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English speaking skill: Learn many common english phrases you need for communication

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21 Lessons (1h 18m)
    • 1. introduction

      1:55
    • 2. 1 phrases about drinking alcohol

      8:12
    • 3. 1 phrases in conversations

      3:09
    • 4. 1 practice phrases in movies

      3:46
    • 5. 1 practice

      2:41
    • 6. Listening Practice

      2:20
    • 7. 2 phraes about talents and experience

      7:42
    • 8. 2 phrases in conversations

      2:58
    • 9. 2 practice phrases in movies

      3:22
    • 10. 2 practice

      3:04
    • 11. Listening Exercise

      2:25
    • 12. 3 phrases for describing rich and poor ones

      7:07
    • 13. 3 phrases in conversations

      4:03
    • 14. 3 practice phrases in movies

      2:47
    • 15. 3 practice

      2:42
    • 16. Improving Listening

      2:28
    • 17. 4 phrases about statistics

      6:51
    • 18. 4 phrases in conversations

      2:40
    • 19. 4 practice phrases in movies

      3:02
    • 20. 4 practice

      2:27
    • 21. Listening Stage

      2:24
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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 join the next class as well 

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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 : Do you want to speak English easily and powerfully for business trowel and Fung. Here in this class who can understand the formal and informal phrase is in real context. Guys, sometimes you need to change the methods and the way you learn in order to improve your English language. And in this class we will help you learn many common English useful phrases. Native English and American speakers use these common phrases in their everyday English life and communication. That's why I call these phrases English common useful phrases. For every lesson you will learn these phrases in for great stages. In the first stage you master 10 different common phrases. The second stage, you can see how these phrases are used in a very fun conversation. In the third stage, you can review these phrases in different clips and movies. And in the fourth stage you can check yourself and see if you steal, understand those phrases. Guys, what phrases you can use in order to describe talented people? Ha, Maybe you can say he's a wiz or he's a gifted person. Or probably you would say that he's a walking encyclopedia. But what's the difference between these phrases and where do we usually use them? We will speak about many different topics and subjects such as drinking, alcohol, talents and experience. We will speak about statistics, poor and rich people, et cetera. Guys, in this class, you just need to have a basic understanding of English. So master and learn many common English useful phrases. 2. 1 phrases about drinking alcohol : Hello, my dear friends. How are you doing? I wish everything is going well for you. So we're gonna learn 10 great useful phrases for drinking. Actually, I want to ask you this question. Have you ever being in a bar? How would you describe drunk people? And how would you wish somebody health and success If you don't know how to do this, It's OK, because we will find out here and here. We're gonna teach you many great phrases about drinking so you can use them in your daily English conversations. When you go out with your friends and drink or if sometimes you don't rink, you need to understand these phrases in order to communicate with people who drink. So are you ready? I'm very excited to teach you these raises. I wish you are ready to learn them. Please write down these phrases and try to focus on understand them. And if you have any questions at the end of this, listen. Please feel free to ask me so Phrase number one. It's on me. Yes. Eats a me on. Very generous. So it's on Mimi's. I'll pay you a drink or I'll pay you the bill. So usually it's used for foods, drinks at a bar. We can use them for tickets to some events, etcetera. So we don't just use them for drinking. We can use it for everything. So if you think that you should pay and you can pay, you can say it's on me, Okay? And usually generous people usually say he's on me. I'll pay the bill. Phrase number two. I'd like to make a toast. I'd like to make a toast, which means I'd like to honor person event or idea. So in this moment, you raise a glass of wine to make a spatial speech and to wish people a good future and sometimes simply you just say cheers, okay, to wish everybody and those people a great future, a great success. That's right. So, for example, last night it was my friend's wedding. So in the middle off this party, I said to everybody, I'd like to make a toast. I raised the glass and actually I wished them a great future. Number three. Here's to your health. Here's to the New Year, or here's to our success. So this is used for wishing somebody or something health, success, happiness, etcetera. Especially when lifting your glass and drinking it toes to something. And somebody, for example. Here's to the happy couple. May they have a long and happy marriage. Okay, so in the first place you have to say I'd like to make a toast and then your next sentence can be. Here's to the happy couple. Here's to you our success or any other sentence. This is really useful phrase Number four. Another round of drinks, please. Another round of drinks, please. In this case, round is one drink for each person in the group. If you say you will buy the next round, you're promising to take your turn and pay for the next ring for each person. Okay, So remember, don't say this If you don't want to pay for everybody's drinks and all the round off drinks Number five put it on my tab, Put it on my tab. What does mean? You can see the guy in this picture. He doesn't want the other guy to pay. And he's telling the woman, Ma'am, please put it on my tab. So tap here means a bill to pay later before you leave. So put it on my tab means that you will pay the whole amount later. Okay, you will pay the whole amount later, and the other person doesn't have to worry about anything. The next year's full phrases. He's a bit tipsy. Yes, actually, my uncle Last night when he came home, he was a bit tipsy, which