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Speak English: Learn the phrases you need to communicate well in English

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Lessons in This Class

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

      2:04
    • 2. 1 ways to tell people to wait

      5:33
    • 3. 1 conversations

      2:43
    • 4. 1 phrases in movies

      2:24
    • 5. 1 practice

      1:58
    • 6. Listening stage

      2:32
    • 7. 2 guessing and estimating

      5:44
    • 8. 2 conversations

      2:06
    • 9. 2 phrases in movies

      2:40
    • 10. 2 practice

      2:08
    • 11. Improving Listening

      2:30
    • 12. 3 making decision

      6:59
    • 13. 3 conversation

      2:50
    • 14. 3 phrases in movies

      2:09
    • 15. 3 practice

      2:18
    • 16. Listening Practice

      2:43
    • 17. 4 bad and good news

      5:55
    • 18. 4 conversatin

      3:02
    • 19. 4 phrases in movies

      2:24
    • 20. 4 practice

      2:13
    • 21. Listening Test

      2:29
    • 22. 5 speak about relief and stress

      6:34
    • 23. 5 conversations

      2:39
    • 24. 5 phrases in movies

      2:19
    • 25. 5 practice

      2:13
    • 26. Test Your Listening

      2:25
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Are you tired of  learning English with old methods ?  

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

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

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

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

We have added an activity called “ Practice your pronunciation and test yourself  “  

