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"count on" | English Vocabulary BOOST + Quiz

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7 Lessons (1h 9m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:40
    • 2. Lesson Information

      2:27
    • 3. Explain the Idiom

      6:19
    • 4. Describe & Summarize the Picture

      8:11
    • 5. Create a Conversation

      4:12
    • 6. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases

      24:05
    • 7. Quiz & Review

      21:52
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IN THIS LESSON, we use an idiom frequently spoken by native English speakers as a foundation to:

• Improve your English vocabulary
• Sharpen your English communication skills
• Increase your English grammar proficiency

THIS LESSON HAS FIVE (5) SECTIONS:

(1) Introduce and explain a useful English idiom
(2) Describe and summarize an interesting picture
(3) Create a conversation using the picture and the idiom
(4) Analyze the conversation and use EXTRA images to explore important vocabulary and phrases
(5) Test your understanding with a QUIZ and explain the correct AND incorrect answers

THIS LESSON WILL:

• Boost your proficiency with important English vocabulary and phrases
• Improve your understanding and capacity to utilize a commonly used English idiom
• Increase your overall vocabulary by learning alternative ways to say essential words and phrases
• Improve your English grammar by using active grammar and English that is relevant to daily life
• Increase your confidence and ability to communicate using the English language

LET'S HAVE SOME FUN AS YOU EXPAND YOUR VOCABULARY AND BECOME MORE FLUENT IN ENGLISH.

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This class was taught LIVE to students from around the world. Throughout the lesson, I respond to their comments and questions. Enjoy!