means a little bit drunk. So tipsy means a little bit drawing. Yeah, sometimes you go to your friends parties and you drink some wine. Then you start to feel a little bit tipsy. You start to feel a little bit drawn, cried. So don't do this. He's completely slashed, wasted or plastered so we can use these three words slashed, wasted and plastered for a person who is completely drawing kiss. So, as you can see in this picture, this guy lying on the ground with a bottle off, maybe wine. He's completely drawn, he slashed, and he's plastered. So don't drink a lot off alcoholic drinks. Guys, you may get actually completely drunk, and then you may fall in a big trouble. Eight. She's trying to drown her sorrows. As you can see this, these guys in this picture they're trying to drown their sorrows. So drown somebody. Sorrow means to drink alcohol for relief from pain or sadness. So sometimes when people break up with their girlfriend boyfriend or they are sat, you know, they go and drink because they believe it can make them feel better. But unfortunately, no, I don't think it can make you feel better. It's temporary, and then you start to get this feeling again. But you know, they're trying to drown their sorrow. That's it. Nine. I'm the designated driver. I'm the designated driver. So what can you understand from this picture? That's right. The driver is designated. What does mean? Actually, Ah, designate driver means I'm not drinking alcohol because I will drive other people home later, Right? So designate drivers a driver who is not wrong and he can drive the other people, those people who are trying home. So you should give your keys to the other one. The person who is designated okay is not wrong. That's it. The last phrase I had a hangover or I waas hungover. We used these two phrases, actually, which means the bad feeling you have in the morning after drinking too much, sometimes when you wake up in the morning, you have this bad feeling. You have this strong headache. Okay? And in these kinds of situations, you can say I had a hangover. I was hung over. That's it. And we learn 10 great sentences phrases to speak about drinking. I was You have actually understood and learned them. And I wish you have enjoyed this. Listen, in the next part of this, listen, we're going to use all of these phrases or most of these phrases in real situations, so you can understand them better, So let's jump to the next part. 3. 1 phrases in conversations : Hello. Everybody will come back to Park number two. As I told you were going to use these freedoms, we learned about drinking and real situations so you can understand how these phrases are used in different contexts. So are you ready? Let's get a started. So as you can see, this picture jacket accepted in a really good universities, so he's family is very happy. And as you can see in this picture, they would like to make a toast. Everybody wishes him a great like Okay, as I told you, make a toast means to raise your glass and wish somebody health success and good future. That's perfect. Good for you, Jack. I wish him a great life here. As you can see Saara. She went to this nice party of her friend and she had a bit drink, and now she's tipsy, which means she's a little bit drawing. But she can't drive. I guess she's plastered, which means she's completely drunk. Yes, I think she has drunk too much, so she needs a designated driver. She needs a driver who was not wrong. Can can actually give her a ride home. She definitely needs it. Designated Dr or otherwise you might have an accident, Maybe. Oh, look at this girl. She has a bad feeling. Yes, she had a bad feeling in the morning after drinking too much, I guess she had a hangover. She had a hangover. Or we can say she was hung over. Which means she has this bad feeling Just because she had drawn too much the last night she had throng. Too much alcoholic drinks, wine. We Scheer. Anything can. Now she has a bad feeling. Oh, my God, Look at this guy is not happy at all. What's he doing there? Actually, Jack broke up with his girlfriend. She actually cheated on him. So he's now in the bar just trying to drown. He's sorrow. He's trying to drink a lot of alcoholic drinks because he believes he can just forget her. He can just feel better. So that's why he's sad and drinking a lot off drinks. Okay, guys, that's it. We try to use these phrases of these years full phrases in different context and a real situations so you can understand them in the next parts. We're gonna use all of these phrases in riel situations. OK, we're gonna use all of these phrases and different clips, movies animated, actually movies, so you can see how Native English speakers pronounce them, so let's jump the next part. 4. 1 practice phrases in movies : Welcome to part where you guys, as I told you. And this part, we're going to use all of these great phrases and sentences in different movies clips and see how native English speakers per announced them and use them in everyday English conversations. I'm just gonna review our repeat them very fast for you. You can repeat these phrases after me as well. It Some me. I'd like to make a toast. Here's to your health. Another round of drinks, please. Put it on my tab. Is a bit tipsy, is completely sloshed. She is trying to drown her sorrows. Um, the designated driver, I had a hangover. I was hung over. So it's time to see how these phrases are used in different clips and movies. Enjoy it. It's on me. That's on me. It's on me, me, me. I would like to make a toast. I like to make toes to the groove. Like to make toast to what I'm right. I'm right to make as well as help them. Still could have could have our new play by peers to your success? No. Here's to Benjamin. Another quick, another round of drinks. And other round another round of drinks here. Whatever the lady would like. I'll take the usual put all my tests in the club, get tipsy in the club, get tipsy. Came home. Tipsy. I was a little tipsy. Your plaster nose to nose will get them plastid tonight. Do you drink to turn your sorrow? Do you drink to turn your sorrow? Do you drink to turn your sorrow? I need to drown my sources. I was the designated driver because I could tell no one else wanted to. Designated driver. The designated driver. But however before but I've been here before, but I see you I see you. 5. 