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"paint the town red" | English Vocabulary BOOST + Quiz

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7 Lessons (1h 20m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:00
    • 2. Lesson Information

      2:03
    • 3. Explain the Idiom

      7:12
    • 4. Describe & Summarize the Picture

      7:56
    • 5. Create a Conversation

      2:43
    • 6. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases

      45:37
    • 7. Quiz & Review

      12:12
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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: So when we see bars and nightclubs, we're talking about things like this, right? So these are bars in nightclubs. Usually when there's a bar or a nightclub, there is some sort of alcoholic beverage, whether it's cocktails, beer, wine, liquors, something like that. So let's talk about the word penniless m kind of interesting and a good word to know. So we could say he is without money. We could say he is down and out. I think that's a great question. And we're going to talk a boat. Pace yourself, all right. And here it's not a question. It's not a statement. It's a command, right? We're telling the person to do something. Pace yourself in the conversation. Uh, Amy said, Whoa, slow down. That's your 10th drink. Pace yourself. So here are other ways to save pace yourself. All right. First is be careful. And this is a good one, because if the girl drinks too much, it's not good, right? She drinks too much, is not gonna be good, should be drunk. And maybe in a bad situation, you'll be sorry later if you keep going too fast. If used positively, I'm freaking out can mean a I'm terrified. Be I'm depressed. See? I'm electrified. D I'm impassive. Let's start the music. What do you think? 2. Lesson Information: So today we have, ah, live English lesson. So the question would be What are we studying? Right. It's always good to know what will be studying in this lesson. So here is the English lesson material for today. All right. Okay. First we're going to talk about an idiom. I love idioms. They were going to use a picture and the idiom and create a conversation. Right? And we're going to use pictures to explain vocabulary and phrases in the conversation, so we'll create a conversation and talk about it. Hmm. Well, we're going to test you with the quiz, See if you've been listening. Right. Okay. Alright. Yield is to gays here. Hello. Hello. Welcome. All right. And if you guys have things to say, please leave a comment chat like crazy. I will be looking at the comments because our goal today is to improve your English, and I think we can have some fun. So let's take a peek. What will be covering today? All right, so we're gonna talk both idiom and what it means. Then we're gonna talk about bars and nightclubs. The word penniless. A picture. Of course. We're going to make a conversation. Then we'll talk about cocktails. Pace yourself. Ostentatious. I'm freaking out. Ive is wasted. Nachos. And, of course, my favorite. The quiz. And with the quiz, we will have music. Right. Okay. So I think this is going to be a wonderful lesson. Thank you. Everybody who is here? We're going to get started right now. 3. Explain the Idiom: Okay, so let's start with the idiom. So the theme the topic for this class is paint the town red. Okay, so what does paint the town red mean? It's an idiom, and it's quite common in English. It means to go out drinking and dancing at bars and nightclubs, mm, to go out partying and have a wild and crazy time. So when we see bars and nightclubs, we're talking about things like this, right? Ah, Mariam D says to have a happy time, right? Unless you go to crazy. Right? So these are bars in nightclubs. Usually when there's a bar or a nightclub, there is some sort of alcoholic beverage, whether it's cocktails, beer, wine, liquors, something like that. And it's usually these are places where people go to drink, hang out with their friends, relax, listen to music. Probably not music like this. Probably music more that make you want to dance right and enjoy the flashing lights and all of that stuff. So this picture is the picture of the bar, and on the wall in the background, you can see all of the different types of liquor all of the different kinds of alcoholic beverages is probably beer and a whole bunch of stuff. And this is like on the dance floor. Looks like there are couples dancing. And here is a lot of people dancing all at once. Right after they go to the bar, they go out dancing, and they have a wild and crazy time. So those of bars and nightclubs so paint the town red, go up partying and have a wild and crazy time. Okay, so let's see an example. The last time we painted the town red, I woke up in a different country, penniless and without a passport. So, in other words, the last time I went wild and crazy and the bars and the nightclubs, I woke up in a different country, penniless and without a passport. Not good. So let's talk about the word penniless. M kind of interesting and a good word to know. All right, penniless. So here are some pictures, Right. Okay, so let's talk about what the word penniless means In first. Just repeat after me. Penniless, Right? And you could say maybe he is, uh, he is penniless. I think it's good to put it in a, uh, sentence. So it's easy to understand. All right, so he is penniless, so we could say he is without money. We could say he is bankrupt. We could say he is down and out, Right? Okay. In the comments, Mario M. D. Wow. I think you're saying wow from my example. Penny, listen, without a passport and this this is not a true example. It never happened to me. It's just, in example, to use the idiom. OK, so Marium D says with no money, right? Penniless, No money. Uh, who to admire? 