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1. Introduction: Anna probably has a very high opinion of herself. She's really think she's top dog. We could say she thinks she's incredible. All right, so here we go. Let's take a look. I'm pretty awesome. So if we look at the pictures looking at people like, Yeah, I'm cool. I'm awesome. I'm wonderful. Right? Okay, So I'm gonna try not to use the same words that we use before because most of them would work, right? I'm amazing. I'm unbelievable. I'm magnificent. I'm the best. Wait. Even better, I'm the coolest. Mm. Because we have, ah, high opinion, right? We think we're awesome. All right. And another one. I'm very enlightened. All right. Enlightened usually means that maybe you have the correct information. You also have a clear set of goals. You know what you're going to do and you're focused and you're heading toward it. Number three. Ah, the guy with the hat, he's back. All right, here we go. We can say the guy wearing the hat below feels a audacious be content. See? Confident or d uncomfortable. Let's play the music 2. Lesson Information: welcome to another live English lesson. All right, so today, in this lesson, we're gonna focus on the idiom Count on. We're also gonna do conversation, vocabulary and my favorite. A quiz. Okay, so let's take a look. What are we doing in this live English lesson? Well, it's live. I'm coming to you live. And maybe an important question is what are we studying, huh? Well, in this English lesson, we're going to talk about an idiom, describe and summarize a picture. We're gonna use the picture and the idiom to create a conversation. Uh, Olga spent. Tova says, Hello. Your live. I am live. You okay? We're going to use pictures to explain the vocabulary and phrases in the conversation. And let's see. Well, last but not least, we're going to test you with a quiz. That's right. I like quizzes. I have my glasses. So we're going to do a quiz. All right? People are joining. Ah Mahmood says hello. Maria Antonietta says Hello, Mahmoud. Let's go for today's lesson. You me says hey, natural. Okay. Hello? All right. So let's take a quick peek and some of the stuff we're going to cover today. All right? Well, some of the vocabulary. We're going to talk about some beverages we're gonna talk about. He let us down, and I'm gonna give you other ways to say this. This is the picture we're going to use who as inspiration, How lovely. We're going to summarize the picture, and we're also going to create a conversation using the idiom and the picture. Wonderful. We're gonna talk about the phrase you're the greatest. I'll give you other ways to say that. Also you I'm pretty awesome. What do you mean? I can count on you? This is getting awkward. And my earphone just fell out. This is getting awkward, Okay? And of course, we're gonna do the quiz, So I think we'd better jump in and get started. 3. Explain the Idiom: Let's start with the idiom. Count on. Okay. All right. Here we go. So we can use the idiom Count on when you are able to depend on someone or something. We're talking about a good level of trust. You trust someone or something? Maybe it's if it's something it could be like. I can count on the seven train to always arrive on time, right? Or it can be a someone, a person I can trust in them. They will always be there for me. Alright, Devran. Keskin says hello. Hello. Welcome. And you can also use count on when you expect or think something will happen. We can count on our neighbors being extra loud on Friday night because they always have a party every week. All right, so that's count on. That's the idiom Count on. It's very, very common to use countdown. Okay, so let's see an example. Here we go. We thought we could We could count on Henry to bring the beverages, but he let us down. Um, we can't count on him for anything. Once again, we thought we could count on Henry to bring the beverages, but he let us down. We can't count on him for anything. Well, let's take a look. Count on here. We thought we could, uh, trust, right. We thought we could depend on Henry to bring the beverages, but he let us down. We can't count on him for anything. I see different. Keskin says, like base on. Ah, well, I base my trust on your history of always doing things on time. So it's similar. Yeah, it's not exactly the same, but it's similar. So it's It's along the right path. All right. So we can't count on him for anything. We can't depend on him. We can't trust on him. Trust him. Okay, so let's take a look at the word beverages. I'm quite sure you know what it means, but let's take a look anyway, So beverages can be wow. Quite a lot of things. When I hear the word beverages, it can be pretty much anything that you drink, right? So it could be drinks. It could be cocktails. Cocktails are just an alcoholic drink. Maybe they're mixed with some sort of fruit juice or fruit. Something like that, Right. Some other beverages. You could also call them refreshment. We went to the party. And the first thing they did was serve refreshments, Right? Something to kind of get it in your mouth. You can carry it around while you talk, and if you're thirsty, you can drink something. All right, so then they some examples of beverages, Or if referent refreshments could be soda, maybe pop juice. Uh, coffee t milk, right? Kind of anything that's liquid. And that you can drink is a beverage. Good. Wonderful. All right. The other thing we're gonna talk about in this example is he let us down. Uh huh. Who in the comment? Maria on Ceneta says I can count on Michael for my English. Who? That's a nice compliment. Thank you very much. I like it. Leah Huda says hi. Say hello. All right. So let's take a look. What does it mean? He let us down? And I think Mom would already said he's not reliable anymore. Right. Let's take look. What does it mean? He let us down? Eso Here are some other ways to say he let us down. And if you look at the pictures, everyone is like, uh all right. Then they don't look too happy. There. We go. He let us down. He disappointed us, right? And I think there to tease in there yet Or two peas? Yep. He disappointed us. He displeased us. So he did something that, uh, we don't like. Right in the example, he didn't bring the beverages. I don't think we like that. All right, so he displeased us. Ah. Yep. Mahmoud says disappointed us. That's right. Hana Haneen says Hi, everyone. Hello. Hello and welcome. So another way to say he let us down. You could say he dashed our hopes. All right. Dashed is similar to like he destroyed. He crushed. Ah, he annihilated our hopes, right? So we had hopes that something would happen and he crashed our hopes. Alright? And here's another one. E dampened our spirits. Now, this was not exactly super similar, but it's the right idea. Because if someone lets you down, you're probably disappointed, right? So you had hope something was gonna happen. But if they dampen your spirits, it's like I have