1 practice : and this is the last part in this part. You can check yourself and see if you can see the remember and understand these phrases. But if you think you can to remember on understand this phrases, please go back and review those phrases. So I'm gonna ask you some questions and you have some seconds to answer my question. Are you ready? Let's get a started Question Number one. What do you call a person who is completely drawing? There were three words to describe a person who is completely drunk. Can you remember? Yes. Say it. That's right. We say slashed, wasted or plasters Or sometimes you say tipsy. But we can use this word just for people who are a little drunk. That's right. Bravo. Perfect question. Number two. What? If you want to say, I'll buy you a drink? How would you say it if you want to pay for others? How would you describe this phrase? That's right. We say it's on me Or put it on my tab, which means you will pay for everything and you will pay for it. Great question. Number three. If someone is drinking alcohol for relief from pain or sadness. How would you describe this person? The person who is drinking because he feels that's it can make him feel better, especially after sadness. Do you remember? That's right. We say she's trying to drown hair sorrows, trying to drown their sorrows. That's right. Perfect. And the last question what do you call a person who is not drawn? Can can give you right. And Dr I told you guys, Can you remember it? Yes. We say designated driver a person who is not drunk and can give you right home. Perfect. Thank you. I hope you have answered my questions correctly. Guys, for any questions, please let me know. I will always be there to answer your back. So this listen is over. But if you can't understand or remember some of these phrases, please go back and review this. Listen now it's time to jump to the next lesson. Thank you. Goodbye 6. Listening Practice : We learned ten great phrases for drinking alcohol. Right now it's time to 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. I had too much alcohol the other days. I had a terrible hangover. The next day. I had too much alcohol the other days I had a terrible hangover the next day. He hasn't been home since last Tuesday. The last time I saw him was a bit tipsy. He hasn't been home since last Tuesday. The last time I saw him was a bit tipsy. Another round of drinks, please. You just leave once. So guys, let's enjoy the party. Another round of drinks, please. You just leave once so guys listen to the party. Tom said he'd be the designated driver. What do we go out tonight? Tom said hit me the designated driver. What do we go out tonight? You wonder the bartered around me sorrows. I guess he broke out with that girl. They worked together for 70 years. You wonder, the bartered around me sorrows. I guess he broke out with that girl. They were together for 70 years. Chris was blasto after five beers, so we took him home before causing a troubled in that bar. Chris was plastered after five years, so we took him home before causing a troubled in that bar. 7. 2 phraes about talents and experience: actually, in every Listen, we're gonna learn many great useful phrases. Thes phrases are all using different everyday English conversations. But unfortunately, many students don't now them. So don't worry. We're gonna learn them, practice them, use them and actually check them all. So and this. Listen, I'm gonna teach you 10 great ways to speak about talents and experience. So, guys, are you ready? Are you excited to learn these 10 great phrases? If yes, let's get a started. Okay, so let's start with the first phrase and sentence she was born to dance. Or we can say she was born toe cook or to drive or to teach. So to be very suitable for a particular job. So if you are born to do something, you are very suitable for a particular job activity, etcetera, for example, he was born to be a politician. And as you can see in this picture, she's a great dancer, and I can't say she was born to debts. Yes. Ah, let me tell you a little secret, guys, I'm very good at cooking. So I think I was born to cook. But nobody knows that. Okay? Phrase number two. He is natural? Yes, Natural. I'm sure you have heard this word this adjective many times so natural. A natural person is a person regarded as having an innate gift or talent for a particular task or activity. As you can see in this picture, this little beautiful girl, I think she's natural. She can play the piano, and she's very talented. Okay, that's great. Phrase number three is She could do it in her sleep. Yes, she could do it in her sleep. Have you heard this phrase? What does mean? She could do it in her asleep? To be able to do something so easily that you don't need to think about it. Especially because you have done it so many times before. So we can say, for example, I have driven there so many times. I could do it in my sleep. Yes. I don't need to think about it as against in this picture. This guy can Dr anywhere because he could do it in his sleep. He knows where the pharmacies, where the hospital ease and he can thrive there easily. He could do it, and he's asleep. Yes, that's a very nice phrase. Frieze number four he knows it inside out. He knows it inside out means to know something very thoroughly and very completely. Yes, Inside out means very thoroughly and very completely as it comes in this picture. Jack knows the book inside out. He knows the book thoroughly, very completely. Frieze number five is he knows New York like the back off his hands. I'm sure you have heard this phrase in this sentence before because it's really, really useful. And it really, really coming to know something like a back off your hand means to know something, especially a place very well. Yes. Ah, I know my city like the back of my hand. Actually, I know where the hospital is, where my school is, where the universities are. So I know it like the back of my hounds. Yes. Thank you for his number six. She's a walking encyclopedia off philosophy, English physics or any other subject. So to be the walking encyclopedia of something is a person who has an impressive knowledge off facts or words, to be honest with you guys. Actually, my father is the walking