2018 says no money. So you could say he it could be she It could be them. They are without money. He is without money. He is bankrupt. Is down and out. Uh huh. Hooda much has broke right inside. I'm dying. Says hello. Hello. All right. We're all doing well, and I say so Down and out is probably this guy right here. Now, without money, it would be this picture up here where the person is pulling out their pockets and showing that they don't have any money at all. No cash, no change. Nothing. Uh, bankrupt is more something that you do in the court. Sometimes you declare bankruptcy because you can't pay bills, medical bills or something there too much, and you're unable to pay them down and out. He is down and out. If a person is down and out, you could say they're having a very difficult time in life. I would say this guy over here is not very happy. He's like, Uh, my life is so difficult right now. Maybe I lost my job. I lost my house, I lost my wife. I lost my food. I laughed. I lost my dog and my fish, my goldfish. So right now, I would say I am or he is. You are down and out. This guy's I would say he's down and out to looks like he might be homeless. And he's sitting outside on a sofa chair with beer bottles and ah, yeah, it's probably not a really good neighbor neighborhood. And Saddam Dang says, suffering from money. And it's suffering because there's no money, right? So it's suffering from the lack of money. All right, so these air different ways. Similar ways. Not exactly the same, but the same idea. Same kind of similar meaning to penniless. Alright, so repeat after me. We do some pronunciation, and if you guys pronounce, repeat after me. Put some apples in the comments. I like to know that you guys are participating. Here we go. Repeat out loud. He is penniless. He is without money. He is bankrupt. He is down and out. And all of these. You could combine it and just say he's He's penniless. He's without money. He's bankrupt, right? Ah, Sodom Deng and Marium DSC apples off. Right? And who? Demotte? Freight. All right, pronunciation. Wonderful. Okay, so this was the example for the idiom today. Paint the town red. The last time we painted the town red, I woke up in a different country, penniless and without a passport. The last time we went out crazy dancing into the bars and stuff, I woke up in a different country without any money down and out and without my passport. So this would be a difficult situation. Not impossible, but enough to maybe make someone feel down and out. Okay? 4. Describe & Summarize the Picture: Okay, so we're going to describe this picture. Okay, so we have three young ladies and their names are Nia, Ive and Amy. And if we describe them and you guys help me to whatever you put in the comments describe what you see in this picture. I'm gonna talk a lot about it. But if you guys want to put comments and help me out, that would be great. Okay, so we have three young ladies. You could probably say they are Three attractive ladies there dressed very nice, very nicely. And it looks like they're all drinking some sort of alcoholic beverage. 123 is all the same color to orange. It could be like it's possible it's a wine or a cocktail or some sort of mixed alcoholic beverage. So let's talk about neo first. Alright? Saddam. Deng says they're all young and beautiful. Ladies. Yes, that's right. Would demise has full makeup dressed elegant? Yes. You know these two Gay said he is hangover. Not yet. And you would say they have a hangover. She has a hangover. I have a hangover. You have a hangover. So a hangover is something you have after you drink too much and you've been drunk in the next morning. You're like, Oh, I'm so hungover. Okay, so let's start with Nia. If you guys could help me in the comments were gonna describe what Nia looks like. Nia is holding the glass in her right hand and I would say her glasses about maybe 1/3 full of the orange liquid. She has a black dress on, and it looks like she has, ah, bracelet. Or maybe that's the end of her sleeve. I'm not quite sure. She has dark brown hair and she's wearing something on her head. I'm not quite sure the picture is a little bit dark, but maybe it's some sort of decoration that she likes to wear with her with her dress. And she's sitting down. Looks like there's part of her back. You could call it, uh, an open back dress so that you can see some of the back. And she has quite a bit of makeup on Buddha mind, says headband. Sure, I guess I'm not an expert on women's clothing with some sort of headband that probably matches and goes well with her with her address. Let's see Saddam Deng says. Nia has a black dress and is much is much harder than the others. Okay, all right, so let's move on to Eve. Even sitting in the middle, we could say Nia is the one sitting to the far left Eva's in the middle. Ive is also holding a glass of a similar alcoholic beverage or similar liquid that Nia has . And IV and Nia are looking right at the camera, right? We can see their eyes. It looks like a me is looking somewhere else. And let's see right who? Domar says. It's a backless dress, right? Nias dress. I think you would call it a back left backless dress was open part where you can see the skin. Okay, and Eve she has, Ah, an interesting dress. Let's say it's a shorter dress. I think a shorter dress than Nias has a lot of designs, and I think they're called sequins, and I'm just going to type that word. Sequins are like, uh, they're different things that you can use to decorate address, and they're like little small things, and they're often shiny, and they look very nice. Okay, so Eve, she has kind of a serious look on her face. Ah, lot of lipstick. A lot of actually all three of them. They have a lot of makeup on, and it's dark lipstick, right? Thies to kind of have more of a red. She has, like a dark, dark, dark lipstick. Ive has, I would say, long earrings on both ears, and she's sitting so her body is kind of faced away from us. But she's turned so that she can look at us, right? So we see the side of her body. We can't see the full front of her body, just the side of her body, and her dress is short enough that you can see her knees and her legs. Amy, she also has. I guess you could call it a backless dress. Who'd, Ahmad says, Like vampires gonna suck some blood. Teoh right, and said, I'm Deng says Ive spent two hours in the beauty parlor. They all probably spent a lot of time in front of the mere preparing and putting their makeup on. Right, Amy? Let's see. First, Nia has the darkest hair. I think Ive has a little bit lighter brown hair, and Amy has, I would say, blonde hair. It's the lightest color hair. Amy looks like she's looking at something that we can't see. She has, uh ah, backless dress as well, and you could call