good energy. Have good. What? They're not coming. What? They're not bringing the beverages. They said they are. I'm so disappointed. So suddenly you're spirits go down. So if something is dampened. It's like it loses its intensity. It goes down and you're like, Ah, I'm so disappointed. I see different Keskin. He makes us sad. You let us down? Yes. Maybe he does make us said it is frustrating. Okay, once again, ADM count on your able to depend on someone or something you can trust in them or you expect or think something will happen. Like I can count on the train arriving tomorrow morning, right at 7 a.m. Because it's done the same thing for the last five years. Okay, And here is the example. Once again, we thought we could count on Henry to bring the beverages, but he let us down. We thought we could depend on Henry. We thought we could trust in Henry, but he disappointed us. He let us down. We can't count on him for anything. Yeah, Okay, 4. Describe & Summarize the Picture: Let's take a look at the picture off. We have Paul and we have Anna so nice. OK, so I'm going to describe the picture, and I'm gonna use a little bit more detail before we summarize it. And if you guys want to put in comments as well, uh, to help me describe the picture, that would be great. So I'm going to start with the environment, the location, Um, I usually start with big, and then I go small, so big details and then go to the smaller details. So here we go. I would say the location is outside. It's wintertime, huh? Liotta says. Couples in love. Mom, who says Full of emotions and love it is you. Me says I'm stuck on the picture. Okay, so we're outside and it looks like it's winter time because it's snowing, right? I'm also going to say I think it's nighttime in a city and, uh, causes a darker sky. But once you're in a city with a lot of people, there's something that's called light pollution, right, and it just means that there are a lot of lights shining at night time, so it's still even though it's nighttime. It's still kind of bright out because there are a lot of lights behind them. It looks like the window to maybe a store or a restaurant, and I think it says 10 57. Maybe that's the number of the address. All right, Lia Huda says, It's Christmas Eve. Maybe in love is the present. Love is the Christmas present. All right, so those are the big details, the environment, the location. Now let's get to the juicy details we have. Paul. We have Anna and their both dressed for winter, right? So he has Ah ah, long brown coat. And it's kind of Ah, regular brown color. He's also wearing a green stocking hat. You can say, um, maybe a woolen cap or a stocking hacked, and she's wearing it. Looks like a black stocking happens. Hadas. Well, looks like she has a black winter coat on. Uh, and how do we describe their position? We could say they are embracing. They are hugging each other, right, and they're not standing straight up. It looks like Paul is leaning over towards Anna, and Anna is leaning back because she's just like, Ah, Paul, I love you so much, and we could say they are staring deep deeply into each other's eyes. Uh, Mahmoud says, cuddling. Sure, Mahmoud says An auburn coat. Okay, you may says something like a cafe behind them. Sure, maybe they're out walking on the street. It's wintertime, and there may be about to go in the cafe or they just left the cafe. Ah, Leo Huda says. They just got married and they're on their honeymoon. So nice. All right, If you ask me, I would say their age. I'm going to say, like mid twenties to early thirties. I don't know. Paul has a nice beard and a mustache. Anna does not have a beard, and she does not have a mustache. It looks like Anna is smiling. We could maybe say grinning. So greening is kind of like a small smile, but it's easy to tell that you have good energy and positive vibes. Paul is is smiling, and maybe they're like, kind of like rubbing noses. I don't know. I bet in a couple of seconds we're gonna look away because it's going to get a little bit awkward. Uh huh. Okay, so I just gave you some details about the picture and we talked about, you know, more specifics, the background, what's around them, what they're wearing. But now we're going to summarize the picture. And when we say summarize, we just kind of condense it down, right? So we have a lot of information, but now we're just going to put it down into a few sentences, which explain what's happening in the center in the picture. Alright, Mahmoud says. But such events happen usually in the first year of marriage. Mm Well, there's usually And then there's also couples that are able to keep that love alive, right? So they say at the beginning, it's like, Ah, everything is incredibly exciting, right? And it's like you, huh? Sparks of love and everything. But then the real work comes in when you stayed together year after year, right? So it becomes more of a hopefully a lifelong relationship. Okay, so let's summarize this picture. Here we go yet is a snowy evening, Um, on outside on the sidewalk. I'm gonna say this sidewalk because there's so close to the building, right? I don't think the street runs this close to the building or cars would crash into the door . So I think they're standing on this side, Mark. All right. A couple is in love and holding each other, they are face to face and looking deeply into each other's eyes. Both of them are wearing warm winter clothing. All right, so this is summarizing the picture, right? We didn't go into a lot of the details. We didn't try to figure out what their history is or what they will do. We just describe briefly what we see. Okay, so let's do some pronunciation. Repeat after me. Here we go. So I'll say the first sentence and then I will pause and wait for you wherever you are in the world to repeat after me. Here we go. It is a snowy evening. Outside on the sidewalk, a couple is in love and holding each other their face to face and looking deeply into each other's eyes. Both of them are wearing warm winter clothing. Okay, so if if you have been doing pronunciation, show me some apples in the comments, it lets me know that you're participating than that you want to do pronunciation. Okay, lets see, Mahmoud says. First, Liotta says lovers spend their Christmas Eve under the snow. It's like out of a movie, right? Oh, you have the roommate romantic music in the background. Maybe something like so nice. Let's take a nice winter stroll and be in love, right? So nice. Let's see, Mahmoud says. Does holding each other mean exactly as give somebody a hug? Well, it could be different, right? Old in each other. It's similar we'll start with that. Holding someone and hugging someone is similar because you embrace them right? You put your arms around them. But if you hug someone, it's usually quick, right? Like your greeting someone that you haven't seen for a long time. You hugged them and then you Ah, you kind of stop right? But if you're holding someone, you're