in the future it will become clear. For example, if you are discussing whether or not the countries no president is good, you could say time will tell to express that the answer will be revealed over the coming months or years. Time will tell. So these are great 10 phrases sentences we learned here in this listen to speak about the future. I hope you have learned and studied them. But if you cannot steal, understand some of them. Please come back and read the explanations. Understand explanations. We will try to use these raises, some of them in rial situation, so let's jump to them next part 3. 1 phrases in conversation: Let's use these phrases and sentences. We learned about few turn real situation so you can understand them better. I'm just here. It's rain to simplify everything for you so you can remember and understand everything. So here there's a conversation between Sarah Lily. I think they're speaking about wedding, Sarah says. When will you get married? Lily and Lily answers. Well, it's right around the corner, which means that it will happen very soon. And Sarah answers back. Oh, great. Did you buy the wedding clothes? Really, This says No, but I'll get around it. I'll get around. That means you will. She will do it very soon, as soon as possible. And this is a very urgent task. This is a conversation between Jack and Marshall. They are professional basketball players. Jax is How is your new girlfriend? Is she a good girl? But Marshall says, Well, not sure. Time will tell. So it will happen very soon. In the future. On time will explain. Ever think? Well, I'm counting down the days until I kiss her. So as you can remember, we say I'm counting down the days until I do something. We use it to speak about something that we want to happen very soon and we cannot wait. And we are very excited for that day. Employer and bust. The employer says three people in this company have quit their jobs, and the bus is surprised, he says. Oh, that's terrible. This is a sign of things to come. And the lawyer answers back. Yep, Sooner or late, this company will bankrupt. We lose everything sooner or late. We use this phrase as you can remember, to speak about something that will happen, but we're not sure about the time. So that's the end. And as you can see, we try to use these phrases in different riel situations. But we will see how these phrases are used in different clips and movies in the next actually, um, part. So let's jump to the next part 4. 1 phrases in movies : So guys, here we are. As I told you, we're going to use these phrases about the future and different clips and movies. I'm just going to repeat these phrases really fast for you as a fast review, if you want, you can repeat these phrases after me to improve your pronunciation to it. It'll happen any day now. It's right around the corner. The near future. It will happen our lifetime. It's a sign of things to come. I'm counting down the days until sooner or later. It's bound to happen eventually. I'll get around it. I'll do it right away. I'll get a ride on its time will tell cell. Now let's see how native English speakers use these phrases and how they pronounce them. In real situations. Enjoy it. Stuff is right around the corner. It's right around the corner. Right around the corner. In the near future, some point in the near future. I hope. Probably in the near future, what will probably happen in our lifetime? It will probably happen in our lifetime. It will probably happen in our lifetime. It's the sine you passed me. I'm counting the days. I'm Daniel days. It's bound to happen someday. Yes, that was bound to happen eventually. Yes, that was bound to happen eventually. I'll get around to it. I'll get around to it. I'll get on it right away. Yeah. Okay. I'll do it right away. So time will tell. Only time will tell. Time will tell. 5. 1 practice: So it's time to shake yourself and see if you can still remember thes phrases. These sentences. Are you ready? Let's get a started. What phrase? We used to say that the situation is currently uncertain, but in the future it will become clear. Can you remember? Okay, yes, that's time will tell. Time will tell. Which means a situation right now is uncertain. But in the future it will be clear. What phrases describe an event that will happen very soon in the future. Yes, we speak about an event that will happen very soon in the future. Yes, that's it'll happen any day now. It's right around the corner. It will happen in the near future. So we used these three phrases to speak about something that will happen very soon in the near future. Question number three. What phrase describe an event that will happen in 50 60 years. And we talked about this in this. Listen, I'm not sure if you can't remember, but that is it will happen in our lifetime. That's right. It it will happen in our lifetime means it will happen in 50 60 years. On that sits, I hope you have answered my questions. But if you can steal, cannot understand or remember these phrases please come back to review the lessons for any questions. Please let me know. I will always answer your back. Thank you. 6. Listening stage: We learned tariff raises to speak about future. Right now are a way to improve your listening list. Do it. So my dear friends, 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 hard to predict how this law will really impact people's lives. Only time will tell is hard to predict how this law will really impact people's lives all the time will tell. Please do this project immediately. We needed as soon as possible, man. You're right on it. Please do this project immediately. We needed as soon as possible, man. You're right on it. They're going to find out sooner or later. So you might as well tell them now, there are going to find out sooner or later. So you might as well tell them now. Well, I'm coming down the days until I graduate. It can start working and making money. While I'm counting down the days until I graduate so I can start working and making money. I hope to have an answer for you in the near future. I hope to have an answer for you in the near future. It's so cold today, but spring is just around the corner. It's so cold today, but spring is just around the corner. 7. 