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Let's Describe | "The Bubbles" | Themed LIVE English

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7 Lessons (1h 2m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:09
    • 2. Lesson Information

      1:31
    • 3. The Summary

      2:10
    • 4. The Setting

      9:14
    • 5. The Action

      19:40
    • 6. The Story

      13:08
    • 7. Quiz & Review

      13:50
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In this English class, we use an interesting picture to:

  • Summarize what we see
  • Describe in detail the Setting (Time & Place)
  • Describe in detail the Action (People & Activities)
  • Describe in detail the Story¬†(What's really¬†happening in the picture)

Throughout the lesson we:

  • Explore vocabulary and phrases using a dictionary and image search
  • Practice pronunciation¬†of all the descriptions
  • Test your understanding with a¬†QUIZ

This class will:

  • Improve your ability to summarize and describe people and situations¬†in English
  • Improve your pronunciation of essential English vocabulary and phrases
  • Improve your confidence and English fluency

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1. Introduction: in this picture we see a young girl outside in a park. She is standing in a wide path, surrounded by trees. I think this is a great opportunity to do some pronunciation. So repeat after me. Here we go. In this picture, we see a young girl. Environment just means what's around you all right. Blurry and unfocused means that it's not clear. Right? So if we try to see the trees that are behind her, we can tell that they're trees. But they're not focused right there, blurry and their unfocused t what happens? Okay, so this is a vest there. No sleeves. All right, so no sleeves on the vest. But it will keep the main part, the center part of your body warm and especially if there's a hood. Her hair is held in place with Moretz. What are bretz? All right. So Bretz are They're basically like clips for your hair, right? Well, not my hair. I have no need for Bretz because my hair are sold is so short. A moment ago, she dip the wand into the bubble solution in the bottle held in her left hand. So there is the wand and you can see there's a little hole in it. It's a little bit hard to see what's pretty small. Okay, so this is just the bubbles solution. It's like soap and water, right? But it makes wonderful bubbles. Once you dip the wand in and you blow through it and then it creates the bubbles to do her job well, Isabella needs to be a watchful and vigilant, be greedy and aggressive, see patient and crazy d speedy and oblivious. What do you think? 2. Lesson Information: as though I am live. I am live. I should be live. Okay, so here we are, another live YouTube lesson today. The theme is people, Right? And the title of this lesson is bubbles. If we look at the picture, we see bubbles. Okay, so what are we going to do today? Great question. Well, first, we're going to use this picture, right? We're going to do a summary, right. We'll give you a nice, easy way to explain what you see in the picture. Then we're going to describe the setting in detail, right? We're going to describe the action. So if the setting is the time, the place a location, action is the people, the movement, what are the actions? What's happening in the picture? Then we're going to do the story, right? I add a little bit extra to make this picture a little bit more interesting. Uh, Leo, who does in the comment, she says Hi there. I should send my comment year ago. Hello, And welcome to this live English lesson. So after we get through parts one through four going to do my favorite part, which is the quiz, and I have my glasses. Yes. Okay, so let's get started 3. The Summary: here we are. So first we're going to do this summary, right? So the summary is just a quick, brief, easy way to describe this picture. We'll get into detail, Don't worry. But right now it's just the summary. Here we go. In this picture, we see a young girl outside in a park. She is standing in a wide path, surrounded by trees. The girl is blowing bubbles and they are floating through the air. The girl is having fun. She's wearing clothing for a cool summer, day or morning. Okay, so this is the summary for this picture. I think this is a great opportunity to do some pronunciation. So repeat after me. Here we go. In this picture, we see a young girl outside in a park. She is standing in a wide path, surrounded by trees. The girl is blowing bubbles and they are floating through the air. The girl is having fun. She's wearing clothing for a cool summer, day or morning. Okay. And I can already see Aaliyah, who would've put apples in the comments. So that means you are doing the pronunciation. Wonderful. So this was the summary, right? Just a few short sentences explaining, you know, maybe the most important things of this picture. But we're going to go into detail now. Yes, and the next part will talk about vocabulary