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"run out" | English Vocabulary BOOST + Quiz

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

      2:31
    • 2. Lesson Information

      2:26
    • 3. Explain the Idiom

      7:27
    • 4. Describe & Summarize the Picture

      2:52
    • 5. Create a Conversation

      2:29
    • 6. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases

      23:02
    • 7. Quiz & Review

      20:18
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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: Let's talk about the freeze, the world would end. So in Tom's mind, he is devastated. So sad, because there's no more pizza. So let's see. Here are other ways to say the world would end and the truth is, it's just this Things would be very uncomfortable. Right? Okay. So if the pizza's gone, the world's not really going to end. However, people like to embellish. We like to exaggerate. We like to make things sound more than they actually are, right? All right, weirdo. Let's take a look at weirdo. I'm gonna show you a picture. That explains it all. OK, here we go. Let's talk about weirdo. Uh, a weirdo. This guy could be a weirdo. All right, let me give you some other ways to say a weirdo. A wacko? Mm. Though these air similar ways to say a weirdo. And usually what if we call someone a weirdo? It's kind of negative, right? It's not usually a compliment. You don't go up to someone and say You're a weirdo. Way to go. Not really. Okay. So let's see whenever there's chaos. Who and also audacious. This one's full of good vocabulary and phrases. So first we're gonna dio whatever. There's chaos, go. Another one is when there's a frenzy. All right, in a frenzy can have different meaning, depending on the situation. But if we're talking about the situations here in these pictures of frenzy would be like a rush of emotion. And people are ready to do something, maybe destroy something, attacks something or fight or do something like that. A outside in a beautiful forest. Be inside a football stadium. See outside among a large crowd or D inside a huge, quiet church. All right, let's hear some music. 2. Lesson Information: Okay, so let's make sure we're live. I think we are Live. All right. Wonderful. Welcome, everyone. Today the theme is run out. We're gonna do a conversation. Phrases quiz, and it's all live. So this is a live English lesson. Oh, nice. And so the question might be, you know, what are we studying? It's good to know. All right. First, we're gonna talk about a medium we're going to describe in summarize a picture. We're going to use the picture and the idiom to create a conversation, and then we're going to use pictures to explain vocabulary and praises in the conversation . What? That sounds so nice. And it gets better because we're going to test you with a quiz. Mm. And see if you guys have remember what I've been teaching. Okay, so let's take a quick preview English lesson preview. Right. So we're gonna do the idiom. I'll talk about it. I'll give you an example. We're also going to talk a boat. The world would end. I'll give you other ways to say it. Also, Tom freaks out. We'll talk about the meaning, and I'll give you other ways to say that. We're gonna describe a picture. We're going to summarize the picture and create a conversation using the picture nice. And in that conversation there will be vocabulary. Vocabulary like a weirdo. He's lovable, running up and down the street whenever there is chaos. He's so audacious, right? And then I'll have to put on my glasses because there will be a quiz. Mm, wonderful. Okay, so if you guys Oh, I see people in the comments Sky Blue says, Hello, everyone. I will say hello. G mesquite, The J says Hello. Hello. Hello. I might as well type something in the comments and I'll put an apple. Right. Hello. Hello? And let's see. Ah ki zero fed to Leyva. Gives it an apple before I could. Nice work. All right, here we go. Hello. Hello. I put it in the comments. 3. Explain the Idiom: Well, let's jump in and let's get started with the idiom. Here we go. The idiom is run out. So let's talk about what it means. And when we use it, run out means to not have any more of something. It's all used up. Its It's gone right. There's no more our supplies empty. And we need to get more if it's still important to us. Right? Okay, so let's see an example using this medium after running out of pizza, Tom thought the world would end. Tom freaks out when we run out of things. Okay, All right, here we go. So the first part is running out right after running out of pizza disaster. So they ran out of pizza, and Tom thought the world would end. Mm. So, in other words, their supply of pizza hoof was all gone. And Tom thought the world would end. Let's see, let's talk about the freeze. The world would end. So in Tom's mind, he is devastated. So sad, because there's no more pizza. So let's see. Here are other ways to say the world would end right, and it's not literal. It's just like he's so upset. So he uses strong words. Here we go. We could say it would be the end of the world. Mm. You could also say life would cease, but and the truth is, it's just this Things