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Speaking English: Improve your Spoken English and learn many common phrases for communication

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Lessons in This Class

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

      2:05
    • 2. 1 You don't believe someone

      5:38
    • 3. 1 conversations

      2:05
    • 4. 1 phrases in movies

      2:05
    • 5. 1 practice

      1:56
    • 6. Listening stage

      2:39
    • 7. 2 Describe speaking

      5:13
    • 8. 2 conversations

      1:54
    • 9. 2 phrases in movies

      2:33
    • 10. 2 practice

      1:29
    • 11. Listening Improving

      2:22
    • 12. 3 facial expressions

      5:32
    • 13. 3 conversations

      1:50
    • 14. 3 phrases in movies

      2:12
    • 15. 3 practice

      1:44
    • 16. Listening Test

      2:33
    • 17. 4 describe offending

      7:38
    • 18. 4 conversation

      2:10
    • 19. 4 phrases in movies

      2:33
    • 20. 4 practice

      1:25
    • 21. Listening improvement

      2:34
    • 22. 5 bad travel experience

      5:40
    • 23. 5 conversations

      1:30
    • 24. 5 phrases in movies

      2:25
    • 25. Improving your Listening

      2:30
    • 26. 5 practice

      1:47
    • 27. 6 give people compliments

      3:41
    • 28. 6 conversations

      1:41
    • 29. 6 phrases in movies

      2:23
    • 30. 6 practice

      1:45
    • 31. Listening Practice stage

      2:24
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Are you tired of  learning English with old methods ?  

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Every lesson in this course is separated into 4 parts