and go into detail. Here we go. 4. The Setting: All right, so let's do this setting. The setting is the time. The place, the location. Right? Okay, here we go. The picture was taken at an outside location. In a park. We can see a wide dirt path with trees on both sides. OK, so when we say a wide dirt path, we're looking at what's behind her right? It's a little bit blurry, but we can see is pretty wide. So a lot of people can walk there if they choose to. And I think it's dirt. I don't think it's cement or pavement. I think it's more of a softer surface in a path. All right, so let's just take a look at some pictures of paths to make sure that we understand what it is. All right, there's a dictionary and the path. Let's seem all right, so we have different paths. Maybe this is a wooden path that says, I don't know if it's stone. Well, let's see if we can find a dirt path like we have. All right, here we go. So there are dirt paths through the forest, and, yeah, not much to it. It's a path which is like a walkway Okay, here we go to the next section. The sun is coming through the trees and creating light and dark spots on the path. So if we look behind her at the path, there are some darker areas. And there are some lighter areas. Yes. Liotta says the girl is interested in blowing the bubbles. Yes. And we will talk about what the girls doing when we get to the action. Right? Right now we're doing the setting. Wonderful. So, uh, there's shadows right from the trees. So there are some light sections in dark sections on the path. Okay. It looks like there are green grass and dead leaves near the side of the path. Right. So the side of the path would be the border, the edge, and we could see green grass and some kind of brown stuff, which I think are dead leaves. All right. Okay. So let's do pronunciation. Here we go. The picture was taken at an outside location. In a park. We can see a wide dirt path with trees on both sides. The sun is coming through the trees and creating light and dark spots on the path. It looks like there are green grass and dead leaves near the side of the path. Okay, so that was pronunciation in the first part for the setting, Let's go to another part. So weaken. Describe this picture even better. The background is blurry and unfocused, but we can tell that she is in an outdoor environment, like a forest or a park. Okay, when we say the word environment, it means our surroundings, the things that are around us, right? So you could have a jungle environment. You could have a city environment, maybe a park environment are a home environment. Environment just means what's around you all right. Blurry and unfocused means that it's not clear right. So if we try to see the trees that are behind her, we can tell that they're trees. But they're not focused right there, blurry and their unfocused. Okay, son is very bright, and he could be late morning, midday or early afternoon leaves are still mostly green, right? If we look behind, maybe there's some brown leaves there, but a lot of green green leaves. Okay, makes me think of summer. All right. Okay, so yes, Liotta says blurry is not clear. That's right, All right. So let's do pronunciation or ray. Here we go. The background is blurry and unfocused, but we can tell that she is in an outdoor environment, like a forest or a park. The sun is very bright, and he could be late morning, midday or early afternoon. The leaves are still mostly green. Okay, let's continue. Ah, Leo, Huda says. It's more like forest. Sure, sure. Maybe it is a park that includes a forest. Maybe there's a path that goes through the forest. Right. Okay, let's keep going. Here we are. The girl is wearing long sleeves and a vest, so it might feel cool outside. Okay, so we're going to describe the girl in more detail in a moment. But right now we can look at her clothing and get an idea for the temperature. Right? So she has long sleeves, right? Which means that the sleeves on her shirt come all the way down to her hands, right? She's also wearing a vest. Ah, Let's just quick will put invest in the picture search so we can see a different vests. They will put a winter vest, see what happens. Okay, so this is a vest there. No sleeves. All right, so no sleeves on the vest. But it will keep the main part, the center part of your body warm and especially if there's a hood, huh? So Leo Huda says, Please explain what's the best? Well, this is a vest. It's like a coat, but with no sleeves, right, It's just covers the center part of the body. All right, so this is a blue vest and it's sleeveless. There are no sleeps. OK, all right, let's keep going with weather may be getting colder. Lay low, Mehta says. Hey, hello, Welcome. Or perhaps it's in the morning, and the warmth of the day hasn't arrived yet. Okay, so sometimes even in the summer where I'm from in northern northern United States, even a summer day in the morning it can be a little bit cool, right? So we might put a long sleeve on while we're waiting for the warmth of the day to