2 avoid answering questions : everybody. How are you doing? Will come to this. Great. Listen. And this. Listen, as you can see, we're gonna learn 10 great phrases for avoiding answering a question. You know, sometimes you don't want to speak about some issues or you prefer not to say anything. So, guys, are you ready to know these phrases? Let's get started. Police focus and try to memorize or write them all down. We will have other practices to help you remember all of these phrases, so there is nothing to worry about. So let's understand these great 10 phrases. The first phrase is no comments. Yes, no comment. Actually, we use it for refusing to answer a question, especially in a sensitive situation. So when you're in a sensitive situation, you can use this phrase to avoid answering a question. No comments phrase number to ease. I'm not at liberty. To say I'm not at liberty to say means I don't have permission to give the information. I don't have the allowance to speak about the information. A very nice phrase we can use to avoid answering questions. Number three phrases wait and see. Yes, wait 10 c. Can you guess the meaning of this one. Wait and see Means you will discover the answer later. So right now you need to be patient and wait. Wait and see. Number four is Let me get back to you. Let me get back to you. Which means also I will give you the answer later. I will give you the answer later. Let me get back to you. For example. Imagine you are in the English class and you ask your teachers some questions. Your teacher Reason, Harry. And he tells you, Let me get back to you. Which means I will give you the answer later. Number five is I'm sorry. That's confidential. Yes, Confidential. So confidential here means something private and intended to be kept secret. So I don't want to speak about this. It's something secret on something private. So somebody asks you a personal question. You can say I'm sorry. That's confidential. Or sometimes you can say I'm sorry. That's personal. Which also means it's a secret. It's something private and confidential, and you don't like to speak about it. So the Knicks important and essential phrases I'd rather not talk about it. ID rather so here. I'd rather means I would rather so I would becomes I'd I'd rather not talk about it. So if you say that you would rather not do something, it means that you don't want to do it. So this is actually a very polite, a very gentle and very formal way to tell people that you don't like to speak about this issue so you can use it in formal situations. I'd rather not talk about it Next. Phrases It's done off your business. We can hear. Actually, these this phrase many times in different movies and different clips is none of your business. It's a little bit in polite and in from Also, don't tell it to, um, formal people. So it's none of your business means it means this information is private. It's not something you need to know, So stop asking me. It's none of your business. So when you're angry and for example, you are talking to your sister or broad there and you're having a friendly relationship with them, you can use this phrase. Actually, we use it when we are very angry and we cannot control ourselves. There's another phrase. Mind your own business, which also means it's none of your business. They are almost the same. So this is used for telling someone rudely that you are not going to tell them about something because it doesn't effect or involve them. So this is another route way. So number eight and nine phrases are a little bit in polite and route, so don't use them in formal situations. And the last phrase these Why do you want to know? So we say it like, What do you want to know? Why do you want to know? So want to changes to one and we say to faster like, What do you want to know? So when you're when you can find any reason to explain something, we can ask this question. Why do you want to know? Yes, So this is another way to appoint answering some questions. So these are 10 great phrases we learned here in this. Listen to avoid answering questions. Let's repeat them very fast. No comment. I'm not that liberty to say, Wait and see. Let me get back to you. I'm sorry. That's confidential. I'm sorry. That's personal. I'd rather not talk about it. It's none of your business my dear own business. Why do you want to know? That's it. So in the next listen, we're going to use all of these great phrases, actually, most of these braces in real situations. And then you're gonna understand how these phrases are used in real life. So let's jump to the new listen. 8. 2 Phrases in conversations : Hello, everybody in this Listen, as you can see, we learned 10 great useful phrases to avoid speaking about a question. So in this part, as I said, we will try to use these useful phrases in riel situations so you can understand them better in context. So try to focus and try to understand everything. So are you ready? Let's get a started. So as you can see in this picture Ah, these two friends, they have been friends for three days, just three days. So Jack asks, Do you know where Susan works? And Ted answers. Yep, but can tell you I'm sorry. That's confidential. So Ted here's trying to say that he's sorry. And that's confidential, Which means that something secret and I'm not allowed to speak about it. Picture number two. As you can see, Sorrow and Barney are siblings. They are sisters and brothers. So Barney here says, Why did you come home late? So, um, Sorrow says, you're not my father to ask me this question. It's none of your business. Mind your own business. So here, actually, she says, it's none of your business Or mind your own business. As I told you It's a rude way in polite way to tell people that they should not speak about this issue. Situation number three and this picture. Marshall and Ted are co workers. They're working in the same place. So Marshall says, When did you get your salary? How much did you get? And Ted says, Why do you want to know? I'd rather not talk about it. So it's a very polite way to say that you don't want to speak about this issue. I'd rather not talk about it. Okay, The last situation. This is a conversation between teacher and students. So the students asks, Can you please help me with my exam? Can you at least tell me which question I need to study? But the teacher says, Oh, no, dear, you need to study the whole book. I'm not at liberty to say, which means I'm not allowed to speak about these kinds of issues. So as you can see in this part, we try to use these phrases in riel situations, help you understand them more. You can practice them with your own friends, too. The next part's we're going to use some of these phrases in different actually scenes and in different movies. So let's jump to the next one 9. 2 phrases in movies : So guys, in this part we're going to use all of these phrases in different clips. And we're going to see how these phrases are pronounced. So let's repeat them very fast. No comment. I'm not at liberty to say wait and see. Let me get back to you. I'm sorry, that's confidential. I'm sorry. That's personal. I'd rather not talk about it. It's none of your business. Mind your own business. Why do you want to know? So let's get started. I'm really not at liberty to say. I'm really not at liberty to say. Just wait and wait and see what we get back to you. Yeah. Let me get back to you and make it back to you. Sorry. Patient information is confidential. Confidential information. And I'm sorry. But that information is confidential. I'd rather not talk about it. I'd rather not talk about it. That I'm not talking about. How it's none of your business. Your business. It's none of your business. Is none of your business. Mind your own business. Mind your own business. Bloodless. Why? Do you want to know? 10. 