would be very uncomfortable, Right? Okay, So if the pizza is gone, the world's not really going to end. However, people like to embellish. We like to exaggerate. We like to make things sound more than they actually are, right? So if the pizzas out, like in the example after running out of pizza, Tom thought the world would end. It's not really gonna end, but he's going to say, Oh, my goodness, life would cease. It would be the end of the world. But it just means Thomas still hungry and he wants to eat pizza. All right, let's see. We have bunny breaths in the comment here. Hello, hello and we have Muslim Sonmez says Hello. Hello. Hello and welcome. All right, let's keep going. So these are other ways to say the world would end. Let's do some pronunciation. Repeat after me. Here we go. The world would end. Everybody repeat after me and I will wait for you to speak here. we go, the world would end. It would be the end of the world. Life would cease. Things would be very uncomfortable. Okay? And if you're doing pronunciation, you're repeating after me Put some apples in the comments and that Let me lets me know that you're participating. Also, if you have questions, or when I make a list of other ways to say something, if you have an idea, put it in the comments and I will respond, and we can talk about it. Same thing if you have questions. All right. All right. Okay. So and I want to see comments that pertain to the lesson, right? Because I'm teaching a lesson here, and I think it will help you guys. So the comments make them be about the lesson. Okay. All right. Here we go. So this was that was the first part of the example. The second part is Tom freaks out when we run out of things, right? So Tom freaks out when our supply is empty, and this time we're talking about pizza. Oh, freaks out. Mm. Might be good to talk about what that means. So here we go. Tom freaks out all right, So here are Well, let's see. I'll do this one. Then we'll go back. That got to talk about the pictures and the other one. Here we go. So Tom Freak So we can say Tom goes crazy. Mm. We could say Tom becomes wild and weird Does he freaks out, right? You say Tom is suddenly full of extreme emotion? Mm. All right. So if you guys have other ways to say Tom freaks out but I'm in the comments and what we can talk about them. OK, so these pictures, they show people that are upset. This guy's like, ha, I'm going to turn into a vampire. Ah, he's freaking out. This guy over here, you just say, Ah, so maybe this is Tom and he's breaking out. He's so upset. Alper car says, screaming or annoying? Very possible, right? Very, very possible. If someone freaks out, usually they're out of control. They can't control their actions, what they say. Or maybe how they act right so it could be very annoying. You feel like Oh, in this instance, he's upset. There's no pizza, right? So if he's like, Ah, there's no pizza, uh, you just keep screaming and screaming. Everyone else is like This is very annoying. Right? Okay, so let's do pronunciation. Repeat out loud after me, Tom freaks out. Tom goes crazy. Tom becomes wild and weird. Tom is suddenly full of extreme emotion. All right, so I think this is the only picture I didn't talk about here. This guy seems kind of pissed off, and you can use that to if they freak out. If someone gets so angry that your Sekera you can say they're freaking out, right? Because they can't really control their emotions anymore. All right, So before, I didn't quite talk about these pictures, So let's talk about them. All right, so this this would literally be the end of the world, right? Like everything burns up and poof, it's gone. Anybody who survives is wearing a gas mask. Right? But if we're talking about pizza being gone, then it's more like this. The girls like, Oh, I can't believe it. There's no more pizza left. The world is over, but it's not over like this. It's just like she feels uncomfortable, you know? Not having pizza. Okay, So once again run out is to not have any more of something. It's all used up, our supplies empty. We need to get more. Right. So after running out of pizza, Tom thought the world would end. Tom freaks out when we run out of things. Okay, so that's run out. Let's move forward to the picture. 4. Describe & Summarize the Picture: Let's move forward to the picture. Oh, right, OK, so we have two girls or young ladies. One is named Mary and the other one's named Tanya. And they have similar hairstyles, right? It's pulled in the back. They have long hair, but it's pulled in the back and you could call it a ponytail. Right? And if you guys want to help me describe this picture, put it in the comment. Now we can talk about it. All right, so it looks like they're outside. I think the sun is probably high in the sky, and it looks like they're in a maybe a crowded area. There are other people in the background. It's a little bit fuzzy, but I pretty sure there, outside, in a crowd, I think both girls are black or African American. You could say Tanya's wearing a blue and black shirt. Uh, the main part of the shirt is like a light blue, and the sleeves and the shoulder part are black. Uh, Mary has, I think, a brown sweater