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Essential English Idioms | "break up with someone" | Relationships

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15 Lessons (1h 22m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:38
    • 2. Conversation Introduction

      1:27
    • 3. Pronunciation Practice (3 Speeds)

      1:45
    • 4. Definition With Similar & Opposite Expressions

      7:22
    • 5. Conversation Analysis

      9:14
    • 6. Usage, Tips, & Strategies

      7:34
    • 7. Practice, The 4 Types of Sentences In English

      2:12
    • 8. Practice, Create Idiom Sentences

      11:04
    • 9. Practice, Create Idiom Conversations

      18:04
    • 10. Review, Question #1 With Explanation

      2:43
    • 11. Review, Question #2 With Explanation

      2:44
    • 12. Review, Question #3 With Explanation

      2:46
    • 13. Review, Question #4 With Explanation

      4:11
    • 14. Review, Question #5 With Explanation

      8:40
    • 15. Final Review

      0:55
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In this course, we use an essential English idiom as a foundation to improve your English grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, comprehension, and conversation.

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THIS LESSON IS DIVIDED INTO SIX (6) SECTIONS:

‚Äʬ†CONVERSATION¬†~ I guide you through multiple conversations using the target idiom. I'll also analyze each conversation and explain how it works using the idiom.

‚Äʬ†PRONUNCIATION¬†~ We improve your pronunciation by practicing at three (3) different speeds.

‚Äʬ†DEFINITION¬†~ I teach the meaning of the idiom using pictures and detailed explanations. Then, we explore similar and opposite expressions which boost your vocabulary and fluency.

‚Äʬ†USAGE¬†~ We explore tips and strategies for using this idiom in different situations. I'll show you how it's used in the past, present, and future tenses.

‚Äʬ†PRACTICE¬†~ We use unique pictures to create sentences and conversations using the target idiom. This helps to see the idiom in action and become more comfortable with its use.

‚Äʬ†REVIEW¬†~ I test your ability to use and understand this idiom with quiz questions that review what was covered in the course. I explain both the correct and incorrect answers.