2 practice : in this part, you can practice and check yourself and see if you can steal understand their phrases. So there is a great chance to see if you can still remember the phrases. If you have problems, understanding are remembering these phrases. I suggest you to come back and review them again. So I'm gonna ask you some questions and I want you to answer my questions. You have some seconds to think. Are you ready? Let's get a started Question number one here says What would you say if someone asks you about your family and you don't want to talk about it? How do you avoid answering it formally? So what would you say? Can you remember? Yes, we say I'd rather not talk about it or I'm sorry. That's personal. I'm sorry. That's personal. Question number two. How do you avoid answering someone who speaks to you rudely and impolitely? How would you answer him back in a route way? What would you say? Do you remember those phrases we usually say is none of your business or mind your own business? These two phrases are route ways to answer people back. Question number three and the last question here. What if someone asks you to give him information about the company you are working in, But you think it's a secret and you must not talk about it? How would you answer this guy? Yes, actually. Don't have the permission to speak about these issues. So we usually say I'm not at liberty to say or I'm sorry. That's personal. Not at liberty to say means I don't have the permission to speak about these issues. Okay. And also, we can say I'm sorry. That's confidential. Yes. Which means I'm sorry. That's personal. So I wish you have answered my questions correctly. If you have problems understanding and remembering them, please come back. Our view. Them again. Thank you. That was a great listen. Speaking about phrases to a poet, answer and get question. If you have any more questions, please let me know. Thank you. 11. Listening Practice : In this lesson, we'll learn ten great phrases for avoiding answering questions, right? So in this part, we are here to improve listening. So let's get started. So my dear friends 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. I really wish you would mind her own business and stop asking me about my finances. I really wish you would mind her own business and stop asking about my finances. There's nothing we can do at the moment. We'll just have to wait and see. There's nothing we can do at the moment. We'll just have to wait and see israel an obvious business. What I do with the money I earn is a bit curious about everything is really an obvious business. What I do with the money I earn. He's a bit curious about everything. You want me to tell you what happened to my sister to the other days? Well, I'd rather not talk about it. You want me to tell you what happened to my sister to the other days? Well, I'd rather not talk about it. Jack, What does a nickname up your bus? I'm sorry. That's confidential. Jack, what is a nickname of your bus? I'm sorry. That's confidential. Governor, How long have we been accepting bribes? No comment. Governor. How long have you been accepting bribes? No comment. 12. 3 express your uncertainty : Hello, my dear friends will come to listen number 12. And in this Listen, we're gonna teach you phrases for certainty and probability. Many English learners and students have problems and difficulties speaking about certainty and probability. But don't worry, because we're gonna teach you some useful, great nice phrases to speak about certainty and probability. So are you ready? Actually, armory ready to teach you? I don't know about you, but he should get ready. Focus. And I suggest you to have a paper and pencil. Write down some of these phrases because you might be to use them in your future conversations. So let's start with the first sentence and phrase and that's, um absolutely sure. Um absolutely sure, which means I'm completely sure. I'm very sure I'm absolutely convinced or I'm definitely sure. So actually, American and English people used the adverb absolutely, to say that something is very definite and very complete. So when we say I'm absolutely sure, it means I'm completely and definitely sure about something and certain about something for his number two, I have no doubt that I have no doubt used for emphasizing that something seems certain or very likely for example. No doubt she'll tell me everything when she's ready. Yet there is no doubt, something that it seems certain and very likely to happen. Or we can say I have no doubt that English will help you to get a better job. Yes, um, certain sentence number three, I'm 100% certain. Or we can see I'm 100% sure. 100% or 100 person phrase. You can use 100% of 100% to emphasize that you agree completely with something, or that it's completely right or wrong. And we use it in informal way toe emphasize on something that is completely correct completely right. For example, I'm 100% sure that Jack stole my car. So there is no doubt there is no one person doubt here, and I'm completely sure about this, and we use this to emphasize on something. Ah, phrase number four. Chances are that chances are that means something is likely to happen. For example, chances are that they will be late anyway. Or chances are they will be late anyway, which means it is likely to happen. It is probably to happen. Number five odds are that odds are that's, I'm not sure if you have heard this phrase or not. But odds are that something will probably happen if something strange happens. People often say what, where the odds off that what were the odds off that, Which means I can believe that happens. So when we speak about the odds, we speak about something that probably happens. Sentence number six I don't think so. We use this phrase all of the time, so it's used to refuse or decline something proposed. I don't think so. For example, Uh, let's go shopping tomorrow and let's buy some clothes on. Then you say No, I don't think so. I'm very busy tomorrow. I don't think I can come with you. So you're if rising or declining something proposed. Seven. There is not much chance of that. There is not much chance of that, which means something is not likely to happen. You can use this phrase also when something he's proposed. For example, can I meet you tomorrow? Jack Jack says. There's not much chance of that. Yes, Number eight. I seriously doubt it. I seriously doubted. I seriously doubt it means to be uncertain about something to believe that something may not be true or is unlikely to have no confidence in something or somebody. Yes, for example, your friend tells you I'm gonna get this job. I haven't an interview tomorrow and I'm sure I'm going to get this job. But you say I seriously doubt it. Which means you are not completely sure about this nine. I wouldn't bet on it. I wouldn't bet on it. This is informal, actually. Sentence used to express doubt about an assertion or a situation. For example, he may be a suitable companion, but don't Benna don't bet on it. Don't bits on its actually, which means, Ah, you should have doubts on this situation. Don't bet on it. And the last sentence that'll never happen. That'll never happen. That'll never happen. Which means that something quill unlikely to happen. So that's the ends. We learned 10 great sentences phrases about expressing your doubt and uncertainty. Uh, I'm sure that you have understood them, but let's use them. It really situations and see how these phrases are used in riel contexts and situations so you can understand them better. So let's jump to the next part 13. 