  • Master 10 most common english phrases

  • Practice these phrases in real situations

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

Understand where and how to use them  and then

Use them in real life situations

And finally review and check yourself 

and the next speaking class for you is here 

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Mister Rabiey

✪ Cambridge Certified Tutor

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

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

My courses and classes will help you:See full profile

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1. Introduction : If you don't believe someone, what phrases you can use to express your feeling. You might say, you are stretching the truth or that's a bit of exaggeration. What's the difference between chatting, mumbling, rambling, or screaming? When you are having a bad travel experience. What common English phrases, you know, what's common English phrases you can use in such situations? The hotel is in the CD area. What does this phrase mean? In our guys speaking English well and fluently is a big challenge for some students. And sometimes you have to understand some common useful English phrases in order to communicate better. My dear friends in English, there are many common useful English phrases which you probably don't snow. And in this class we will teach and introduce some of the most common English phrases for every day live communication. In every lesson we will introduce ten comment useful phrases. In this class, we will cover topics and subjects such as not believing someone, describing speaking. Phrases about offending, common useful phrases about facial expressions. Gaming people compliments, bad and good travel experiences, et cetera. My dear friends, every lesson in this class includes three parts. In the first part, the phrases are used in a very fun, interesting conversation. So you can see how these phrases are used in a real conversation and they're real communication. And the second part, actually these phrases are reviewed in different clips and movies. And in the third stage, you can test and check yourself and see if you still can understand everything. So good luck adding many common useful English phrases to your English language. 2. 1 You don't believe someone : Hello, my dear friends. How worry it doing will come toe listen number 16 and other useful and helpful. Listen, that will teach you eight ways to say you don't believe someone. So what phrases do you use when you actually don't believe someone and this? Listen, we're gonna learn, and we're gonna get familiar with these useful phrases and sentences. So are you ready? Let's get a started. Um, already. And I'm very excited to teach you these phrases. Phrase number one. You're kidding, right? You're kidding. This is an informal way used when someone says something surprising or that seems as if it could not be serious or through. For example, he said he lost all the papers you gave him, and then you say You're kidding me. It means that you're surprised on. And so when you are surprised and informal way and you cannot believe something you can see you're kidding. Number two, you're pulling my legs, right? Which means you are lying to me. Mm. So to tease or joke with someone often by trying to convince him or hair of something on through, For example, you're giving me a car as a gift. Are you pulling my legs? Yeah, it was already lying to me. So are you trying to joke with me? I try to tease me, so that's a very nice phrase. Pres number three. That's a bit of an exaggeration. That's a bits of an exaggeration. So it's a slight exaggeration or a bit often exaggeration often use for saying that someone is exaggerating a lot and making something bigger than it's really is. So when you're trying to make something bigger than it really is, you can use this sentence that's a bit off an exaggeration, For example, Um, my brother says, Ah, that I can dance really well, but I reject it and I say, Oh, that's a bit of an exaggeration. He's trying to make it bigger than it really is. I'm not a really good dancer. Number four. He's scratching the truth stretch so stretched The truth means to say something that is not completely honest in order to make someone or something's seem better than it really is. For example, Ah, he was accused off stretching the truth about how much he had helped in the project, so actually he's not completely honest because he just want to make something looks better than it really is. So do not scratch the truth. Guys. Yes, number five he's being economic kill with the truth is being economical with the truth, economical with the truth used ah, euphemistically to describe a person or statement that lies or deliberately with holds information, for example, it was being economical with the truth. That's another useful and great phrase we can use sometimes to speak about. Ah, something that is euphemistically used. Number six, He's a story is fishy. His story is fishy. So ah, so special here seeming dishonest or false. So when I speak about something that seems dishonest or false, we can use the word fishy. For example, there is something fishy going on. Yes, there is something dishonest or falls going on, but I don't know what that is. We can use fishy for people to, for example, Jack, you look real official today. Yes, I think there is something wrong, and you're trying to hide something from me. Seven. That's an out right lie outright means clear, something that is transparent and obvious so you can use outright to describe behavior and actions that are open and direct rather than indirect. For example, it finally resorted to out light to an outright lie. Yes, so that's Ah, very clear lie, and everybody can noticed the last phrase that's a pack off lies. Yes, that's a pack of lies to be completely untrue. For example, the whole report is a pack of lies. Lies, yes, pack of life. Something is completely and 100% on true, so that's it. And these are eight nice, Anton says, Phrases we used to speak about something that you don't believe in or you can believe. Try to understand them and try to use them in everyday English conversations. That's one of the best way you can improve your English, and we're going to use some of these phrases and expressions in real situations. So let's job to the next listen 3. 1 conversations: So guys, we learn some phrases that we can use when you don't believe in somebody. And this is the time we use some of these phrases in real situation so you can understand them better. So here there's a conversation between Jack Hand Saara Subject says, um, pregnant. And sorrow answers. What's your pregnant? You're pulling my legs. That's an out right lie That's an outright lie. It's outright lies a clear and transparent and obvious like so I think Jack is just trying to cool hair, legs, Robin and Lily, Robin says. The truth is that my boyfriend can do, uh, things at the same time. He's talented, and Lily says, Come on. That's a bit of exaggeration. No one can do it. Ah, that's a bit of exaggeration. Which means that she's trying to make things bigger than it really is because nobody can do many things at the same time. May be, Ah, that's talented. Um, situation number three. Rachel and Ted. Rachel says I'm getting married next week. Ted answers. Oh, really? You're kidding. That's really great. I'm happy for you. You're kidding. So you're surprised. So when you are surprised, you can use the phrase. You're kidding. That's really great. When you cannot believe somebody and you're really surprised you can use this phrase. You're kidding. Or sometimes they say you're joking. Yes, that's it. So we tried to use ah these phrases in different situations for you, so you can understand them better. And in the next part, we're going to use, uh, all of these phrases in different movies and clips and see how native English speakers pronounce them. 4. 