hugging them for a long time or a longer period of time. So holding someone and hugging someone are similar. But the difference is the amount of time. So hugging someone or embracing someone is shorter period of time holding someone. That's where the rial of is. Okay, Mabuchi said. I'm mad of this song. I think you mean to say I'm crazy about this song. Yeah, something like that. Okay, 5. Create a Conversation: Okay, so Paul and Anne are gonna have a nice conversation. Let's see what happens, Right? Okay. Hopefully, I'm a little bit unpredictable, so you won't know exactly what they're going to say. Here we go. So Paul is going to start the conversation, right? Here we go. Here we go. Paul, you're the greatest. I'd be lost without you, I count. Look, I count on your love. Oh, such a nice way to start the conversation, Anna, I'm pretty awesome. However, I think there's one way you can improve. Who? Let's see what's going to happen here, Paul. What do you mean? Are you saying there's something wrong with me? Anna, I love you and can always count on you. Unfortunately, I can always count on your bad breath as well. Paul. Perhaps I should stop breathing on your face. This is getting awkward. Yeah. Okay, so let me go back through the conversation, and first I'm going to make the idioms bold because the idiom for today was count on. So let's see where they are. In the conversation, you could see how they fit, right? How do they flow? Let's see. All right. I can always count on alright imports I can always count on. Okay, so this may not be your regular conversation, but it's probably an honest conversation. And in this conversation, we have count on the idiom three times, Right? And let's just see quick. Let's review what does count on mean? Count on Means you're able to depend on someone or something, or you expect, or you think that something will happen. Okay, so in the conversation, here we go. All right, so I typed it out. Okay. Uh, mom would says you smashed this romantic scene. Well, they had to have the conversation sometime. If someone has stinky breath can only last so long before you have to talk about it. Layla Almeida says hello. Hello? Hello? Okay, so I'm going to say the conversation at regular speed, so follow along with me. Here we go. Paul, you're the greatest. I'd be last without you. I count on your love, Anna. I'm pretty awesome. However, I think there's one way you can improve pair. What do you mean? Are you saying there's something wrong with me? Anna, I love you and can always count on you. Unfortunately, I could always count on your bad breath as well. Okay, I'll stay serious. Paul. Perhaps I should stop breathing on your face. This is getting awkward. Uh huh. Okay. Oh, right. OK, so we just did the conversation. Paul and Anna had a nice conversation, and maybe it was a little bit different than what we were expecting based on this picture. Right. Okay, so now we're going to look at some of the phrases and vocabulary in this conversation, okay? 6. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases: Okay, so now we're going to look at some of the phrases and vocabulary in this conversation. Okay? So first, we're going to start with your the greatest. Mm. I think you understand what it means, but I'm gonna give you other ways to say you're the greatest. Okay, so here we go. But uh huh. Look at the pictures. It's like Yes, yes. Good energy. Wonderful energy. So you're the greatest. This lady. She's given us two thumbs up because she thinks we're the greatest. There's a hand coming out of a cell phone. Thumbs up. You're the greatest. Okay? Your other ways to say you're the greatest. You could say you're the best. All right, if you guys have other ways, put him in the comments. All right, here we go. You're awesome. You're incredible. You're amazing. You're unbelievable. You're magnificent. Uh huh. Ah, Leila Meter says you are cool. Sure. That's a compliment, right? So we're telling someone that we like them. You're really cool, man. You're really cool, dude, huh? Yumi says your incomparable I like that one. Your incomparable. That means that's your very unique Your extraordinary. You're awesome. You're incredible. You're like, Wow, I see top garden says top of the world. Your top of the world, man. Yes, or I'm on top of the world. When I'm with you, I feel incredible. Okay, Mom. Who says you are awkward? That would probably be the opposite or heading in the opposite direction of your the greatest. Okay, Yes. Hana hunting says you're wonderful. Yes. Isn't it cool? There are so many ways to compliment someone, right? So you don't just have to say you're the greatest. You can say all the rest. All right, let's do pronunciation. Repeat after me. And if you're doing pronunciation, put some apples in the comments. Okay, Here we go. Repeat after me. You're the greatest. You're the best. You're awesome. You're incredible. You're amazing. You're unbelievable. You're magnificent. And I see Layla Omega added, You are extraordinary. Yes, that's right. Rate. There are a lot of words to describe or how to communicate how we think someone is awesome . Okay, so let's head back to the conversation. All right? So in the first part you're the greatest. I'd be lost without you. I count on your love. I depend on your love. I trust in your love. I need your love, baby. Okay, so Anna continues. I'm pretty awesome. Uh huh. And we'll take a look right away. I'm pretty awesome. Let's take a look at some other ways to say I'm pretty awesome, All right. Joanna probably has a very high opinion of herself. She's really think she's top dog. We could say She thinks she's incredible. All right, so here we go. Let's take a look. I'm pretty awesome. So if we look at the pictures looking at people like, Yeah, I'm cool. I'm awesome. I'm wonderful. Right? Okay, So I'm gonna try not to use the same words that we use before because most of them would work, right? I'm amazing. I'm unbelievable. I'm magnificent. I'm the best. But we're gonna try some different ones. OK? So if someone saying I'm pretty awesome, you are other ways to see that. Well, say I'm, uh, incredibly. Well, I'm very cool. Wait. Even better. I'm the coolest. Mm. Because we have, ah, high opinion, right? And we think we're awesome. I'm quite sophisticated. Ooh, that's a nice word, All right? I'm quite sophisticated, Sophisticated. If someone is sophisticated, it usually means they have a lot of experience with life, right? Maybe they have a high intelligence. They have a great education. They traveled around the world they had. They know a lot about many things, and they're able to have very interesting conversations. Maybe you could say they're sophisticated. Who? You? Me says Charismatic. That's a nice word. Yes, If someone's charismatic, it's like, huh? Who? Everyone wants to be around them. All right, let's see. Here's another one. I'm all the rage. Who if you've been following able lingo, you might have seen