3 Phrases in conversations: time to use these phrases in real situations and in the right context, so you could understand them better. So as you can see, there is a conversation here between the husband and the wife. I think there are from rich family, so the wife says, I'm absolutely sure that you will buy your favorite car next year. So when she says, I'm absolutely sure she means that she is 100% and she's completely sure about this. But the husband says, Oh, hope so. But I wouldn't bet on it, so he wouldn't bet on it, which means that he believes that it's unlikely to happen. But I think his wife is completely sure about this. Why? I don't know. There's a conversation here between Jack and sorrow, Jack says. I have no doubt that you will marry Ted. You're in love with him, so I have no doubt. So he seems very certain about this. But Sarah says that'll never happen, which means that it's very unlikely to happen that will never happen. We're just close friends. I don't want to get married to him. But Jack, on the other hand, is completely and 100% sure about this situation. Number three. There is a conversation between friends Jack and Marshall. So Jack says, I'm 100% sure that she's in love with you, so he's completely sure about this. But Marshall says chances are that she's in love with me. Chances are that she's in love with me, which means that's actually not very certain that she's in love with me. I seriously doubt it. Which means that that is unlikely to happen, very unlikely to happen because, he says, I seriously doubt it is not completely sure and certain about this, So that's it. We try to use some of these phrases in real situations so you can understand them better. I hope you have realized it completely in the next part. As you can understand, As you know, we're going to use some of these phrases or all of these phrases in riel situations in different movies and clips, so you could see how native English speakers pronounce them. So let's jump to the next part 14. 3 phrases in movies : Welcome to this part, guys, and now it's time to use these phrases will learn about certainty or uncertainty in different clips and movies. And let's see how native English speakers pronounce them and use them in everyday conversation. So I'm going to repeat these phrases for you very fast so we can review them. So you can repeat after me. I'm absolutely sure. I have no doubt that I'm 100% certain. Chances are that are outside of that? I don't think so. There is not much chance of that. I seriously doubt it. I wouldn't bet on it. That only happen. So are you ready? Yes, I'm ready. So let's see how these phrases are used in different movies and clips. And Juliet, until I'm absolutely sure it's warranted. Serious. Absolutely sure that this is going to work. I'm absolutely sure. I have no doubt that their law I have no doubt that that it would be no doubt that the garnish down? I'm a 100 percent sure as possible. I'm a 100 percent sure as possible. I'm a 100 percent sure as possible. What are the chances of that? What are the chances of that? What are the chances of that happening? I don't think so. There's not much chance. There's no chance events. I seriously doubt seriously doubt it, more seriously doubt it. And I would bet that roadmap. That'll never happen. Never happened. No, no, no, no. That will never happen. That's something that will never happen again. 15. 3 practice: So, my dear friends, let's see how you can actually answer these questions. I'm gonna check you. I'm gonna test you. And you can check yourself to see if you can steal, remember and understand these phrases. We learned about certainty in this part. So are you ready? I'm gonna ask you these questions. You have some seconds to think and answer my question. Question number one. If you are 100% and completely sure about something, how would you express your feeling? There are some phrases and sentences we learned. So yes, we say I'm absolutely sure I have no doubt that she's in love with me or I'm 100% sure 100% certain that she's in love with me. So we used these three phrases to say that you are 100% sure about something great. Let's jump two parts and question number two. What phrases we can use to say something will probably happen and we are not sure about them. There are two or three freezes we can use to say That's we are not sure about what will happen. So can you remember them? The 1st 1 and chances are that she's in love with me. With me, something will probably happen and we're not sure about it or odds. Odds are that she's in love with me. Yes, we use thes two phrases to say that something will probably happen. We are not sure about it. That's right to understand them. And, um, actually, I hope that you have answered me correctly. And question number three of the last question. Focus, please. If you are not completely sure that something can happen, how would you say that you are not completely sure that something will happen? We'll say there is not much chance of that or I don't think so. Or I wouldn't bet on it, which means that you're not completely sure that will happen. So that is the end. And I hope you have answered my questions correctly. If not, please go back and review those phrases and try to use them in your daily conversations. So I hope you have enjoyed it. Thank you. See you in the next listen 16. Listening Test: We learned ten great phrases for certainty and probability, right? So are you ready to improve your listening? Let's do it. So my dear friends, 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. So John said he'd be here by eight. Yeah. I wouldn't bet on it. John has never been on time for anything in his life. John said he'd be here by eight. Yeah. I wouldn't bet on it. John has never been on time for anything in his life. You say I seriously doubt it as a response to a question or statement about something that you think is on true or unlikely. You say I seriously doubt it as a response to a question or statement about something that you think is on true or unlikely. You'll want to travel to Tokyo without your passport. Really, there's not much chance of that. You'll want to travel to Tokyo without your passport. Really. There's not much chance of that. Come on, be a panel on let me copy or homework? I don't think so. Sorrow. Do your own work. Come on. Be a panel on let me copy or homework. I don't think so. Sorrow. Do your own work. If you own your own business, odds are that you've had to deal with one of these many frustrations firsthand. If you own your own business, odds are that you have had to deal with one of these many frustrations firsthand. I have no doubt that she revealed AS to the enemy, I saw her talking to that mysterious guy. I have no doubt that she revealed AS to the enemy. I saw her talk into that mysterious guy. 17. 