on and Mary's hair is has two tones or two colors. I think she dyed her hair a lighter brown, and now it's growing back into its natural color, which I think is black. Probably the same hair color as Tanya. All right, Tanya has a white hearing. Um oh, the thing that I have two sisters are remember the thing that holds together the hair right there. I think they call it a scrunchie. It's kind of like a rubber band. It's just a fancy rubber band, but it holds it together, so the hair doesn't follow. So Mary has kind of a blue or bluish green scrunchie, and Tanya has, I think, a great one. Right? So if we summarise the picture and summarize just means to say what we see, but in a few sentences, not super amount, you know, not a lot of detail. So this is what I would say I would say to Well, women are having a conversation. One is holding a cell phone. They are outside in the sun. There are many people around around them. Something on the phone is interesting. Uh huh. And they are looking at it. All right. So the possibilities about what's on the phone, who who knows, right? So here we go. I'm going to read it. Two women are having a conversation. One is holding a cell phone there, outside in the sun. There are many people around them. Something on the phone is interesting and they are looking at it. Okay, so that is summarizing the picture. All right. I think it's time to move forward. 5. Create a Conversation: Yes, it's time for conversation. And my conversations are never normal because right, I think normal is overrated. Okay, So Mary and Tanya are gonna have a conversation, and it looks like Mary is going to start. Here we go. I see you're gonna run out of minutes parking to that weirdo, huh? Tanya? He's not a weirdo. Is my sweet, lovable boyfriend. Mm. He's the best. Mary. Mm. Last night, I saw him running up and down, running up and down the street in his underwear. Tanya. Oh, he does that whenever there's chaos in the financial markets. Mm. He's so audacious. Um, Mary? Yeah, whatever. Okay. First step is we're gonna find the idioms, and we're gonna make them bold so you can see how they look and how they fit into this conversation. There's one right there, and all right, I think we just have one. You're going to run out of minutes. Okay. All right. So follow along. I'm going to do the conversation at regular speed. Here we go. Mary. You're gonna run out of minutes talking to that weirdo Tanya. He's not a weirdo. He's my sweet, lovable boyfriend. He's the best. Mary. Mm. last night, I saw him running up and down the street in his underwear. Tanya, he does that whenever there's chaos in the financial market. He's so audacious. Mary. Yeah, whatever. Okay, so this is the conversation. 6. Explore Vocabulary & Phrases: I think it's time that we do some vocabulary. Make sure we understand what's happening in this conversation. Ah ha Opera, Kara says. Weirdo equals weird person. Create question. And it's our first vocabulary word. Yes. OK, so Mary says you're going to run out of minutes talking to that weirdo, right? So run out just means her minutes are gone. They're going to go back down to zero. All right, weirdo, let's take a look. That weirdo. I'm gonna show you a picture. That explains it all. OK, here we go. Let's talk about weirdo. Uh, a weirdo. This guy could be a weirdo. All right. Let me give you some other ways to say a weirdo. We could say an eccentric well, person, we could say a non conformist, We could say a lunatic, an oddball, a loony, a wacko. Mm. Though these air similar ways to say a weirdo. And usually what if we call someone a weirdo? It's kind of negative, right? It's not usually a compliment. You don't go up to someone and say you're a weirdo. Way to go. Not really. There's something you probably saved behind someone's back. If you're gossiping and the person is not there, Did you? Did you meet Henry? What a weirdo. Right. Okay. So, Alper Kara, I believe that answers your question, Weirdo? Yes, is a weird person, A strange person, An eccentric person. All right. Eccentric. Oh, opera car says sorry. Okay. No, No need to apologize. I love questions. Okay, So eccentric means out of the ordinary, right? So the majority of people might be here, but this person is way over here doing something different. Maybe strange. Maybe normal to them, But everyone else is like, Mm. Nonconformist. All right. Inside we have conform to conform. Means to follow everyone else. Right? Do what everyone else is doing. So if we have a non conformist, we have someone who does not follow everyone. People might say they're a weirdo. Maybe they're brilliant. Maybe they're very smart, but people say they're weird, right? A lunatic. Now we're getting into the land of crazy. If someone says you're a lunatic, it means they think you're crazy, right? Yeah. That guy, he's a lunatic. An oddball is kind of crazy. It's like a weirdo. Same thing. Someone who stands out. An eccentric person, loony back to the land of crazy in a wacko. Crazy right? We have this guy over here. He's doing something with this lips like that and he has your sunglasses on. And he has his Ah, jumpsuit, I guess. Or leisure suit or exercise suit. And it's zip unzipped