encyclopedia philosophy. He knows everything. He has a great knowledge about the facts about the words off philosophy. Number seven. He is in a class of his own. He's in a class of his own. So if someone is in a class off their own, they have more of a particular skill or quality than anyone else. For example, my uncle, he can fix cars. He can cook and he can sink. I think he is in a class of his own. Yes, absolutely phrase number eight. He's the best in business, which means to have a great experience in something. Some people are the best in English. For example, I think I'm the best in cooking, and I'm upon the best in teaching. Maybe you are the best in I don't Snow and fixing computers in designing games in decoration. Everybody, I think, is the best in something. Ah, and freeze number nine. She's very gift it. So I think Phrase number two and nine are the same. Almost so. She's very gifted, means having exceptional talents or natural ability. As you can see in this picture, her name is Sarah, and I think Sorry's very gifted. She can play the violin professionally. Yes, she's very gifted. The last phrase is hes a chemistry with Do you know the meaning of whiz? Have you heard this words? Actually, it says informal work. So ways is a person who is extremely clever at something. For example, in this picture, you can see Steve Jobs. Yes, everybody knows him, and I believe he's a computer with Yes, he's a computer with is very clever in fixing in, designing, creating computers. So that's it's on that waas, actually, the last phrase we learned 10 great and useful phrases. Actually, we used these phrases and everyday conversations. Try to learn them, try to understand them, write them down. But don't worry. We're going to use all of these phrases and different clips and different movies. And we're gonna help you understand that more in different context. We're going to use these phrases in riel situations so you guys can understand them better . Andi, don't forget to ask me for any questions. Thank you. 8. 2 phrases in conversations: everybody will come back and we'll come to Park number two. Ah, phrases we learned about actually talents and experience is we're going to use all of these phrases in different context in different situations, so you can understand them better. So are you ready? Let's get started. So, as you can see in this picture, this young man is from Japan and he's disabled, but he's very gifted. He has strong hands, actually his natural. So yes, gift it and natural when we speak about a person who is very talented, who say that he is gifted and natural as we studied before, that's great. So as you can see in this picture, my uncle is really good at designing website and fixing computers. I believe he's a computer with, yes, very, very clever person. Computer wiz. So situation number three. As you can see, these little two girls are playing chess and Lily the one on the left. She's really good at playing chess as she's making fast moves, so I guess she could do it in her sleep. Yes, she can play chest without thinking too much about which moved to makes. Yeah, that's perfect phrase and here. As you can see, Tet knows everything about his city. He completely knows where the subway stations are. As so I guess he knows this city like the back of his hand. Yes, he knows everything about this city. He knows the city like the back off he's had. Good for you, handsome man. Here. I think you're going to recognize his job. This man, I think, is a cook and chef. Yes, His name is Michael. Michael is a great chef. He makes great dishes and everybody loves He's cooking. So actually he was born to cook. Yes, he was born to cook. He's very, very suitable for this job. I completely agree with the sentence. Okay. Ah, we try to use all of these phrases and different riel situations, and I hope you have learned them. And in the next part, we're going to use all of these phrases in different clips movies, so you can get more familiar with them and understand the rial pronunciation from natives. Be cares. Okay, let's jump to the next lesson. 9. 2 practice phrases in movies : Okay, My dear friends, let's use all of these phrases we learned in different clips MOBI, so you can understand them better. Learn how native English speakers per nouns them. So I'm going to repeat all of these phrases very fast for you. You can repeat after me if you want. She was born to dance, is natural. She could do it in her sleep. He knows it inside out. He knows New York like the back of his hands. She's a walking encyclopedia philosophy. He's in that class of his own. He's the best and business. She's very gifted. He's a chemistry whizzes. So now let's see how these phrases are used in different clips and movies. Are you're ready to enjoy it. Let's get started. Who he was? He was born to be queen by our cousins told the throne. She was born to be queen by our cousins told the throne, he was born to be prompted. Here's a map will show its natural police is a natural athlete. Is a natural athlete. Could do it on my sleep. I could do it on my sleep. And we can do this in our sleep. And we can do this in our sleep. You know, me inside and out. You know me inside and out. I trained knows this burden. So now I trained knows this burden. So now this place like the back of your hand, now this place like the back of your hand? Back of my backup, I had almost look like a walking encyclopedia. Yeah. Unless look like a walking encyclopedia. You almost look like a walking encyclopedia. The best in the business. Homer, where are the best in the business? Homer, where are the best in the business? He's the best in the business. To me as a friend. And she's very gift. You're very gifted. Is the better gifted. Is the better gifted. You'll need a math wiz. You'll need a math wiz or a computer. So she is always. 10. 