1 phrases in movies: So guys, as I told you, we're gonna use these phrases in different clips and movies. But before that, I'm going to repeat them for you as a fast review. Your carrot. Be these phrases after me as well. You're kidding. You're pulling my legs. That's a bit of an exaggeration. He's stretching the truth. He's being economical with the truth. He's still really is fishy. That's an outright lie. That's a pack of lies. So let's see how native English speakers pronounce them and use them in their own conversations. Enjoy it. You're kidding? You're kidding. You're kidding. Why do you think that? Usual but you're not pulling my leg. Your volleying by legs off. What does blended idea? That's a little bit of an exaggeration, but I see your point. That's a little bit of an exaggeration, but I see your point. That's a little bit of an exaggeration, but I see your point. Stretch the truth. Well, you are stretching the truth. Sir. I was so I stretch the truth on lead. Something is very fishy about this kidnap. Something about your star is seems fishy. Any told me back allies. And you told me pack allies. 5. 1 practice: So guys in this part, we're gonna actually check you and see if you can see. Remember, understand these raises. You can check yourself also and see if you can still remember and understand these phrases . But if you have problems understanding them, please come back and to review those phrases. So I'm gonna ask you some questions and you have some sick ends to answer my questions. Question number one. What do you want to say? That the story you are telling sounds not true. What phrase we can use to describe it. Can you remember it? Actually, we say, Yes, your story is fishy, Which means the Syria or telling us Sounds not true. Your story is fishy. Question number two. When someone says something that is bigger or better than it really is, how would you say it's actually we learned it and actually we talked about it. Can you remember it? Yes, we say that's a bit off exaggeration, or you are stretching the truth, which means you are trying to make something bigger or better than it. Really. ISS. That's a bit of exaggeration. You're stretching the truth. Question number three What if you don't believe something completely. What phrases can use. I think there are two sentences we can use to say that we don't believe something completely. Yes, we say That's an outright lie. Or that's a pack of lies. Which means you don't believe something completely. I hope you have answered my questions completely and correctly. If not, please go back and review those listens. Thank you. Goodbye. 6. Listening stage: We learned ten great ways to say that you don't believe someone. So guys, and this part, I want you to focus on your listening. So my dear friends, listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again as C That takes on the screen, and finally, check your answers. After the human resources manager performed a background check combat new applicant should realize his resume was a pack of lies. After the human resources manager performed a background check on that new applicant should realize his resume was a pack of lies. You saw barriers because a dinosaur come on, that's a bit of exaggeration. You saw barriers because a dynasty so her come on, that's a bit of exaggeration. Did you hear that sound? Gotta promoted to general manager. You're kidding me. This guy couldn't manage his way out of a paper bag. Did you hear that sound? Got a promoted to general manager. You're kidding me. This guy couldn't manage his way out of a paper bag. I don't know if you should sign that contract. It seems a bit fishy to me. I don't know if you should sign that contract. It seems a bit fishy to me. I wouldn't be searching bit true to say that our company has to be very successful, but we have managed to get by for the past few years. I wouldn't be searching bit true to say that our company has been very successful, but we have managed to get by for the past few years. I is where that guy is a famous bodybuilder. You're pulling my leg. I'm bigger than that guy. I is where that guy is a famous bodybuilder. You're pulling my leg. I'm bigger than that guy. 7. 2 Describe speaking : Hello, my dear friends. Welcome toe. Listen Number 18 and other useful helpful Listen with teaching you 10 words for described being speaking guests. We're gonna teach you some phrases to speak about speaking, speaking very loudly. Okay, So are you ready to learn these phrases I'm writing, excited to teach you and I don't know about you. You should get ready. Please focus and try to understand them, He yelled. He yelled, yelled means to shout something or to make a loud nose. Usually when you're angry in pain or excited. So in these kinds of situations, usually yell angry in pain or excited phrase. Number two, she screamed. She screamed, another synonym for yell, usually made by women and girls to cry or say something loudly and usually on high note, especially because of strong emotions such as fear, excitement or anger. So, guys, the point here yelled and screamed, are synonym and they are completely the same. But we use cream just for girls and women number three, I whispered. We spur. Whisper is spoke in an extremely quiet voice. For example, when you are in the class and your teacher is teaching you, we spare to your friends. You speak in a very quiet in a very quiet voice because you don't want your teacher to understand your conversations. Number four we chatted. Chat is another infirm away. Actually, four conversations. If you had an informal conversation with your friends, this is a kind of chatting. Okay, we are chatting. I'm chatting with my friends every day on the phone. We are speaking in an informal way. Number five, he mumbled, mumbled Mom, Bold is a spoke in a low voice, not clearly without opening. Ah, your mouth much. So this is a meaning off mumble speaking in a low voice, not clearly without opening your mouth. So in these kinds of situations, you can say that this guy mumbo number six my kids wind if you wind, especially as a as a child, you can play nor express disappointment or unhappiness repeatedly. And this is kind of annoying. Some Children always wine, which means they express their unhappiness or pita plea, and actually they make their parents angry. Phrase number seven. She rambled. She went on and on, rambled or to go on, and armies to talk too much without stopping. So if people ramble they speak too much and they don't stop. And actually, sometimes it's really bothering. Gonna know ink. It can move on your own there phrase number eight. She's Tammert, she stammered. Stammer means to speak or say something with unusual pauses or repeated sounds, either because off speech problems or because of fear or nervousness. So if you stammer, you just speak with unusual pauses or impeded sounds. So I think these people, sometimes they have thes speech problems. Or sometimes they are really, really afraid of something. That's why these tam er phrase number nine I snapped at my husband. So what's the meaning of Snap Stepneys to actually say a quick and angry remark? So she said a quick an angry remark at her husband. She must have been very, really angry here. ICUs on the last phrase, he muttered, he muttered. So muttered spoke in a low voice, usually making complains or negative comments. So I guess phrase number six and 10 are synonyms, wine and muttered. The only difference is that monitoring gays speaking in a low voice. But these two phrases wine and monitor. We can use both to speak about complaints and negative comments So here we learned, Tim. Great phrases and words vocabulary to speak about speaking Cloud Lee on to speak about different points. So we're gonna use them in real situation so you can understand them better. If you have any questions, please do not forget to let me know. Thank you. 8. 2 conversations: Okay, guys, they told you you were going to use these wars in real situations, so you can understand them better when they are used in the right context. So as you can see these two girls Ah, they are speaking very quietly. She's whispering to her sister not to speak loudly. She must be quietly, her father sleeping. So as I told you, we sparing Mr speaking very quietly in a very low voice. Here these friends are speaking about university. Actually, they are chatting. As you can remember, chatting means having an informal conversation. So one of them is rambling and she's talking too much. Yes, so talking too much When a person speaks too much, Targeted people always ramble. They go on and on and on, and they are sometimes very annoying. I myself always try to stay away from them. Here, this kid's eyes always whining Eso we use wine mostly uncommonly for kids, which means speaking too much in an unhappy way or in a complaint. Wait, I don't know what's her problem was the problem. She was screaming a few moments ago, screaming. We used this word scream just for girls and women. When they make loud voice when they speak loudly, so that's it. And we try to use thes words in real situations so you can understand the better. In the next part, we're going to see how native English speakers use. These were cavalries and words in different situations, so you can understand everything in a very useful and effective way. 9. 