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1. Introduction: And though there welcome in this idiom course, we're going to talk about a relationship, ADM. The idiom is break up with someone. Do I see a heart? I see a knife sticking in heart. I see blood. I see tears. All right, let's get started. This idiom course will have six different parts. See the six heart? We'll start with conversation right away. You can see what this idiom looks like in action. Then we'll move to pronunciation. We'll make sure you're pronouncing and saying this idiom correctly. You can repeat out loud after me, I'll do three different speeds. Next we'll do a definition. We'll talk about the details and the literal and the figurative meaning of this idiom will also do similar and opposite expressions. Great. Then we moved to usage. In this section, I'll give you tips and strategies on how to best to use this idiom. Wonderful after that, will already have been studying for a while, So it's time to practice and use what we've learned. Then we'll do review. We don't practice. We've learned a lot and we're gonna test you and see if you understand what we've been learning in this idiom course we're gonna work like crazy to master this idiom. 2. Conversation Introduction: Let's do conversation. All right. Conversation number one, bread. We should probably break up with each other. I don't think I love you anymore. And I'm broke. Mary, Finally, I've been taking your money and waiting for you to break up with me. Man, you're stupid, Fred. I think I'm gonna pass out my heart. It's broken. Conversation number two, Kim, Something isn't right. I can feel it. Are you planning to break up with me? Tell me the truth, you little weasel. Steve. What? Just because I've started seeing other women, You think I'm gonna break up with you? Kim, your honesty is appreciated. But you're a slime ball. This relationship is over. Get out of my house. So we just saw the two conversations. Don't worry. If there's something that you didn't understand or if you have a question in a few minutes , we'll come back and we'll explain everything. Great. We just did conversation. Who are 3. Pronunciation Practice (3 Speeds): it's time for pronunciation. All right, We're going to say this idiom out loud at three different speeds. Turtle speed, rabbit speed and birds speed. OK, so I'm going to need you to repeat out loud after me. Let's start with Turtle Speed. Break up with some one one more time. Break up with some one. Let's move on to rampant speed. A little bit faster. Break up with someone. Break up with some one. OK, now it's time for birds. Speed. This is the speed that native English speakers would use. Regular speed. Okay, here we go. Repeat after me. Break up with someone. Break up with someone, All right? We just did pronunciation. Okay, great. 4. Definition With Similar & Opposite Expressions: Let's talk about the definition of this idiom. Who first we're going to talk about the literal meaning, literal meaning is the word definitions. What the words mean, just as we look at them. So if you break up with someone, it means you break apart and you do it with someone else. Break up. If you just look at the words all by themselves, it means to come apart. So there are pieces which come apart in the pictures. We can see there's a person sitting got Tom. When you have Fred and the pieces are flying away, right, they're coming apart. They're breaking up. So if you break up with someone and we're talking about the literal meaning, it means you are next to someone else. With someone and you break apart, you come apart pieces of your body. I'm a part. So that's the literal meaning. But like all idioms, there's a second meaning right? There's a hidden meaning that's called the figurative meaning. So let's see what break up with someone means mm pictures. I love pictures. Okay, so we have a picture with a broken heart, and it says Game over here we have a picture says goodbye. A broken heart. It looks like people are using their phones to text baby to communicate. Goodbye. It's over. See this picture here behind the big Red Cancel sign. There's a couple and their kissing there, lovey, and they're happy together, but no break up. So break up with someone means no longer be in a romantic relationship with him. It's game over for that relationship no more. It's done. Let's do similar and opposite expressions for Break up with someone. Let's do the similar ones first. I'm going to show you them in a moment, and I'm gonna say each one and pause so you can improve your pronunciation and repeat after me. Here we go. The 1st 1 Don't someone end the relationship, split up with someone? Drop someone like a hot potato. These are all similar expressions to break up with someone. So the 1st 1 dump someone. It just means like you have a bucket of water and you dump the water out right. You're like you're dumping the relationship out. Poof! It's gone. So if you dump someone, you break up with them, you're no longer in a row. Romantic relationship with them, and the relationship is pretty straightforward. I think it's easy to understand it's similar to break up with someone. And when we're talking about this relationship, we're not talking about a relationship between coworkers or maybe good friends or apparent . And a kid or cousin something like that. Nope. We're talking about a romantic relationship with love and stuff, but now it's ending. End a relationship. There's another way to say Break up with someone split up with someone. Mm. If something splits or something splits up, let's say you have something like this and it splits. It breaks apart, It comes apart. It splits. It divides. Right? So if you split up with someone before you were a couple, you were together. You're happy. But now you split up and you go apart. You're no longer together. Your apart. You split up with someone, you break up with someone. The last one is another idiom. I like this one. Okay, so I think we know what a potato is, right? It's a vegetable. You can eat it, right? Drop someone like a hot potato. So imagine you have a potato and it's just been in the oven for a while and it's hot. So if you pick it up, you're probably not going to hold on to it for very long. You're gonna drop it. So this idiom is used to mean break up with someone, so you drop someone like a hot potato. And more specifically, this is like an immediate end to the relationship. So maybe one person they think, Oh, everything is good and all sudden, the other one. Poof, They're gone. They dropped you like a hot potato. It's so it's over. It's done. Okay, so these were similar expressions to break up with someone. Let's do opposite expressions. So all of these over here in red will have an opposite, meaning to break up with someone. Repeat after me. Begin a romantic relationship with someone. Start dating someone, start seeing someone. Okay, once again, all of these in red, they have an opposite, meaning to break up with someone. So the 1st 1 is the longest and is probably the easiest to understand. Begin a romantic relationship with someone, right? So it's not a work relationship. It's not a friendship relationship. It's a romantic relationship. So if we begin a romantic relationship, it's starting right relationship is nice and you're together, right? So it's the opposite of Break up with someone. Break up is separate and begin. A romantic relationship is to come together. All right, start dating someone, right? So dating is having a romantic relationship with someone. If you go on dates, you go to the movie. You go on beautiful walks on the beach, you're dating your in a romantic relationship. So if you start dating someone that's the opposite of break up with someone, start seeing someone seen is a similar way to say dating. And it's a romantic kind of relationship. It doesn't mean I see you as that I'm looking at. You know, that kind is creepy. Start seeing someone means to start dating them to start having a romantic relationship with them. Okay, though these are similar and opposite expressions to break up with someone we just did. Definition. Okay, let's move forward. 