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

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

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

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

Every lesson in this course is separated into 4 parts

  • Master 10 most common english phrases

  • Practice these phrases in real situations

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

Understand where and how to use them  and then

Use them in real life situations

And finally review and check yourself 

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Mister Rabiey

✪ Cambridge Certified Tutor

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

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

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1. Introduction : Do you have struggle speaking English? Are you guys losing jobs and career opportunities because you cannot communicate your ideas in English. Are you guys tired of using these that are repetitive methods? If yes. This is the right class for you. I understand your pain. During last 12 years, I have helped many students like you to overcome this challenge. And in this class, we tried to choose the most common topics that are needed for everyday English Communication. In every lesson we will teach you ten different ways to speak about a particular topic. And we will show you different real conversation so you can see how these phrases are used in these conversations and in real situations. This class will help you to sharpen your English speaking skills so you can speak English fluently and confidently at work, interview, business, and every day live communication. For example, if you want somebody to wait for you, we can say, hold on, bear with me. Or we can say hold your horses. But what's the difference between these phrases and how can we use them? And in this class we will cover topics such as guessing statistics, making decisions, stress and relief, expressing the bad and good nodes, et cetera. Guys, for every lesson there are three parts. In the first part, you can review the phrases in different clips and movies. In the second part, you can see how these phrases are used in conversation. And in the third part, you can practice and check yourself and see if you can still understand everything. So guys, good luck adding many common useful English phrases to your English. 2. 1 ways to tell people to wait : Hello, My dear friends will come to this new Listen in this. Listen actually, listen. Number five we're gonna teach you many great phrases for telling someone to wait. Exactly. So there are lots of phrases we can use in in formal and informal way to tell people toe way 10 B patients. So are you ready to start and learn all of these practical and nice phrases? So let's get us started. So we're gonna start with the first phrase and that is Could you give me a minutes? Could you Could you d Why? When they come together are pronounced So we see Could you could you give me a minute? So good. You give me a minute, Give someone a minute. Means to allow someone or something A moment or brief period of time in which to do something. Could you give me a minute? So phrase number to hang on A sick Hang on this sick or just a sick? This is very, very informal. So hang on a sick or justice Sick means Wait for a short time, for example. Hang on a minute. Do you think I might have left anything out? Yes, sometimes we can say Hang on a minute or hang on a sick. There is no difference and we use them in informal way. First number three hold on. Hold on. Holdem is to wait while someone else does something. Especially when you are using the phone. So we use this phrase when you're speaking on the phone most of the times. Yes. Hold on, please. Which means to wait, for example? When you are trying to find Depends, right. A full number of somebody you can tell him. Hold on, please. Phrase number four Let me see. Let me see Or let me think. Let me see. Let me think. Use when one is pausing trying to remember something or considering ones next words. For example, If somebody asks you for the price off your bag, you can tell him. Let me think so. You're trying to remember something Great phrase Frieze number five. I'll be right with you. I'll be right with you. So this phrase is used for saying that someone is coming very soon All the right with you, so Ah, we can use this phrase when you're going out and held. You want to tell your friends debts. You come back very soon. You can tell them I'll be right with you on day number six. Pair with me. I'm not sure if you have heard this phrase. This is a very nice phrase. Bear with me. Bare with me is a requests for patients. If you ask someone toe bear with you. You are asking him or her to hear you out To be patient, to not jump ship quiet yet it's yes. So bear with me is a very nice phrase. We can use it for those people who are not patient on. Actually, they don't listen to you Number seven that it will have to wait. That'll have to wait. That'll have to wait. So this phrase used for saying that there is no time to do something now and it will have to be done later. For example, I'm afraid plans for the party will have to wait. Which means that right now we should stop them. And we have to wait and we can do them later. Very you school a nice phrase for his number eight. Be patient. This is a very simple phrase. Actually, this is Ah, we cannot say this is formal or informal. It's neutral. We can use it for anybody to ask them to wait. Be patient number nine. Not so fast. Yes, not so fast. So this definition off not so fast, its informal. And it's used in a speech to say that one disagrees with what someone has said, or to tell someone to stop or slow down. Yes, not so fast, Yes, so don't actually ah, be fast. So we want people to slow down if they are doing something very fast. And Number 10 the last phrase is Hold your horses. I love this phrase of these rays, used many times in different movies and clips in different documentaries. So when you tell people to hold your horses, you ask them to wait a moment and we use them. Actually, we use this phrase in informal situation. That's it. These are great phrases. Actually. We learn to ask people toe weight. Some of them were using informal way, and some of them we use in polite and formal situations. But don't worry. We're going to use all of these phrases in riel situations so you can understand them or you understand them better in context. So let's jump to the next lesson 3. 1 conversations : Hello. Everybody will come to part number two of this lesson. And this part, actually, we're gonna use all of these phrases We learned about actually asking people to wait in formal and in informal way in different context. So as you can see in this picture, she's a customer. And she's speaking on the phone. She says, May I know what time my pizza delivery will arrive? And the server says, Hold on a sick I guess it will arrive in 20 minutes. So hold on a sec. It's, ah, informal way to say Wait, Yes, that's it. Situation number two Um, as you can see in this picture, there is a customer and cashier. The customer says, Could you please tell me how much should I pay for this bill and the cashier answers. Could you give me a minute? Let me see. Ah, you need to pay $52. As you can remember, we say, let Missy or let me see to tell people actually toe weight because you're trying to remember something. Let me see. Situation number three. This conversation is between a student and teacher, So the teacher and students student says, Could you Please tell me about the grades teacher and the teacher says, Hold your horses, dear. The results are not out yet. It or we can say, Be patient, hold your horses is a very informal way to tell people to wait. And here there's a conversation between Clearer can Bus the clerics is should we around the new plan tomorrow? The bus is well, not so fast, not so fast that it will have to wait. Yes, not so fast. We say it to tell people to slow down, and that will have to wait. Means for right now we should stop. And we should actually Ron the plans, maybe later. So we try to use these phrases these great sentences in different contexts on, and I hope you have learned them completely in the next. Actually, listen, we're going to use most of these phrases in different clips and different movies so you can understand the pronunciation and get more familiar with how native speakers say them. So let's get started 4. 