2 phrases in movies : So my dear friends, let's use these phrases and these words in different movies, films and scenes and see how English native speakers utilize them in their conversations. So I'm going to repeat these phrases very fast for you as a faster view. So you can repeat after me as well. He yelled. She screamed. I always parents. We chat it. He mumbled. My kids wind shear rambled. He went on and on. She's Tamar, er. I snap tap my husband. He monitored. So let's see how English native speakers use them and pronounce them in their conversations. Enjoy it. I yelled at me, screaming. Then she screened. She screamed. We were just chatting. Biotech. Can we chat for a second? Whenever chat anymore. Just mumble something and Italian. Yeah, it mumbled as lines that run all the time. He's mumbling. Mumbling. Right? Don't whine, just stop whining you. I rambled. I'm rambling. Snap, snap at me. I didn't snap at you. Snap at anyone or mottling. I don't know. Remodelling. I don't matter. Remodeling. I don't matter. 10. 2 practice : So guys is time to check yourself and see if you can still remember these phrases and words . Are you ready? I'm ready. So I'm gonna ask you these questions. You have some seconds to answer. My questions were you speak in a low voice, not clearly without opening your mouth much. What is a war to describe this? Remember you speaking low voice and it's not clear and without opening your mouth much Dad's ride. That's mumble mumble. For example, she mumbled Question number two. When someone talks too much without stopping, we usually say he what's Can you remember? Yes, well, you'll say she rambled. Yes, rambled Or she went on and on, which means people speak too much without stopping of. That's very and new ink. I can't usually ah, stand on. Tolerate these people. What is the informal conversation called in English? Yes, when you have informal conversation, casual conversation with your friends, what you usually say, we say chat, for example. Friends are chatting, which means they are having and formal conversation. So that is the end of this. Listen and I hope you have enjoyed it. Please let me know for any questions. Thank you. See you very soon. 11. Listening Improving : We learned ten words for describing speaking, right? So, and this part, I want you to practice your listening. So my dear friends listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Plague n as c that takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. I could hear Bill motoric something under his breath on the way back to his desk after his annual review. I could hear Bill motoric something under his breath all the way back to his desk after his annual review. She snapped at me when I suggested that she should take a break to focus on her kids. She snapped at me when I suggested that she should take a break to focus on her kids. He dialed my 99 and stammered his name and a price. Dial 999 and stammered his name and a trice. Alice, if you keep whining, I won't take you do understand? Alice? If you keep whining, I won't take you do understand? He talked too much, Bob. You just go on and on. Please stop rambling here. He talked too much, Bob. You just go on and on. Please stop rambling. He often mumbles and I never know what he's asking me. He often mumbles and I never know what he's asking me. 12. 3 facial expressions : Hello, my dear learners will come to listen. Number 19 and this. Listen, we're going to teach you some great useful phrases for facial expressions. Yes, when we want to speak about facial expressions, there are some capital res phrases and sentences that you need to know. And probably you don't have a lot of information about these facial expressions. But don't worry. I'm here to teach you all of these phrases. So let's start with the first phrase. She was beaming, beaming. She was beaming. Means she had a big, radiant smile and extremely happy. So when you have this big, radiant smile and you're extremely happy, you can use this word beam. So she was beaming. Yes, that's it. The kids were smiling from ear to ear. Smiling from ear to year is another expression to describe a big smile. So if somebody smiles from ear to ear, actually, it describes a big smile. Okay, actually, in these kinds of situations, people are very happy. They small from year to year sentence number three. He looked puzzled, puzzled. So I think you know what? How does puzzle look like rights? So the war positive means a little bit confused. So if a person looks puzzled, he looks very confused. He doesn't know what's happening. Number four, she grinned. Grin to Grady's to smile. However, a smile is always happy, whereas a grin can be used with other emotions like a sheepish grin, which means a person is embarrassed. Or an evil grain, which means a person is malicious or mischievous, is so we can use grain in different situations and for different emotions. Phrase number five. She winced when the doctor gave her an injection. Winds Twins is to get a quick expression off pain on your face. You can wins because of physical pain, as in this example of receiving an injection or emotional pain. Or sometimes we can use it for embarrassment. So in these kinds of situations, sometimes we say that you winced the very nice words, and we can use it in different painful situations. She gave me a dirty look. She gave me a dirty look at dirty look isn't something offensive. It is looking at the person in an angry way. Other ways to say this includes actually charity look OK, dare to look if somebody looks you looks at you in a really angry way. You can say that she or he gave me a dirty look like, for example, when you don't do your homework, your teacher might give you dare to look in the class is angry. Looks at you in a very angry way. Phrase number seven. She blushed. She blushed. So blushed is a red inning off the face as a sign off, embarrassment or shame. So when you're embarrassed or ashamed, so you have a red color on your face and that is blush. So she blushed. Number eight. Her eyes were glazed over glazed over. If your eyes are glazed over, it means that they are unfocused, as if you weren't seeing anything. People's eyes often glaze over after looking at a screen for a long time. So that's why we say their eyes were glazed over. Why love? Why the long face? Why the long face? You can ask this question to somebody who appears unhappy. It is a playful way to ask them why they are not happy. Okay, so why the long face? This is a very nice American expression, and I have actually noticed this expression in different clips and movies actor and actresses use it when they want to tell people why they are not happy. Why the long face and the last phrase hair expression was unreadable. Hair expression was incredible. Use this phrase when the person's face is neutral and doesn't reveal while they are thinking or what emotion they are feeling. So in these situations we can say that hair expression was unreadable or is unreadable. You cannot understand what kind of emotion they have on their face. So that is the end. And we learned 10 great freezes, expressions and sentences to speak about, actually. Ah, smiling. Ah, and facial expressions. I wish you have learned them in the next part. We're going to use some of these expressions and sentence says in different context in different sentences, so you can understand that better. But if you have any questions, please do not forget to let me now. Thank you 13. 