it Ah, sleeveless dress. I'm gonna put that in the comment sleeve less dress because there are no sleeves right, and she also has the same kind of a drink. I would say it's a popular drink because all of them are drinking it OK. She also has an earing. We can't see her other ear because one her hair is covering that year. Her dress, I would say, has a lot of decorations and sequins. It doesn't have similar designs to Eaves. Eva's has a lot of designs on it. Amy's has a similar pattern all the way through, and I'd say it's shining. If the if the light shined on it, it would probably sparkle end. I guess they're sitting in a nightclub or maybe in a bar or somewhere. Or maybe they just got dressed up and they're trying to pose for a picture I don't know, but with the drinks are probably in a bar or a nightclub. Okay, so let's move on to the next section. What we're gonna do right now is just summarize the picture. Summarize means to talk about the picture in just a few sentences were not going to go into a super great big deal of detail. Just a few sentences. So if I saw this picture and you asked me to summarize it in just a few sentences, I would say three young women are sitting together in a nightclub. They are dressed very nice and are drinking cocktails. They are ready to have a wonderful night and paint, but town read. Okay, so I would summarize it like this. Three young women are sitting together in a nightclub. They're dressed very nice. I guess we could say dressed very nicely because we're We're describing how they're dressed right there, dressed very nicely and are drinking cocktails. They're ready to have a wonderful night and paint the town red. Okay, so let's do Ah, big pronunciation. Repeat after me. Here we go. Three young women are sitting together in a nightclub. All right, let's repeat after me the next sentence. They are dressed very nicely and are drinking cocktails. Next sentence. They are ready to have a wonderful night and paint the town red. Okay, once again, if you guys did the pronunciation, give me some apples in the comment, it knows that it lets me know that you guys are alive, okay? 5. Create a Conversation: Let's take a look or we're going to create a conversation, right? So we have Nia, even Amy, and let's see what they're talking about, right Here we go. All right, Ive says, Ah, few more cocktails and I'll be ready to paint the town red. Yea, let's see. Amy says, Whoa, slow down. That's your 10th drink already. Pace yourself. New says I look fabulous. My breath smells like roses. And I feel ostentatious. Who ive We're gonna paint the town red like never before. I'm freaking out. Mia. Amy, I think ive is really wasted. I'd rather stay home and play video games while I eat nachos. Mm. Well, lots of vocabulary here. Okay? The first thing we're gonna do is we're gonna find the idioms, and we're gonna make them bold. So they jump out and they're easy to see. And it's easy to see how they were used in the conversation. And it looks like Oh, ive is the one who said paint the town red both times. All right, Ive okay. All right. So I'm going to read the conversation at regular speed and let's see what they're talking about. Okay, Ive a few more cocktails and I'll be ready to paint the town Red You, Amy. Whoa! Slow down. That's your 10th drink already. Pace yourself, Nia. I look fabulous. My breath smells like roses. And I feel ostentatious. Ive we're gonna paint the town red like never before. I'm freaking out, Nia. Amy, I think Eva's really wasted. I'd rather stay home and play video games while I eat nachos. 6. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases: Okay. Well, I think we have a question in the comment. What does cocktail mean? And that's from Kashi Nath Mondal. Welcome. Okay, let's see. Cocktail. Oh, that's right at the top. And it's our first vocabulary word that we're going to talk about in this conversation. So let's see. Cocktails. Right. Let's check it out. What are cocktails? Well, I've got some pictures. Here we are. These are cocktails. Basically, cocktails are alcoholic beverages. They could be mixed drinks. They could have, like, fruit juice in them. Different kinds of alcohol. Uh, rum, gin, whiskey. What else is there? Stuff like that. So maybe Ah, martini. Different drinks. A white Russian. Manhattan. Ah, mojito. So these are different cocktails. They're alcoholic beverages that you would probably find in bars and nightclubs like we talked about before. So these are cocktails and the alcoholic beverages. If you drink too many, you get drunk. Then you don't know what you're doing. All right, let's see in the comment, I see it says, Ah, Cedric Diggory. Hey, that's from Harry Potter's Is pay similar to control. Ah ha. We're going to get to that. I will answer your question and lay low Maeda welcome. She says she needs cocktails to do something right. That's the thing. Sometimes people feel very shy or they're not very confident and they drink cocktails because it relaxes them and they feel more confident, like they can talk and dance and have a wonderful time. Okay, so let's see. Ah, First Part IV says a few more cocktails and I'll be ready to paint the town red. Yea, and yea is just like, uh, I'm excited. Yea. Alright, so Amy says, Whoa, whoa, slow down. That's your 10th drink already. So Eve has already finished nine drinks and she's gonna have 10. Okay, so here was the question from in the comments. Cedric Diggory is his question was, Is pace similar to control? I think that's a great question. And we're going to talk a boat. Pace yourself. All right, Me one second here. Ah, In the comments, Layla Almeida says Yes. People sometimes need to drink. All right, so let's talk about the phrase pace yourself, all right? And see, Jack, they should answer your question. All right, let's find a year first. Repeat after me so we can make sure we're seeing it correctly. Repeat, out loud Pace yourself. And here it's not a question. It's not a statement. It's a command, right? We're telling the person to do something. Pace yourself in the conversation. Uh, Amy said Whoa. Slow down. That's your 10th drink. Pace yourself. Okay, so here are other ways. Oh, please repeat once again. OK, So says Saddam Day. I assume you mean this one. So everyone repeat after me. Pace yourself. Okay? And