1 phrases in movies : Hello everybody, how are you? It's time to use these phrases in different clips and movies. So you can get more familiar with the pronunciation with actually how native English speaker use them. Different conversations. So I'm going to repeat them very fast. Could you give me a minute? Hang on a sec. Just a sec. Hold on. Let me see. Let me think. I'll be right with you. Bear with me. That'll have to wait. Be patient. Not so fast. Hold your horses. That's it. So let's see how these phrases are used in different clips and movies. Enjoy it. Julian, could you give me a minute? Give me a minute here. And you could you give us a minute? Hang on a sec. All right. With you. I'll be right with him. I'll be right with you. So bear with me. Now. I'll have to wait. Mrs. Line fit his mother. So fast. So fast. Not so fast. 5. 1 practice : This is the last part in this bars. Actually, we're going to check you and we're going to see if you can see a remember and understand the phrases we used to tell people. Toe. Wait. So are you ready? Let's get a started. I'm gonna ask you some questions. You have some seconds to think and then answer my question. Question number one. What are the informal phrases we used to tell some? Monta. Wait. There are four phrases I think we learned in this. Listen to tell people toe Wait. We use them in informal situations. So do you remember them? Yes, actually, those phrases are hanging on just a sick hold on and hold your horses. So we use these for phrases in informal way to tell people to wait. Just phrase number three. Hold on. We use it. Actually, when we speak on the phone Question number two. What phrase can we used to tell others to wait for you? You will come back very soon. Can you remember that phrase? Actually, that phrase I'll be right back or I'll be right with you. And the last question if someone can't, actually, If something can't be done now and should be done later. What phrase can we use to express our feeling? Yes. You cannot do its right now. You can do it later. Can you remember that phrase? Action of that phrase is yes. That will have to wait. That'll have to wait. So that is the end off the test. I hope you have answered my questions. If you have any problems or questions, please don't forget to share it with me. I will always answer your back. Thank you. And this is the time to jump to the new Listen goodbye for now. 6. Listening stage: We learned ten great phrases for telling somebody to wait. Now it's time to improve your listening. So my dear friends listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Plague n as c that takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. Come on man, stop shouting. Hold your horses and let's see what exactly the problem is. Come on, man, stop shouting. Hold your horses and let's see what exactly the problem is. So fast, we've got to prove it first, haven't we? So fas we've got to prove it first. Haven't we? This bigger? Ask the audience to bear with her while she researched for the correct graph. This bigger, ask the audience to bear with her while she researched for the correct graph. I promised to give it the 51 hours. So that's Lemmas see 45 lift. I promised to give it the 51 hours. So that's lemme see, 45 lift alone a minute. Isn't that your brother's car over there? What's it doing there around? Although a minute isn't that to your brother's car over there. What's it doing there, man? Hang on. I'll be back in a minute. I just need to keep everyone aware of this. Be calamity first. Hang on. I'll be back in a minute. I just need to keep everyone aware of this. Be calamity first. 7. 2 guessing and estimating : this. Listen, actually, I'm going to speak about 10 phrases for estimating and guessing. Actually, many students have problems estimating and guessing and speaking about anything that is not riel, but in this Listen, actually, don't worry. We're gonna teach you all of the's phrases. You just need to focus and understand everything. I suggest you strongly to write down some of these phrases that you might feel actually and can see. They're very important. So let's start with the first phrase. If I had to take a guess, I'd say if I had to take a guess, I'd say to take a guess means to get something. For example, if I had to take a guess, I'd say she's about 35 years old. This is a very nice and actually a very good phrase we can use when you are guessing something. Phrase number two. It's difficult to say, but I think it's difficult to say, but I think, ah, a phrase used by someone who simply doesn't have any knowledge on this subject, but feels they must have an opinion anyway. Ah, so that's why we use this phrase, for example. It's difficult to say, but I think our customers are more satisfied that this is a really great, very wonderful sentence we can use when you don't have knowledge on something. But do you feel you have to say your opinion anyway? Phrase number three Off the top Off my head I'd say off the top of my head means without careful thoughts or investigations. So, for example, off the top of my head out say the company has 500 employees. So what I remember this means what I remember what I estimate without checking the actual statistics off the top off my head. Very good sentence. Very useful one. It's about 10 miles away. I think it's pretty simple, and you know the meaning of it's about It's about means. It's almost so when we say it's about 10 minutes 10 miles away, it means it's almost 10 miles away from here. Phrase number five. It's around three hours long, so around here means approximately okay or we can say its about so there is no difference between for his number four and five, for example, it's around five hours long, which means it's approximately or it's about five hours long. This is actually the phrase we use when we are estimating something. Phrase number six. I wouldn't be surprised if I wouldn't be surprised if this is a common idiomatic expression that you can use any time you feel that some hypothetical or possible future event is not unexpected. So, for example, I wouldn't be surprised if it's rain today. Yes, so you feel that something. Ah, hypothetical or possible future event is not unexpected. Frieze number seven There is a good chance there is a good chance that we use a clause after that. So when you want to say that something might happen and the possibilities pretty high, you say there is a good chance that, for example, there is a good chance that's I'll get lost on the way. But I'll call if that happens. So when you speak about the springs, we speak about high possibilities. Yes, that's it. Try to remember this phrase because it's pretty useful, and we use them everywhere, especially different everyday English conversations. I have a feeling, or I have a hunch. I have a hunch about some think means to have an idea about what did will or should happen , so to have a feeling that something will or should happen. For example, you can say I have a hunch that tomorrow the weather will be a rainy. So you have this feeling that something will happen. But you are not short. You're just guessing. I bet I bet these informal way used to say that you are certain that something will happen . For example, I bet the bus won't be happy about this. So you are completely sure and certain about something. So that's why you used the phrase, I bet. And the last phrase your guess is as good as my your guess is as good as mine. So it means, I don't know. And this is used to tell some mom that you don't know any more than they do about something . So I don't know anything like you. Your guess is as good as mine. So these are 10 great phrases we used to speak about guessing, and they are really, really helpful, useful and practical. Try to understand them on, and we're gonna try to use some of them in a really situation. So let's jump to the next lesson. 