arrive. So as the sun comes out, it gets stronger and warmer. So then we might end up taking off the vest or taking off the SPLA belong sleeve. Okay, All in all, it's a beautiful summer day and the girl is having a wonderful time. And because the picture has so much green in it, it makes me think that it's a summer day and plus the sun is really bright. Just a wonderful day. Okay, so let's do pronunciation. Repeat after me. The girl is wearing long sleeves. Invest so it might feel cool outside. The weather may be getting colder. Or perhaps it's in the morning, and the warmth of the day hasn't arrived yet. All in all, it's a beautiful summer day, and the girl is having a wonderful time. Okay. All right. So we did the setting, which is like the time, the place, the location. Now let's get to the action. 5. The Action: so Okay, here we are with the action. And this in this section we're going to describe in detail the person, the little girl and the action. What is happening? All right, here we go. Girl is located on the right side of the picture, facing to the left. Right. So in the picture, we have the left side and we have the right side. And here she is, But she's facing. She's looking towards the left side, towards the left side. OK, we can see the left side of her face. Right. So she has turned like that and we can see the left side of her face. She might be about four or five years old. She has long brown hair and white skin. And just like Leah. Who? Dorothy, You took away the message. But you said, uh, straight, long, straight hair. Right. Okay. Her hair is held in place with Peretz. Mm. What are Bretz? Well, I have two sisters and a daughter and a wife, so I'm familiar with what barrettes are and small in the pictures. So let's take a look. Going to copy the word and we're going to go look at an image of Bretz and make sure we understand what they are. Okay, so this was the vest, right? This is what she's wearing. But in her hair, she has Brett. All right, So Bretz are They're basically, like clips for your hair, right? Well, not my hair. I have no need for Bretz because my hair are sold is so short. Okay, There you go. Lay low. Mehta says Bretz. Liotta says brains Well, the she's using Peretz right there. Little clips that hold your hair back and let's see if we confined. Ah, woman Or maybe a girl using Paret. Okay, are we have a woman. So this woman has a whole bunch of bretz right here. 12345 And they're just holding her hair in place. Leah Huda says, like pins. Well, I suppose I'm not an expert on on hair, but let's see if we put in hairpins. All right, so hairpins air kind of like this. So I guess there's similar. But Bretz are more like this, so they kind of clip, right? And let's see Leo, who'd had said braids. Braids are a style of hair, right? We could say hair raids all right. So raids is just when they weave the hair together right, and they put it together and it may be hangs down the bear. Something like that. I have never braided my hair. It's too. Is two way too short. Alright? Leah Huda says they make the hair more beautiful and neat. Sure, that's what Bretz dio. And then if it's windy and stuff, then your hair won't fly around. Okay, so let's go back. So once get her hair is held in place with threats, and we can see one here. And there might be a tie or something. That back holding her hair. All right? Yeah. Liotta says they come in different colors. They come in thousands of designs. I don't know. Okay. It looks like she has an hearing in her left ear. This is really small. But if I look at her ear lobe, which is the part down here, the bottom part of your ear. It looks like she has an earing. Right. Okay, so let's do pronunciation. Repeat after me. The girl is located on the right side of the picture facing to the left. We can see the left side of her face. She might be about four or five years old. She has long brown hair and white skin. Her hair is held in place with Peretz. It looks like she hasn't hearing in her left ear. All right, let's keep going. Girl is wearing a dark blue puffy vest with the hood. All right, so we talked about a vest before, but we didn't save. Puffy this time was saved. Puffy. So the idea of Puffy if we look at her vest and I'll use the arrow, though, put in front. All right, so the best is kind of pillowy, I guess. If you squeeze the vast, it kind of pushes in a little bit, which makes it very comfortable. But we could also say it's kind of puffy, So let's take a look. We can find a puffy vest. Okay? Yeah. So these these will work. They have the different sections, and they usually put maybe, ah, goose feathers or some synthetic product inside to make it warmer. Who? Excuse me. Okay. So a puffy vest when you squeeze it, it's kind of like pillows. Liotta says full of cotton, maybe. Sure, depending on the quality of the vest? Sure. Um, it's common for them to put goose down. Let's find goose down, which is the like goose feathers. The very, very soft feathers, which are very good, um, for keeping people warm. Right, So