5. Conversation Analysis: Let's do conversation analysis. Remember those two conversations from the beginning? And I told you we were gonna talk about them. The time is now. Let's start with conversation. Number one read. We should probably break up with each other. I don't think I love you anymore. And I'm broke. Mary. Finally, I've been taking your money and waiting for you to break up with me. Man, you're stupid. Read. I think I'm gonna pass out my heart. It's broken. Friend is the 1st 1 to use idiom and he says we should probably break up with each other now. He could have said we should probably end our relationship and our relationship is another way to say break up with each other. Mary also uses the idiom. She says, I've been taking your money and waiting for you to break up with me now She could have said I have been taking your money and waiting for you to Don't me. Oh, dumped me is another way to say break up with me and the relationship with me, right? Similar to end our relationship. So this situation is a little bit strange. It starts with Fred. He wants to end the relationship. Mary, She's like, Oh, finally we can Oh, we could be over. I got your money in the first part Fred says. I'm broke when he talks about the word broke, He's not talking about, like a stick or a pencil. And you break it. No, in this situation, I'm broke. Means I don't have any money. My money is gone. I'm poor now. I don't have any more finances. My money's gone. And guess where the money went. That's right. He went to marry. Oh, she's just so happy with the long hair. She's got her money bag, right? So Mary said, finally with exclamation mark right, some emotion. Finally, man, that took a long time. That's another way. So you could express. Finally, I can't believe it took so long. Jeez, it's over. Finally, finally, right? So she was patient at one time and pretending she loved Fred and stuff with the whole time she was taking his money, Read says. I think I'm gonna pass out past sell. It means to become unconscious right? Right now, he hasn't passed out yet because he's still talking, but he has a whole bunch of emotions, right whole mix of emotions is disappointed. He's angry. He's surprised, surprised. He's sharp, Mary. It has been cheating. He Oh, so maybe he feels like, Oh, I don't feel so good. I'm gonna pass out. But not yet does my heart. It's broken. And when he says it's broken, it doesn't mean like Mary Breach didn't grab this heart out and snapped it into No, he means more like that sick feeling of being upset, depression that happens. But something in your relationship just goes wrong and you're upset. You're frustrated. You're disappointed, you're sad and it's just really overwhelming. I think your your heart feels like is broken, right? So this situation is not working out so well. Proofread a little bit strange because he's the one that wanted to end the relationship in the first place and marry. She's like, great. I can't get any more money from you because you're broke so great it's over. So who knows what the future will be? I don't think they're going to get back together. Conversation number two Kim. Something isn't right. I can feel it. Are you planning to break up with me? Tell me the truth. You little weasel. Steve. What? Just because I've started seeing other women, You think I'm gonna break up with you? Kim, you're honest, is appreciated. But you're a slime ball. This relationship is over. Get out of my house. So Kim is the 1st 1 to use the idiom. When she says, Are you planning to break up with me now? She could have said, Are you planning to split up with me? Split up with me? You know, separate is very similar to break up with me. Steve also uses the video just because I've started seeing other women. You think I'm gonna break up with you? He could have said just because I've started seeing other women. You think I'm going to drop you like a hot potato? So this son makes me laugh for some reason. Drop you like a hot potato. Remember, this is an idiom, and it just means suddenly one person, one part of the relationship just disappears, drops the other one they separate. Whom drop you like a hot potato like if you're holding the hot potato, you let go, right? It's immediate. It's sudden. It happens right away. So if someone drops someone else like a hot potato proof. The relationship is over just like that. All right, let's see. Kim starts the conversation by saying something isn't right. If someone says, Yeah, it's it isn't right. Something just doesn't feel right. It means Kim's getting the feeling that something is wrong. There's something incorrect with this relationship. It doesn't seem right. It doesn't exactly know what it is, but she has a feeling that something is wrong. Something isn't right. And she calls, Tell me the truth, you little weasel. Now, weasel, let's make sure that we know what a weasel is. So let's look it up on. Let's see a picture of a weasel about that. Let's look weasel. Weasel is a kind of animal, right? So this is a weasel. If you call someone a weasel, it's an insult if you see in cartoons, if there's a weasel, a lot of times they're they're like a criminal or they're stealing things. They're doing bad things. So if someone has a reputation as a history of being a weasel, that someone calls him a weasel, they're not trustworthy. You can't believe them. They're probably going to do bad things to you or steal something or do something negative . But when she calls him a little weasel, it's an insult. It means he doesn't trust him. He thinks he's doing something not good. And he's doing something he shouldn't be maybe sneaking around or just doing something. Because, remember, remember, something isn't right Now she wants to know. Tell me the truth, you little weasel. She could have said Tell me the truth, you little jerk. Tell me the truth, you little crazy man. All right, so Steve continues the conversation. I've started seeing other women. I could have said. I've started dating. Other women have started having relationships with other women now, like friendship relationships like romantic relationships. Right? Though Kim calls him a slimeball, It's actually kind of similar to weasel. If you call, call someone a slimeball, you're a jerk. Your really mean you're disrespectful. You don't respect me. You do bad things to me. Still fight that. So it's a weasel. Someone who is a slime ball is not respected by other people because a slimeball doesn't treat other people very well, right? So in this conversation we used idiom twice, break up with me, break up and it's break up with you in the second part. So the relationship between Kim and Steve not going so well. Steve wants to continue the relationship with Kim the romantic relationship, but he also has other women as well. But you could say Steve is cheating on Kim, right? I guess Kim just finds out now that Steve has been dating other women and Kim is not feeling so good. She's pissed off. This relationship is over. Get out of my house. But she's the one with the knife in the heart. The knife represents the behavior of Steve Wright and stabbed her in the heart eyes. Horrible. All right, so we just did conversation analysis. Great. Let's move forward. 6. Usage, Tips, & Strategies: let's do usage in this section. I'm going to give you some tips and strategies on how to use this idiom. Here we go. When we use idiom break up with someone we need to match the pronoun to fit the sentence. So here is the pronoun someone. So we're not always going to say break up with someone. Sometimes you'll say that we often we're gonna change this word right here. The pro. Now. Okay. And here are a few examples. I'll just go down the list, break up with me, break up with you, break up with Fred, break up with Nina, break up with us, break up with them. So I put the pronouns here and now owns the proper knowns Fred and Nina. And they replace the pro known in this sentence. So it could be break up with Fred, break up with us, break up with me, break up with you stuff like that. We need to make sure that it fits the sentence. If it makes sense to say, break up with someone and use this word, right? But if we need to replace it with a person and we can change it to something else you say break up with us. Probably not super common to say, Break up with us or break up with them. No more talking about Break up with someone. It's breaking up ending romantic relationship. Now it is possible, or maybe a guy or for a guy to have multiple girlfriends or a girl to have multiple boyfriends. Maybe it woke up one morning. I'm gonna break up with all of them. And then the girls like, ah, he broke up with us or the ladies Like I have five boyfriends. I'm going to break up with them. So right, remember, we need to match the pronoun to fit the sentence. This pro known will is very possible that it will change. Okay, this idiom break up with someone can be used as its own sentence if it's a command. But what's a command? You're telling someone to do something like