8. 2 conversations: Hello. Everybody will come back. This is the time that we should learn these phrases we learned about actually guessing in riel situations. So are you ready? Let's get a started situation Number one. There is a conversation between Jack Cantet. So two male friends talking at a table. Jack says, Can you tell me where Jesse our classmate lives on? Ted says. Well, I'm not sure, but I have a Han she's living around here. I have seen her many times in this neighborhood. So he has this feeling he has this hunch, or if he's sure about where just it leaves, he might say. I bet she leaves around here. So we say, I bet when you are completely sure about something, Yeah, So Situation number two friends on a trip Marshall and Barney Marshall says, What's the distance between Washington and New York on Barney says, Ah, it's about it's around 17 miles. So it's about it's around meat. It's approximately 70 miles. Situation number three They are speaking about English words. So Marshall asks sorrow. What is the meaning of this word? Sora Sora says. I have no idea your guess is as good as mine So if I had to make a guess, I say it's selfishness. So he's trying to guess the work. If I had to make a guess, I'd say it's selfishness. So we try to use some of these phrases and riel situations here so you can understand them better. And in the next, Actually, ah, listen, we're gonna use thes phrases in different clips and movies so you can understand how Native English speakers pronounce them, so let's jump to the next listen. 9. 2 phrases in movies : Hello my dear friends, it's time to you is that these phrase says in actually different clips and movies. So I'm going to repeat them very fast for you. So you can actually remember them. If I had to take a guess, I'd say. It's difficult to say, but I think off the top of my head, I'd say it's about ten miles away. It's around three hours long. I wouldn't be surprised if there's a good chance. I have a feeling, hunch. I bet. Your guess is as good as mine. Great. Now let's see how these phrases are used in different clips and movies in Gioia. If I had to take a guess, I'd say something about you was a big fat turn-off. If I had to make a guess, if I had to guess, I'd say green. It's difficult to say. It's very difficult to say. Exactly. It's difficult to say an animal off the top of my head, marital problems that have to say it's because he is suffering and write out the dopamine off the top. My head was about 20 miles from here, 20 miles away near Green River. It's about 20 miles. And I wouldn't be surprised if he ends up looking what I would be surprised he gives us a membership this place. I'd be surprised if we get a million. Would be surprised with snowed overnight. It's a good chance you will fail, or there's a good path with the girl. There's a good chance we will play. There's a good chance. I have a hunch. My dear is not really a girl. Have a 100, something's wrong. I have a hunch. Your guess is as good as my guess is as good as my guess is as good as mine. 10. 2 practice: everybody. This is the part that issued Check yourself on, test yourself and see if you can still remember the phrases and the sentences we learned actually here. So, are you ready to check yourself about phrases about guessing? Let's get a start. I'm gonna ask questions, please think for a few seconds and then answer my question. Question number one when you're speaking or guessing something without knowing the actual statesman's. So what would you say? Do you remember the phrase he don't snow about the actual statements? Yes, we usually say, off the top of my heads off the top off my head, I'd say Our company has more than 1000 employees, so that's off the top of my head out. Say, which means I don't have the actual states meant. And I'm just guessing. Question number two, a phrase used by someone who simply doesn't have any knowledge on the subject but feels they must have an opinion anyways. And we studied this phrase and we explained the meaning of this phrase. Can you remember? Yes, that's it's difficult to say, but I think our customers are more satisfying. So we say it's difficult to say but I think very useful phrase. And the last question What phrases used to tell someone that you don't know any more than they do about something you don't know anything like they don't know. That was the last phrase. This is actually the great hints. Yes. Say your guess is as good as mine means. I don't know anything like you. So that's the end of the test. And I hope and wish you have answered my questions. If not, please come back. Carrie Pugh the phrases and please let me know for any questions and problems. Thank you. 11. Improving Listening : We learned ten great phrases for estimating and guessing, right? So are you ready to improve your listening? So my dear friends, listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Plague and as C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. What's our problem? I have no idea. Your guess is as good as mine. What's our problem? I have no idea. Your guess is as good as mine. I also relieved I didn't have to clean up after the party. I bet you aware. I was so relieved. I didn't have to clean up after the party. Ib2 it were well, honestly, I have a Han Shi a studio me. I had to make sure if she's doing that. Well, honestly, I haven't ha she's studio me. I had to make sure if she's doing that. I wouldn't be surprised if she broke up with me. She's not in love with me. She's craving someone else. I wouldn't be surprised if she broke up with me. She's not in love with me. She's a craving someone else. What's the capital of Canada? I don't off the top of my head, but I could go and look it up. What's the capital of Canada? I don't off the top of my head, but I could go and look it up. Do you think Ted, he's the one who's told him money from my drawing. It's difficult to say, but I think he plays a very important role in that robbery. Do you think Ted, he's the one who's told him money from my drawing. It's difficult to say, but I think he plays a very important role in that robbery. 12. 