if you did pronunciation, please show me some apples in the comments. And I know that you guys are participating. Okay, so here are other ways to say pace yourself. All right. First is be careful. And this is a good one, because if the girl drinks too much, it's not good, right? She drinks too much. Is not gonna be good. Should be drunk. And maybe in a bad situation. So pace yourself is another way to say we'll be careful. We can also say Don't go so fast in the conversation, it looks like a me no ive as already had nine cocktails because Amy says, that's your 10th drink already. So if she's on her 10th 1 she's already finished nine. Okay, I think she's going to be drug. So her friend is trying to tell her. Paid to pace yourself. Be careful. Don't go so fast. In other words, take your time, right? Let's see so dumb. Dang says. Drinking alcohol is too much is dangerous for the liver. Yes, if you drink too much alcohol over a long period of time, it damages your liver, right? Your body can't clean both alcohol fast enough. Okay, so another way to say pace yourself is Take your time and here's more of a longer way. Which explains the idea behind Pace yourself. You'll be sorry later if you keep going too fast, right? So if you if you drink like crazy later, probably going to regret it, you're gonna feel sorry because you'll be sick. You won't have energy, and it takes a while for your body to recover. I see Leila Almeida says. Can I say pace herself? Sure. Well, in this conversation or in this part, it's a command. So she's talking straight tour, and she's saying, Pace yourself. As in you, you need to pace yourself. However, if we are talking about a different kind of sentence, we could say she needs to pace herself. Right? So this one is not a command. It is a declaratory. The clarity of sentence. It's sharing information. It's a statement. And she needs to match with herself. Because it's her so girl. And she's the one in the situation. So she needs to pace herself. If he was a he, we could say he needs to pace himself. If it's Ah, I need to pace myself. Let's see. Move this up. I need to pace myself. They need to pace themselves, right? And let's see. You could say we need to pace ourselves, right? In other words, we need to slow down. Take our time. Be careful, right? All right. Leyla Almeida says OK, I understood. Wonderful. See, Saddam Dang says, Don't put it till tomorrow. What you can do today, All right. Well, the word pace by itself. Pace is your speed, your temple, how fast you are moving. Right? So in this situation we're talking about how fast Ive is drinking her cocktails. Right? So Amy was saying, slow down When she says slow down, she wants ive to not drink so quickly. Eavis, Like right? She's already on her 10th drink so it's pretty much a guarantee she will be very drunk, right? So pace is another way to say your speed dial faster moving. Right. So over here in the pictures, we have, uh, a road sign, right? That you might see if you're driving. This would be very common in the United States, because we use MPH. We don't use kilometers per hour, but pretty much everywhere else in the world. You'll see kph or kilometers per hour. Okay, Uh, the curve means where the road is going to go, like this is going to turn. And the sign is saying, Slow down. Don't go too fast. If you go to faster on the curb curve than you might have an accident, you might go off the road. All right. And when we have runners in, like a marathon or a long race, they need to make a sentence. Ah, the runners. The runners need to pace themselves because if they don't pace themselves, they're gonna pass out, right? Your body can't keep going at a high rate of speed for too long, you get very tired, right? So the runners, if they want to be able to keep a good speed for a long period of time. They need to pace themselves. I don't go too fast. You have to move. But don't go too fast that you overwhelm your body, right? So this lady over here, she's jogging. She has looks like her cell phone on a shoulder strap or an arm strap, and she has the headphones in, and she's probably listening to good music. I It's possible that she's listening to this kind of music, but I'm going to guess that she's probably listening to something that has a faster pace of faster speed, a faster temple so that it excites her and makes her want to run more. Okay, so this is pace yourself. If you guys have any questions about pace yourself, put him in the comments. Okay, so let's go back to the conversation. So, uh, Amy just said, Whoa, slow down. That's your 10th drink already. Pace yourself. All right, So Nia says I look fabulous. My breath smells like roses, and I feel ostentatious. All right, so I look fabulous. Just means I look great. I look stunning. All my makeup and my beautiful dress. I look really pretty. I look awesome. I look wonderful. I look fabulous when she says my breath smells like roses. Maybe she's already drunk because I don't think sober people, uh, would say that that much. And just to make sure you understand, sober is the opposite of drunk. So a sober person is someone who has not been drinking. They have no alcohol in their body. And so they're sober. They can drive their safe. No problem. Someone who is drunk has been drinking a lot out of alcoholic beverages, and they might not control what they say, right? So if someone says my breath smells like roses, Okay. Maybe she has some some sort of spray that she puts in her mouth and makes it smell like roses. I don't know, but this is the part that we need to study, huh? I feel ostentatious. Does anybody have an idea? What does the word ostentatious mean? It's kind of a long word. Ostentatious. All right, let's see everyone repeat after me. I would say it slowly, and then I'll speed up. So first time slowly repeat after me. Ostentatious. And now a regular speed. Ostentatious. I feel ostentatious. Ah ha. We have some answers, Kashi. Nothing, Mondal says. Showy. MM, showy. That's a good word, Leyla and Amira says. Even Mia love to get drunk. Gesso! Marium D says Boastful. Who? Very good. All right, Mari MD. Says Shiny. Well, I think all of these words air headed in the right direction. So let's take a look at ostentatious. Okay, so here are a few pictures you could say. These people