3 conversations : So, guys, let's use these phrases. We learned about facial expressions in different contexts so you can understand them in riel situations. Are you ready? Let's get us started. So as you can see in this picture, she looks a little bit confused. I guess Sar can't remember where she put her keys. She looks a little bit pause, Aled, which means confused. Yes, she can find her keys here. You're going to see the two sisters. They are talking to each other. She gave her sister a dirty look and hair. Sister rejected her request. Then her sister rejected her request. So to give somebody a dirty loke means to give them an angry Lok rights because maybe she didn't let her sister plea with this iPad. There's a conversation here between Sorrow and Robin. Sorrow says. Why the long face? Which means why you are very sad, what happened to you. And then Robin answers. John broke up with me. I'm really down today, and she's very sad so we can use this phrase. Why the long face for those people who look not happy? So that's it. And we try to use these expressions and thes phrases in different situations, so you can understand them better for any questions. Please let me know. And in the next part we're going to use these phrases, all of them, and different clips movies and see how English native speakers pronounce them. So let's jump to the next parts. 14. 3 phrases in movies : Okay guys, now it's time to use these phrases. These were cavalry and words in different clips, movies, and see how native English speakers pronounce them. I'm just going to repeat these phrases very fast for you as a fast review, you can repeat after me. She was beaming. That kids who are smiling from ear to ear. He looked puzzled. Chagrined. Sheet wins to when the doctor gave her an injection. She gave me a dirty look. She blushed. Her eyes were a glazed over. Why the long face. Her expression was on a writable. That's it. And let's see how native English speakers use them in different conversations. Enjoy it. He was my father. He was proud as though he was being started convening. I know that grin. Give me a dirty look. Give me a 30 look. Give me a 30 look. He blushes. Shown as his eyes glaze over. His eyes, glaze over his eyes glaze over. 15. 3 practice : So, guys, it's time to check yourself and see if you can still remember these races. I'm gonna ask you some questions. You have some thickens to answer my questions. If you think you still cannot understand, I remember these raises. Please come back to review those listens. So question number one What is what is the other way to ask someone? Why are you sad or why you are not happy? What is the other way to say this? Yes, why you are sad or why you are not happy. That's right, we say. Why the long face? Why the long crease? Which means why you are not happy. That's perfect. Question number two What is the phrase to look at the person in an angry way? Yes, to look at a person in an angry way. That's right, to give somebody a dirty look, which means to look at somebody in an angry way. Question number three. What is the phrase when the person's face is neutral and doesn't reveal what they are thinking or what emotion they are feeling? Can you remember? Actually, we say Yes, Hair expressions is unready. Herbal. Her expression is unreadable, which means you cannot understand what they are thinking about. That's the end. I hope you have answered my questions correctly. If not, please go back and review those braces. And for any question, don't forget toe. Let me know. That's it. Thank you. See you over soon. 16. Listening Test: We learned ten phrases for facial expressions. All right, so are you ready to improve your speaking lists? Do it. 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. Hey, honey oil are in phase. I found out that I failed my math exam this morning. Hey, honey oil are in phase. I found out that I failed my math exam this morning. The lecture was so boring that every ones I started with glazing over about halfway through. The lecture was so boring that every ones I started with glazing over about halfway through. I blushed with embarrassment when the teacher caught me not paying attention in class on the year. Let me, I blushed with embarrassment when the teacher caught me not paying attention in class and the year, let me I got a really dirty look from the Madison The next to me when I started talking about politics. I gotta really dirty look from the mass. And the next to me when I started talking about politics. Tim was grading from here to a year when his bus praised him during the ceremony. Tim was grading from here to a year when his bus praised him during the ceremony. That gives running around from beach and a happy frenzy. Both of them smiling from ear to ear. That gives running around from beach and a happy frenzy. Both of them smiling from ear to ear. 17. 4 describe offending : Hello, my dear friends. How are you? I wish everything is going well. For you will come to this new listen. And in this lesson, we will teach you 10 phrases to describe offending or upsetting people. So what phrases do you know about offending, insulting and upsetting people? I'm gonna teach you some phrases you can use When somebody offends you are upsets you. And these phrases are really useful. We use them in everyday English conversations. Are you ready? Let's get a started. So try to focus and try to understand these phrases. Okay, Now let's get a started phrase number one. They got off on the wrong vote. They got off on the wrong felt. So when people get off on the wrong votes, actually Ah, when they first met, they didn't get along. Exactly. So when people, uh, first meets and they don't get along, they don't like each other. You can say that They got off on the wrong vote. Like, for example, you just met your new friend. No classmates. And you didn't like her because she has strange behaviors and you guys is in click. So you can say that you got off on the wrong vote. That's a very nice one, and you don't like to meet her. Maybe again. For his number two, he got on the teachers bad side. I love this phrase to get on the teachers bad side. So the definition off some Munns good and bad side. So that means doing things that cause someone toe like or dislike one. For example, she tries to keep or we can say, Stay on hair boss good side by finishing all of her work on time. So she's trying to make her bus like her. She's trying to get on the teachers. Good site here. And there's another example. Trust meat. You don't want to get on his bad side. You don't want her. You don't want him to dislike you. So, guys, if you want your teacher toe, loves you, likes you. Please do your homework and get on. He's good side. Don't get on his bad side phrase. Number three. The useful one. She took offense at this comment. She took offense. So if someone takes offends at something you say, or do they feel upsets often unnecessarily because they think you are being grew to them? okay, For example, she never takes offence at anything. So do not take offends at your friend's Wars and Commons do not feel upsets, and this is an unnecessarily upset because they think that they are being rude to you. Number four, he has a chip on his shoulder. He has a chip on his shoulder. He is easily offended. So if somebody has a chip on his shoulder, he's easily offended to seem angry all the time because you think you have bean treated unfairly or feel you are not as good as other people. So these kinds of people that they think that they have bean treated unfairly or they think that they're not good at as good as other people. They always have this chip on their shoulders, OK, and they are easily offended. They are very, very sensitive people, and we should stay away from them. Number five. He got bent out of shape. He got bent out of shape. So do you know the meaning of this phrase to take actually offense if somebody ah gets bent out of shape means he takes offense to become angry, agitated or upsets? Ah, for example, they stopped inviting him to the gatherings, and he really got bent out of shape about it, OK? He became angry, upset, and he took it as an offense that sits six. She left in this huff she left in the huff. Ah, if somebody is left in the half, it means that they are feeling angry and upsets. For example, when Julia criticized his art girl, Aldo left in a huff, he became angry and upset. So this is