3 making decision : Hello, my dear friends will come to listen number seven. And in this Listen, we're gonna teach you 10 great phrases for making decisions. Yes, Many English students have problems making decisions in English. But don't worry. We're gonna teach you everything about making decisions and deciding what to do. So are you ready? Let's get a started. The first phrase that I'm gonna teach you today is I'm debating between. So I'm debating between Option A and Option B. You're always debating between two things, which means I'm facing a dilemma choosing between two things. So, guys, if you have difficulty, is choosing between two things. You can use this nice phrase. For example, you can say I'm debating between ordering pizza or hamburger. Yes, that's it. And that's a very useful phrase. So try to remember it and try to use it in your speech. Frieze number two. I can't make up my mind. I am sure you have heard this phrase many times, so I can't make my mind. Makeup ones might means to make a decision about something. So here it means I can't make a decision. So make up one's mind means to make one's decision. Yes, that's it's on. This is a very nice phrase using every day's conversation. Frieze number three on the fence. Yeah, being on the fence means you really just can't decide. It's as if you are sitting on the fence because you can decide which you are to playing. If you can't decide whether to take a job or not, you are on defense. That's a very nice example. Yes, for example, I guess. Ah, sometimes, um, people are on defense because they can decide where there to take a job or not, whether to do something or not. And that's a really difficult actually situation phrase number four. I will take that into conclusion. So to take something into conclusion means to think over it and considerate before making a decision. Yes, Sometimes you have to think and consider something before you make a decision. So you should take that into conclusion for his number five on the other hands, On the other hand, very common. They're useful and very helpful phrase we can use. So on the other hand, in a way that is different from the first thing you mentioned. So we use this raise to say that something is different from the first thing that you mentioned. For example, my husband likes classical music. I, on the other hand, like all kinds. So the second thing is completely different from the first thing you mentioned. This is a really nice on and good phrase. Frieze Number six we can use about making decisions is I'm having second thoughts on. I'm sure you know the meaning of this phrase. So I'm having second thoughts is a change in a decision or option. So when you have a change in your decision or opinion, you can use this phrase. For example, he apparently had sick and thoughts about that remark. Yes, he had a change in his opinion or decision, and we use this phrase all of the time in different clips, movies, films. I'm having a second thoughts. I changed my mind's, which is completely actually clearer, which means I changed my decision in phrase number. To make up my mind means to make your decision and us in ah phrase number seven. To change your mind means to change your decision. So here mind means your decision, your thoughts, your opinions For his number eight he convinced or persuaded me to do something. So to make some month change his decisions, for example, I convinced him to get married and forget the bachelor days. So when you convince or persuade somebody to do something, you make him or hair change their decision. Yes, actually, to be honest with you guys, my father, my parents can never persuades me to get married. I want to stay single forever. The sentence number nine Looking back I know it was the right decision. So, guys, do you know the meaning of looking back? Looking back here means looking and thinking of the past. Yes. So looking back means thinking of the past. This is a very nice way to speak about the past. Looking back, I know it was the right decision. The last phrase is it's up to you. Yes, I love this phrase. This is one of my favorite phrases I use all of the time it's up to you used to tell a person that they are the want to make a decision. Okay. It's not up to me. It's up to you. You should make the decisions. Yes, for example my friend asks me about, ah, car he wants to buy, and then I tell him It's up to you. You can buy a Mercedes, or you can buy a BMW, so it's up to you. You're the one who should make decisions because this is your money. So come back to your taste. Maybe you need to take that into your conclusion. You need to think a little bit about that. So that's it, guys, we learned 10 great phrases about making decisions on deciding about what did you. So we're gonna use these phrases in the rial situations, So let's practice them in riel situations, so let's jump to the next listen. 13. 3 conversation: So guys, we learned to him great phrases to speak about making decisions. And this is the time to use these phrases and riel situations and understand them in context. So are you ready? Let's get started with the first situation. As you can see here, Jack is a really nice young man, but recently he's having a problem with his boss so he can stand him. He can tolerate him. So these days he's debating between leaving the job or continue working. He's just sitting on the fence. So as you can remember, we used these phrases to speak about the difficult situations when sometimes you are, ah, having problems choosing between two things you can see. I'm debating between two things or I'm sitting on the fence. So don't forget these phrases. Various full ones here. Ah, someone offered Jack a really good offer, but he can't make his mind. He can't make a decision. Actually, Jack can trust this guy. He needs to take this into his consideration. He needs to take this into conclusion, which means he needs to sit down, think and consider rate, and then he can make maybe better. Ah, decisions. That's right. situation number three. There is a conversation between two friends. So sorrow here says I can't make my mind, which means I can make a decision. Do you think I should get married to him? Robinson is Well, I don't know. It's up to you. You're the one who should make decision. Okay? And Soros is nothing. Kemper swayed me to marry this guy, Which means nothing can change my opinions actually, to marry this guy. Nothing can persuade me. Nothing can convince me to marry this guy. Okay, guys, that's the end. And actually, we try to use that some of these phrases in a real situation so you can understand the better in the next parts. Actually, we're going to use most of these raises or all of this raises in different clips and movies and see how native speakers pronounce them and use them in different situations. So let's jump to the next part 14. 3 phrases in movies : So it's time to use all of these phrases and different clips and movies, and films, different scenes. I'm just going to repeat the phrases for you really fast so you can just review them again. And then we'll see how native speakers use them in different actually conversations. So listen. I'm debating between I can't make up my mind among the fence. I'll take that into conclusion. On the other hand, I'm having second thoughts. I changed my mind. He convinced or persuaded me to do something. Looking back, I know it was the right decision. It's up to you. So let's see how these phrases are used. Enjoy it. Well, I can't make up my duty, I can't make up my mind. That's the trouble. I can't make up my mind. I'm not convinced. Still on the fence. I'm on the fence here. The other hand? On the other hand, I'm having second thoughts. Having second thoughts about this location. I'm having second thoughts about our bar. It's up to you. 15. 