in the front and we can see his white T shirt underneath or his muscle shirt. You so like? Yeah, I'm awesome. I'm awesome. And everybody else is like You're a weirdo. You're Allouni. You're very eccentric. Okay, so that is weirdo. Let's go back to the conversation. All right, so Mary says you're gonna run on a minutes talking to that weirdo, that oddball, that really eccentric guy. He's strange. Tanya says he's not a weirdo. He's my sweet, lovable boyfriend. He's the best, all right, so time you might be a little bit offended by what Mary said. He's not a weirdo, all right. She uses the word lovable. Let's talk a boat. Other ways to say lovable. Okay, let's see if we could find, uh, and we'll have a complete sentence. He's lovable. It's a short sentence, but it's so sweet. All right, Okay. And let me know. Do you guys have any other ways to say he's lovable because I'm gonna give you 12345 that are similar, right? Okay, so first, let's talk about the pictures. And while I'm doing that, if you guys have other ways, to say he's lovable would have been the comments. And then we can talk about them. All right, so at the top we have a sunset and we have a romantic couple. It looks like it's out of a movie. There's a nice bench nearby. Ah, and there kissing the woman has address on the man has probably pants and a shirt, and it's a moment of love frozen in time. Yes, I see, Layla Omega says. Sweet. Yes, right. It's very good. Lay low, made of says honey. Oh, sweet honey. Yes, all right. Down here we have another couple. Looks like they're about to kiss. I think their noses are touching and over here, their faces touching, and this one is in the winter. I think they have winter clothes on, but they don't care about the cold. They just care about the loving, the love that's going on, this couple there in a park. The woman's laid on her back. She has her hands around the guy's head on the side of his head, and he's down there sharing a moment. Ah, moment of love. All right, so let's see other ways to say he's lovable. You say he's adorable. Uh, he's charming. Is delightful. Is appealing, is enchanting. Mm. Okay. These are similar, right? It's hard to get exactly the right word, but these air quite similar to he's lovable. So let's do pronunciation. Repeat after me. Here we go. He's lovable, is adorable, is charming, is delightful. He's appealing, is enchanting. Okay, so once again, if you're doing pronunciation, put some apples in the comments, and it lets me know that you're participating. All right, these other ways to say he's lovable. Let's go back to the conversation. All right, So Tie said, he's not a weirdo. He's my sweet, lovable boyfriend. He's the best, All right? Mary doesn't agree. Mm. Last night, I saw him running up and down the street in his underwear. Strange. He's a weirdo. All right, so let's talk a boat running up and down the street. Okay, here we go. Let's take a look. All right? I'm gonna give you up to other ways that are similar to running up and down the street. All right, so this guy, he's in the middle of the street, right? He's almost right on top of the yellow lines and he is jumping, dancing, moving around, having a good time cutting a rug, which is an idiom for dancing. Maybe, but it looks like he's having a nice time in the daytime. And he's in the middle of the street. Uh, and it looks like it's a two way street because the cars on this side are parked that way, facing that way and the cars on this side of parked facing towards us. So he's kind of playing a dangerous game. If he doesn't focus, you know there could be a car behind him that destroys his good day ruins his day. All right, this the opera car says Teacher, Do you speak English? Accent or American accent? Well, what do you think? Did anybody hear? Answer the question. Do I speak with an English accent or with an American accent? Let's see. All right, we'll wait for a moment, see if anybody answers, and I will go ahead and give you other ways to say, running up and down the street. Okay, we could say moving back and forth along the street. Uh huh. So up and down is like, you're not staying in one place. You're going back and forth, right? All right, in other ways to say, moving to and froing over owned the street. Okay, so in the comments, Alper Kara says I think English accent. Well, actually, I have an American accent. So I was born and raised in the United States, and I have, uh, Kiesel fed to lay va says he is American in big letters. He is American. Yes. So I was born and raised in the United States. So that's where my accent comes from. Okay? No, If you study with me, you get a nice dose of American accent. All right, So we have running up and down the street. Similar way is moving back and forth. So once again, we have the idea of motion, right? We could say if you're on a boat, maybe a cruise or a ship. The ship is moving back and forth in the waves, right? It's similar to two and froze. Oh, the ship keeps moving to and Froebel because the waves are strong and they're pushing the ship back and forth to and pro. All right, okay, so let's do a little pronunciation. Repeat after me running up and down the street, moving back and