4 speaking about interesting and boring issues : Hello, my dear friends will come toe Listen, number 13. And if this listen, as you can see this picture, we're gonna teaches 10 ways to say that something or someone is interesting or boring. Yes, as against in this picture, some students are bored and some students are very interested. I think the lesson is really interesting, but some people fall asleep in the class because they believe it's boring or they place some gangs and they don't pay attention to the teacher anyway. So are you ready to learn these phrases? Let's get to start it frizz number one. It's fascinating. It's fascinating, which means something extremely interesting. Any Raelian joy it. So it's very, very, very interesting. It's fascinating, for example, going shopping with your uncle Rich uncle. It's fascinating. It's really interesting. It's extremely interesting. Any really enjoy it because he's a fun person and you never get bored. Number two. It's intriguing, intriguing beings, very interesting because off being unusual or mysterious, for example, she has a really intriguing personality. She has a really interesting person. Lt. Just because she is unusual or mysterious, she's not a normal person. She's different from others. She's intriguing Yes, that's a very nice adjective we can use to speak about people who are interesting and unusual at the same time. Number three sentence. I couldn't hear myself away. I couldn't tear myself away. This definition expression, which means not to leave or not to stop watching an action. Because it's really enjoyable and you don't want to go. For example, I couldn't tear myself away from the book. I was a reading last night. It was just too good. It was really fascinating. It was perfect that I couldn't tear myself away. I couldn't stop a Leave it. There were nice sentence are very nice phrase. Send us number four. I couldn't put it down. We use this for reading books. I think so. This is a phrase that people say when talking about a great book. It means that while you were reading it, you couldn't. Ah, you didn't want to stop reading it, so I couldn't put it down. I was running a really nice, fascinating book. I couldn't put it down. I was so into it. I lost track of time. So when you are into something to be into, also we can say, get into means to be interested in or involved with something. For example, she's really into yoga or once you retire, it's really important to get into some hobby you've always wanted to try. And the next sentence, which means ah, to lose track of time, means to be unaware that so much time has passed. You know, when you are very interested in something, you lose track of time. You sometimes Ah, not aware that so much time has passed. So you lose track of time when you go out with your girlfriend. ICO. Watch movies. You have a great time together. Or sometimes you lose track of time. Yes, that happens to me, too. Six. It does nothing for me. It does not think for me. So it does. Nothing for me means, uh, do not have a strong and positive effect on someone or to not be something that someone likes or enjoy or the opposite. So watching that movie really did something Teoh me So it did something to me, which means it had a strong and positive effect on me. We can use the opposite one seven. I was bored to tears. It's in formal way to say, Completely bored. I pretended to listen, but it was bored to death. It was really not interesting and I got bored. I was bored to death. Is the same one the same as phrase number seven. But this one means very very boards. Death is the worst thing, so using it to compare how you feel is telling someone that you are very bored. So you were bored to death? Yes, like when I went on a trip with my parents, I couldn't do anything. Eso I was bored to death. Yeah, I don't go on a trip with your parents. That's really boring. I was dying of boredom. So dai aboard a means to die because one is so bored. So it's also the same as number eight and seven and the last phrase. It's about as exciting as watching paint try So, which means this is an expression we use, which means something that is very dull or boring. Everyone loves that period drama, but to me it's as exciting as watching paint try. So when you're watching, Paint writes really boring for most of the people. So that's why you would say it's about as exciting as watching paint try. That's it, sand. We learned 10 great phrases sentences, speaking and expressing your opinion about something that is interesting or boring. I hope you have enjoyed learning them, but in the next part we're going to use all of these sentences and phrases in riel situations in context so you can understand them better, So let's jump to the next part. 18. 4 Phrases in conversations : So guys in this part, as I told you, were going to use these phrases in riel context and situation so you can understand that better, as you can see here with these two guys boyfriend, girlfriend, sitting in a cinnamon, watching a movie. I think they are very fascinated by that movie. So Jack and Sorrow are watching a movie, Sorrow says. It's a really fascinating we I love it. It's a really very interesting movie on, Jack says. Yeah, I'm really into such movies, which means that he really loved these movies. I really lose. I easy to lose track of time when you easy to lose track of time. You are very interested in something that you cannot understand. Time passes by so I easily lose track off time. Absolutely. He should lose track of time when he's sitting next to that beautiful girl. So, uh, you can see Henry here. He loves this book. This book has many great fascinating stories. Last night he was reading this book and he couldn't put it down. So as you can remember, we used this expression to say that that book is great and you cannot stop reading it cannot put it away. Oh my God, Look at this girl. I think she's very boards. So Saw spends a lot of time in front of her laptop every day. Last night she was dying of boredom, and she was bored to tears. She was dying of word them. She was bored to tears, which means she was very, very bored and tired off something. So I believe she should change the article. Or she should play games or take some breaks in the middle of hair works. So we use some of these phrases and real situations. I hope that you have learned them on in the next part. As you know, we're gonna use all of these freezes in different clips and movies so you can actually see how Native English speakers pronounce them. So let's jump to the next part 19. 4 phrases in movies : Are you guys ready to use these phrases that we learned about something that is boring and interesting in different movies and clips. So let's get started. Before that, I'm gonna just give you a short review our repeat these sentences for you. You can repeat after me. It's fascinating. It's intriguing. I couldn't tear myself away. I couldn't put it down. I was so into it. I lost track of time. It does nothing for me. I was bored to tears. I was bored to death. I was dying of Boredom. It's about as exciting as watching paint dry. That's perfect. Now let's see how English native speakers use our repeat them in everyday English conversations. Angel, yet it's fascinating, fascinating, fascinating. Since it's intriguing, intriguing question. Inter myself away. Call couldn't tear himself away. Myself. I was just so thrilling. I couldn't I couldn't put it down. And you got anything new? And I couldn't put it down. I will extract the time out. I lost track of time. I lost track of time. Even before the hour that wouldn't end up dying of bar and we're going to die of Florida. Only problem, I was dying and boredom. 20. 