a really nice phrase you can use for those people who are very sensitive. And you cannot criticize them, because if you criticize them, you they become angry and upset. Number seven, she got her panties in a wet. I don't think you have heard this phrase, but, ah, some American and English people use it when they are actually angry and upset. So panties in a wahed means upset or angry. This is used on men or women, but smart, derogatory men when used on a men. So, for example, he said something she didn't like and she got her little panties in a wet. She got her little panties in a wad, which means she became angry on opposites. Okay, That's a very nice one. First number eight, he has a short fuse, which means he gets angry easily. So if somebody has a short fuse, it means that they get angry very, very easily, and we should not actually upset these people. Phrase number nine. She dissed my mother. She dissed my mother, which means she insulted or she disrespected my mother. So if somebody dis you, they disrespect you. Andi, Actually, we should not talk to them. We should Ah, stop meeting these people on the last phrase. He got his nose out of joint and got his nose out of joint, which means to be upset or irritated, especially when displaced by someone. For example, ever since she Leah got promoted, he's had his nose out of joint. So, guys, we use this phrase, especially when ah, you are displaced by someone. Or if somebody gets promotion and you feel jealous, so you feel kind of upset or irritated. So these kinds of situations, we can say that she got or he got his nose out of joint. So this is the end. I know that it's difficult for you to remember these raises, but don't worry because I'm going to use these phrases in riel situations for you, and we're going to use them in different clips and movies so you can remember them. But please write down these phrases on the piece of paper, tried to use them in your everyday conversation and for any questions, I will be always there. Thank you. 18. 4 conversation : Hello, everybody, Welcome back and this is the time we should use these expressions. We learn to describe offending and different context and different sentences on different situations so you can understand them better. Here. There's a conversation between Jack Cantet So Jack and Ted just met each other a few days ago, but seems like they can get along. I think they got off on the wrong foot. So as I told you, when people get off on the wrongful, they cannot actually click. Can get along in the first meeting. So they got off on their wrong photo, Unfortunately, so they should not meet each other. I guess so. The congressman is speaking here, so he got bent out of shape when he heard he was fired. He was really sad. So he was really angry. He got bent out of shape. So this guy gets anger easily. He has a short fuse. As I told you, people with a short fuse, they get angry easily and they are very, very, very sensitive. Situation number three. There is a conversation here between mother and the daughter. So the mother says to the daughter to clean the house like us. So when her mother told her to clean the Rome she rejected and she got her panties in a wad , she became really upset. So she dissed her mother, which means she disrespected her mother. And she is very disrespectful. Okay. She dissed her mother. She disrespected or sometimes insulted her mother. Okay, I think she must be punished because we should never ah, disrespect our parents, right? That's it. Okay, guys, we try to use some of these phrases in real situations for you, so you can understand them better. In the next video, we will try to use these races and different clips and movies and see how Native English speakers pronounce them. So let's jump to the next part. 19. 4 phrases in movies : Hello everybody. This is the time as I told you, we're going to use these expressions, these phrases we learned about defending and different movies clips. So let's see how native English speakers pronounce them and use them in real situations. So I'm going to just read these phrases really fast for you. As a fast review, you can repeat after me if you want. So let's get started. They got off on the wrong phot. He got on the teachers bad side. She took offense. And this comment, he has a chip on his shoulder. He got bent out of shape. She left in the half. She got her panties in a wet. He has a short fuse. She'd this my mother. He got his nose out of joint. So guys, let's see how native English speakers per announced them and use them in their English daily conversations. Enjoy it. I think we got off on the wrong foot. I know we got off from the wrong way. I've got off on the wrong foot bed. They got off on the wrong foot. My that side. I'm on the bad side. Took offense. Offense. Offense. Kids got a chip on his shoulder 23. Kids got a chip on his shoulder. 23. And you have a chip on your shoulder? A sweetheart, don't get your peonies all up in a wide. Don't get your pan is in a wad. I guess you could say Sharon, Sharp views sounds like he's got a short years. Apparently he also has a short fuse. Look at that monster or somebody's nose, we will have a joint, or somebody's nose, we're gonna have a joy, or somebody's nose, we've got our joy. 20. 4 practice : Welcome back, guys. This is the last part in this part. You can check yourself and see if you can see. Remember, understand these phrases so you have some sick instruments on my question. If you cannot stay, remember and answer these questions, please go back and review those phrases, and I will be always there for any question. Question Number one. What phrase we can use to describe someone who gets angry easily. Can you remember? Yes, we say he has assured Fuse the person who gets angry easily. Very sensitive person. Question number two. What phrase we can use to describe someone who is opposite and angry. A person who is angry. Upsets irritated. There are two freezes. That's right. We say she's lift in the huff. Or she got her panties in Wad. She got her panties in Wahed, which means she's angry and upset. The last question to seem angry all the time because you think you have Bean treated unfairly or feel you are not as good as other people. What is a phrase for that? That's right. We say he has a chip on his shoulder. I think we should not go out with these people because they can always spoil your fun 21. Listening improvement : We learn many great phrases to describe offending or upsetting people. 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 and as C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. Yeah, she's got her nose out of joint one. I don't think I said in a thing that offensive. Yeah. She's got her nose out of joint one, I don't think I said in a thing that offensive. These two rappers always seem to be missing each other on Twitter. These two rappers always seem to be missing each other on Twitter. I'm usually pretty cool person, but whenever I start driving, I find I have such a short fuse. I'm usually pretty calm person, but whenever I start driving, I find I have such a short fuse. I know we got off on the wrong foot when I was a half-hour late to the interview. But I promised that I will always be on Taiwan, so I start working here. I know we got off on the wrong foot when I was a half hour late to the interview. But I promised that I will always be on time once I start working here. Don't get all bent out of shape. I'm sure she didn't mean to insult you. Don't get all bent out of shape. I'm sure she didn't mean to insult you. In my opinion, people are getting their panties and it will add over this election. In my opinion, people are getting their panties and at rad over this election. 22. 