you might say, a goose down coat. Maybe. And it seems like puffy, because in each compartment or little section, they put goose down goose feathers in, uh, the higher quality coats usually have higher quality insulation to keep people warm. Okay, So puffy just means kind of like a pillow. All right, here we go. Let's go pear. So she has a hood on this best, and the hood is right over there, right? So it's down behind, and it's the same material as the best, and it looks like it's puffy as well. So if it was cold, it would keep her quite warm. All right, The vest has many white dots on it, and it zipped up in the front. Okay, so if we look, we can see a lot of white dots. I guess that's the pattern or the style of this vest and behind. So we have lots of white dots on the best, and we can say that the vest is zipped up. There is the zipper right? The opposite would be that it is unzipped or zip down in the front. But it zipped up. So maybe her mother or her father were worried that she would be a little bit cold. So they zipped up her vest to make sure that she's warm under the vest. The girl is wearing a white sweatshirt or Felice pull over. Okay, so I put two options. I put a sweatshirt or a fleece pull over. Mm. So first, let's look up a white sweatshirt, all right to make sure we have a good idea of what is a sweatshirt. And we'll do a white one because it's the same as the color. So a white sweatshirt, I mean, this is like a sweatshirt jacket. It could just be something like this. It's good for exercise, and it keeps you warm and is really comfortable. Well, that would be a sweatshirt. The other option was a fleece pull over. Now this material is different, and we'll do a white one to see Well, maybe we'll just to color flats. Fine. It's very soft. It's it. It feels different than a sweatshirt, and it might be a little bit warmer, depending on the quality. What is really soft and comfortable and it just feels really nice. Let's see if we can in a little bit. So a fleece pull over jacket or ah, fleece. Pull over right. So that's what I put for, what she's wearing underneath her vest. And it's a long sleeve, right? A white sweatshirt or fleece pull over. Okay, so if she just walks around with the vest or I was make it cold. So her parents maybe put ah, police pull over on her way. Can't see what kind of pants or shoes she's wearing right, because the picture doesn't go down that far. All right, let's do pronunciation. Here we go. The girl is wearing a dark blue puffy vest with the hood. Vest has many white dots on it, and it zipped up in the front. Under the vest, the girl is wearing a white sweatshirt or fleece pull over. We can't see what kind of pants or shoes she is wearing. Way can kind of guess, though she's probably wearing like jeans, maybe sweat pants. I would guess that she's wearing long pants because if she's wearing a nice warm vest on top, you probably wouldn't wear shorts. Or maybe she could be wearing a skirt to It's possible. All right, so let's continue on describing the action in this picture. The girl's lips are pursed together. Mm. So first, let's find out what pursed lips are so we can take a look. Alright, goodbye to police. Pull over. Let's look at pursed lips. All right, August, October says Hello. Interesting words on hair style and appearance. All right, Very Kalugin A says. Great, great, Wonderful. So right now we're talking about pursed lips. So in the picture, the little girl as pursed lips So her lips are together. And if we get closer, we can see people's pursed lips like this, right? So it just means that your lips or press together. But in this picture there is a purpose, right? So the girls lips are pursed together. This way she can blow through the hole in the wand held in her right hand. Okay, so if she purses her lips together, then she could blow right and the air will come out much stronger than if she tries to go like. So she purses her lips together and she can blow through the wand. Um, are we talking about Harry Potter here with the magic wand and not so much. All right, we're talking about a wan for blowing bubbles. All right, let's see if we can find a picture of that, Uh, see Warren to see Bubble one. How about that bubble wand? Okay. Uh huh. So maybe put in this will say, there we go. Try that. So this is a wand right there. Different shapes. But one side of it has, like, a circle on it. And you dip it into the the bubble solution, the liquid, which is like, soapy. And then you can blow through it. So the little pieces called a wand, and I don't think it's magic, but it's called a one. All right. So the girl, she has a wand in her right hand and she's blowing through the hole in the warned a moment ago, she dip the wand into the bubble solution in the bottle held in her left hand. So if we look over here, let's do let's see, we'll use the arrow to get really close. So there is the wand, and you can see there's a little hole in it. It's a little bit hard to see what's pretty small. And this is the bubble