2 practice : Welcome back, dear learners, this is the time You should check yourself and see if you can steal. Remember these phrases and these essential, important words we learned in this Listen about talents and experiences. So, as you know, I'm gonna ask you some questions, and I'm gonna give you some seconds to think and answer my questions. So if you cannot answer my questions and if you cannot remember or understand these phrases , I suggest you to come back and review the phrases. So are you ready? Let's get us started. What do you call a person who's very clever in something, Huh? What do you call him? Can you remember the phrase and the word? Actually, we say Wiz. Yes, he's a computer wiz. Which means this person is very, very smart and clever in computer stuff. Okay, I hope you have answered this question correctly. Question number two. Miriam can tie very fast and she doesn't even look down or she doesn't even need to think about it. She can do it easily. So how would you say it's? What freeze can you use to describe her? A person who can do something without thinking too much we usually say, Yes, she can do it in hair sleep. Exactly that said she can do it in her sleep. She can do it without thinking. Two months. She can do it very easily. Question number three. Which phrase would you use to describe a person who has a great knowledge off facts and science of philosophy? I told you about my father. He has great knowledge about philosophy. So what would you say? Yes, we say he's a walking encyclopedia off philosophy. He has a great knowledge off philosophy. That's it. And the last question. Two words we can use to describe a person whose talent it. That's a pretty easy question, and I think you guys know the answer. So the first word is natural. She's natural, which means she's talented. Or we can say she's gifted. Yes, which means she is talented. So that's the end off. Actually, this test on exam, I hope you have answered my questions correctly. If not, please go back and review those great phrase as please do not forget to ask me for an it questions. So we have finished with the number one and this is the time to start. Listen, number two perfect goodbye for now, 11. Listening Exercise : We learned ten great phrases to say that somebody's talented, right? So are you ready to 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. Is it can better ways. I just had a problem with my laptop, but he did fix it immediately. Is a competitor ways. I just had a problem with my laptop, but he did fix it immediately. Everyone was into those poems. She wasn't extremely gifted poets. Everyone was into those poems. She was an extremely gifted poets. Jack knows a lot and always has the information which I want is a walking encyclopedia. Jack knows a lot and always has the information which I want is a walking encyclopedia. Don't worry, we're not going to get lost in this town. I know it like the back-up my hand. Don't worry. We're not going to get lost in this town. I know it like the back-up my hand. In 0, we need managers who know the business inside out. You know, we need managers who know their business inside out. Yeah, Jack is a great artists. He was born to play the guitar like that. People are fascinated by this gift. Yeah, Jack is all great artists. He was born to play the guitar like that. People are fascinated by this gift. 12. 3 phrases for describing rich and poor ones : tell everybody. How are you doing will come to this new Great. Listen, actually this. Listen, I'm gonna teach you many great phrases for being great or poor. As you can see, the person on that left is really poor, and the one on the right is rich. So let's learn 10 practical nice phrases for a person who is reach and poor. Try to write down these phrases or try to memorize them and remember them. Please focus and try to learn these important phrases. So let's start with the 1st 1 The first phrases He's short on cash. Do you guys know the meaning? Gough to be short on something? Well, to be short on something means not having enough off something. For example, I'm a little short on cash right now, so I can lend you anything. So this guy here, he doesn't have enough money. This is a really nice and important phrase to be short on something. Number two. He's broke. I think you have heard this phrase many times in different movies and clips broke. It means a person has absolutely indefinitely no money, but people use the word collect Willie to exaggerates and to make it a little worse to make it sound worse, actually. So the person who is broke, he has no money. Yeah. For example, two months ago I was broke. I had no money because I bought a new car and I had no money in my account. I had no money in my pockets. Number three phrase He's just scraping by scraping by. Scraping by means to live with barely enough money so we can say to be able to buy only the little and the most important things you need these days, some people have financial problems and they are just scraping pie. They have barely enough money to live. They're a nice brace for his number four. He makes minimum wage. Yes, some people make minimum wage, which means he makes a little money and air earns a minimum salary. Yeah, some people don't have actually decent and good jobs, and they just make a little money. They make minimum wage. Remember this price? Frieze number five. Very good phrase. Very useful. One is his pinching pennies, his pinching pennies. Can you guess the meaning of this phrase? Actually, his pinching pennies means to spend as little money as possible. So when we were first married, we had to pinch pennies just to get by. This is a very good example exactly when you get married. Actually, there are lots off costs, lots of things you have to spend money for. So you have to spend a little money as little money as possible. You should actually pin JCPenney's phrase. Number six. He's he's quite well off. Yes, he's quiet. Well off it is quite well off. Actually. Well off here means wealthy and being in a really good financial condition. I think Kristen Ronaldo is quiet well off. Yes, is really wealthy, and he's in a really good financial condition. He has a lot of money. Yes, everybody knows that. And raise number seven. She's loaded. I think it's very clear to understand, from the word loaded low, that means actually to have a lot of things on something or in something right. So here low that means having a lot of money and being very wealthy. To be honest with you guys. My grandfather, he's loaded. Yes, he's having a lot of money. He has a lot of money in his bank account and He owns three houses, but there's a little bit stingy because he doesn't want to share it with anybody. Phrase number eight She inherited