5 bad travel experience: Hello, my dear friends that were you doing will come to listen. Number 20 one and this. Listen, like always. We're going to teach you some great phrases for bad travel experiences. Everybody experiences these things on the way from his home to different destinations. And they were gonna teach you these expressions. Thes e diem's who use for bad travel experiences. So are you ready? That's great. Let's get started. Frieze number one, my flight waas over. Booked overbooked here means there were too many passengers and not enough seats. So sometimes you can say this. Ah, word overbooked for hotel for different places. Which means that the tickets are all taken and they're not enough seats and place for you. Unfortunately, and that's really bad because you have to may be delay your flight or choose a different plane expression and ah, actually sentenced number two. My flight was delayed and canceled. Ah, you guys probably know the meaning off delayed or canceled. So delayed is a parade of time by which something is late or postponed. And you have to wait for several hours in that Ah, maybe airports. And that's really boring and tiring. Sometimes some people prefer to taken happen, Sleep like me Number three My luggage Waas lost my luggage Waas lost. So luggage is suitcases or other bags and wish toe Pack your personal belongings for traveling So when you travel to other places other countries other cities usually take your luggage and you usually save and keep your personal stuff in the luggage So we call them Yes, luggage Frieze number four I was jet lagged. Jetlag jit lack means actually Ah, I felt tired because of the time zoom differences between my origen Andi destination. So sometimes you feel tired on your plane on the fly traveling form on place to another place just because of the time soon's differences. So in these kinds, off situations and moments, you feel jet lacked and you can say I am jet lagged or I watch it lacked number five. My hotel was in a seedy area so seedy hear me is possibly unsafe. Okay, CD means not safe. So sometimes your hotel in this seedy area unsafe area. That's very dangerous because we cannot Ross people Andi don't know the neighborhood, the area, the city. So that's sometimes a little bit dangerous and phrase number six sentence number six. I was mugged. You know, the meaning of Mark Mug is something that we use. It's a glass, a bee glass. We use tutoring quarter with so called Mike. But Mark here used as a verb, which means robbed. So I was Mike because I was a wrapped, especially on this street. So if somebody steals something or rob something from you on this breed, you can see I was monk, especially when you travel to other countries. Other places. Sometimes you face some bats, people, evil people and they steal something from you. The weather was miserable, which means the weather was terrible. Maybe the weather waas Really windy, snowy or rainy. I got the runs. So Ron's here means diarrhea, the discharge of your bailey and stomach. So you start to feel sick. Sometimes you eat in appropriate food. Um, you start to feel to get their wrongs. You start to get the diarrhea and you have to visit the doctor immediately after that, the place was a tourist trap. So tourist trap made on Lee for tourists and this is not authentic place. So if you say the place was tourist rack means it was a kind off plays just made for tourist, and this is not actually a local place. That authentic place. I couldn't wait to get back home. Sometimes when you travel to other countries, you don't feel really well or you don't have a good experience and you just want to come back, confessed. So in these moments, you can say I couldn't wait to get back home. Okay, you just want to come back. So that's it. And we learn 10 greats, phrases, sentences we use in everyday life when we have bad experiences on our way, When we have bad experiences traveling and taking a trip to different places, we can use them, and we're going to use these phrases in riel situations so you can understand them better. So let's jump to the next part 23. 5 conversations : Okay, everybody, We learned many phrases about bad travel experiences, and this is the time we use. This phrase is in real situations. As you can see in this picture, I think the flight is delayed or cancelled, maybe because of this guy's sleeping. So Peter was really tired after spending more than eight hours on his flight. Ah, he's definitely Jit Link. As I told you guys, Jet lacked is a kind of tired ness you experienced, especially when there is difference in time zones here to travel to a new place. But the place waas a tourist trap. Unfortunately, it's a tourist trap means that plays just made for tourist people. Okay, and this place is not local or authentic. This hotel is in a seedy area, which means in a dangerous and unsafe area. So this is not suitable place to say you may get mind. As I told you, Mark means robbed on the street. So we try to use some of these phrases in real situations for you, so you can understand them better on the next part. Where gun It was all of these phrases in different clips and movies and see how native English speakers pronounce them 24. 5 phrases in movies : Now it's time to use these phrases and different clips and different movies. But before that, let me repeat these phrases very fast for you. Just as a review. So you can have arrived fast review or remember them. So you can repeat the phrases after me. My flight was over booked. My flight was delayed or canceled. My luggage was lost. I was jet-lagged. My hotel was in a CD area. I was mugged. The weather was miserable. I've got the wrong hands. Place was a tourist trap. I couldn't wait to get back home. So let's see how native English speakers use them in different English conversations and let's see how they pronounce them. Enjoy it. It was in Chicago, fly was on a book cover, but this flag tells a report. I texted you. My flight was delayed. I just got all this flight was delayed. And you guys lost my luggage. You guys lost my luggage and you guys lost my luggage. Like to get out, but I like to get out and you have a day. I was mugged by what I'm pretty sure. But on the way, I was marred by I was mugged. Yeah. I got it runs. I got the runs. I got the runs. Tourist traps. You will hit all the tourist traps. Tourist trap. I couldn't wait to get home last night when I couldn't wait to get home last night. 25. Improving your Listening : We learned ten phrases for bad travel experiences. 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 and as C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. There are some fun things to do there for sure, but for how much they charge you just to get into the park. It's really turned into a big tourist trap. There are some fun things to do there for sure, but for how much they charge you just to get into the park. It's really turn it into a big tourist trap. After being cropped in an apartment for the errors, our dog loves getting the wrong outfit, big backyard at our house. After being cropped in that apartment for any errors, our dog loves getting the wrong up that big backyard at our new house. That was a terrible experience we had back then, you know, that whether it was miserable, that was a terrible experience we had back then, you know, that we're there was miserable. He didn't like the look of this CD characters who were hanging around outside the bar. He didn't like the look of this CD characters who were hanging around outside the bar. I just filled to jet-lagged to go out. Can we please put it off to a later time? I just feel too jet-lagged to go out. Can we please put it off to a later time? Over 10 thousand customers that have been mugged off by the fragile and investment firm. Over 10 thousand customers have been mugged off by that fragile and investment firm. 26. 5 practice : So this is the last part on this part. As you know, like always. I'm gonna check you and you can test yourself and check yourself and see if you can still remember these phrases. So I'm gonna ask you a question and then you have some seconds to answer my question. So what would you say when there are many passengers are not enough seat for you. So how would you describe this? Do you remember? That's right. We say my flight is overbooked, which means there are too many passengers are not enough seat for you. And all of the tickets are taken. What do you call a person? Sorry. What do you call a place that's on Lee made for tourists. And so do you know that's writes? We say this place is a tourist trap. The places tourist truck, Which means this place is not authentic. And it's just for tourists. Last question. What if someone robs you on the streets? Ah, what would you say? Do you remember? What if somebody robs you on the street? Yes, that's right. Will say I got marked or i waas miked. We use marked, which means I was actually robbed on the streets. So that's it. I hope you have azar my questions. But if not, please go back to review these phrases and do not forget to ask me your questions. I will be always there to answer questions. Thank you. See you in the next lesson. 