forth along the street, moving to and froing around the street. All right, so whatever this guy's doing, he's doing it in the middle of the street. And he's probably moving maybe back and forth or up and down and moving around. Maybe there's some music or something that's just making him feel like like dancing. Yes. Okay, let's go back to the conversation. Here we are. Okay, so Mary had said Mm last night, I saw him running up and down the street in his underwear, so running up and down the street, running back and forth on the street, running to and froing around the street. Tanya. Oh, she understands. He does that whenever there's chaos in the financial market, doesn't everyone? Doesn't everyone run around the street when there's chaos in the financial markets? Probably not. Okay, so let's see whenever there's chaos. Who and also audacious. This one's full of good vocabulary and phrases So first we're gonna dio whatever. There's chaos. Let's see. Let's put it over here. Whenever there's chaos, let me find my slide. Here we are whenever there's chaos. Okay, so chaos. All right. So chaos is usually when things go wrong. There's no order. There's disorder. Uh, these pictures air great examples of chaos. Right? So on the top picture, I'm not sure which country it's in. This police say police. I implodes. I someone, I guess, somewhere in Europe. Maybe maybe Eastern Europe. Maybe. I don't know. I'm not expert, but it's black and white picture. And there's a huge crowd and looks like Maybe there are more people going in, and it's possible that something happened that pissed off the people right? And everyone is maybe fighting. Maybe they're pushing. Maybe the destroying things. Maybe they're making problems. So if there's something like this, there's a good chance that maybe the military or a huge number of policemen are going to come in and try to make the people go away. I don't know, but it's just it's a perfect idea of chaos, right? And if it grows even more and it would be the more chaos down here. Uh, looks like they have some weapons and stuff and they have flags. Maybe it's like a revolution, but when it's like a violent revolution, will boy, there's gonna be lots of chaos. There's not order. Right? Okay, So here are other ways to say, whenever there's chaos, they say, when there's disorder, right? So inside we have order, order, which is the opposite of disorder, right? And when we say order here, we're not talking. We're not talking about ordering a big Mac at McDonald's we're talking about. Things are organized, right? So order is the opposite of disorder. Okay, all right, we could say every time that there's may him. All right. Mayhem is another word that's quite similar to chaos. It means excuse. But you mean trouble problems. Things were going wrong. It's maybe it's just a big problem. And if there's a lot of disorder right, May him. All right, Let's go to the next one whenever there's who here's a nice big word. Pandemonium, pandemonium, Alright. Pandemonium is very similar to mayhem. I could it would be correct to say in this picture it looks like there is a lot of pandemonium and there might be even more pandemonium if it doesn't quiet down. If the people don't go away or if they don't relax, you know something has upset them. So pandemonium is similar to chaos, and it's similar to mayhem, right? And whenever there's pandemonium and mayhem, there's usually disorder because people are not organized anymore, they're using their emotions to make their decisions. And when we use our emotions, too much logic seems to go out the window. Okay, so let's see, Sky Blue says something in, I'm gonna guess its Turkish. But the only thing I say in Turkish is test accord it at him. So if you can put your comment in English, that'd be great. So everyone could understand including me. Okay, All right, here we go. Another one is when there's a frenzy. All right, in a frenzy can have different meaning, depending on the situation. But if we're talking about the situations here in these pictures of frenzy would be like a rush of emotion. And people are ready to do something, maybe destroy something, attacks something or fight or do something like that. It's like frenzy is like, uh, you all your emotions and your heart starts pumping, you're in a frenzy, right? So it could be like a riot. Or like, uh, something where the crowd is going crazy. But it could also be if there's a great deal at a store, like an iPhone and people they're trying to fight to get in the store cause they want to buy the new iPhone or the new. I don't know, whatever the newest technology Oh, a new PlayStation or something like that and people are going crazy trying to buy it. And there's a huge frenzy that would also spit for chaos right if people really go crazy. Okay, so repeat after me whenever there's chaos, when there's disorder every time that there's mayhem. Uh huh, Layla Al Mader says. When people are desperate, yes, I think that's a very good description. When people feel that they have no other option, then things can get very dangerous, right, because there no, no longer willing to talk. They don't want to negotiate. They want to take action, right