a fortune. So guys, we have to understand the very inherent here in hurts something from somebody means to receive money, property, etcetera from somebody when they die, for example, she inherited a fortune before to me, is a lot of money. She inherited a fortune from her father. Yes, but I don't think I will inherit anything because my father hasn't no property. Unfortunately, ah, number nine. She's rolling in dough Doe. Here is a nice expression, a nice work. So dough off course is a slang expression for money. And rolling in the dough means that you are having a lot of wealthy or wealthy and your very rich or having a lot of money. Yes, rolling Ginette dough. A rolling in dough. My girlfriend, actually, to be honest with you guys, she's a rolling in dough. She has a B M W new car. I'm really jealous of her. And the last phrase she's making a keeling. This is a very nice land. Sometimes we hear this phrasing movies, so this is informal way to say that she has a great financial success. Yes, she's making a killing. Actually, my aunt's. She's making a killing. She has establishing new company. As she's making a lot of money. She has a great financial success. So that's eat. We learned 10 great phrases here in this Listen. And actually we're gonna use all of these phrases in real situations in the next listen. And after that we can see how these phrases are used in different clips and movies. So please write down the phrases that you think important on and try to improve your English any. If you have any questions, please ask me. Thank you. See, we're soon. 13. 3 phrases in conversations : Hello. I will come back, guys, though this is time to use these expressions, these phrases in riel situations. So are you ready? It's time to see how these phrases are used in riel situations. So we learned 10 important and great phrases like always, and he air. Let's see how these phrases are used in different contexts. So as you can see in this picture, they are poor or rich. I think they are rich. So Jack goes on vacation once a month. He's got a really beautiful wife. Yes, and really big boat. I guess he's rolling in the dough. Yes, that's rights rolling in the dough. Which means do you remember? Yeah, which means a person who is very rich and very wealthy. And his wife has a big hair saloon. She's making a killing. Yes, she's having financial success. Good for them. That's perfect. I think it's good for their Children like a Children. Yes, you're gonna be born in a really rich family. That's perfect. I wish I had a father like you. So situation number 20 my God. Look at this jet and this expensive car. So I'm sure they are speaking about something very expensive. They're rich here. This woman you see in this picture is the owner off many companies. She's quiet well off. So as I told you guys well off means a person that is their reach is well off for a person who is in a really good financial situation. I heard she has inherited a fortune from hair Father So inherit as I totally before means to get money, property, something from somebody after they died. Good for hair. Oh my God! Look at this picture. Two brothers. Alright. Guess they are friends. And these two brothers are trying to find a job to help their parents. Yes, they are brothers. So they are just scraping by. Yes, they barely make enough money to live on. Their father is making minimum wage. He's making as little as possible money. That's really bad. I feel really sorry for such families. I wish you could Guys find a better job and situation number four in this situation. As you can see, a wife and husband are sitting and they are They don't look really actually good. I think they are in a bad mood. So Jack and sorrow are just got married. And they are in a really bad financial situation, as I told you so. They are pinching pennies. So can you remember? Pinching pennies, as I told you it's explained means spending as little as possible money to get by. I think they just got married and they don't have enough money, so they have to spend a little money. So that's it's. We use some of these phrases in real situations and the next listen. We will use all of these raises actually in different clips and movies, and you will get more familiar with their pronunciations, so let's jump to the next listen. 14. 3 practice phrases in movies : Welcome to part number three. So we learned many phrases speaking about a rich and poor people. Now we're going to use all of these great phrases we have learned in different clips and movies. So before we use them, just let me repeat them fast for you. He's short on cash, is broke. His just scraping by. He makes minimum wage. Is pinching pennies, is quite well off. She's loaded. She inherited a fortune. She's rolling in Doe. She's making a killing. Okay, now let's get a starts in the US, all of these phrases and different clips and movies. Enjoy it. I'm sorry. That's just some little short on cash. And little short on cash. On cash. I am I am broke. He's also broke. Hi, I'm barely scraping by. I'm barely scraping by. I'm barely scraping by. I've been I'm barely scraping by I've been minimum wage. Minimum wage. We making minimum wage, they making minimum wage. Pinch a few pennies. Pinch a few pennies. Let's see a pink symphonies with it. Like Bob say. It's a barrister. Very well. He's will level off. He's just loaded. Let's go home. She's loaded. Here. I inherited a fortune app that has satellite filament. Grandma, I inherited a fortune app that as satellite filament way I'm on. Let's go make a killing. Killing, killing. 15. 