are being ostentatious, and I'm gonna give you a whole bunch of different ways to say ostentatious. Okay, so the 1st 1 Austin tasters and we have another one. I think someone already said it. Yes, Kashi North Mondal said Showy. Very well done. That's the 1st 1 on my list. Alright, showy means you want to show off. You want other people to see what you have, right? So maybe in this picture he has his big what? He has his gold necklace. He's got his sunglasses and he's all like, Yeah, man, I'm so cool. I want everybody to know that I'm cool. Okay, So the next one you could say con *** U S M conspicuous is the opposite of inconspicuous. If you're conspicuous, it means You're showy. You're trying to get people to see what you're doing. You want to attract attention. If you're inconspicuous, you want to hide. You don't want people to see what you're doing, right? Okay, so conspicuous is another way to say ostentatious. And who'd, Ahmad says to watch is actually being big. And Cedric Diggory says, I'm the best, right? This guy might be like Ah, yeah, I'm so cool. I'm the best. I'm the best ever. Waas All right, Leyla Almeida says. Ostentatious. When someone likes to show us what she or he has, that's right. That's right, right there. Showy, their conspicuous there also flamboyant. Whoa, it's another big word. Flamboyant, and we'll do pronunciation in a moment. But I'm gonna get through the list first. Well, another long word. Extravagant. Another word, which means ostentatious. Here's a little bit shorter. One. You could save fancy and you could say over a lab or it. Okay, so let's repeat them. Oh, Meriem, D says. Flashy. Right, Let's added to the list. Has put it over here. Flashy. Great, wonderful. Okay, so let's repeat after me. 1st 1 Ostentatious and repeat out loud. And if you're doing pronunciation show me some apples in the comments, and it shows me that you're participating. Okay, so repeat out loud, showy, conspicuous, flamboyant, extravagant, fancy, flashy. These will go together. They are a phrase. I'm gonna put quotes around them. All right, Repeat out loud. Over elaborate. All right, Casey Northman dollars. See some apples. Great. That means you're doing in pronunciation. Thank you. All right. So elaborate is similar to, like, fancy or flashy. Elaborate is to, like decorate to maybe, like, maybe like this guy. You were all these flashy things, expensive watches. But you do it in a way that is almost too much. So you over elaborate if this level is acceptable, right, you don't go to that level. You go way up here. So you go over, you go extra over elaborate. Alright. Ah, who tomorrow? 2018. So has some apples pronunciation. Wonderful. So, um, these are all ways to describe people. May be groups of people, but how people are acting and these air different ways to say ostentatious. The whole idea is that you want people to look at you. You want other people to know what you're doing because you think that what you're doing is very important, right? Okay, so we talked about this guy, this lady over here. I wouldn't say she is super ostentatious, but maybe somewhat. She has all of her, maybe designer clothes. Her designer sunglasses were expensive shopping bags and all that stuff. She's walking around and she's like, Oh, yeah, I shop in the most expensive stores. I shop in the most fancy places and nobody is going to say, Hey, I'm ostentatious. Hey, I'm flamboyant. No, they don't say that. Other people describe them as being ostentatious, fancy stuff like that. But people's actions, other people that look at them and say, Oh, they're being ostentatious. And this lady down here, she's just going monkey with her hair and I can't go funky with my hair because my hair is very short. Okay, so this lady, she has some pink hair. I don't know. Maybe it's a photo shoot. Or maybe she's just walking down the street and she's like, Yeah, yeah, yeah, I'm awesome. I didn't Okay, back to the conversation. Okay, here we go. All right. So Neo said I look fabulous. My breath smells like roses, and I feel ostentatious I feel showy. I feel conspicuous, and it's not very common. I don't think that someone's going to say describe themselves as ostentatious. But perhaps Nia has been drinking a bit too. Too many cocktails. And now after people drink and they have a lot of alcohol in their blood, they say things that maybe they wouldn't say if they were not drunk. Right? All right, let's see. Leila Tomato says example. Models. They need to stay showy. Sure, models probably would need to attract attention so that when they're taking pictures who, uh, who work it, work it, work it for the camera. Yeah. Yeah, because they wouldn't. They need to make money, right? And sell pictures for magazines, advertisements, stuff like that. Okay, so let's move forward. Ive is the next one to speak. She's Oh, ive is the drunk one. We're gonna paint the town red like never before. I'm freaking out. Okay? The first sentence. We're gonna paint the town red like never before. In other words, we're gonna party and go to bars and dance clubs like never before. And if someone says like never before, it just means that what you're going to do right now is to the max, right? I'm going to travel like never before. I'm gonna do everything. I'm going to go shopping like never before. I'm going to buy everything. So when she says we're gonna paint the town red like never before, we're going to go crazy and do more than we've ever done in the past. And this is a very, very, very, very, very informal environment. This is very informal, right? So since it's so informal, they're going to say gonna They're probably not going to say going to because it's so informal. Gona is incorrect English. But what do we know about native speakers? They always speak in correct English, especially when they had too much to drink. And they're not worried about speaking correctly. Okay, so let's talk about freaking out. And here it's a positive way. She even so excited we're gonna paint the town red like never before. I'm freaking out, so let me see if you guys know what does it mean or what are other ways to say I'm freaking out? If it's a positive way, what do you think? How else can we say I'm freaking out? And this time is gonna be a positively a good way. And you guys think, What's what are other ways to say? I'm freaking out all right? Cedric Diggory says. Freedom. Who? Ah Murray, M. D. Says to be drunk. That's probably part of it. But there's extra meaning as well. Who tomorrow? 