4 practice: This is the last part of this. Listen. And here you can check yourself and see if you can remember understand and perceive the meaning of these phrases. So, guys, remember, if you don't, uh, don't still understand the phrases. Please come back and review them for any questions. Please ask me. I will always be there. Question number one. When you are really bored and have nothing to enjoy, what would you say? What phrase we use? I think there are three freezes we learned to use when you are really bored. Completely bored. Yes, we say I'm bored to death. I'm bored to tears and I'm dying off boredom. So we used these three phrases to express our board them when you're really bored of something. Question Number two. When we speak about something that have no strong and positive effect on someone, or to not have to not be something that someone likes or enjoy what phrase we use here, there's something that has no strong and positive victim. You Can you remember? Yes, we say it does nothing for me, which means it has no positive or strong effect on me. And that's not something I like great question number three if something is really interesting or enjoyable and you really enjoy doing it. What? How would you describe your feeling? Get something that is enjoyable. You love to do it. It's interesting. There are three phrases we learned. That's great. We say It's fascinating. It's intriguing. And that's it. That's the last parts. And actually, I hope you have answered my questions. If not, please go and review. I hope you have enjoyed this. Listen, I enjoy talking to you and teaching you. Thank you. See you in the next lesson. Goodbye for now. 21. Improve Listening : We learned ten ways to say that something is boring or interesting. Now, let's improve your listening. So my dear friends 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. I spend all day watching these unpleasant shows on TV. I was dying up for them. I spend all day watching these unpleasant shows on TV. I was dying up for them. I was bored to death listening to that lecture this afternoon. I was bored to death listening to that lecture this afternoon. Watching that romantic movie really did nothing for me. Watching that romantic will be really did nothing for me. I'm sorry, I'm late. We were having so much fun that I completely lost track of time. I'm sorry, I'm late. We were having so much fun that I completely lost track of time. She was really into chemistry. So she finally decided to get into this field at Oxford University. She was really into chemistry. So she finally decided to get into this field at Oxford University. Magazine carries on into rigging mixture of high-fashion gossip and erasing. The magazine carries on into rigging mixture of high-fashion gossip and erasing. 22. 5 phrases for cheering sb up : And in this lesson, actually, we're gonna teach you some phrases for cheering someone up to make people happy when they are sad or depressed. So we're gonna learn many great useful phrases, So make herself ready. Try to understand and focus. Try to learn them. They use them in your daily conversations. Phrase number one. Is there anything I can do to help? Is there anything I can do to help? If there is anything I can do to help, please let me know. So this phrase is good to use when a friend or acquaintance has bad news about an illness at death in the family money problem, it sets raw. So you can also ask Is there anything I can do to help? So this is a very good way to tell people if they have problems, if they have any troubles, they can count on you. And you can make a very great friendly relationship between you and the others. Cheer up or chin up, Cheer up. This is informal way, something you say to someone in a difficult situation in order to encourage them to be brave on and try not to be sat chin up it soon be the weekend. It'll soon be the weekend chin up. So it's a very good way we can use. Cheer up or chin up to encourage people to be brave and not to be sat. It's not so sad. It's not so sad. So it's a good phrase you can use to cheer someone up and make him feel better when he's feeling sad. Yes, it's not so sad. Come on. You broke up with your girlfriend. She was not still one for you. You can find a better one. Everything will be OK. I love this phrase and I use it all of the time when my mother reset. So if rays off comfort in times of stress or on certainty for example I know you're worried about finding a new job, but everything is going to be all right. Everything will be OK. I promise. Everything is going to be a right or everything will be OK. These phrases are the same. There is no difference for his number five. Look on the bright side. Look on the bright side, which means to find good things in bad situations. When you are trying to encourage people to find good things in bath situations. You can use this phrase. For example, look on the bright side. The one was badly heritage. This accidents. So look on the bright side. Think in a positive way. Six. It's not the end of the world. It's not the end over the words. This is used for saying that something bad is not really as serious as some of things. It is, for example, losing your job is hard, but it's that the end of the world you can find a better job are. You can say, Oh, you burns the foods. No problem. It's not the end of the world. We can order food. We can order pizza from pizza delivery. Seven. What's the matter or what's wrong? So what's the matter on what's wrong use for asking someone who looks sick or sad to tell you that what problem they have. For example, you look terrible. What's wrong? What's the problem? What's the matter? Yeah, Please tell me. Eight. You look a bit down. You look a bit down, which means you look a little upset. Yeah, when you see your friend, for example, depressed and sad. You can tell him you look a bit down. What's wrong? What's the problem? Please tell me So that's it. Actually, we learnt Andi, I try to teach you eight great phrases to speak about ah cheering people up when they are sad when they have problems. I hope you have enjoyed it. And in the next part we're going to use all of these phrases in real situation so you can understand them better, So let's jump to the next part. 23. 5 Phrases in conversations : your friends. Let's use some of these phrases and sentences. It really situations. So as you can see in this picture, there is a conversation between Jack and Lily. So Jack says, What's the matter? Lily, What's wrong? Really? Ah, why you look a bit down while he looks hat. Lillis is I just lost my dog and now it can find it. Jax is we'll find it. It's not the end of the world. Come on. So it's not the end of the world, something that you believe is not a sad as somebody thinks. Yeah, that's it. Situation over to you. As you can see, this is a conversation between Robyn Lillie Robinson is sorrow. Why are you crying? Is there anything I can do to help and sorrow that Lily says? I just broke up with my boyfriend, Jack. I feel really sad. Robinson is. Jack was a really rude guy. Look on the bright side. You can find a better one. I'm sure Chen up so chin up is a good phrase, as I said, to encourage people to look on the bright side or to think Ah, that something will. Something good will happen and look on. The bright side means be positive. That's great. Situation number three. This conversation is between Jack and Barney, Jack says. You look a bit down. What's the matter? What's wrong? And Barney says, I didn't get accepted in this university. Jack answers. Oh, really? It's not so sad. You have plenty of chances ahead of you, so that's it. We try to use these phrases some of these phrases in real situations, so we can help you to understand them on. I'm sure you have understood everything. So in the next parts, as always, we're going to use some or all of these phrases in different clips of movies so you can see how Native English speakers pronounce them, so let's jump to the next part. 24. 