all the rage before. This is an idiom, and it just means really popular. Really awesome. Everyone's talking about it. Oh, the new movie, right? It's all the rage everyone's talking about. It's so cool, right? So here's an idiom. I guess we get to idioms today. We get count on and we get all the rage. Tell you what. I'm going toe. Underline it because it's all the rage. Okay, here's another one. I'm pretty need. Alright, and here, when we say neat, we're not talking about organized because you can describe a room as being neat and organized or tidy. But if we're talking about a person in this context, when we're trying to do other ways to say I'm pretty awesome. I'm pretty neat is like, I'm pretty cool. I'm really neat. You know? I'm like, all the rage. I'm the coolest, all right? And another one. I'm very enlightened. All right. Enlightened usually means that maybe you have the correct information. You also have a clear set of goals. You know what you're going to do, and you're focused and you're heading toward it. And you're enlightened. So maybe you have new information that can solve problems and move you forward towards your goals. Right? OK. Leo Huda says I'm so sexy. Yeah, I think that one fits for all of these pictures, right? Hey, I'm so sexy. Yeah, Yeah. Okay. Mahmoud says captivating. An immaculately dressed. That's right. Alright, Maria. Antonietta says charming. Right. Okay, wonderful. All right, so let's do some pronunciation. Repeat after me. I'm pretty awesome. I'm the coolest. I'm quite sophisticated. I'm all the rage. I'm pretty neat. I'm very enlightened. Okay, So these other ways to say I'm pretty awesome. They're very close with same meaning someone, you know, They either have a high opinion of themselves for the very confident in themselves. and they would say something like this. All right, I see Mahmoud put some apples. That means he was doing Cem pronunciation. Wonderful on guard, into love the apples. Wonderful. All right, let's go back to the conversation. All right, so we just did. I'm pretty awesome. Let's finish what she says. I'm pretty awesome. I'm the coolest. However, I think there's one way you can improve, as in. There's one way you can get better, Paul. What do you mean? Are you saying there's something wrong with me? Mm hm. So let's talk about What do you mean? It's very common to say. What do you mean, right? What do you mean? What do you mean, What? OK, so let's talk about other ways to say What do you mean? Well, maybe I'll put it down. Here we go. What do you mean, gonna put right there? All right. What do you mean? All right, So, other ways to say What do you mean? And this would be great. You know, if you're in your English class or you're talking with someone at work or and you don't want to keep repeating What do you mean? What do you mean, What do you mean? So I'm gonna give you some other ways to say it. All right, Here we go. What do you mean, You could say What, are you trying to communicate? All right, if I'm saying, what do you mean? All the time? There's probably a problem with our communication, right? We could say, What are you attempting to say? All right, we could say, What do you attempting to say? Which means trying. And if you ask me, trying sounds more natural. So I'm gonna put trying. What are you trying to say, man? All right. Alright. And here's a little more complex, but similar. Meaning? What message are you trying to convey? Who convey is not the most common word, but it's useful, right? It means to send, like, send or send the message, give the message. Ah, communicate. So what message are you trying to convey? What message are you trying to send? What message are you trying to communicate? Okay. Uh huh. Leo. Who says What's your point? I like that one. That one actually goes a little bit extra. So if someone's talking that edited it up and you understand what they're saying. But maybe something is You know why you talking so much you could say. What's your point? Right? Get to your point. Tell me what you're trying to say. Yes, that's good. What's your point? Very good. All right. Repeat after me. Let's do some pronunciation. What do you mean? What are you trying to communicate? What are you trying to say? What message are you trying to convey? All right. All right. Leyla menaces. What are you trying? Talk to me. Um, I think you would probably trying to say the similar as What are you trying to say? Right, You're talking to me, but I don't understand. So what do you mean? What are you trying to say? OK, all right. Let's go back to the conversation and move forward So that the policy said What do you mean ? Are you saying there's something wrong with me, Anna, I love you and can always count on you. I can always depend on you. I can always trust you. Unfortunately, I can always count on your bad breath as well. Uh huh. Okay, So we had the idiom count on two times in this little section where Anna talks, So I think we could look at other ways to say Count on. Right. So we understand what the idiom means, But why don't we learn other ways to say it? So here we go. The sentence is I can count on you. Right? So I'm gonna give you other ways to say I I can count on you. And if we look at the pictures like we could see a little baby that's holding the finger of its parent or maybe a grand parent, I'm not quite sure. But count on you would hope that a child can count on their parents to take care of them, feed them, be nice to them, show them how to grow up stuff like that. Ah, here we have the hands. We could say all of the hands are great. Grabbing the wrist of their neighbor. Right? So this guy's grabbing his wrist, this guy grabbing his wrist. Or maybe it's a she. I'm not sure, but everybody is holding the wrist of the person next to them, and they're all linked together in kind of like a chain, I guess. And over here people are shaking hands. If you shake hands after a deal or when you meet someone, it's like it's a sign that you trust them right? Or that you're going to keep your word. All right. The director. We had a question that see? All right, let me go back to the conversation. Maria on tinnitus is wrong with me and no wrong in me. Let's see. It must be over here. Are you saying there's something wrong with me? And I don't think we would say wrong in me? That sounds awkward. Uh, it would be understood, but it still sounds awkward. It's like something Is evil really inside of me? Something wrong in me, like inside me? Or, you know, if if it's like a physical or medical condition, there's something wrong inside me. My kidneys no longer function or my stomach is full, and I'm going to throw up. There's something wrong inside me, something like that. But if we're talking about wrong with me, well, it could be a couple of things. It could be how I act my behavior. It could be my personality, right? Maybe doesn't work with you, but it can also be physical things. Now I'm sick. I think there's something