if they're to friends and the other was trying to give them advice like strong advice. Break up with Henry, do it break up with Henry. He's just bad. He's a slime ball. He's a weasel. He's bad for you. Break up with Henry or you could say break up with him. So they're telling you have to do something, telling the other person to do something. If I could be, you know, break up with the girl, break up with Barbara. Oh, she's horrible. She smells bad, and she doesn't brush her teeth. Good. Say, break up with her, right. You need to end it. All of these sentences are commands, right? So they're telling someone else to do something. All right, let's move forward. We can shorten this idiom to break up, right? You could just say break up. You don't have to say, break up with Henry or break up with someone. The pain on the sentence in the situation, You could just say break up here. A few examples. We broke up, and we don't have to add anything else in this situation. We broke up. So maybe it's Fred and Nora. I don't know. In Francine. Yeah, We used to be together, but we broke up, right? That's it. You finished. You could say I broke up with Nora or I broke up with her. Or he could just make it real short and sweet and say we broke up another example is Sam and Jenny are breaking up. Was happening right now. They're breaking up and right. It's short and sweet. You could if you want, you could make it longer and have the same meaning. You could say Sam and Jenny are breaking up with each other, and then it would be more like the idiom appear in this form. But you can just say Sam and Jane, you're breaking up and the meaning is understood that the relationship is over right and another example is they will break up. So in the future, I don't think things were going so well with that couple. They will break up or they'll break up. Probably more common to say they'll it's just quicker. Make it into a contraction. They'll break up, right? Okay. And also we need to make sure the verb break man matches the situation. We're talking about the past, present and the future so it could be in the past. It could be right now. It could be happening sometime later on. So let's see some examples off the idiom used in the past, present and the future. Let's start with the past. Two years ago, red and Mary broke up with each other after for Mary found Fred eating all the ice cream. I guess that was a strong enough reason to break up with someone or married a bit. Break up with friends. So this is the past tense, broke up, broke up with each other. You wanted to do the short version, and you wanted to just summarize and make it really short. You could say bread and Mary broke up. That's a sentence can be a sentence all by itself, because, remember, we can shorten this idiom from break up with someone. If it fits in the sentence, you can just say break up. They broke up. Okay, let's do a present. Hence example. A celebrity couple is breaking up. We're gonna take us many pictures of their misery as we can. Okay, The first misery means sadness, depression, negative feelings. Negative energy is, it's miserable. It's horrible, right? So the celebrity couple to famous movie stars or rock stars who knows they're breaking up and you can see this is the short version of the idiom. You could say the celebrity couple is breaking up with each other. That's fine. It's just a little bit longer. It's easier and short and sweet to say The celebrity couple is breaking up, right? And in this situation, maybe we're like the paparazzi. You know what the paparazzi are? Let's just make sure we know what we're talking about. Paparazzi. Let's see what shows up. If I spell it. Correct. Paparazzi, huh? Paparazzi are people that take pictures of celebrities, right? Oh, that is paparazzi, right? So the celebrity couple is breaking up. We're gonna take many pictures of their misery as we can, and probably sell those pictures and try to earn money. This was a present tense example. A stew. Future tent. I predict Henry and Camilla will break up with each other in less than a month. They're horrible together, so we use the long version of the idiom break up with each other. You could also say I predict Henry and Camilla will break up in less than a month. Your choice. And so this is We're using the word will, and it's in the future. So that was a future example. All right. We just did usage of the idiom Break up with someone. Okay. Wonderful. 7. Practice, The 4 Types of Sentences In English: it's time to start practice. All right, so we're going to take the idiom, break up with someone and some pictures. Then we're going to create the four different kinds of sentences and create conversations. I think this is exciting. The first thing we're going to do is review what the four different kinds of sentences are in English. But we have a declared of sentence, which means to share information. You have imperative sentence, which means to give a command or make a request. Interrogative sentence means to ask a question. And exclamatory sentence means to express strong emotion. Well, here is an example of each. You want to share information. We could just say Henry is thirsty, right? I just shared information with you and told you that Henry is thirsty. Henry wants to drink something. Maybe I'm going to give you a command. I'm gonna tell you to do something. Bring Henry some water. That is a command. I'm telling you to do something. I wanted to be more respectful. I might say please. And then I would make it more of a request, but still a command. It's telling you to do something. It's a question we might say, Why is Henry thirsty? And we put a question mark at the end and we're asking We're looking for information and we have expressed strong emotion. Henry is stealing my water bottle. Then we fix that. Oh, when it's with emotion and exclamatory sentence, we have to say with emotion, Henry is stealing my water bottle. So these are the four different kinds of sentences in English. I would worry about the big words, the clarity of imperative in derogative exclamatory. No, just keep more focused. There are four different kinds. Share information, give a command, ask a question and expressed strong emotion. Okay, all right. 8. Practice, Create Idiom Sentences: Okay, It's time for more practice. And this time we're going to use the idiom, break up with someone and create the four different kinds of sentences in English. Okay, here we go. So we have a picture and we have the place where we're gonna make the sentences and the idiom. Right? So let's talk about this picture shall way. In this picture, I see a man and I see his silhouette. What is a civil wet? We look it up. I think we should Let's take a picture. Take a look at some pictures of silhouettes. So a silhouette is an outline, right? Can't see all the details of their face and clothing and stuff, but you can see the outline of their body and their body is a dark color. Those that you can see around it. Right, That's called a silhouette. We have different silhouettes here to silhouettes. Ah, romantic silhouette. A man trying to hug the sun silhouettes. But the light is coming from the other side and shining towards us. We can't really see the person to clearly, but we can see their silhouette there outline. Right. But we were describing this picture. I see the silhouette of a man and an umbrella, and he has his head to the side. Behind him is a beautiful sunset. I'm not sure if they change the photo with Photoshopped, but either way it's beautiful. It's a lot of shades of purple red, and there's blues. There are clouds in the sky, it looks like maybe they put the camera on the ground or on a tripod, and it's taking a picture up. It looks like we can see some grass or some weeds. Are plants that grow in like a medal medal or outside. It's very nice picture. Okay, so let's make some sentences using this picture and the idiom and specifically these sentences are going to be the kind where we share information. Okay, here we go. First sentence. Mary broke up with Tom one day before he was fired from his job. Mm. Let's make the idiom bold. What stands out? It's easy to see. So here's the sentence, and I need you guys to repeat out loud after me. Here we go. Mary broke up with Tom one day before he was fired from his job. Okay, so not the greatest situation for Tom, right? First his girlfriend breaks up with him, and the next day he's fired from his job. Two bad things in two days. Let's make another sentence. Tom in Sarah broke. Thank with each other. So, Tom, but an umbrella make the idiom bold. Broke