5 phrases in movies : Okay, Lera mares or it's time to use these phrases and films, movies and different clips and see how native English speakers per announced them. So I'm just going to repeat them very fast for you as a fast review, you can repeat these phrases after me. Is there anything I can do to help? Cheer up, chin up. It's not so sad. Everything will be okay. Look on the bright side. It's not the end of the world. What's the matter? What's wrong? Here? Look a bit down. So let's see how native English speakers pronounce them in real situations. Enjoy it. Is there anything I can do to help there anything? Is there anything I can do to help there? Anything I can do to help our Jira label everything. Everything will be okay. Everything will be okay. Right side. I look on the bright side. I mean, look on the bright side. Look on the bright side. It's not the end of the world. The end of the world. Not the end of the world. What's the matter? 25. 5 practice : So, guys, this is the last part on this part. You can check yourself and see how these phrases are actually used. We're going to check you and see if you can still remember these phrases. If not, please go back and review these phrases. So I'm gonna ask you questions. You have some seconds to answer me. What phrase we can use in order to tell someone that they can find good things in bat situation. Yes. Can you remember? We usually say, Look on the bright side. Look on The bright side means you confined always good things In bad situations you can always think in positive way. Question number two An informal phrase you say to someone in a difficult situation in order to encourage them to be brave and try not to be sad There are two phrases actually, as I can remember, we actually taught you to use this race to help them to be brave and not to be sad. Yes, the phrased one is Cheer up on the 2nd 1 Ease chin up or we can say Keep your chin up. Which means don't be sad. And the last question it's a phrase off comfort, Really using time of stress or uncertainty. So what is it? That's yes. Everything will be OK. Or sometimes we say everything is going to be all rights. Everything is going to be a right or everything will be okay. Is a nice phrase of comfort we can use for people who are in stress or uncertainty. So that's it. I hope you have answered my questions correctly. If you have any questions, any further questions or doubt, please let me know. I will be always there to answer your back. Thank you very much. 26. Test Your Listening : We learned ten great phrases for cheering somebody up. Now, let's practice listening. So my dear friends, 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. Let's warring PAL. You'll look a bit down and he'd been crying. What's going Pao. You look a bit down and had been crying. I know you're lost not $1000. I'm sure we can enter that Monte very soon. It's not the end of the world. I know you're lost, not $1000. I'm sure we can enter that money very soon. It's not the end of the world. Experts believe it is all parts of a wartime spirit up looking on the bright side. Experts believe it is all part of a wartime spirit up looking on the bright side, come on. The project was not a total failure. Chin up. We just need to be determined. Come on. The project was not a total failure. Chin up. We just need to be determined. I know lost this job. I really loved it, but I'm sure we would find a better one. Everything will be okay. I know lost this job. I really loved it, but I'm sure really find a better one. Everything will be okay. I just lost one of my best friends. I feel dismal this base. Is there anything I can do to help? I just lost one of my best friends. I feel dismal. This base. Is there anything I can do to help? 27. 6 phrases for disappointment : Hello, my dear friends. How are you doing? I wish everything is going well for you, actually, in this Listen. Listen. Number 15 and new. Listen, we're gonna teach you seven phrases for disappointment when you're disappointed. Sad when you are in a low spirit, how do you express you're feeling and what kinds of phrases to use. So let's find out. I'm very excited to help you and teach you lease raises. I hope you are excited and interests it as much as I am. So are you ready? Let's get a started. The first phrase, a very common phrase we use all of the time is what a pity. What a pity. What a pity is usually a variable reaction on a sad, disappointing story told saying it indicates that someone understands the suffering of others and shares it. It reflects a feeling of sorrow and sympathy for the misfortunes of others. Ah, it expresses actually consolation. And he's equivalent to saying that's too bad. For example Ah, you have an exam tomorrow and you cannot come with us. We are going on a trip on a very fun trip. But you cannot come with us. So we can say What a pity. That's a really actually, that's really bad that you cannot come with us. So it's a kind of bearable reaction on a sad, disappointing story on, and it indicates that you understand the suffering of others, and it's very common trying to use it in your speech. Next one is what a shame. What a shame. Shame is a painful feeling that's, Ah, mix off regret, self hate and dishonor. So feeling shame or being ashamed, he's one of the most miserable feelings off them all. When you feel shame, you feel like a bad person and a regret what you did. Yes, for example, I sent a romantic message to my father by accident. I wanted to send it to my care friend. I sent it to my father so I could tell myself, Oh, shit, What a shame. That's really bad. So it's It's a painful feeling off regret and sell fakes. I ate myself. So Number three. How disappointing. How disappointing. So how disappointing me is not as good as you had hoped or expected, so something that is not satisfactory. For example, the team has had two disappointing seasons, so disappointing means not really hopeful, not satisfactory. How disappointing. For example, Um, my brother, he failed in the exam many times and you said we had an exam and he failed again. So we say, How disappointing. So there is no hope. That's too bad. Ah, that's very clear. That's too bad. If you say something is too bad, you can mean either that you feel sympathy about a problem or that you do not. So the differences in what is being talked about and the way you just say it, for example sometimes say it's too bad that you cannot come to see Mark in. He's a school play, so that's too bad. So it's a feeling sometimes of the sympathy on. Sometimes we speak about Ah, problem. OK, so we can use it to in these two situations. Number five Barber Bar Bomber is in formal way to say a thing that is annoying or disappointing. For example, the party was a real bomber. It