2018 says Amazing. Ah, I think we're headed in the right direction. Right. Okay. Let me take a drink. One moments. Use me. Okay? Who? Tamar to those in 18 says awesome. Right? So remember, we're talking about this. I'm freaking out in a positive way because you could also say in a very negative way, If something horrible happens in your life and you're like, I'm freaking out, I don't know what to do. That could be negative. But in this situation, he was like, we're gonna paint the town red like never before. I'm freaking out. Okay, so let's take a look. What does it mean? I'm freaking out. I think you guys have a good idea already. I found this picture and I thought it was interesting, and I thought it was perfect to describe I'm freaking out in a positive way. All right, So while I'm explaining this or maybe you guys can tell me other ways to say freaking out or please describe this picture. What do you see? If we say this guy is freaking out, he's freaking out. Can you guys describe this picture? What do you see? Um, I see a man. What else do you see? Ah, Carsey North. Mondal says excited wou ID like that. Okay, Cedric Diggory says, Come on, fight me. Oh, right. It's possible. Who might says someone very excited, right? Pass enough. Mandelson is very happy. All right, here. Other ways to say arm freaking out. I'm going nuts. I'm so pumped up I'm really thrilled. I'm so exhilarated I'm electrified. So these are all different ways Similar ways to say I'm freaking out and this would be when you're saying I'm freaking out in a positive way. So something in life is making very happy, Very excited. And you can say I'm freaking out. Okay. All right, let's see. Uh, who did? Modules in 18 says I feel good. Yes, that's right. All right. And before we do the pronunciation, let's talk about this picture. So if we describe it, I see a guy who is thrilled. He's freaking out. He's so excited. He's amazed. He's exhilarated. He's electrified. Something is making him just so much positive energy. And I seem, Rmd says, bizarre, possible, possible bizarre usually means like strange or weird. I suppose if someone is freaking out, they might seem a little bizarre because they have so much positive energy that other people, maybe they don't understand, like what's happening with this person is quite bizarre. So this guy, he has Nike short time, maybe swim trunks or exercise shorts. I'm not sure red and black. And he has a hat. Excuse me, and the red hat is turned on backwards, Right? So we can't see the front of the hat. They're both red and color. So he matches. He has a full beard and his face is open like I am a warrior. I will conquer the world. Or maybe he's just saying yes. I finally got the shot. I finally took the picture because I think in his hand he's holding a picture and a tripod had toe crop the picture to make it fit. But yeah, there we go. It's a nice camera. Very nice camera with a full tripod. So maybe he was able to get the picture. And he's so happy, so happy. He's like, Yes, I'm freaking out. Maybe it took him hours and hours to get the picture serious. All right, let's do some pronunciation. Repeat after me and same thing. If you are doing pronunciations, show me some apples. Here we go. I'm freaking out. And the thing is, one more thing before I keep going. These all have exclamation marks, right? So we're not going to say I am freaking out? No, We're going to say I'm freaking out, okay? Repeat after me. I'm going nuts and nuts here is, like crazy, right? So if someone is nuts, it could be a bad thing. Or maybe you're freaking out. You're so happy and crazy about what's happening. I'm going nuts. I'm going crazy. Okay, Repeat off. Repeat out loud. I'm so pumped up. I'm really thrilled. I'm so exhilarated, I'm electrified. Okay? So if you say I'm so pumped up, it would just think of, like, good energy Or maybe like a ball. And you're putting more air into it and the balloon or the ball is getting bigger, bigger bigger, bigger, bigger. And you're like, Oh, just pump, pump, pump I'm so pumped, pumped, pumped, pumped up. I'm so excited. I'm so full of good energy. Okay, I see some apples. All right. From who'd Ahmad? That means you're doing pronunciation. Well done. I'm really thrilled is just another way to say I'm really amazed. I'm really excited. I'm so exhilarated. I'm so full of great positive energy. It's wonderful. And I'm electrified. Think of electricity, right? If you stick your finger where you plug in your phone are you plugging something? You're just full of positive energy. Okay, so that's I'm freaking out these air different ways to say I'm freaking out, but in a good way in a positively back to the conversation. Okay, so you've said we're gonna paint the town red like never before. I'm freaking out. Okay. So, Nia, she ends the conversation when she says, Amy, I think ive is really wasted. I'd rather stay home and play video games while I eat nachos. Okay, So we're gonna talk a boat. Ive is really wasted, so ive is wasted, right? So what do you think? Wasted means if we say Eva's wasted or ive is really wasted. What do you think it means? What do you think? Let me take a drink. You guys put something in the comments? Um okay. Uh, who to remind? 