to repeat after me. Whenever there's pandemonium, let's say this nice, big, juicy word one more time. Repeat after me pandemonium, and we can also say when there's a frenzy. Okay, so this these were other ways to say, Whenever there's chaos, let's go back to the conversation. All right, So Tanya says he does that whenever there's chaos in the financial markets, whenever there's a pandemonium in the financial markets, whenever there's mayhem in the financial markets, whenever there's a frenzy and people are going crazy and just doing a kind of things then Tanya says, Oh, but he's so audacious. My sweetie pie, my honey, He's so lovable. He's so audacious. Mm. So I think we could talk about the word audacious. Antonya is saying it as it's as if it's a good thing we'll have to see is audacious a good thing, A bad thing or just a neutral thing? Here we go is so audacious. No, the pictures might kind of give you an idea, right? So we have kind of like a Superman character here. He's going to save the world we have. Ah, I see. Is that like a Spartan, maybe a Greek soldier with his spirit, his shield, and he's standing on the edge of the cliff with the sunset in the background at the end of the movie and it's like honor and fighting and respect and audacity. He's so audacious, this guy who stand at the edge of the cliff I can take on the world. I can do anything or I just, you know, want to be careful that I don't fall off the cliff. That would be bad. Okay, so here are other ways to say he's so audacious, you could say, is very bold. Uh, that's another way. A very simple way to say Audacious is bold. Right? You're gonna jump in, you're going to get things done. You say he's really daring. He's so fearless. Oh, he's so fearless is very courageous. What is really dashing? He's such a daredevil. Um, right, so audacious means that you don't like, sit around right. You don't sit around waiting for things to happen. You jump up and you get out there and you make things happen. Your bold, your maybe your daring, your fearless, courageous, dashing, dashing can also mean like good looks like. He's so he's so dashing, like he's very handsome, but here it's like a courageous he's willing toe get things done. He's such a daredevil, he's willing to take risks right now he's so I'd a cious repeat after me. He's so audacious. He's very bold. He's really daring. He's so fearless. He's very courageous. He's really dashing. He's such a daredevil. All right. Okay, so these were other ways. Similar ways to say He's so audacious. All right, Albert, Keira says, Take risks. Brave person. Ah, hearty person. All right? Sure. Ah, hearty person is usually someone who has good, wonderful energy. They're willing to work hard. Get out there and get things done right. Take a risk. Sure. All right, let's go back to the conversation. I think we're towards the end of it. All right, So he does that whenever there's chaos in the financial markets. He's so audacious in Mary's like, Yeah, whatever As. And she doesn't agree, right? So let's do the conversation one more time at regular speed. Follow along. Here we go, Mary says. You're gonna run out of minutes talking to that weirdo Tanya. He's not a weirdo. He's my sweet, lovable boyfriend. He's the best Mary. Mm last night, I saw him running up and down the street in his underwear. Tanya, he does that whenever there's chaos in the financial markets He's so audacious. Mary. Yeah, whatever. Okay, so that was a conversation from this photo. And that's the conversation there have been while they're holding the phone and talking about it. Let's see Kiso fit to live a little labour says in a comment. From this time, our Children and Russia have to pass an English exam. One of the task is describing the picture with details. I think your YouTube channel and Instagram lives will be very useful for them. Wonderful. All right. I love to use pictures because Israel, right? Whatever you're describing, there's a really good chance that you can use that same vocabulary and phrases in another situation, Right? Because it's people were around people all the time. Okay, Wonderful. And thank you for the kind words. I appreciate it. Okay. All right. I think. Is it time? Is it time? Yes, it is. Guess what time it is. It's time for a quiz. Okay? 7. Quiz & Review: Let's do it. It's time for a quiz. Okay. Uh, sky blue says for a quiz. Yes. I think you recognize my glasses. Okay, here we go. Question number one and put your answers in the comments. Here we go. Number one in the conversation Picture. The women are probably a outside in a beautiful forest. Be inside a football stadium, See outside among a large crowd or D inside a huge, quiet church. All right, let's hear some music. - Okay , So in the conversation picture, the women are probably the answer is Here we go. See outside among a large crowd. All right, so let's check to make sure that answer is correct. Let's go back to the picture. All right. So I described the picture before, and I used, you know, a lot of quite a bit of detail, and we have two women and they are outside. It's not really clear in the background, but we can see other people, right? We don't know if they're