up with each other road. That's right. Pronunciation. Repeat after me. Tom and Sarah broke up with each other. So Tom Barton umbrella. So, Tom, maybe he was feeling sad, but he likes umbrellas, and the umbrella makes him feel better. So we bought a new one. Okay. So broke up with each other is the idiom in this sentence. We have another option. If we want to use this idiom, we could just say I'm in. Sarah broke up. Tom bought an umbrella. If you want to add more information or have another way to do it and you just leave with each other in their home, and Sarah broke up with each other. So, Tom, but an umbrella All right, these air, two sentences that share information. And we use the picture as our inspiration and the idiom, and we shared information. All right, let's move on to the next kind of sentence, which is, Ah, command or request. So we're telling someone to do something. A command is a little bit less nice. It's just do it right. A request is like a polite command. Please, do something. All right, so here we go. Let's make a couple sentences break up with her. He doesn't like umbrellas. So we have two sentences here. I try to make a little situation. The sentence that is a command is break up with her telling someone to do something. Maybe Tom's friend Maria is talking with human. Says you need to break up with her. She doesn't like umbrellas. It's gonna be a horrible for your relationship. So repeat out loud after me break up with her. She doesn't like umbrellas. All right, let's make another sentence, all right? Please don't break up with me, baby. I have a new umbrella, and once again, we have two sentences. It's nice to add extra sentence. We kind of have an idea what's going on. This would be the request and his more respectful right Asking someone to do something. Please don't break up with me. Okay? So repeat out loud after me. Please don't break up with me, baby, I have a new umbrella, right? So Tom is out of the relationship that Tom has with his girlfriend is not going so great. And he's he senses that he feels that it's not going great, so he tries to communicate. Please don't break up with me, baby. Have a new umbrella. And for some reason, Tom thinks that having a new umbrella will make his girlfriend not break up with him. Um, let's move on to the next type of sentence. Asking a question. Right? First sentence. The last time you broke up with Martha did holding an umbrella make you feel better, right? The idiom broke up with Martha. Repeat out loud after me the last time you broke up with Martha. It holding an umbrella make you feel better. But someone is asking Tom, And when Tom previously broke up with Martha Person is talking with Tom right now, wants to know Did it make you feel better to hold an umbrella? We made a question. Let's do another one, Tom, Why are you going to break up with Sarah Moral and we're going to make the Indian bold going to see break up with Sarah. Area. Right. Repeat after me, tongue. Why are you going to break up with Sarah tomorrow? Okay, so in the idiom here we have break up with Sarah. You could say it could have been break up with her if we already know that we're talking about Sarah. It could have said Tom, What, are you going to break up with her tomorrow? And we're just trying to get information from Tom. Why is this gonna happen? We have two questions. All right, let's move on to the fourth kind of sentence. Expressed strong emotion. Who? I think we're going to see some exclamation marks. Tom's I can't believe you broke Oh, with such a beautiful babe. All right. First thing broke up with such a beautiful babe. All right, so this is kind of long, right? The first part broke up with. And so who would who were talking about that? He broke up with such a beautiful babe. It's a phrase that works together. Such a beautiful babe, though the whole idiom broke up with such a beautiful babe. Repeat after me, Tom. I can't believe you broke up with such a beautiful babe and So the person who is talking with Tom is shocked. Surprised what? You broke up with that beautiful woman. It doesn't make any sense. The next sentence Mary broke up with, um because he kills people with his own brother. That seems like a great situation. Use in exclamation mark. All right. Broke up with Tom Is the idiom. Repeat after me. Use some emotion. Mary broke up with Tom because he kills people with his umbrella. Right? So come is crazy. And his umbrellas. Not because he said it's because it's a weapon. Maybe there's a sharp point on top or something. I don't know, but he kills people. And that's the reason Barry broke up with him. A very good reason. And I guess she was lucky because Tom didn't kill her with the umbrella or who knows what the future will bring? Maybe he will. All right, let's move forward. 9. Practice, Create Idiom Conversations: Let's continue our practice. We're going to create conversations using this idiom. Here we go. All right, first step, let's talk about this picture. Okay? So we see two people, you vet and John and we can't see John's face. He has turned around That is looking right at us. You're looking right at the camera, right? So they're hugging each other. Looks like I don't know. You vet kind of has a calm expression on her face. We're not really sure what John's expression is. John has on a dark blue T shirt and your vet has a red or dark pink shirt, which is sleeveless. It's not covering her arms. Oh, you bet has long hair long blonde here on his short brown here, and they're embracing there, hugging each other. Looks like they're sitting on the ground and there's long grass in front. Behind is blurry. What? I would say there is some trees, so we just described picture. All right, let's see what they're talking about. Right? So you bet starts the conversation purse. She says, old me, baby, I need one last hug before I break up with you. John, come again? I'm sorry. I was watching a buffalo eat some grass. You bet I am breaking up with you. I've found someone who has a nicer Ferrari. John. Huh? The joke's on you. I just bought an awesome Lamborghini. All right, so let's look through. Then. We're gonna find the idioms first. Making bold break up with you. Make it bold. Uh, I'm breaking up with you. Make it bold. Okay, now I'm gonna see their conversation. Regular speed. I'm just looking to make sure I made any typing mistakes. Looks pretty good. Okay, follow along. Here we go. You bet. Old me, baby. I need one last hug before I break up with you. John, come again? I'm sorry. I was watching in Buffalo. Eat some grass. You bet I am breaking up with you. I found someone who has a nicer Ferrari doing. The joke's on you. I just bought an awesome Lamborghini. All right, so you that is the 1st 1 to use the idiom. You said I need one last hug before I break up with you. So her intentions are to break up with John and the relationship split up with him so she could say I need one last hope before I split up with you. All right, if it says it again because John didn't hear the first time or didn't understand I'm breaking up with you. I'm leaving you. I'm dumping you. I'm ending our relationship. I'm splitting up with you. I'm breaking up with you. All right, So, uh, I need one last hug. Doug is what they're doing right now. When you have your arms around someone, you give them a hug, you embrace them. Another word word for a hug is an embrace. Right? And embrace. All right, John. After Evette says the first part of the conversation, he says, Come again, huh? Come again. Another way to say to say come again would be like, What? What did you say? Oh, you could also say, Please repeat that. Or you could just say I didn't hear you right? Those are all different ways to say Come again, Right? So he was watching a buffalo eat some grass. We check out what is a buffalo. I think that's a great idea. Let's go to the image search or put in Buffalo, see what we find. Well, a buffalo is an animal. When I think of Buffalo. I think of this one. There's also this one. This is like a water buffalo. What? He just said Buffalo, that we're gonna go with that one. Another word for Buffalo is actually bison. I think it's more common to use buffalo, at least where I grew up. But these air two words at her same bison and buffalo. So we have a picture of a buffalo. I would say It's a very unique animal. Has a big, big old head and two horns coming up. Oh yeah, they're quite big, and I guess they can run very fast and jump very high, too. So that is a buffalo. So go back to the conversation. John said. Come again? I'm sorry. I was watching in Buffalo. Eat