was really a no ink. It was really disappointing. So it's a informal way to say that something is disappointing. Six. It was a really let down, so it's informal way on. It's an event performance, etcetera. That is not as good as you expected it to be. So that's why you say it was a riel. Let down, for example, you went to watch a movie on. Did you have heard that that that's a very exciting, very nice movie. But after the movie, um, mentee, it was not as good as others said. So you can say I'm told the real let down number seven. It didn't live up to my expectations. It didn't live out to my expectations. Live up to somebody's expectations means to be as good as or have the qualities that someone predicted, expected or hoped for. So if something didn't live up to your expectation, it was not. I didn't have the good quality. It was not as good as you have expected or predicted. Yes. Ah, for example, your mother introduced you, introduced one beautiful girl for marriage on she said that she is really beautiful, but 20 win. Tend, you met her. You just found out she's not beautiful and you can say didn't live up to my expectations. Yes, she's not as beautiful as I predicted. So that is the end. And we learned seven great ways and sentences to speak about disappointment. So now you need to understand them and use them when you're disappointed when you have no hopes in something. And in the next lesson, we're gonna use all of these phrases and sentences in riel situation so you can understand them better. 28. 6 Phrases in conversations : Okay, my dear friends, it's time to use these freighters. We learned about disappointment and disappointing things in a really situations so you can understand them better. So are you ready? Let's focus, Let's understand. And let's see how these sentences used in context. So there's a conversation between Jack and Jill. Jack says, What's wrong, Joe? You look sad and Jill answers. Actually, I proposed to Saara, but she rejected me on Jack says. Oh, how disappointing. That's too bad. So we say How disappointing Because it's not satisfactory. It's not satisfactory. And we say that's too bad because it's a feeling of sympathy for others problems. As I explained before, here, there's a conversation between mother and daughter. The mother says, My project failed. It didn't live up to my expectations on the daughter answers back. Oh, what a pity. I thought everything was going well, so I didn't live up to my expectations, as I told you, which means that it was not as good as I expected them predicted. And the daughter says, What a pity she wants to sympathize on. It's a kind of empathy to her mother's problem. May be that can make her feel better. Robyn Lillie, Robin. He's actually here. Sad, she says. What a shame. I feel this exam for the fifth time. What a shame. So what a shame is a painful feeling off. Self hate, Little says. That's okay. I'm sure you will pass it if you study harder. Yeah, what is shame? This is a feeling of disappointment. So that's it. We try to use these phrases in real situations so you can understand them better. And I hope you have learned them all in an export. We're gonna use some of these phrases in real situations and see how native English speakers used them in different actual situations and conversations. 29. 6 phrases in movies : So guys, as I told you, we're going to use these phrases about disappointment in different clips iMovie, so and see how native English speakers actually pronounced them. So as a fast review, I'm going to repeat these phrases for you. You can repeat after me. What a pity, What a shame. How disappointing. That's too bad. Bomber. It was a real letdown. It didn't live up to my expectations. It didn't live up to my expectations. And actually we're going to use all of these phrases and different clips and movies. So Angel, yet, What a pity. Disappointing, disappointing, disappointing. That's too bad. That's due by bomber Palmer. Dahmer was just the two fucking let down, you know, it was a let down, right? Kinda hurt totally. Did not live up to expectations. Should I live up to other people's expectations instead of my own? I can't possibly live up to my expectations. 30. 6 practice : So, my dear friends, this is the time that we must test you and you should check yourself and see if you can remember and understand these phrases again. I have to say this. If you can still remember these phrases, please go back and review these phrases and for any questions, I will be always there. So I'm gonna ask you these questions. You have some seconds to answer my question. Which phrase means informal way to say a thing that is annoying or disappointing. So remember, guys, it wasn't informal way to speak about something that is disappointing, Guerrino, and can remember Yes, that's bomber, for example. That party was a bomber, that part Iwas annoying and disappointing. Question number two. If something doesn't have the qualities that someone predicted, expected or hoped for, how would you say it? Yeah, we had a very nice idiom and expression here. We say That's right. It didn't live up to my expectations. It didn't live up to my expectations, which means it was not as good and as ah, beautiful as you would have expected. What if something is disappointing and you have no hope for its How can you describe your feelings. So there are three great phrases you can say to speak about something that is disappointing . Can you remember any up there? Yes, we say that's disappointing. That's two bads. That's or it's a riel let down So we can use these phrases to speak about something that is disappointing and not hopeful. That's great. That is the end. I hope you have answered these questions and I hope you have enjoyed might. Listen. Speaking about disappointment, please, for any questions, let me know. I will be always there to answer your back. Thank you. 31. Upgrade Listening: We learn seven great phrases for disappointment. Yes, phrases about disappointment. Now let's improve your listening. So my dear friends, listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Plague n as c that takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. We'd heard so many good things about the new restaurant, but the food didn't live up to our expectations at all. We'd heard so many good things about the numerous want, but the food didn't live up to our expectations at all. Now, to get a ticket to the game after my ad promised him to us, he's a real lead down. Now to get a ticket to the game after my ad promised them to us, he's a real lead down. This array1 is a real bummer. Will this on ever come out again? This moraine is a real bummer. Will listen ever come out again? Oh, my flight got canceled. I'm not going to get that chance of winning this game. How disappointing? Oh, my flight got canceled. I'm not going to get the chances of winning this game. How disappointing time and I broke up yesterday. What a pity. U2 are such a cute couple. Tom and I broke up yesterday. What a pity. U2 are such a cute couple. I guess he decided to delete his account or from the forum. What a shame. I'm sure we'll all miss his insane. I was I guess he decided to delete his account or from the forum. What a shame. I'm sure we'll all miss his insane ozonation.