2018 says drink too much, right? I think that's the right answer. Let's talk a boat. Ive is Cedric Diggory says I play g t A. And I think that means Grand Theft Auto, right? Really? Violent, violent, exciting video game. So cedar Diggory says I played. I played Grand Theft Auto before, so I think wasted is die. Uh huh. Right. It can be in a different context. A different situation, if you say. Ah, well, waste him, right. Well, waste him. That is another way to say will kill him or will murder him. Waste will waste him right. That would be in the violent sense. But here we're talking about something different. Ive is wasted. We're not talking about death. Were talking about how drunk she is, how much she has drink. Mari MD says she's gone. Right? And when we say gone, we don't mean like she left the room. She walked out of the room. We mean like she's drink. So much that when you talk to her, maybe she can't respond, or she says things that don't make sense. But here we go. Here's some pictures that should help. Ive is wasted. Okay. I thought this picture was kind of cool. This is a character called Kermit the Frog. He's very, very popular in the US and see Kermit? No frog. That's the character here and in the picture. Well, he was Kermit The Frog was four Children, so I don't think they ever had him like this before. But Kermit the frog is in this picture. He has He is wasted. He has drink way too much. We have a lot of alcoholic beverages. Uh, things that have made him just pass out or blackout. Memes. You guys remember the idiom blackout? Ah, to become unconscious if you drink so much alcohol. If you drink so many cocktails that your body can't handle it anymore than you will pass out, you'll black out. And it's a way that your body is protecting you. They keep you from drinking too much alcohol to money. Alcoholic beverages. Okay, So if Eve is wasted, we could say Ive is drunk. We could say Ive is intoxicated. Ive is inebriated. Ive is really tipsy. Ive is dead drunk. Ive is roaring drunk. Okay, so all of these right here have a similar meaning to He was wasted. She's so drunk and wasted and probably fit better with Eve is really drunk. Or maybe you could say Ive is so drunk or very drunk. Whole idea. It's too much Her body. She's probably gonna be sick or hungover in the morning. All right, so let's do pronunciation. Repeat after me. Ive is wasted. Ive is very drunk. Ive is intoxicated. Ive is inebriated. Say this word one more time. Inebriated Ive is really tipsy. Ive is dead drunk. Ive is roaring drunk. So all these ways yeah, she's drank too much tipsy. I think tips is kind of a funny word because think of, like to tip over. If something is standing and then it falls down, it tips over. If someone is tipsy, who they're having difficulty keeping their balance. So Ive is really tipsy. It's probably difficult for her to walk around. She might need her friends to walk with her. Okay. All right. Who don't mind? I see some apples. Great That means you're doing pronunciation. All right, So Eva's dead drunk, inebriated and intoxicated are very similar. Intoxicated could be with alcoholic beverage, But it also could be with, like, marijuana, cocaine, some sort of drug that is affecting your body. If we say very drunk anything, what drunk is probably going to be with alcoholic beverage, like cocktails or beer or something like that? Right. Cedric Diggory has apples. All right. For pronunciation. Dead drunk just means really waste roaring drunk. Think of a lion that is roaring rock, Right? So it's a lot of energy. Like to the max, right? Not just roaring. Roaring, right. So it evens roaring drunk. She is like, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really drunk. Okay, let's take a look at the pictures. This guy has blacked out. He is no longer conscious, but he's still holding his bottle. Even in his dreams. He knows he needs to hold on to his bottle. Ah, see, Cedric Diggory says, Tiger drunk e guess drunk like a tiger. Uh, lay low. Mehta says The frog is very funny. I agree. I think that's a funny picture in a very, very creative photographer. All right. So this guy has passed out. Looks like at the bar on the desk. These people, we don't know if they're very drunk, but they're doing a toast, right where two bottles clink, they go together. Maybe they're like long life and happiness. And then they toast Klink, uh, to your good fortune. Klink. Right? And they may be drunk. I don't know, but they're enjoying the sunset while they drink their beer, and maybe they're already wasted. But if you ask me about this car, this frog, you could say the frog is roaring drunk. I mean, he's so drunk, he probably can't even stand up. He's blacked out. He's unconscious. But just like this guy, he does not let go of his his bottle. So if he wakes back up, it's probably be like, Oh, it's still in my hand. You wake up drink, right? Um, what an interesting lifestyle. Okay, so let's go back to the conversation. All right, So Amy said I think ive is really wasted. Really? Drunk, roaring, drunk. I'd rather stay home and play video games while I eat nachos. Can anyone tell me what are naturals? They are Well, we know They're food, right? She says while I eat nachos, Can anybody tell me what are nachos? Um, what kind of food are nachos? Ah. Hint is they're very common in Mexico. Uh, maybe other Spanish speaking countries. Let's see. What do you think? Anybody have an idea what nachos are? Well, I shall show you. These are nachos. Oh, let's see. Cedric Diggory says, peanut or not, Peanuts. There's something different, but that's a very good guess. Very good guys. Ah, Who'd Ahmad? 2018 says kind of chips. Yes, right. All right. So let's take a look at the picture. Two pictures. All right, So these are nachos, right? And Leila Almeida says food, right, Right. Nachos. Our food. And we could call them snacks they usually expose. That could be the main meal, but sometimes they are the appetizer, the small food that comes before the main meal, and people share and stuff. Ah ha. Leila Mehta says South American Mexico, still North America, but yes, Mexico. Right. And in the US nachos. Very common Americans, love not chose. Okay, So you guys tell me, what do you think the ingredients are in this picture? So these air. Both nachos. There. A little bit different. But can you tell me what are the ingredients? What do you see? How do we make nachos? What do you see? What kind of ingredients do we have? You make nachos, all right. We can see some things. Anybody have an idea what kind of ingredients we used to make nachos. All right, put it in the lay. Low made us is wrong. Mexico's North America. Right. Okay, So what are the ingredients to nachos? I know you guys can see the pictures, and you can probably tell me what the ingredients are. So what do you think I would love if you guys tell me? What are some of the ingredients in nachos? Halo made a please. I was wrong. No worries. Okay, Who Damonte says Cheese? Yes. Melted cheese. Oh, so tasty. I need to make this picture bigger because it's just so tasty Has put it to the front. Oh, I'm so hungry. And I haven't eaten dinner yet. Well, I'm going to faint. Okay. All right. Let's put it back. Small. Right. The Okay. So who Domar says? Cheese seizure. Diggory says vegetables. Leila Mehta says I see meat. Yes, Mario M. D says the ingredients are like pizza. Who? I would agree with that? Who'd Ahmad give smiley faces? I want to eat it, too. Alright. Kashi Nath Mandel in Hindi. Nacho means Let's dance. Let's dance. Oh, I didn't know that. Very interesting. Thank you, Kashi. Leila Mehta says lettuce and onion sure is possible, right? And it depends on how the person or the restaurant decides to make nachos. 