some grass. So I guess often the distance. Somewhere there's a buffalo eating some grass. And if it says she repeats what she was saying, I'm breaking up with you. I found someone who has a nicer Ferrari, and I'm gonna guess that you guys know what a Ferrari is. But hey, we have the time. Why don't we look it up? See what a Ferrari looks like. Alright, Woo I like it. Ferrari. This is a very, very nice car. Expensive. Now this one's a Ferrari 4 58 spider, fast, hot, sexy car. All right, so this is a Ferrari. And according to your vet, she's breaking up with John because she found someone else who has a nicer Ferrari. A more beautiful Ferrari. Ah, cooler Ferrari. But Jones is, huh? The joke's on you. Mm. Uh, what does it mean? The joke's on you. It means you're the one who's You're the one who is making a mistake. You're the one who was tricked or you're the one who doesn't understand the situation. Probably good one. You're the one who doesn't understand the situation. So someone says Hot, the joke's on you. You might have been trying to joke with them and play a trick on them are I don't know, but they say hot. The joke's on you. So actually, you're the one who doesn't understand the situation. So you event. She surprises John, you know they're hugging. They're having a nice date, she says. Okay, I'm breaking up with you. And when John finally understands what he is saying and understands why she's breaking up with him because someone else has a nicer car. Nicer Ferrari, he says. Huh? The joke's on you as if I have more information that you didn't know right. And if she knew this information, he was the one who doesn't understand the situation. If she knew the information, maybe she wouldn't want a break with break up with him. And what is information? Well, John hasn't awesome Lamborghini. I think we just have to see a picture of this wonderful car. So here's a Ferrari. And if we go only type in Lamborghini Oh, it is very nice. Let's look at a red one as well. It's a luxury sports car and is a Lamborghini really fast? Really expensive, Right? Till I guess you bet is into fast cars or men with fast carbs. So she thought someone else had a better Ferrari than John. Turns out Johnson not worried at all because he's getting a new Lamborghini. Mm. All right. Don't the relationship between your bet and John. It's possible that you could say Oh, I'm sorry. I was just joking. I don't really want to break up with you. Now that you have a new car, I want to stay with you. All right, So let's move ahead and make another conversation who looks juicy. And I would say, Let's talk about the picture. Nice. Okay, on the top, we have a heart and is broken into two. And there are texts. There are phones and people are holding the phones. It looks like they're making emotions of, you know, texting to each other, sending a message to each other. And I would say it has something to do with a broken heart. Then don't. Here we have Frank and we have Tina. And we could say that this part of the screen is divided up into sections rights. We have one section to section three sections. Right and Frank Cantina are texting each other, right? They're not together. They're not in the same location, Frank. By the background and location. The table, I would say, is maybe in his office or at work as possible. And he's holding his phone. Brink has glasses. He has a nice business business suit on with, like a purple or dark red tie. And he has glasses on with kind of gray and, uh, maybe dark brown hair. He has a beard has it? Looks like he hasn't shaved in a while. Tina, I would say She's outside and she looks quite a bit younger than Frank. Frank, I would guess. He's like No. 50. We'll just say 55 Winner and Tina. I would guess that she's like 17 or 18 or quite young routine. It looks like she's staying outside. The background is blurry, but it looks like we can see maybe a tree. Uh, maybe a building. Not sure it's looking at her phone, and she is holding her phone with two hands. You know, is wearing a white jacket look like it has some for might be real fur or fake animal for on the on the on the hood or on the collar. Maybe she has long blonde long brown hair is quite long, was always down to her. Elbows are right, and he looks focused. They both look focused on their conversation, texting with each other. All right, so what do we hear for? We're here to see what their conversation is about, and it's a text conversation, right? So they're not actually speaking with each other directly here in each other's voices, but they're having a conversation with text, which is so common, right. Here we go. Frank. Oh, honey, baby, I am so in love with you. I will never break up with you. Tina, is this Frank? This is Tina Wombs. Not here. I'm borrowing her phone. Bring. Oh, sorry. And you pass my true love on to your mom. She's so hot. Tina, you gross. I have bad news. Mom's breaking of with you tomorrow. All right, Let me fix a couple of things. All right, let's find the idioms. Break up with you Is the 1st 1 in the last one breaking up with you. Okay, This is a unique situation. We have two people that are talking via text message. So they're having a text conversation. And when Frank sends the message, he thinks that he is talking to Tina's mom, his girlfriend, right? Who starts by saying, Oh, honey, baby, I'm so in love with you. I will never break up with you. Right? So he is seen. I will stay with you. I will never break up with you. A relationship will be strong forever will continue on and on. I'll never break up with you. either uses the idiom. At the end of the conversation, she says, Mom's breaking up with you tomorrow. You could have said Mom's dumping you tomorrow, Mom. Splitting up with your tomorrow bombs ending your relationship tomorrow. Alright, Other different ways. Teoh to say the idiom. So drink starts. Oh, honey, baby, honey, Baby is what you call a term of endearment. It's just a way of communicating with someone. It's like a special name for someone. Honey, baby Sugar Blossom Sugar Puddle, Bumpkin, Baby. Just an extra name that you come up with someone to express your feelings for them so he could have said, Oh, honey, baby or sweetie Oh, my zone. Something like that. It's a term of endearment, which means you have good feelings, warm, loving feelings towards someone. So I'm so in love with you. I'll never break up with you. And here's where the situation gets a little bit awkward. Turns out it's not Frank's girlfriend on the phone. It's Frank's girlfriend's daughter, Tina. Tina site is this prank. This is Tina. Mom's not here. I'm borrowing her phone. So borrowing means that Tina's mom lent the phone to Tina and his mom was allowing Tina to use it. Right? Maybe they haven't agreement that his mom said you can borrow my phone for a while while I'm at work because I won't need it or something like that. Uh, I'm borrowing. She could just say I'm using her phone. That's another option, Frank. Oh, sorry. And you pass my true love onto your mom. Two things we're gonna talk about here first. True love. It is just, like, really love Deep love. Uh, you know, Deep Low was probably good. Best one deep, low forever kind of love Like deep passion. So be like that, right? And then true love is inside another phrase Pass my true love onto your mom But the phrases you pass something on to someone else, right? And it could be something physical It could be like, Could you please pass the money on to someone else? Could you pass? Uh, ignore that one s my good feelings onto someone else. It just means to share something or communicate with something that I'm communicate with someone, something that I'm telling them right now. So, frank ones Tina to communicate to her mom that he just loves her. You think she's so wonderful. So he says, Can you pass my true love onto your mom? You could have said, Can you communicate that? I really love your mom. Something like that. He just wants Tina to be the way that his message goes through. That he shares his love. Okay. And Tina, I think she has a very good reaction. You gross Rose means, like 30 uh, unpleasant. If you see like a big pile of dog poop on the ground, you might set you gross. That's nasty up. Yeah, that's nasty. That's horrible. Uh, that's despicable. All right, stuff like that, You despicable. Ugh, That's nasty. Ew, That's gross. And she ends the conversation, but kind of bringing bad news. And what is bad news? Information that we don't want to hear. Someone gives us bad news. We don't want to hear it. Well, the bad news is that Tina's mom is breaking up with Frank