3 practice : Welcome back, everybody. We use all of these phrases in different movies. This is the time for practicing and to check your understanding. So here, as you know, that I'm gonna ask you some questions and you must answer my question and check yourself and see if you can see. Remember these phrases again. I have to tell you guys, if you can't remember or don't know the meaning of these phrases, please come back, can review the lessons. And for any questions, please let me know. Thank you. Okay, let's get a started with the first question. The first question. What is the phrase we used to speak about someone who barely have enough money to live and survive? So what is it? Can you remember? Yes, that's he's just crepe ing by having barely enough money to live and survive. He's just scraping by. Very nice freeze. Question number two. What is the phrase for someone who spends as little money as possibles? Can you remember it? What is it? That's his pinching Pennies. Yes, pinching pennies. Spending as little money as possible, especially if you are in a really bad financial situations like when you get married you have to pinged pennies. And the last question How many phrase do you know? Ah to speak about a person who has a lot of money? I think there are four or five phrases. Can you tell me those phrases? Yes. Can you remember them? Yeah. First phrase. He's rolling in the dough. He's making a killing. He's loaded and she's well off. Yes, I love these four phrases actually can tell us that this person is rich and in a good financial situation. So that is the end. And I hope you have answered all of these questions correctly. If not, please come back a review for any questions. I will be always there. I hope you have enjoyed this lesson about being rich or poor. Thank you. 16. Improving Listening : We learn 15 phrases for being rich and poor, right? So it's time to 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. This guy's really envied, emitted killing on this talk exchange. These guys are really envied, emit a killing on the stock exchange. After all this, Ben was a tycoon as well as a doctor. He must be rolling in money. After all this, Ben was a tycoon as well as a doctor. He must be rolling in money. They can afford it, is loaded, actually hurt. He inherited a fortune. Take can afford it, is loaded, actually hurt he inherited a fortune. Many pensioners are less well-off them, they used to be. Many pensioners are less well-off them. They used to be ever since we had our second child where you've had to pinch pennies to make sure that they both get what they want for Christmas. Ever since we had our second child where you've had to pinch pennies to make sure that they both get what they want for Christmas is measure on money since he got married to that girl, I guess she's wasting I'm spending his money is measured on Monday since he got married to that girl, I guess she's wasting I'm spending is money. 17. 4 phrases about statistics : Hello, my dear. Friends and students will come to listen. Number three and this. Listen, we're gonna teach you many great phrases for talking about statistics, and I'm gonna use the example of crying, yes, killing violins that we have in different cities and different countries. And we're going to speak about some statistics. Okay? Are you ready and excited to learn my phrases? Let's get a start at. Okay. So the first phrase I want Teoh actually describe and speak about Is the crime rate rose? Yes. So, as you know, crime rate is the count off crimes compile to assess the effectiveness of a crime control policy. And heroes is the past off rice. So the crime rate rose, which means increased right, increased, Or we can say, Rose. That's really bad if the crime rate raises in one country or one city, so we will have more theft and robberies. That's very dangerous. Phrase number two. The crime rate went up, so this phrase has completely the same meaning. If a prize amount or level goes up, it becomes higher or greater than it. Waas. Exactly. The crime rate went up. Yes. We have more robberies. More theft and more burglary. So I think the crime race went up in this month. Phrase number three. There was a sharp increase in crime. Do you guys do know the meaning of sharp increase? Sharp here means sudden and large increase something that is sudden. Okay, so sharp Increase means sudden at large increase? Yes. So sometimes that there is a sharp increase in crime sometime. There's a sharp increase in financial bad financial situations. That's really bad. Frieze number four. There was a gradual rise and crying Gradual rise. I love this phrase. And I think you have heard it in different ticks. Different movies. Podcast. Maybe So. We use the adjective gradual to describe something that happens slowly, you know, bits by bits, like the gradual increase in the amount off daylight in winter. So this is a really useful, practical and nice phrase. Gradual rise. Something that happens very slowly and bit by bids. Yes. On and phrase number five. There was a spike in crime. Yes. Spike, Have you heard this word? Now don't worry. I'm gonna teach you. Spike means a sudden increase and then decrease. Yes. Sometimes we use this phrase in aisles and Tofel Those students who want to take the exam thing, they must know these words. So spike means sudden increase. And then, oh, decrees phrase number six The crime rate reached its peak. So Ah, when you when something reaches its peak, it reaches the highest point. Yes. So this is a big misfortune. I think if the crime rate reaches its speaking one city or one country because we have the most violence many, many robberies. And it's the highest points phrase number seven, the crime rates platitude so plateau platitudes means stayed at the same level. So there are no changes in this month. The crime rates plateaus. So last month we had, like 500 report it stolen cases. And this month in this month, we also have 500 still no reported cases, so we can say their crime raid plateau. Very nice. Very plateau. For his number eight, there was a slight decrease in crime. I think we don't need to explain this because, you know, this slide me small in degree, so small decrease means ah, slight decrease means small degree or small, decreasing something that's pretty easy. So good for the city because there is a slight decrease in crime. Nine. The crime rate dropped. So this one, this phrase also very easy drop means to go down and two decrees, or we can say fall. So this is an instance of falling or dropping. It's pretty easy. And the last phrase which is really important is the crime rate plummeted? Yes, plummeted, plummet. So we use the word plummets to speak, to speak about something that decrease a lot very quickly and very suddenly. So this is really good. And this is really fortunate for one city if the crime rate plummets, if the police tries to arrest all of the criminal suddenly so we can say the crime rate can plummets. So that sits. We learned 10 great phrases to speak about statistics about crime rate that sometimes arise and increases, and sometimes it drops and decreases. So let's use these phrases in a real situations. Let's jump to the next listen 18. 