wrong with me. I have a fever or have a sore throat or, you know, my leg fell off. So there's something wrong with me. All right, So let's see. So I wouldn't say no. No. Wrong with me. Yeah. Okay. All right. So here we go. Let's move forward your other ways to say I can count on you. And we kind of mentioned a couple of before, but it's good to see them. You say I can depend on you. I can trust in you I can rely on you. I have confidence in you. You're all right. So repeat after me. Here we go. I can count on you, but I can depend on you. I can trust in you I can rely on you. I have confidence in you. Ooh, I like that when you me says I confide in you. Yes. Very nice. I'm gonna added Have space, I confide and we'll probably add the can so we can have a similar meaning to up upon top. I can confide in you. Right. Let's see Leila menaces. I can consider you That's not quite the same thing. Because consider means you have different options, right. And if you consider something you're trying to decide, OK, do I want it so I don't want it. So if I'm considering you, maybe I'm considering you for a position at work or something like that, so I'm not quite sure. I don't know yet. If I can trust you, I'm thinking about it. You know, it's possible, but we haven't got to the point yet Where I can count on you. All right, let's see. Garden says believe in you. Yes, I like that one. I can believe in you. Because in the past you kept your word. You said what you were going to, you said, or you did what you were going. What you said you were going to dio. You told me that you were going to arrive at eight. And you always arrived at eight. So I can believe in you. Yes. All right, let's go back to the conversation. Moving forward. All right, So And I love you and can always count on you. Unfortunately, I can always count on your bad breath as well. All right, So Paul has some stinky breath. Maybe he doesn't brush his teeth. Maybe he doesn't flash. Maybe he just It's garlic. I think Mom would before had said somewhere about garlicky breath. Ah, Leo Huda says feel safe with you. Sure that would work and would probably be more of a specific situation. Maybe a parent child or Ah, girlfriend, boyfriend. Or like, more of a real close relationship. I feel safe with you, Right? Because you're maybe gonna protect me or, uh, keep me safe from harm. Something like that. All right. You me says hot breath. Hot, garlicky breath. Haven't brushed my teeth in, like, five months. Okay, so Paul ends the conversation. Perhaps I should stop breathing on you or on your face. This is getting awkward. Mm. I think this is a good one to look at other ways to say this is getting awkward. Then the eyes start going like this. Ah, right. Okay, so here we go. This is getting awkward, all right. Before we get to the other ways to say this is getting our record, we can look at the pictures. Right? So this lady's covering her face, You know, this guy's kind of using his handkerchief because he's sweating. And this guy just realized that he's naked. Except for the hat, I guess. And he's like, Oh, my goodness. All right, let's see. Mahmoud says, is it possible to determine which one is more formal than others or uses in everyday English? And I would need to know which one that you're talking about. Are you talking about? Count on you these ones, or could you be more specific? Right? Because there are a lot of phrases that we're doing today, and I would need to know the specific one. Do you think if it's formal or informal? Okay, most of the stuff that we're using today, um, is could probably be for both formal and informal, but depending on the context, probably more informal, especially. Know your breath stinks. If your boss is breath stinks, then you might want to keep it to yourself. All right, here we go. Zero, this is these are other ways to see this is getting awkward. This is becoming uncomfortable. All right. This is starting to feel embarrassing. This is becoming unpleasant. Uh huh. Ah, you may see this is getting worse. I see. I suppose that could work, right? The situation between us right now, because I'm I'm breathing like a hot oven on your face, and it smells horrible. It's getting worse. Okay, Unendurable, unable to sustain, not able to continue under these stinky conditions. Right? So this guy, maybe he's giving a speech or something. Or maybe the reporters are asking him some uncomfortable questions. And he's like, Ah, and he's starting to get sweaty cause he's uncomfortable, right? The questions are becoming very unpleasant. He doesn't want to be there anymore. This lady, maybe. Ah, maybe she just slipped and fell in the snow or on the ice. And she did it in front of a guy that she really likes, and she doesn't want to look bad, just like, Ah, I feel so embarrassed. This is getting awkward. And this guy, since he just realized he's naked, he's embarrassed. He feels awkward, and it's definitely becoming unpleasant for him. All right, let's see, Hana Hunting says in the elegant mm, thinking in elegant. Well, when I think of the word elegant, I think of someone who has good style there, dressed very nice, and they have maybe an elegant dress on a beautiful dress on, and they're prepared for the evening inelegant. I'm not. Haven't really used inelegant before, but it would be the opposite, right of elegant. All right. Okay, so let's do pronunciation. Repeat after me. This is getting awkward. This is becoming uncomfortable. This is starting to feel embarrassing. This is becoming unpleasant. Okay? So if once again, if you Meeks shows Apple's all right, that means you do. And Leo who got to I mean, you do in pronunciation. Wonderful these air. Similar ways to say this is getting awkward. There's some sort of situation which is making people feel embarrassed. Maybe sad or badly. Lameness is feel bad. Yes. You feel bad. Something's not right. All right. You have an uneasy feeling. Maybe. Okay. And in this situation, it's awkward because his breath smells terrible. All right, so I'm gonna repeat the conversation one more time in regular speed, and then we'll move on to the quiz. OK, so pay attention. Here we go. You're the greatest. I'd be lost without you. I count on your love, and, uh, I'm pretty awesome. However, I think there's one way you can improve. Okay. What do you mean? Are you saying there's something wrong with me? Anna, I love you. and can always count on you. Unfortunately, I can always count on your bad breath as well. Perhaps I should stop breathing on your face. This is getting awkward. Mm. Let's hope. Let's hope this isn't their first date. All right, Maybe the date was going so well. They spent, like, five hours together. And they're like, Oh, you're the one for me, baby off. We're gonna never be apart again. Let's tap, Let's have a kiss. And then she's like something. Something smells terrible. Right? Okay. All right, so let's move on. 7. Quiz & Review: I think it's time for a quiz. Who? What