27. 6 give people compliments: Hello, my dear friends will come to listen. Number 22 in this. Listen, we're gonna teach us some phrases. Speaking about compliments. Yes, Compliments that are some phrases we can use for compliments. We can use it for appearance for look, for personality, for everything. Actually, I'm gonna teach you these phrases. So are you ready? I'm really excited to teach you these phrases. Please focus on. Try to understand them. The first phrase. You look nice. You look amazing. So this phrase is usually used for various spatial occasions. Like when someone is dress in especially elegant clothing for a formal banquet. We can say that you look nice and you look amazing. Okay, so we use this for special occasions Special when somebody is dressing a really elegant way . Number two. What a beautiful necklace. What a beautiful dress. So this is used for complementing the percent's appearance. We can use it for everything. Okay. What a beautiful hats. What a beautiful ring. Ah, what a beautiful scarf. So we can use it for one person's appearance. I like your shirt, shoes, haircut. This is a very simple sentence that you like somebody's shirt. This is a very simple compliment. Also used for complementing person's appearance. The lasagna is delicious. Okay, this is used for complimenting a person's cooking. The hot dog pizza is delicious. Is yummy, Tasty. This is another way to complement a person's cooking, which is really simple. You're a fantastic cook. This is used for complimenting a person's cooking. We use the word fantastic, which means excellent on perfect. You're a fantastic cook. You're a perfect cook. My compliments to the chef. I love this sentence. People use the phrase compliments to the chef after enjoying a good meal. So after you have enjoyed a great meal and you found it really tasty and delicious, you can say my compliments to the chef phrase. Number seven. What a nice apartment. What a nice apartment. This is used for complimenting a person's home. What a nice apartment. What a beautiful apartment. He can use different adjectives. What? Ah, fantastic apartment. What a wonderful apartment! Or what a nice house. You have a beautiful home. Also used for complimenting a person's home. You have a beautiful, nice, great big home. She he's so cute. This is used for complimenting a person's Children. Sometimes you visit your relatives, your acquaintances, and you can tell them she's so cute, which means it's referring to their Children. Or you can say your kids are a lot of fun. Your kids are a lot of fun, also used for complementing persons Children. So here we learned 10 simple, great useful sentences for compliments, and you can use them in different situations. When you want to give people a compliment in the next part, we're going to use some of these phrases in real situation so you can understand them better. 28. 6 conversations : So, guys, let's use some of these phrases in riel situations. As you can see here, the husband and the wife they are having launch or dinner, and the weather is rainy. I guess those husband says, Oh my God, this food is delicious. You're a fantastic cook. So as you can see, he's making compliments about the food. And he's making compliments about the cook, which is his wife. The wife answers back. Oh, thank you, dear. I know What's your favorite food and what's your favorite tastes? That's a good husband, Jack and Sora, Jack says. What a beautiful shirt. You're really amazing today. You really look amazing today. Sorrow. So he's trying to make a compliment about Sarah's shirt. What a beautiful shirt. What a fantastic shirt. You really look amazing today, and sorrow says, Oh, thanks, that's really kind of you. I think they are a girlfriend and boyfriend. Maybe Jack comes to sorrows New place, and he says it's a nice place. What a nice apartment and Sorrow says. Oh, thanks, yeah, it's a beautiful place. What a nice apartment is one of the best way you can make a compliment about one person's house with a nice apartment. That's it. And in the next part, as you know, we're gonna use all of these phrases and different clips and boobies and see how native English speakers ive compliments. 29. 6 phrases in movies : Guys, as I told you, let's see how native English speakers use these phrases in their conversations in their everyday life. Actually, let's see how native English speakers per announced them in different clips and movies. So I'm just going to review and repeat them fast for you. You can repeat the phrases after me. You look nice. You look amazing. What a beautiful necklace. I like your shirt. The lasagna is delicious. You're a fantastic cook. My compliments to the chef. What a nice apartment. You have a beautiful home. She's so cute. You're kids are a lot of fun. So now are you ready to see how these phrases are used in different clips by the movies? Let's get started. Amazing. Amazing or you look amazing. Amazing. You look so well. What a beautiful dress. Hi, what a beautiful dress. She made Lasagna, The other make. Delicious, delicious. She's a fantastic book. It's a fantastic book. My compliments to the chef. My complements is ECF. It's such a beautiful home. Oh, you have a whole lot of fun. A lot of fun. A lot of fun. 30. 6 practice : So, my dear friends, this is the last part. And here you can check yourself and see if you can see, remember and understand thes phrases. Are you ready? If yes, let's get a start it So Question number one. What phrases we use for a compliment for complimenting a person's appearance. Can you say them? There are two phrases or three phrases we can use to complement a person's appearance. You look amazing. What a beautiful dress. I like your hair cuts so you can use thes three phrases to complement a person's appearance . You look amazing. You look wonderful. What have you What a beautiful dress. What a beautiful hats. I like your hair cut. I like your shirt. Question number two. What phrases we use for complimenting a person's cooking. That's right. We say the food is delicious or you are a fantastic cook. And sometimes we say my compliments to the chef. My compliments to the chef. Actually, we say it after you have enjoyed the food question Number three. What phrases we use for complementing get persons. Children. There are two phrases. Can you remember them? That's right, we say she's so cute. Are your kids are a lot of fun. Your kids are a lot of fun. So that's it. I hope you have answered my questions correctly. But if not, please come back and review these sentences and for any questions, I will be always there to answer your back. Thank you. 31. Listening Practice stage : We learn tank great phrases for compliments, yes, complements. It's time to improve your listening. So my dear friends, listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again as C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. I haven't me, people like you guys, you kids are a lot of fun. We should spend more time together. I haven't made people like you guys, you kids are a lot of fun. We should spend more time together. Wow, this code is out of this world. My compliments to the chef. Wow, this code is out of this world. My compliments to the chef. Mom, There's no doubt that you are a fantastic cook. The taste of the food is brilliant and unique. Mom, There's no doubt that you are a fantastic cook. The taste of the food is brilliant and unique. What a beautiful, luxurious Nicholas, where did you get it? It really looks perfect on your neck. What a beautiful, luxurious Nicholas, What is your get it. It really looks perfect on your neck. You look amazing today, man. You look really has him a neat love the quote you're aware, I think you'll look amazing today, man. You'll agree really has him a neat, loved the quote, you're aware, I think. Why a nice apartment? You've got a great taste in choosing the right place for living. Why a nice apartment? You've got a great taste in choosing the right place for living.