3 practice : Hello again, the alert owners. And this is the last part that this part actually is. You know, we're gonna test you were gonna check you. And this is a good opportunity and chance for you to check yourself and see if you can steer. Remember these breezes. But if you count, he should come back. Hair review those ah phrases. We learned about making decisions, So I'm gonna ask you some questions, and then you can answer me bag. So, are you ready? Let's get started. When there is a change in a decision or opinion, What phrase can we use to describe such feeling? Can you remember that phrase and symptoms? Yes. We usually say I'm having sick and thoughts I'm having second thoughts means actually, I'm having a change in my decision or opinion. Question number two. What if you are in a dilemma and can't choose between two things? How do you say this? You are in difficult situations. Selecting and choosing between two things. There are two phrases. Can you remember them? Yes. We shall say arm on the fans or I'm debating between Option A and Option B Bravo. I hope you have answered them correctly. And question number three when we want to tell others that they are actually the one to make a decision and should decide. What phrase can we use here? Yes. This is not my decision. This is your decision. Andi should decide. That's right. We say it's up to you. It's up to you. That's the sound. Actually, I hope you have learned all of these phrases about making decisions. But if you have questions, if you have any problems, please let me know. I will always answer you back. Thank you. 16. Listening Practice : We learned ten great phrases for decisions, yes, making decisions. Now let's practice listening. So my dear friends, listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again as C That takes on the screen and finally, check your answers. But it's not updated to discipline my children. You should go in mind your own business, I guess. But it's not up to you to discipline my children. You should go in mind your own business, I guess. My older brother could persuade me or anything when we were kids. One time he got me to believe that the moon would fall on me if I didn't stay up the whole night. My older brother could persuade me of anything when we were kids. One time he got me to believe that the moon would fall on me if I didn't stay up the whole night. I don't want to work in that company. I just changed my mind. I've got a better idea. I don't want to work in that company. I just changed my mind. I've got a better idea. I was so excited about moving to Europe, but now that it's almost time to go, I'm starting to have second thoughts. I was so excited about moving to Europe, but now that it's almost time to go, I'm starting to have second thoughts. They still could really help the business get out of debt, though, on the other hand, you'll just be indebted to the government instead. They still could really help the business get out of debt. Though, on the other hand, you'll just be indebted to the government instead. You can't see on the FOMC longer, you need to choose which of the two candidates we should hire. You count down there femtocell longer. You need to choose which of the two candidates we should hire. 17. 4 bad and good news: Hello, my dear Friends, students, Learners will come toe Lesson number eight Another useful, fun and exciting. Listen with English Fitz And this lesson we will teach you 10 great phrases for good and bad luck. So, guys, are you a lucky person or unlike he? Actually I myself sometimes I'm lucky. Sometimes I'm unlike sometimes they have good days and sometimes I have bad days. So I cannot say I'm lucky or unlucky. So let's start with the phrases Let's understand some great useful phrases used in everyday conversation is about luck, Good luck and bad luck. The first phrase that we use all of the time is good luck. So good luck. He's used to express wishes for success. We can say good luck with your studies, right? Good luck with your new job. Good luck with your actually Ah NIU class. We can use it for everything. So good luck with something? Yes, that sits Number two Better luck next time. Better luck next time. So we say this after someone failed someone who doesn't succeed And you hope they do better next time. So if somebody ah doesn't win the game, we can tell him. Don't worry, but are like next time. Yes, Better like next time. Just my luck. Oh, Shet. Just my like This is a sarcastic phrase. Meaning that something a lucky happened. Yes, just my Like we say, it's when something ah lucky happened And you are sad. You are depressed. So you say just my like phrase number for like you used to show that you think somebody is lucky to have something to be able to do. Something at Seth raw like EU. For example, my friend, he got a new job. Although we studied in the same school in the same college. But my friend gut a new job immediately after graduation. So I tell him like you? Yes. Which means that I think that person is lucky to find a new job. Number five phrase. That was a stroke of luck. Yes. So struck off like here means a sudden event off. Good luck. Yes, that was a stroke off, like so. If you believe that something suddenly happened, that that was good, you can use this phrase that was a stroke off lock. Yeah. Frieze number six. Some people have all the large. Yeah. Some people have all the like. Say this when someone else is constantly and always lucky, and you feel like you're not like he and you may feel a little bit jealous. So in such situations, you can say some people have all the lock. Yeah, some people have all the luck phrase Number seven. As luck would have it, as luck would have it, as luck would have it to use to indicate that something happened purely by chance. So as luck would have it, that's it. If you believe that something happens purely just because off chance, you can use this phrase as like would have it? Yes, like, for example, my friend won the lottery. And then I would say, as luck would have it, yeah, you were just lucky. And it happened by chance. Eight. He's down on the luck. Yes, he's down on the like I can Ah, you can guess. The meaning of this phrase is pretty easy, which means he's having a long period of bad lock or difficulty again. Guys, I have to emphasize its a long period off bad lock or difficult. If somebody always fails in something and he's not like you can say he's down on the lock. Yes, he's down on the lock. That's actually a really bad for him. Not such luck. Not such like used to express disappointment that something has not happened or is unlikely to happen. So we speak about something that is all likely to happen. You can say I am now not such like yeah, on the last phrase. What rotten luck. What run a like me is bad luck, for example, off all the right. Unlike I've had nothing but rotten like all day. So running lark is a really bad luck. If you think you are really unlike, you can use this phrase like what rudder like Oh, shit, that's really bad that sits. We learned 10 great phrases and sentences about good and bad luck on um actually Suri that you have learned understood them. But if you have problems, please come back. Write them down, practiced them with your friends. But don't worry in the next part of this. Listen, we're going to use these phrases in real situation so you can understand them better. So let's jump to the next one 18. 4 conversatin: So, guys, this is the time that actually we should use these phrases about good and bad locker riel situations in real context so you can understand them and learn them actually better. So are you ready? So as you can see in this picture, friends are talking about exams and one off these friends. Saara She is very sat So Sarah says I failed my exam in GAM. I'm really down on the lock. Shit! What a runner like So she's down on the like which means Ah, she has having a bad luck for a really like time. What a run Like what? A really terrible lock Our Robin says it's OK, dear. Better like next time. So she's trying to wish her good luck for the next time. All you need to do is tutting. Seriously? Yes, I completely I agree with Sparks. She needs to study Seriously. Better luck next time. Situation number two. This is a conversation between two co workers talking. So Lily says I got accepted for a position I applied. Oh, what a stroke of like what? A stroke up. Like as you can remember, we use it to speak about a sudden lock that comes to your life, and Rachel says, Oh, really? That's great. Some people have hold a lock. I think she is jealous because, ah, one, that person Lily she has been always lucky on, and she's not lucky. So Rachel is jealous off her. So don't actually be jealous off people you can create your own like and the last situation Friends talking Rose and Sandra Rowe says. Jack broke up with me again. Just my luck. Yes, we say, just might like when a bad luck happens, Sandra says, Come on, it's OK. You can find a better person, I'm sure. And then Rose says, No, such like no such luck, which means it's unlikely to happen. So I believe Jack was a really special man that she said it. So it's okay. She can find a better one. So that's it. We used ah, some of these phrases in real situations, and I'm sure that you could understand them better like this in context and the next parts . We're going to use all of these phrases in different movies clips and see how native speakers pronounce them. So let's jump to the next part 19. 