standing in line or if they're waiting. Maybe for a concert or some announcement or a speech. Who knows, But, yeah, probably outside in a large crowd. So the answer is C outside among a large crowd. Let's take a look at the incorrect answers outside in a beautiful forest. No, not quite. That would be that one couple before, when we were talking about Uh oh, he's lovable. I think they might be in a beautiful forest celebrating their love. But for this question No, it's wrong inside of football stadium. No, not so much inside a huge, quiet church. Well, first we know that there outside, so it's immediately incorrect. So the best answer is C outside among a large crowd. All right, here we go. Question number two Which of the following is not a way to say a weirdo a a lunatic? Be aware, co see a nonconformist or d a prodigy? Yeah, let me know in the comments here is your music. I'm bright. Which of the following is not the way to say a weirdo? Answer is D A prodigy, right? And before we talk about what a prodigy is, all of the other three ABC are other ways to say a weirdo. Let's just check and make sure we studied before Oh, yeah, this guy the weirdo. Right Cirio, We have nonconformist. We have lunatic. And what was the other one? A wacko or loony? It's all here, right? A weirdo. But nowhere does it say a prodigy. What does the word prodigy mean? What do you think? If someone is a prodigy, it's a really good thing. It means like they're super smart, right or super. They have a super ability to play like the violin or they're like a kid and they're able to do math like a scientist already a prodigy. It's like something incredible that someone can do. And it's very common to say, a child prodigy to Maybe they're like they're six years old and they've already went to Harvard or they're eight years old and they're already a doctor or something like that. It's like really out of the ordinary, but we wouldn't quite call them a weirdo. It's abnormal. It's out of the ordinary. But it's like Wow, and most of the parents are like I want my kid to be a prodigy. Yes, Albert Kerr says. Genius. That's right, right? Genius, Super intelligent, super smart, Super clever, super clever. A prodigy, right? Question number three. How can we describe the guy in the picture below? Here's the picture. How can we describe him? A audacious, be ferocious see hilarious or D victorious? What do you think? Here's your music. - Okay , so how can we describe the guy in the picture below? I'm quite sure we saw this guy before. Okay, so the answer is a audacious right, And let's check out this answer first. And then we'll talk about the wrong answers because there's some good vocabulary and the wrong answers to Right. Okay, So audacious. But, uh, there he is, right? He's bold. He's daring. He's fearless, his courageous. He's dashing. He's a daredevil. He's audacious. Ah, you see, kids, ill full. Tell Eva says CRD. I don't know the meaning of other words. Great. Thank you for telling me. We're gonna talk about them. Okay, Let's see where we are. We are Okay. So the answer is audacious, right? He's bold. He's like Superman, Right? Okay, So the wrong answers. Ferocious, ferocious. Like think of an angry tiger or an angry lion whose like rar and they want to eat you. You'd say they're ferocious, right? They're going to probably cause you harm. They're gonna hurt too. So they're ferocious. Ferocious, kind of like angry and aggressive and willing to cause harm to other people. If we're talking about animals, right, you could say someone has like, ah, ferocious appetite like they want to eat so much right? And maybe they push people out of the way to get to the food because they have a ferocious appetite. There you go. So ferocious is like a lot like you are, but it's like almost too aggressive, right? Okay, hilarious means, let's see. Opera Car said It isn't bad. Ambitious, uh, ambitious is what actually closer to audacious. Ambitious is like a good thing because it's you have ambitious ambition. You want to do things. You want to get things done, you have ideas, and you're ready to put your plans in action. So ambitious is good. Usually seen as a good thing, right? Ferocious. Maybe if you have a dog and you want the dog to protect you and protect your home. Okay, let's get a ferocious dog because burger burglars and robbers don't like ferocious dogs, right? Hilarious just means really funny, right? Something just makes you Ah ha ha ha ha. It's so funny is so hilarious. The movie or the joke I just couldn't stop laughing. I laughed so hard that I started crying or something like that. So hilarious. Just means really funny. Really humorous. Uh huh. Victorious. I am the winner. I played, uh, we played basketball, and we were victorious. Or here's another good one. Let's see where we're for the picture, huh? Maybe this guy, the Greek warrior or the Spartan Warrior. They They had a huge battle, and they won, So they are victorious. So Victoria is just means to win, right? Be the winners. And if you're victorious, you're probably pretty happy. And you might have been audacious. And that helped you win. Right? So for this question, victorious is not the right answer. What? It's