solution, right? So it's a little thing she's holding in her hand. Let's see what we confined for pictures on Bogle solution. Okay, so this is just the bubbles solution. It's like soap and water, right? But it makes wonderful bubbles. Once you dip the wand in and you blow through it and then it creates the bubbles. So the solution is just like the mix. It's not pure water. It's not pure soap. It's a mix. So it's a solution, Right? Late lawmaker says. Dipped right. She will dipped. She will dip the wand into the top of the bottle, or sometimes they use a bowl. They stick the wand in, and so the circle part of the want is covered with soap, right? The soapy solution and you blow on it and the bubbles pop out okay. They smooth, narrow back. She's blowing in, creating bubbles that float away in the wind. So in front of her we can see all the bubbles, right? Leo Huda says. Kids like it very much. I agree. Bubbles, air Great. Such a simple way to make the kid enjoy. Enjoy it. Okay, so let's do our first. That's a float float away is you know, a boat can float on the water, but ah, bubble can also float in the air. And it's just like, you know, it's just moving slowly through the air. If there's a lot of wind, then it will go quickly. If not, it just kind of goes wherever unless someone pops it. All right, let's do pronunciation. Here we go. The girl's lips are pursed together. This way she can blow through the hole in the wand held in her right hand. A moment ago, she dip the wand into the bubble solution in the bottle held in her left hand. No, she's blowing and creating bubbles that float away in the wind. All right, Mawr action. More details. Here we go. There are bubbles of different sizes floating in the air. All right, so if we look, we can see a big fat one in the middle. Then they're small, though smaller ones and little tiny ones, like right there. And see if I can point at it. Let's see, there is a little tiny one right there, right? So they're all bubbles. All those everywhere. The August leftover says I used bubble solution quite frequently. Never knew the word, though. Next time I would be aware what to call it, yes, bubbles solution. And there's some sort of mixture between water and, uh, soap dish soap that you use to wash your dishes. I'm not sure what the ratio is, but yeah, it's magical. Okay, here we go. They're flowing from right to left out of the picture. So when we're saying there were talking about the bubbles so they start on the right side, or maybe in the middle in their flowing or floating to the left, right, So she's blowing on them and they create some wind and they float away. Or maybe it's a windy day, and they will go that way anyway. The bubbles appear very colorful because they reflect the light of the sun and the colors around the girl. All right, so the bubbles you can see they are colorful, which is kind of neat. I think kids like that, too, so it reflects the light and whatever's around them right kind of neat. Ah, very Qala. Gina says the bubbles can be huge sometimes. Yes, I've seen them. What do you say we go? And we'll take a quick look at some bubbles Because bubbles are awesome. Let's see. We'll say huge bubbles. Uh oh. Wow. That's a really big one. I don't think I've ever seen one that big. Awesome. All I can say t it is for the child inside us. We grow up, but we still love bubbles, even as adults. Something wonderful about them. All right. It has huge bubbles. Pretty cool. All right, I need to stay focused here. Here we go. OK, it's likely that the girl's mother or father took this picture. Okay, let's do pronunciation. Repeat after me. There are bubbles of different sizes floating in the air. They're flowing from right to left and out of the picture. The bubbles appear very colorful because they reflect the light of the sun and the colors around the girl. It's likely that the girl's mother or father took this picture. Okay, so we just finished describing the action of this picture. Now let's move on to the story 6. The Story: Okay, So in this section, I see apples in the comments. That means you're doing pronunciation. Wonderful. Okay, so now we're gonna talk about the story behind this picture, and this is where it gets a little bit crazy. Uh, we've been very serious, very serious so far. Describing the girl and what we see in the picture and details now is when I can use my imagination. Here we go. The girl's name is Isabella. Her mother thinks it's cute and adorable that she likes to blow bubbles. All right, we have two words here, cute and adorable, and they mean pretty much the same thing. So if you see adorable and acute together, they're the same thing. So, for example, if we put in adorable puppy, maybe adorable puppy puppies. All right. So adorable. This is when people go Ah Ah, How cute. How adorable. Right? All right. Let's see. So her mother thinks it's cute and adorable that she likes to blow bubbles. However, today, Isabella is blowing bubbles for a different reason. Mm hmm. What could be the reason, I wonder. Here