4 phrases in movies : Hello my dear friends. This is the time we use all of these phrases and different clips and movies. And so you can understand and see how native English speakers per nouns them. But before we just start using them in different clips and movies, I'm going to repeat them fast for you. If you want. You can repeat these phrases after me just as a review. Faster view. Good luck. Better luck next time. Just my like loci you there was a stroke of luck. Some people have all the lock as luck would have it. He's down on the law. Not such like what rather than luck. Okay, so let's see how these phrases are used in different movies and clips in Juliet. Good luck. Good luck. Good luck. Better luck next time. Next time. Better luck next time. Yes, my law. It's just my dad. Just my luck. And then lucky you were nearby. Like you. You're lucky you. Thank you. Let's just start. Good luck, Marcus. That's a struggle. Ok. Marcus, That's a start. Good luck Mockus. Some girls have all the guys evolve. A lot of people have. And as luck would have it. And as luck would have it, as luck would have it. There was such luck. No such luck. 20. 4 practice : Well, everybody is time to check yourself and see if you can still remember these phrases. We learned about good and bad luck. So I'm ready. What about you? Are you ready? Prepare yourself and try to remember everything. Because if you cannot remember and understand these phrases still you need to come back. A review These phrases Question number one. What if you are jealous off your friend because you believe he's been lucky for a very long time. What phrase you can use. You're jealous of your friend. He's been lucky for a very long time. We say Yes, some people have all the like or like you. Like he you that sits when you want to express your disappointment because you believe something is unlikely to happen. What would you say? Yes, he believed that something will never happen or unlikely to happen. We usually say yes, That's right. We say you want to get accepted for that university. Not such like not such like which means that it's unlikely to happen. Question number three What if someone has had a long period of bad luck? How can you describe him? What would you say? Yes, a long parade off. Bad luck. Well, you say, um, down on the lock or he's down on the like, which means he has had a long create off. Bad luck. That's a misfortune. Okay, that is the yen's I. And I hope you have answered my questions. But if not, please come back and to review these vocabularies, these phrases and sentences and try to understand everything. Thank you. I hope you have enjoyed this lesson. Now it's time to move to the next useful lesson. So good bye for now. 21. Listening Test: We learned ten great phrases for good luck and bad luck, right? So, are you ready to improve your listening? Let's do it. So my dear friends, listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again as C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. I've always had or I don't like when it comes to card games. So I never play for money. I've always had or I don't like when it comes to card games. So I never play for money. I thought there was a chance that I might manage to get an a average after the final exam, but no such luck. I thought there was a chance that I might manage to get an, a average after the final exam, but no such luck meeting my favorite celebrity or they are pro-West certain alleles stroke off like that wouldn't have happened if I'd arrive five minutes later meeting my favorite celebrity or they are pro-West certain alleles stroke off like that wouldn't have happened if light arrive five minutes later. You found $20 in your pocket. Lucky you, you know, some people have, although OK. You found $20 in our bucket. Lucky, you know, some people have, although OK. Data's really down on his luck these days. He just lost his job. Then he got evicted from his apartment. Data's really down on these like these days. He just lost his job. Then he got evicted from his apartment. That's just my luck. First, the flat tire and now I'm locked out of the apartment. That's just my luck. First, the flat tire and now I'm locked out of the apartment. 22. 5 speak about relief and stress : Hello, my dear friends. How are you doing? I hope everything is going well for you and this useful. Listen, we're going to speak about 10 phrases for worries and relief. So some students have problems speaking about worries and a relief. But this Listen, we're gonna help you assist you understand and decipher these codes. So are you ready? Let's get a started. I'm very excited to teach you and understand these phrases Phrase number one is, I'm afraid we use it all of the time in different conversations. So this is used for politely telling someone something that might make them sad, disappointed or angry. For example, when you can't do what they want or don't agree with them, you can use this phrase. For example, things haven't bean going very well here. I'm afraid so. This is a very polite way to tell someone that something might make them sad, disappointed or angry, and we usually use it at the end off. Ah, phrases we usually is it at the end of the sentences and conversations, I'm afraid tomorrow the classes cancelled. OK, but it's better to say tomorrow. The classes canceled. I'm afraid so. You're telling something that might make them angry or set. But this is a very polite way. Number two. I can't happen thinking that I love this phrase, and I use it to my speech on conversations. I can't happen thinking that we use this for thoughts that you try to avoid, but they keep coming into your mind and you cannot control them. So usually say, I can't happen thinking that okay, I can't happen. Thinking for his number three, it's been keeping me up at night. It's been keeping me up at night, so use this when you are so worried about something that's you can sleep at night. So you should say it's been keeping me up at night. Yes, for example, you have a problem with your girlfriends with your wife, and you've been always thinking about this. You cannot sleep at night. If you'd say it's been keeping me up at night number for what if? What if? What if we say it fast? Like what if What if you can say what if, at the beginning of a question, when you ask about the consequences of something happening, especially something on desirable, something unpleasant. So for example. What if he comes late? What if he comes late? So I'm asking about the consequences off something happening. What if tomorrow rains? Yes. What if the exam is difficult? What if he ease an evil person? What if she's not a teacher? Yes. Number five. Who, Uh who? So who used when you are happy? That's something difficult or dangerous has finished or is not going to happen. Or we can use it when you are tired. Or huts when they are speaking about the weather, can say who? Yes, That's