does it mean? It means I need to put on my glasses. All right, let's see if you guys were paying attention. Mm. Right. Let's jump right in. Here we go. Question number one. Let me just test my music and make sure I have it. Ah, yeah, It's okay. Here we go. Question Number one in the conversation. Picture the couple A appears to be arguing be. Seems to be comfortable, See? Appears to be in love or D seems to be upset. What do you think? Let's see your answer in the comments. Thank you. And Okay. All right. So in the conversation picture, right. So it doesn't just say in the conversation. It says in the conversation. Picture the couple. All right. Here is the answer to the studio. See? Appears to be in love. Mm. Ah, Let's see. Ah, Leo. Huda says we can choose both c and B. Yes, that's true. You could. And since we could only have one answer, you have to pick the one which seems the most on the most right. The strongest answer. And I would choose See, because I mean you. Let's just take a look. Look at this picture. Oh, your heart. It's like, Oh, it's a young couple. They're in love. And I would say that they're comfortable. Yes, because they enjoy hugging each other and stuff like that. Actually, if they stay in this position for too long, the lady might get a little bit uncomfortable, cause she's like, uh right, You know, she's bending back so far, but I think we can say with confidence that they are in love or they seem to be in love. All right. You me says what of B? Well, I agree that they're comfortable, right? So comfortable means that you're we relaxed. You feel good. You're in a position which feels nice, right? All right. Appears to be arguing. Doesn't work because they're not really arguing fighting, especially in the conversation picture. Right. We have to focus on the picture here. Just the picture seems to be upset. Upset could be angry. It could be said it could be shocked. It could be frustrated, but no, I think we got a lot of good vibes going on in this picture. Mm. Okay. All right. Question number two. Yes. Here we go If someone lets you down, they a become awesome and hot Be become a disappointment, See, become very trustworthy d become awkward and lazy. Mm. What is the best answer here is your music. - Ah , I could let the music keep playing for a long time. It's lovely. Okay. If someone lets you down, they is it A becomes osman Hot be become a disappointment, become very trustworthy or become awkward and lazy. All right, I know we studied this one here ago. If someone lets you down, they become a disappointment. Okay, let's take a look. Where did we study this? I know we did. Back at the beginning. Who let us down? All right. So our example was he let us down and the other ways to say it. He disappointed us. Disappointed. They become a disappointment. All right, here it's an action. He disappointed us. He did something which, if you become a disappointment, it suddenly announed right. You are a disappointment. So either way, we have disappoint. Which means someone's doing something that, uh it displeased us. They let us down. He dashed our hopes. He crushed our hopes. He dampened our spirits. We had good vibes, but then everything went down because they let us down. All right, let's go bare. So if someone lets you down, they become a disappointment. They disappoint you. Uh huh. I see. Mahmoud says finally didn't say who has played this masterpiece. It is. Waltz of the Flowers by Tchaikovsky. Chai cost Tchaikovsky. I'm probably saying the incorrect Tchaikovsky. I know. It's waltz of the flowers. It's a wonderful song. Okay, All right, here we go. If someone let you down, well, they don't become awesome and hot. So awesome here is, like, you know, really cool, Incredible and hot. Here in this situation, we're not quite talking about temperature. We're talking about good looks become awesome and beautiful. If it's a woman, become awesome and handsome if it's a man, But if someone is hot, you're like, Whoa, look in Good, right. You're hot, huh? Right. Okay. If someone lets you down, they become very trustworthy. Uh, no, no. Trustworthy means reliable. Yes. You me says hot equals sexy. Yes, attractive. Some someone that you want to look at or be around. Sure. So a trustworthy means reliable. And if someone lets you down the opposite of reliable would be Let you down. So trustworthy doesn't work. Become awkward and lazy. Well, it's possible. People who let you down are often awkward and lazy, but it's not a guarantee, right? This could just be your neighbor, and you don't really have much interaction with him, so you don't need anything, so he never lets you down. But you know, he's lazy and awkward. But, yeah, it's not the best answer. Best answer here has become a disappointment because it's the same meaning as let you down the better question. Number three, huh? The guy with the hat, He's back. All right, here we go. We can say the guy wearing the hat below feels a audacious, be content. See confident or d uncomfortable. Let's play the music and okay . All right. So here's the question we can say the guy wearing the hat below, and we're talking about this guy because he's the only guy below wearing a hat. So the choice is audacious content, confident or uncomfortable? Well, the answer. We can say the guy wearing the hat blow feels uncomfortable. Mm. Okay. And let me just quick, we'll talk about the wrong answers to But right now we're going to focus on the right answer and where we saw the picture before you go there he is, huh? And I think I mentioned before he just found out that he's naked. Or he just realized maybe he woke up and he realized that he doesn't have any clothes on except for the hat. Of course, right. But let's see. This is becoming uncomfortable. It's when we were talking about similar ways to say This is awkward. This is in starting to feel embarrassing, uncomfortable. So that's the word we're looking for for this guy. All right, let's take a look. So we can say that the guy we could say the guy wearing the hat below feels uncomfortable. Okay, so the answer is deep. Let's talk about the wrong answers, all right? See confident. I believe in myself. I can do it. No, not so much. He's looking like I'm stuck. All right, Content. Take happy. Glad you're relaxed, your calm right. And the one that everyone is probably wondering about. What does audacious mean? Um, there, Mahmoud says, What's the meaning of the first word? Talkative? No, not quite audacious means bold bowled off, right? If you have an audacious personality, you go get him. You do things, you move forward. You take action. You are bold, your audacious. All right, Aaliyah. Huda says it's more like he is shy. Sure, that's possible too. Right? But of the options that we have uncomfortable, I think is gonna be the best one. But yes, I would agree. He looks shy, too, but he has a cool hat. Right? Okay. All right, so audacious means bold. Yumi says vigorous. Mm. Ah, that's