tomorrow, so it doesn't look like they're gonna be together very long, much longer. All right. When I was looking at this situation, I would think that Frank it would be a little bit embarrassed that he had sent I'm so in love with you, honey, baby to Tina. But it turns out Frank is more focused on his love. Then on worrying that, you know, might make Tina feel uncomfortable to receive these kind of messages from Frank. Either way, it looks like the end is not gonna be so good for Frank. He's gonna lose his girlfriend, and Tina's is probably gonna think Frank is weird. All right, so we just finished our practice. I think we're gonna be moving on to review. Well, I'm so excited. Here we go. 10. Review, Question #1 With Explanation: all right? Yes. What time it is? That's right. It's time for review. We need to check and make sure that you have been understanding what we've been learning. OK? Oh, wait one second. Ah, something's missing. I need to be extra serious. Well, I'm going to put on my glasses. Okay, here we go. Question number one. Which answer fits best in the following sentence yesterday. Mark up with Sally. It was so sad. The choices are Will break, has broken brakes and broke. Take a moment. Pause the video. If you need to look at the sentence, look at the question and the choices and make your make your choice. Which one fits best in the sentence. All right, I'm going to give you the answer in five or 3 to 1 broke answer is broke and the complete sentences. Yesterday, Mark broke up with Sally. It was so sad. So in this sentence, when we're trying to figure out what burb tends to use, we look for words that give us more information about when you know it describes When did it happen? Right at the beginning, there is a big word that's very important to let us know when it happened yesterday. Is it happening right now? No. Is going to happen tomorrow? No, it happened when? Yesterday. We're looking for the past tense. Right? So broke is the only one that's in the past tense, Right? Let's take a look at the incorrect answers. Will break. Doesn't work immediately. It's wrong because does it say tomorrow? Mark, we'll break up. No, it says yesterday, though, will break us for the future. And we don't need the future tense. We need the past tense brakes is the simple present ends. And since we need the past, it doesn't work either. As broken is the present perfect. And once again it's the present. So it's not the past, it doesn't work. Broke is only one that works because it's completely all in the past and event started ended. End started, happened and finished in the past, and when yesterday, once again, the complete sentence is yesterday marked broke up with Sally. It was so sad. So the correct answer is broke 11. Review, Question #2 With Explanation: Here we go. Question Number two. It's a conversation. Jenny, if you break up with me, I'll burn your house down, shoot your dog and eat your ice cream. Stephen! Oh, baby, you're so romantic. You really know how to make me happy. Which expression below is similar to the green words above a split up with me Be want to date me? See? Tell on me. Okay, pause the video if you need to. That's just fine. Look at the conversation. Review What happened in the conversation? Look at the green words. Look at the question. We're looking for an answer, which is similar. Okay, take your time. I'm going to say the answer in five or 3 to 1 in ending. The answer is a split up with me. So Jenny first said If you break up with me, I'll burn your house down. Shoot your dog in each ice cream. Then he looks crazy. She could have said if you split up with me, right? If you end our relationship, if you don't me, if you leave me, then I'll do all these horrible things to you, right? So the answer that is most similar and is the only one that's similar to break up with me is split up with me. Okay, let's take a look at the incorrect answers. B and C don't work right. Be means want to date me. So you want to have relationship with me. You want to be with me, right? So that is the opposite of Break Up with me so we don't need opposite here. It says. We're looking for something similar. So be, doesn't work. Tell on me. MM doesn't have anything to do with separating a relationship or ending a relationship, and it doesn't mean anything. The same is break up with me now, telling me like two little kids. One kid went and stole some cake. He's like, Don't tell anyone, but then the other kid runs and tells The mama says, Hey, little Freddie ate the candy or the cake or whatever, so they share the information that someone else did something wrong, right? So if Jenny said, if you're telling me that I will do all these bad things, it could make sense in the situation. But it's not similar to these green words. All right, this Jenny and Stephen must have a very lively relationship in a very strange relationship . No, the correct answer is a split up with me 12. Review, Question #3 With Explanation: uh huh. Question. Number three. Another conversation. How lucky are we? Brian. I heard that things were not going well between Sam and Mary. I predict. Ah, bumpy relationship, Laura. I'll predict more than that. I think they'll break up with each other in less than three days. Which answer below is the opposite of the green words above a eat at McDonald's being and the relationship see begin dating. Take a moment, review the conversation, look at the question and take a look at the choices. Make your choice and move forward. You composite video. Right now, if you need to, I'm going to give you the right answer. In five or three. Do one begin dating C. C. Is the right answer. Very important in this question, it says opposite of the green words. So the green words are break up with each other, so we need something that means they're not breaking up with each other. They're doing the opposite. They're getting together. Only option that makes sense is see. Begin. Dating is they're starting the relationship. They're not breaking the relationship up there, starting in the relationship. So seize the best answer because it's very similar to break up or it's the opposite. I'm sorry. Opposite of Break up with each other. All right, so let's take a look at the wrong answers. A. Either McDonald's sounds nice and tasty, but it doesn't have anything to do with being the opposite of the green words. Right? Be end. Their relationship is similar, so we're looking for the opposite but end. Their relationship is similar to break up with each other, and that's not what we're looking for. Okay, though, the best answer is C. Begin dating one quick thing before we move forward. Let's look at this conversation to make sure we understand what's going on in it, Brian says. I predict a bumpy relationship, I predict, just means to tell the future my idea of what is going to happen in the future. Ah, bumpy relationship is, it's not a good relationship is like a roller coaster things. They're good things or bad things were good things or bad, and it's just not good. A bumpy relationship means like a difficult relationship, probably a stressful relationship, right? Okay. All right. So once again, the best answer is C begin dating, and it's the opposite of Break Up with each other 13. Review, Question #4 With Explanation: question number four. Here we go. We're going to use the idiom. Break up with someone and a picture. All right. First, let's take a look at it in the picture and describe it. I see two people, a man and a woman. The woman's wearing boxing gloves. She's looking right at the man, and she's punching him in the chin and his face doesn't look like he's in pain. He's just like like, he's playing a little bit. But it looks like maybe she would be upset, especially if she's punching him. Right? Okay, so here's your question. Make a comment using the idiom and the picture. Yes, it's not so much a question. It's more of a command or a request to make a comment using the idiom in the picture. All right, so you can pause. Take a moment and think about it. Look at the picture. Look at the idiom. Take your time. Right, positivity, if you need to. I'm going to give you my comment in five or 321 OK, here we go. Let's see what's happening. Make a comment. So look at this picture and I look at the idiom here. We go. Bob and Sally have a really strange way of breaking up off. Looks like he's enjoying it. All right, though, the idiom is breaking up. And if you notice here, this is the short way of doing it. Right. Remember, we talked about how you have the option depend on this sentence. You could do it the short