we go. Isabella is a junior member in the neighborhood gang called the Nasty kids. Okay, so let's see a gang, What is a gang? And there can be different levels and different, uh, understanding of what is a gang? All right, so the worst kind of gang is probably the ones that, like, Beat and Robin, things like that. However, you can also call a group of friends a gang, All right? And we're gonna learn about what kind of gang Isabella is in in a moment. Okay, so once again, Isabella is a junior member. All right. Junior member means she's not high up. Do you remember the idiom? High up? High up means you have a lot of power and influence in an organisation. But she is a junior member, so she's probably still working her way up and has to take orders from the senior members. Okay. And the gang is called nasty kids. Nasty. What does nasty mean? And even if we know what nasty means, let's take a look and we can get some synonyms, right? Let's stick it in the dictionary. Nasty. All right. First, let's hear the pronunciation Nasty, nasty, nasty, nasty. Okay. Highly unpleasant, Especially to the senses. Physically nauseated. Ah, Vera Qala. Gina says naughty tour. If a kid is nasty, they could be naughty. To me, the word naughty is kind of like Thank you do something bad, but it's not, like, really bad. It's like, Oh, you know, that kid is so 90. They weren't listening, but it's not like something Superbad, but let's see. So here we go. This is to the senses. So you could say food is nasty. You could say a smell. It's nasty. All the garbage smells nasty. However, it can also be of a person or an animal. So behaving in an unpleasant or spiteful way, spiteful means mean right. Harry was a nasty, foul mouth old devil, and we have synonyms unkind, unpleasant, unfriendly, disagreeable and whole bunch. More so nasty is a useful word. All right, so let's go back. So the name of this gang is called the Nasty Kids. All right, let's do pronunciation. Repeat after me. The girl's name is Isabella. Her mother thinks it's cute and adorable that she likes to blow bubbles. However, today Isabella is blowing bubbles for a different reason. Isabella is a junior member in the neighborhood gang called the Nasty Kids. Okay, so we still need to figure out why is she blowing bubbles? There we go today. It is Isabella's duty to remain vigilant and watch the park. Okay, so duty means it's your job. It's your obligation. It's something that you have to do. So maybe the senior members of the gang said, Hey, Isabella, it's your job to be vigilant, watchful, looking out for things. What's happening? You're using your eyes to see what's happening. So you're vigilant and watch the park. Mm. Okay. Whenever Isabella blows bubbles, it is a signal to the senior gang members that someone is passing by. Uh, so a signal is maybe, like a traffic signal. It tells you, you know, to stop or to go. Uh, it sends you information. So when she blows her bubbles, it's a signal she's sending information to the other gang members. August Mantova says an intriguing story. I can't say it's based on a true story, but it's based on my imagination. So here we go. All right. So when she blows bubbles, it lets the other gang members know that someone's passing by. They need to put away their computers, cell phones and tablets, all of their electronic devices. Then they pretend to play like normal kids. Okay, so we have a gang of kids that's doing something the parents don't know about. All right, let's do pronunciation. Repeat after me today. It is Isabella's duty to remain vigilant and watch the park whenever Isabella blows bubbles . It is a signal to the senior gang members that someone is passing by. They need to put away their computers, cell phones and tablets. Yeah, Then they pretend to play like normal kids. Ah, this story is getting juicy. Let's continue. Isabella's gang is in the business of cyber hacking and stealing money from online sources . Mm. Okay, when we think about cyber hacking, we usually don't think of Children. But either way, this is a good on opportunity to talk about vocabulary. So if you've heard cyber hacking before, let's take a look. If we put it some pictures, all right, so if we think cyber hacking, we think with the Internet computers, someone who's probably not dressed like this, but it gives us the idea that they're doing something on the Internet that they shouldn't be doing. Maybe they're breaking the law. They're stealing information or they're breaking into a system or a program where they shouldn't be. So hacking means to break into somewhere. And cyber hacking is like the Internet computers stuff like that. All right, so let's go back so ill. Isabella's gang, The gang of kids, is in the business of cyber hacking, and they steal money from online sources. And if we talk about online sources, it could be, I don't know, maybe a store that's run online, like amazon dot com. Ah, shipping service. Uh, anything. Maybe an online bank, Right? So something that operates its business using the Internet, that