4 phrases in conversations : Welcome back, my dear students. So in this listen, as I told they were going to use these phrases, we learned about statistics in riel situation, so you can understand them better. So just look at this chart. Ah, little bit on trying to analyze it. As you can see, there's a career experience and there is an increase in this career experience. So as you can see here, there is a sharp increase in career experience, and that's a really good news. Yes, there is a sharp increase. As I told it before, Sharp means sudden. Okay. And yes, it's a sharp increase in career experience that's good in this chart, which is a number off abortions pair 1000 women age 15 to 42 44 by ah year. So here in this chart, everything is really obvious. So the abortion rate plateau from 19 1993 to 2000 eight, so plateau here means there are no changes, everything at the same level. Chart number three. I think it's about the prices off houses on property based on recent news, a research. We found out that mortgage rate dropped and plummeted as I told you before plummeted. Means a sudden, uh, decrease. Yes, plummeted. And the last one? As you can see in this chart, there is a sudden increase and then decrease. We had a phrase for that. Can you remember? Yes. There was a spike in crime, which means a sudden increase and then decrease. Very nice words. Very nice phrase. So that's perfect. We use thes ascetics, IQ phrases and different situations, real situations. And now the next. Ah, listen, we're gonna try to use these phrases and different movies and in different clips, so stay with us. 19. 4 practice phrases in movies : Hello everybody, Welcome to part number 3, speaking about statistics. And actually we spoke about crime, but we're going to use these phrases in different clips and different movies so you can understand them better and get familiar with their pronunciation. So let me repeat them fast for you. The crime rate rose, the crime rate went up. There was a sharp increase in crying. There was a gradual rise in crime. There was a spike and crying. The crime rate reached its peak. The crime rate plateaued. There was a slight decrease in crime. The crime rate dropped, and the crime rate plummeted. So that's hits. Let's use these statistics, phrases and words in different clips and movies. Tried to pay attention and understand. And in Joly the scenes, dr. Heart rates rising, Dr. heart rates, rising heart rate and blood pressure, rising. Heart rate and blood pressure rising in the news today, violent crime is on the rise in the news today violent crime is on the rise. First rate just went up straight, just went up. My approval rating went up two points. My service rates went up, my service rates went up. I've seen a sharp increase in that. I have seen a sharp increase in that. I have seen a sharp increase in the blender first spike and some are sex crimes. The blender first by consumers texts crimes well, the blended per spike in some respects, crimes well, with the appetite for the show has even reached his pink. With the appetite for this show has even recent Pink. Your ninja skills are reaching their peak. Progress has played, had a, progress has played out. Childhood vaccination rates in Cohort get dropped. Childhood vaccination rates in cobol get dropped. Fetal heart rate is dropping. Fetal heart rate is dropping. The ratings have just started to plumb it. The ratings have just started to plummet. The ratings of just started to plummet. 20. 4 practice : So, guys, this is the time to check yourself and see if you can seal. Remember these phrases and these statistics? Words. So are you ready? I hope you already let's get a started. So I'm gonna ask you a question. I'm gonna give you some seconds to think. And then after that issued, answer my question. There is a slow, increasing abortion rates. So what phrase would you use to describe a slow increase? I can't remember. Yes, When we want to speak about slow increase, we say That's right. We say there was a gradual rise in crime in abortion rates and anything, So that's gradual increase or gradual price. That's it's arrogant. Bravo. There is a sudden increase and then decrease in crime rate. So what phrase would you use to describe such think? Yes, it's sudden increase and then decrease. Can you remember? Yes, we say Spike. So there is a spike in crying. Yes, there is Spike and crying, which was a sudden increase and then decrease the last question. What phrase? We used his gripe. A sudden decrease. Yeah, when we speak about, for example, abortion rates or ah, increase in prices or I don't know. What do you think? What is a sudden decrease? The sudden decrease ease drops we can say or plummeted so we can say the crime rate dropped or the crime rate plummeted. Yes. Plummet. Which means a sudden decrease. That's it's perfect. I hope you have answered my questions. If you can't remember these phrases, please, guys, come back and review the lessons for any questions. I will be always there. Please ask me all of your questions. Thank you. 21. Listening Stage: We learn many great phrases to speak about statistics, right? So this is the time to 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. The company's stock plummeted down to its lowest level in nearly two decades. The company's stock plummeted down to its lowest level in nearly two decades. I just heard recently that the divorce rate has dropped. Well, that's a wonderful news. I just heard essentially that the divorce rate has dropped. Well, that's a wonderful news. Mortgage rates declined, then reached a plateau. Mortgage rates declined then reached a plateau. Unfortunately, the unemployment rate to reach its peak, the government has to find solution for this tragedy. Unfortunately, the employment rate reached its peak. The government has to find solution for this crisis. And the last six months there has been a spike in unemployment. In the last six months, there has been a spike in unemployment. The number of people seeking asylum in Britain rising sharply. The number of people seeking asylum in Britain has a rising sharply.