7. Quiz & Review: Okay. All right, cause enough. Mondal says ready. I'm gonna assume that everyone else is ready for the quizas. Well, so I will go through all the questions, and then we'll go back and we'll talk about the answers and and talk about why the other ones were wrong. And we'll talk about the right answers. Okay? Who don't mind? 2018 says thumbs up, Thumbs up! Thumbs up! Thumbs out! Wonderful. Here is the quiz. Here we go. Question number one. What were the girls names? Here we go. Here are your choices. A ive Nia. Anna, be Amy Ive Nia. See Mia. Emma Amy D c A a me Eve, um, what is the answer? Let's play the music. Okay, so let's see what answers we have. We have be from Cedric Diggory. We have Huda Muchas ive Nia, Anna Lilo menaces ive Kashi Kashi Nath model says be Meriem says be okay. Let's see. What is the answer? What were the girls names? Or we could say the young ladies names the women's names. Here we go. Yes. The answer is Amy ive and Nia. Okay, It's time for question number two. Yes, OK. What is a similar way to say Pace yourself. What is a similar way to say? Pace yourself. Here are your choices. A don't stand still be Don't give up. See? Don't slow down d Don't go so fast. Play the music. Let me know in the comments. Your answers. - Okay , Time's up. I hopeful. Hopefully I'm not distracting you by moving to the music. Okay. What is a similar way to say? Pace yourself. Here we go. The answer is D did anything. Don't go so fast. That is a similar way to say pace yourself. Question number three Oh, yeah. Okay, here we go. If used positively, I'm freaking out. Can mean a I'm terrified. B I'm depressed. See, I'm electrified. D I'm impassive. Let's start the music. What do you think? - Okay , so I see answers in the comments and it's time to let you know if used positively, I'm freaking out Can mean see, I'm electrified, right? Okay, moving on. Question number four. Yes. Okay. Instead of painting the town red, Nia would rather a play video games at home. Be brushed her teeth with roses. See? Relax with more cocktails d play chess in a coffee shop What do you think? Time for the music. Let me know in the comments. - Okay , So instead of painting the town red, Nia would rather a play video games at home. Uh huh. Okay. We'll talk about the answers in a moment, but first question number five. Okay. The women's drinks were Mm. Wasn't looking at the camera. Whoa. This is a little bit more difficult One. Okay, here we go. The women's drinks were Mm. Wasn't looking at the camera. Here we go. Here are your choices. A yellow Amy. Be pink. Nia. See orange. Amy D. Empty IV. OK, now is the music okay? - Okay . All right. So this one was a fill in the blank one. Right? The women's drinks were wasn't looking at the camera. The answer is, see orange, Amy. Right. Okay, so this was the quiz. Right? Now we're going to go back and review the answers and talk about the incorrect answers. All right, let's see what we have. All right, So in the 1st 1 what were the girls names? The answer was B Amy, even Nia, and we'll double check to make sure I'm not lying to you. All right, Amy Ive and Nia, right? That was answer for number one. Right? Question number two. What is a similar way to save pace yourself? Answer is, don't go so fast. Okay? So let's look back to where we learned that we talked about pace yourself. Ah, well, look at that. Don't go so fast. Be careful. All right, Number three, if used positively, I'm freaking out. Can mean I'm electrified, right? So it can be a good thing and look right there at the bottom. I'm electrified. I'm so pumped up. I'm really thrilled. It's a good thing. OK, let's see. Question number four was instead of painting the town red near would rather play video games at home and eat nachos. Right? Let's see if the conversation the very end I'd rather stay home and play video games. Right? Okay. And question number five was the women's drinks were orange. Amy wasn't looking at the camera, right? So let's took a look at the picture to make sure, right? All of the drinks are orange and color, and Amy is looking somewhere else. Who knows what she's looking at, but she's not looking at the camera. Okay, so all right, we did the quiz, and now we're going to review, and we're gonna take answer the question. What did we accomplish in this lesson? All right, So did we talk about an idiom? Yes, we did. Did we use pictures and the idiom to create a conversation? Yes, we did. Did we use pictures to explain vocabulary and phrases in the conversation? Oh, yeah. Did we test you with the quiz? Yes. And hopefully in the goal was to improve your English. Yes, I think we did. Okay, lets see. All right. So just a quick review What we did. We talked about the idiom. Paint the town red. We talked about bars and nightclubs. He is penniless. We talked about a picture. We summarized it. We did a conversation. We talked about cocktails. Pace yourself. Ostentatious. I'm freaking out. He was wasted. Nachos and my favorite part. The quiz. Okay, so that is it for today. We did all this stuff, so yes, Yes. Way to go, guys. You are wonderful. Improve your English and become more valuable. Okay. All right. Thank you. Everyone. Alright. Kashi. Nath Mondal says it was my first live with you. I really enjoyed the lesson. Wonderful. Hopefully I'm not too crazy. Theglobe ole is to improve your English. And I think we did that. Lots of different ways to say thing and things. And I hope you had fun, and it never hurts to have a quiz. Okay. All right. So I'm gonna type into the comments. Thanks for attending this lesson. I had so much fun with. You are. Thanks again. See you next time. Okay. All right. That's it. And I'm signing off. I will see you in a little bit in the next time.