would be an online source. Alright, They have already stolen $20 million this month. We can say they are very successful. All right, so they're already on their way for $240 million a year if they keep it up. Okay, let's be Let's be serious here. All right? Even though they're all under 10 years old, they're known as the fiercest online gang in the Western Hemisphere. Okay, so they're all under 10 years old. So the oldest had could only be nine, right? Because it's under 10 and they're known as the fiercest. Mm. Let's see. What does it mean? If someone or something or a group organization is fierce, let's take a look. This would be an adjective. And we're describing, right? Let's see. All right, adjective, let's hear the pronunciation. Fierce. Fierce. Okay, So an adjective we're gonna be describing, having or displaying an intense or ferocious aggressiveness. All right, so here we go. The Tiger is the largest member of the cat family and a fierce predator. So a very aggressive predator. Okay, So fierce. Her right. Ferocious, savage, vicious, wild, untamed. Okay, so here we go. So they are the fiercest online gang. So the fiercest Internet gang in the Western Hemisphere. All right, So what does that Western Hemisphere mean? Well, if we divide up the world, it gets to divide it up into hemispheres, which are different sections of the world. So there's a Western Hemisphere, and there is an Eastern Hemisphere, right? Uh, Western Hemisphere is usually is North America. South America, I think. Just a section of Africa. Eastern Hemisphere is Asia most of Africa, Europe, stuff like that. Uh, so ah, hemisphere is just half right. So the globe is like a round ball and hemisphere would be half of the ball. Okay. All right. So her gang is known as the most as the fiercest, the most fierce online gang in the Western Hemisphere, which is quite respectable, except that it would be illegal. Okay, let's do pronunciation. Isabella's gang is in the business of cyber hacking and stealing money from online sources . They have already stolen $20 million this month. Even though they're all under 10 years old. They're known as the fiercest online gang in the Western Hemisphere. Okay, so we did summary. We did the, uh, join a blink. We did the action. We did the setting, right? And now it is time. Or did the story to write. So the story behind the picture Guess what time it is. 7. Quiz & Review: It's time for a quiz, right? Who have my glasses ready to go? Let's see if you guys have been listening. All right. Question number one. What do we call the tool in Isabella's right hand that creates the bubbles? A a widget, B a stick. See a ruler D a wand way? Uh, Okay, So what do we call the tool in Isabella's right hand that creates the bubbles? It's called d A Want. Right. And we talked about that before. If we look at the picture, she is holding the wand in her hand. It's a little yellow piece, right for blowing the bubbles. All right, so it is the wand. All right, So the little one is the piece that you dipped in the solution in the bottle, and then you you blow through it and it creates the bubbles. All right. Question number two. Isabella is wearing a a jacket and sweater. Be vest in. Police pull over. Si swimsuit and cowboy hat, de vest and short sleeve shirt. Mom, what do you think? Okay, so Isabella is wearing a be a vest in fleece. Pull over. Okay, so if we look back at the picture Let's see if we can find it here. All right, So she has a blue vest. We talked about that. A vest is like a coat, but it has no sleeves, Right? There's no sleeves. And underneath she has. We had talked about maybe a sweatshirt, but also a fleece pull over. Right. So it's long sleeve in his warm and is very comfortable. Okay. All right. So Isabella is wearing a vest and fleece. Pull over. All right. So a jacket and sweater. Well, it's not a jacket because it's a vest, right? It doesn't have sleeves and a sweater. No, it doesn't work. Si swimsuit and cowboy hat. I'm not gonna work is obviously wrong. De vest. Who starts good, then says short sleeve shirt. Well, no, she has a long sleeve shirt on so that one doesn't work. Okay. Question number three. Isabella's mother thinks she's blowing bubbles because Isabella A. Is in a gang. Be loves blowing bubbles. See, is a weird kid or D has hidden intentions. Hmm. What do you think? - Okay , so this is a little bit of a longer question. Isabella's mother thinks she's blowing bubbles because Isabella loves blowing bubbles right ? so it's not the real reason, right? But it's what Isabella's mother thinks. Okay, so Isabella's mother doesn't know that she's in a gang, and her mother probably doesn't think that she's a weird kid. We're just mean, strange, abnormal, right? But I don't think that one works, and her mother doesn't think that she has hidden intentions. So hidden means something that you can't see right. It's, uh, hiding. And intentions are things you plan to do your ideas, things that you want to do or carry out. All right, so the best answer is B. Isabella's