way breaking up, or you could do it the long way. Breaking up with someone or breaking up with her breaking in with him. Here is the short version breaking up. I need you guys to repeat out loud after me. Heck, we could even practice our pronunciation when we're doing review. Repeat after me. Bob and Sally have a really strange way of breaking up. Bob. Looks like he's enjoying it. Okay, so this isn't one option for a comment using the idiom in the picture. And there are many different options, right? This is just the one that popped into my brain, and I put it down. I think we could check out another because there are so many different comments that we could make. I'm gonna give you a 2nd 1 Okay. Mary went out with Tom for two months and then broke up with with him when she phoned out. She's tougher. Then he is. All right. Let's make the idiom bowl. This time. I'm choosing the longer version. It's not just broke up. It's broke up with him. Okay, repeat after me. We're working on pronunciation. Mary went out with Tom for two months and then broke up with him when she found out she's tougher than he is. Okay. Oh, this is another comment that we could make you the idiom in the picture. And what was the cause of destruction for their brother relationship? Well, Mary was going out with Tom for two months. Quite a while, right? Maybe they're both athletic and into boxing. Or maybe just marry. It's I don't know what's. One day Mary woke up and she realized I'm tougher than Tom. I can beat Tom up, and I'm really not attracted to that. So Mary decided to break up with Tom. She don't Tim. She split up with him. She ended their relationship. Okay, let's move on to the next question. 14. Review, Question #5 With Explanation: And here we are with question number five. All right, let's do it All right. Another picture and the idiom before we see what the instructions are. Let's take a look at the picture. It's a strange picture right in the middle. I see a couple and it looks like they're going to kiss. Or maybe they're already starting to kiss. I'm not quite sure, but all around them is fire, fire and smoke and things that are burning and heat and hot. And it's probably a horrible place, right? Destruction. The world is coming to an end there in the middle in love. Okay, finished the conversation using the idiom and the picture. All right, here's how the conversation starts. This is the most romantic vacation ever. I'm so into you, baby. Our love is like a garden of roses. So we have two more spots for the conversation to continue and then finish. Take a moment, pause the video. Look at the picture. We'll get the idiom and the instructions are to finish the conversation using the idiom and the picture. Alright, positive video. I'm going to show you how I finished the conversation in five. 4321 Okay. No, I guess their love is just hot. But such a hot situation. But there are only focused on their love. Okay, so one of them is saying this is the most romantic vacation ever. I'm so into you, baby. Our love is like a garden of roses. So maybe the guys seeing that and then the girl says, Isn't it getting a bit hot in here? Crikey! Everything his own fire. If you don't get me out of here, I'm gonna break up with you in the person responds. I'm sorry. I was too busy looking into your eyes. The fire, they burn us, But I'll never break up with you. Let's find the idioms. Make them bold. Break up with you right this one time and another one break up with you. That's another time. Make this a little bit longer. So it stays up on the same road. Okay. All right. So we'll say the first person is the guy. He's the tan one, and the woman is the darker green one. All right, well, the man says this is the most romantic vacation ever. I'm so into you, baby. Our love is like a garden of roses. Woman says who? Isn't it getting a bit hot in here? Cranking Everything is on fire. If you don't get me out of here, I'm gonna break up with you. A man still calm and relaxed says I'm sorry. I was too busy looking into your eyes. The fire may burn us, but I'll never break up with you. All right. A couple things about this conversation. The woman says, Crikey. All right. And I think that's more of Australian or British way of same things. I don't hear a lot of American safe travel around a bit, so I hear other foreigners it crikey! Could be like, Oh, my goodness. Holy crap Only how? Whoa, It's a whole My goodness, Something is really happening. You're really surprised or shocked or scared. Don't cranking. Everything is on fire. I think that is a wonderful reason, Teoh. Say crank. Cranky. All right, so if you don't give me already here, I'm gonna break up with you. And if you really want to be specific, you could say this is not correct English. However, this is how people talk. This is how native speakers talk there. Two parts here that are incorrect. But that's how people say it outta and gonna Right Order is the same as out of here, right? What? It's more common to just say odor, right? You don't give me out of here, right? It's combined, and it's just smoother when you say gonna is going to. But it's just so common and easier and more natural to say, I'm gonna break up with you. Okay? So the guy is in his own little dreamworld looking into her eyes, and he's so in his dream world that I guess he doesn't feel them starting to burn up. But the woman's like, Get out of here. I'm gonna break up with you. It's almost like he doesn't quite hear. Hear her? He sees more focused. Well, even if the fire burns us baby, I'll never break up with you. I'll never end our relationship. However, it looks like the fire will end their relationship. Let's take a look at another way to end this conversation. Continue and finish this conversation. We'll start. So this is the most romantic vacation ever. I'm so into you, baby. Our love is like a garden of roses. Let's say the woman is starting this time. So the man answers Are you nuts? The world is coming apart and we're gonna die any moment now. If we survive, we're breaking up. Right? Then the woman replies, I suppose this is a bad time to to tell you I was the one who started the fire. Right? Okay, here's the complete conversation. And once you were having the woman talk first, this is the most romantic vacation ever. I'm so into you, baby. Our love is like a garden of roses. Are you nuts? Says the guy. Are you nuts? The world is coming apart and we're gonna die any moment now if we've survived, were breaking up. The woman says, I suppose this is a bad time to tell you I was the one who started the fire, right? All right, let's make medium bold. First breaking up. It's a short version again. So you could say we're breaking up with each other. However they show is just to say we're breaking up, All right. Okay. Till the woman A strange situation, right? So it turns out she's the one that started the fire, and I don't know if she wanted their love to burn harder or be more exciting or something. But she's all talking about a garden of roses and he's like, Are you crazy? Are you nuts? Are you out of your mind? The world is coming apart. And if I look at this picture and I was standing there in the ground look like this all around me, what it would feel and look like the world is coming apart. So, guys, if we survived, were breaking up. In other words, your kind of crazy. I don't think I want to have a relationship with you anymore. And the woman pretty much decides what will happen to her if she if they do survive by saying, Oh, I suppose is a bad time to tell you or to let you know that I was the one who started the fire, right? My prediction for this relationship is that if they don't die in the fire, we're going to the hospital for sure. And I don't think they're going to be in a relationship. They're going to split up. I think the guy's gonna dump the girl. Okay. All right. Still, that was our last part of review. I hope you had a wonderful time. How did you do 15. Final Review: in this idiom course we studied a relationship idiom. Idiom was break up with someone. We learned that breaking up with someone means game over. The relationship is finished over were not together romantically. I'm dumping you or you're dumping me or off my favorite. I'm dropping you like a hot potato. Either way, the love is gone. Our relationship is over. We're splitting up. We also did similar and opposite expressions for the idiom. Break up with someone and this course in this course recovered six sections. Conversation, pronunciation, definition usage, practice review. We worked like crazy toe master this idiom.