a very nice work. Thank goodness. Thank goodness. Something you say when you're happy because something bad didn't happen. For example, Thank God nobody was hurt in the accident. So thank God our thing Goodness are the same. There is no difference between these two phrases. Phrase number seven water belief. What a relief said upon hearing good news that makes someone stop to be worried about something. When you hear good news and you stop being worried about something you can say Oh, thank God. What a relief. Yes. Imagine you have a really difficult exam today on. You didn't study and you hear that the exam is delayed or canceled. What would you say? You say? Oh, what a relief phrase. Number eight, You had me worried for moments. You had me worried for a moment used for telling someone that you were worried by something they had said or done. But now you are nuts. And for his number nine, you have no idea what a relief it is. You have no idea what a relief it is. You can say this sentence when you no longer feel distressed or anxious When you have no stress and you're not anxious any more, you can say you have no idea what a relief it iss. Yes, you have no idea what a relief it iss. I love this sentence last phrase. That's a huge load off my mind. That's a huge load off my mind. It's an occasion when a problem that has been worrying use tops or is dealt with and finished. Then you can say, Oh, that's a huge load off my mind. Imagine you have many difficult final exams and you just finished them. So at the end, off everything you can say, Oh my God, that's a used load off my mind. So that's the end. And we learned 10 braids. Useful phrases to speak about actually really found stress. But don't worry. We're going to use these phrases in a real situations, a real context so you can understand al Arent and better. So let's jump to the next parts. 23. 5 conversations : so, guys, we're gonna use all of these phrases. We learned about stress and relief in different and really situation so you can understand them in context. So as you can see this girl, this woman, she's worried. She has a little stress. Sarah is a really good wife. Her husband took a trip to America, but he hasn't come back yet. So this problem has been keeping her up at night. Which means that she has this worry and stress and she cannot sleep at night. What if he never? What if he will never come back? That's what she's afraid off. So we use what if, when we are speaking about the consequences of something, what if he will never come back? That's actually one of the biggest problem is that she's facing here, and it has been keeping her ass nights here. Robin is a really beautiful girl. She loves her boyfriend hate. Her boyfriend had a really bad accident recently, so she thought he was going to die. But he didn't. Now she's happy and she said, Oh, that's a huge load off my mind whether we'll leave. You are really happy here because something bad didn't happen, and you can use this phrase that's a really huge load off my mind. What a relief. There is a conversation here between husband and wife, Husband says. Did you get your driving licence? Finally, And the wife answers. Oh yeah, you have no idea what a relief it iss on, the husband says. Great. So happy to hear that. You have no idea what a relief it ISS. It's express off happiness because actually, the bad luck that difficulties over and finished and now you feel really well. So that's the end. And we try to use some of these phrases and riel situations toe help you understand them in the next part. We're going to use these phrases in different clips and movies and see how native English speakers pronounce them. So let's jump to the next listen 24. 5 phrases in movies : Hello, welcome back. Are you guys ready to use these braces we learned about worry and stress in different clips and movies and see how native English speakers pronounce them. So I'm going to adjust our review them for you very fast. You can repeat these phrases after me. I'm afraid I can't happen thinking that it's been keeping me up at night. What if Wu thank goodness. What a real leave. You had me worried for a moment. You have no idea what a relief it is. That's a huge load of my mind. So that's it. Let's see how these phrases and sentences use in different clips and movies. Angel, get really dislike you honestly, it keeps me up at night. Those are the questions that keep me up at night. That keep me up at night. What if what if what if what if what if I videotaped? Thank goodness. What a relief for the really worried there for a minute. And you had me worried like, Oh my God, you have no idea what a huge molecule that is. Oh my God. You have no idea what a huge molecule that is. Oh my God. You have no idea what a huge relief that is. A load off my load off my mind. 25. 5 practice : So this is the last part on. This is the time to check yourself and see if you can still remember. Run. Understand these phrases. But if you have problems understanding, I remember these phrases. Police come back. Review those sprays. Is we learned in Actually listen number nine. So let me ask you the first question. What would you say if you can't sleep at night because you are very worried about something ? Can you remember? That's a really important and necessary sentence and phrase. We usually say, Yes, it's been keeping me up at night. It's been keeping me Are Bats Night, which means that you can honestly, but night because you are very worried. Question number two Imagine you have a really big problem that worries you, but then you realized it's solved. How would you describe your feeling your happiness? We can use three phrases to describe that you're happy because this problem is solved. Yes, we really say I have no idea what a relief it is, what a relief, or that's a huge load off my mind. We can use these three useful phrases to speak about the feeling good feeling you have after a big problem is solved. Question number three What if thoughts that you try to avoid? They keep coming into your mind and you cannot stop it. Ah, what would you say? Yes. You cannot control it. It's coming to you. We say I can't help thinking about this problem. I can't help thinking. I can't help thinking about this problem. I don't know what to do. So that is the end. And I hope you have enjoyed to this. Listen. Speaking of learning many great phrases about stress and worries please ask me your questions. I will be always there to answer your back. Thank you. 26. Test Your Listening : We learned ten great phrases for relieves and worries. Right? Now it's time to improve your listening. So my dear friends listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Plague N and C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. Having a night out or talk or my problem with my close friend helped me to get a load off my mind. Having a night out or talk or my problem with my close friend helped me to get a load off my mind. Final, I graduated from this university. You have no idea what a relief it is. Final. I graduated from this university. You have no idea what a relief it is. It was great to see that everyone had arrived safely. Oh, what a relief. It was great to see that everyone had arrived safely. Oh, what a relief. There was a fire on mammals grade, but no one was hurt. Thank goodness. There was a fire on Apple's grade, but no one was hurt. Thank goodness. I don't know how to pay up all these expensive bills. It's been keeping me up all night. I don't know how to pay up all these expensive bills. It's been keeping me up all night. I'm afraid that the application has been rejected due to a failure to provide adequate documentations. I'm afraid that the application has been rejected due to a failure to provide adequate documentations.