mother thinks that her kid loves blowing bubbles. Question number four. To do her job well, Isabella needs to be a watchful and vigilant, be greedy and aggressive see patient and crazy D speedy and oblivious. What do you think? - Okay . To do her job, Will Isabella needs to be a watchful and vigilant. So her job, if you remember, is to blow bubbles whenever someone comes. That might see the gang and what they're doing right, so watchful and vigilant means that you're looking. You're using your eyes to look around. Who's here? What's happening. All right, be says, greedy and aggressive. Well, greedy is when you want everybody's stuff that doesn't work. Aggressive means you're fierce. You're going to maybe attack people or pushed people or used physical or physical violence is possible. Patient and crazy. Well, I think it's good for her to be patient. But Crazy does. Just doesn't work. Speedy and oblivious. Well, Speedy sounds nice because you're fast. But oblivious doesn't work. What does oblivious mean? Oblivious Theo. August meto all these combos air just great. Probably the best one is speedy and of Libya's may. Be patient and crazy can't choose. Let's see. Oblivious is usually not a good thing. If you're oblivious to something, you don't see it, you don't know about it. So let's take take a look. We'll put it in the dictionary. If I can find it here, There it is. Let's put in oblivious. All right, and let's do the let's hear the pronunciation. Oblivious, oblivious, oblivious. Okay, here we go. Sorts. An adjective were describing someone not aware of or not concerned about what is happening around one. So if you're oblivious, you just like a little Allah and you don't know what's happening around you. All right, so Ah, perfect. When people are walking through the mall or in the park and they have their cell phone in front of them and they're just like, looking at it. So focused, so focus. And they, like, bump into someone where they bump into a tree. Or Arsalan way back. When were lady walked into a fountain in a in a mall when she was carrying her cell phone? Just a quick See if I can find that on. It was kind of interesting. Let's see, woman, uh, old in phone works into fountain, See if we can find and we'll try to find a gift. I think it is. Here it is to see if it will load. Okay, give it a moment. Watch this lady right here. Ah, so she's texting. I guess it all said, I'll look, there's a fountain. I shall fall into it so we could say this lady was oblivious to her surroundings. She was so focused on her phone that she fell into the pool where the fountain. Right. So it's, uh, not really good to be oblivious as you can get hurt. Something that happened. All right, so let's move to question number five. Why have the nasty kids been successful as an online cyber gang? Mm A. They're not suspects. Be. They have great technology. See, they speak many languages or D they can blow crazy bubbles from What do you think? - Okay , so why have the nasty kids been successful as an online cyber gang? Mm. Tried to make this the most difficult question. Okay, so I think the best answer is a They are not suspects. So let's think about it. It's quick. We'll take a look at the picture. So here is the girl, right? She's a little kid. A sweet little kid. There's no way that she could be involved in a gang. What? Ah, it doesn't make any sense. So they are not suspects. So it may be the crimes air happening, but the police or the government's air thinking it has to be these people because they have a history of doing it or ah, it's got to be these criminals because they've been doing bad things. But nobody is going to think that a group of kids isn't online cyber game. So let's see. B is pretty good answer, right? They have great technology but almost everyone has access to this technology, right? So I still think is better that they're not suspects because their kids, right? See, they speak many languages. It's great to speak many languages, but it's still not as good as they're not suspects. And D is cool making blow crazy bubbles. But that's probably not going to help them in their domination of the online Internet. Cyberspace. Right. So the best answer here is they are not suspects, right? So a suspect is someone that the police think has broken the law. They think that this person is a criminal, right? So in this situation, we have no information that the government or the police thinks that the nasty kids are criminals. All right, so they're not suspects. Okay, so we just finished the quiz. Ray Ray. All right, we get the green check. Mark did it. All right. So we did quite a bit in this lesson. All right? We talked about this picture. We did. We did the summary. We did this setting. We described the action. We did a crazy story, which probably makes no sense, but it's great for vocabulary. And then we did the quiz. Okay, so all right. Here is our motto. Improve your English, become more valuable, improve your skills and be able to offer more value to people. All right.