not bad. Vigorous. You attacked your work in a vigorous way. You worked hard. Your audacious. Not exactly the same. But I think in the same area, right? Vigorous. A lot of energy getting things done. All right. Uh huh. Okay. All right, let's do question number four some trees. Mm. The couple in the conversation picture were dressed for a winter be summer, See fall or D spring. Mm. Hears your music. - Okay , I got a hold myself back, or I will listen to the music for way too long. Okay, So the couple in the conversation picture were dressed for mm. Dressed four. Very common. All right, here we go. The answer is winter. All right, all right. So let's see, they were dressed for winter. Let's take a look at the picture. All right? Well, a few things here that snowing and I don't is possible. It does sometimes snow in the spring. It has snowed in the fall. It has snowed in the in the summer, but it's not as common is in the winter. And if we look at their clothing, we talked about this. When we describe the picture in detail, right? Let's see. Oh, and also when we summarized it, both of them are wearing warm winter clothing, right? So they both have thick coats on. They both have stocking hats, their ears air covered right so they don't want don't want to be too cold. It looks like Paul isn't wearing gloves, but who needs gloves when you're hot with love? All right, Leo, Who says it's maybe January or February? Right? Mohammed frocks is snowing. Coats, woolen hats. That's right. And the sea, Mahmoud says. But I've experienced such situation late fall. Yeah, so I so have I, right? But if we have to pick one season is probably gonna be winter because you know in the picture there. Clothing is perfect for winter, all right, and I wanted to point out something. It's very common to say, dressed for right. If you were in shorts and sandals, I'm dressed for the beach, right? I'm Joe dressed for summer weather. Or maybe if you have just a sweat Iran long pants. Uh, I'm dressed for fall for fall weather or the spring. Probably were the similar clothing to fall. But yeah, it's very common to say, dressed for something. And it's not only for seasons rights, not only for winter, Spring, summer, fall you could be dressed for the dinner. You could be dressed for work. You can be dressed for watching TV and sitting on your couch wearing pajamas, so it's very common to say, dressed for something right. In this situation, the choices were season. So we're talking about what time of the year were they dressed for? All right, here we go. Runner. Last question. Question number five. Let's do it. Here we go. What can the man do to improve his relationship with the woman? A. Brush the snow from his hair. Be brush his mustache, see Brush his cat and dog d brush his teeth and floss. Okay, here is the music. Thank you. - When I close my eyes and I hear this music Sorry, I'm gonna get off subject from when I close my eyes And I listened to this music It makes me think of a big ballroom Like a big dance where everybody is dressed Very elegant, very fancy And they're dancing around the room I don't know For some reason that's what the music makes me think of when I close my eyes But I need to stay focused here. Okay? What can the man do to improve his relationship with the woman who think only one answer is going to make sense on this one? The brush, his teeth and floss? Mm hmm. Let's see. Can someone tell me in the comments? What does floss mean? What does it mean? Here it's It could be a noun. And it also be a verb in action. What does it mean to say I flossed my teeth or what is flask? And someone tell me. Pretty sure everybody knows or brush his or her teeth. Right? What is floss? Can someone tell me what does the word floss mean? I'm looking in the comments. Leah, who says Clean teeth, Right? So if you floss, it's part of cleaning your teeth. There we go. You, me says, using a flossing thread with thread. Right? Or it's like a string or very thin string. And, ah, yeah, it's just like a really, if you want to say it really skinny rope. But you probably say like a piece of string or like a like a piece of thread, something like that. So floss is taking the string, and you probably wrap it around your fingers, and then you clean in between your teeth, and then you pull the string or the thread back and forth, right? Mm. That's plus, in his part off keeping your mouth clean. You probably will flash before you brush your teeth, because when you flus, sometimes it will clean out the chunks of chicken or fruit through whatever is stuck between your teeth. Right, so you clean that out and then you brush it away. All right, so let's take a look that yes, Maria Internet says Dental flash. Yes, that is the correct full way to describe what is flies, Liotta says. maybe brush his mustache so that he can kiss her deeply, right? If he kisses her with such incredible passion, maybe she will be distracted and forget about his bad breath. Yes, I think so. Okay. All right, let's take a look. Maybe that the doctor, Yes. What did we accomplish today? All right, so the first thing we talked about an idiom? Yes, we did The idiom that we talked to Boat Waas Count on and you're able to depend on someone or something. But I remember we also mentioned a second idiom. Yes, we did all the rage, right? If something or someone is all the rage there really popular. Everyone is talking about them. Who so need so nice? Ah, it's wonderful. All right, so let's see, what else did we do today? We talked about the idiom we described and summarized. A picture is take a look. It was a nice picture, romantic picture. So we described it in detail and then we summarized it and summarize means just with less detail, but it gives you a good idea of what the picture is about. All right, so we describe the summarized picture we use the picture and the ADM to create a conversation, a stinky conversation, maybe an awkward conversation. Uh huh. All right. And we use pictures to explain vocabulary and phrases in the conversation. That's right. Conversations a great opportunity to explore vocabulary and phrases. So we did it before From the example from countdown. We talked about beverage beverages. He let us down other ways to say that you're the greatest. I'm pretty awesome. What do you mean? I can count on you? This is getting awkward, OK? All right. Don't we explain vocabulary and phrases and we did a quiz. Oh, yeah, The quiz was wonderful. Okay? And we listen to music to, uh that's fabulous. All right, so basically, we accomplished everything right and accomplished means to do, to finish, to move forward, to have created something. We did something right. We did it all. Okay. All right. Someone to finish with our motto, improve your English and become more valuable, right? I'm gonna play a little bit of music, and then I'm out of here. Thank you everyone for coming, and I'm gonna put a thank you in the comments. Here we go. Here is the music