good to know the other vocabulary. All right, So audacious means bold, daring, ferocious is like like aggressive and, uh, maybe angry and aggressive and ready to attack. Hilarious. Just means really funny. And victorious means I'm the winner. You one right. You're victorious. Okay. Question number four. What was Tanya's boyfriend wearing in the street last night? A his T shirt be is underwear. See his socks? D his sweatshirt? Uh huh. I think it's time for music while you think about your answer. Here we go. - Okay , So what was Tanya's boyfriend? Where In the street last night. Well, unfortunately, he was wearing his underwear. So if he's wearing his underwear, that probably means he wasn't wearing other clothes, Right? If someone says that they're wearing their underwear, that means they're not wearing a shirt but not wearing pants. And the people are probably like, Why is he wearing his pink underwear on the street or his Superman underwear? Because he's audacious, right? Maybe has Superman underwear. And let's see, before Kissel, fit to Labour, says Now, it's clear rate. I'm glad it. I'm really happy when my explanations make sense to the students. All right. Okay, So what was tying his boyfriend wearing in the street last night? His underwear is T shirt. No, his socks, maybe, but we probably wouldn't be focused on his socks if he's wearing his underwear. It's sweatshirt. It didn't say anything about that. So if we go back to, uh, the conversation, uh, Mary says, Mm. Last night, I saw him running up and down the street in his underwear, right? Okay, so that was the answer. Let's see that was question number four. We still have one more question. Oh, nice. All right, question Number five. In the picture below. We can say there's a lot of a discretion. Be displeasure. See disorder or D disbelief. Create vocabulary words. Here we go. Here's your music. Okay, Okay. I'm right. I like this question because even if the answer is wrong, we still have a lot of good vocabulary words. Okay, so in the picture below, Here we are. We got the guy on his motorcycle. Looks like there's some helicopters. There's smoke, there's a road. There's ah ha. There's probably a lot of noise and confusion. All right, In the picture below, we can say that there's a lot of this order, right? We talked to boat a similar word before, right? Let's go back and then don't worry. We'll talk about the wrong answers as well. We were talking about chaos, right? But a very similar word is disorder. So the opposite is order, right? When things air neat organized and people aren't making a problem. But disorder is the opposite. Right? Chaos. And if we look at the picture, where is it? There is Look at the picture. Wow. I mean, yeah, chaos, disorder, pandemonium. You have all these military helicopters and this guy? Maybe he's like running away. I don't know. Maybe it's like, Ah, James Bond movie. Yeah, there's a lot of disorder and chaos in those in those movies. So the answer is C disorder. Let's talk about the incorrect answers. So discretion. If someone says you need to use discretion, that means you need to be careful what you say, right? Um, let's say you're going to talk to a big crowd of people and you're trying to be president or something like that. I don't know. And there are certain people in the audience that easily get angry and are easily offended if you talk about certain topics, right, so you're the person who helps you to write the speech, they might say. Okay, be careful. Use discretion. Use your wisdom. Whether or not it's good to talk about something right, you have to think first. Discretion. If someone says use discretion, they mean you need to look at the situation and decide if what you're doing is a good thing or a bad thing. Is it appropriate or inappropriate? Right? Use your discretion or use discretion. Right? Displeasure is pretty simple. It's just the opposite of pleasure. So this pleasure is something that's bad, right? Ah, it causes me displeasure. It makes me unhappy. I don't enjoy it. It's not good opposite, you know, it gives me It gives me pleasure. We're not eat ice cream. Oh, I get pleasure right when I eat. Uh, but when I eat liver displeasure, this'll pleasure. Right? Okay, So disbelief is the opposite of belief. Right? So disbelief would be the opposite of trust. So I trust you to help me out. But if I don't trust you may be whatever you say. I'm full of disbelief. I just I can't believe what you're saying, right? Okay. So discretion. If you use discretion, you have to use your mind to decide if it's a good idea to say something. Or maybe just, you know, keep your mouth shut. This pleasure is something that's like unhappiness. It's beat, not being happy disorder, chaos. This belief means that you do not. This you do not believe something right? Looks and they all start with this. Yes. This Yes, right. These three are kind of interesting because the dis in front of them means the opposite of the end. Right? So not no pleasure. No order and note. No belief. That's what this here means, right? Well, we were discretion. Crecion. As far as I know, it was not a word. So it just goes all together, and it's not necessarily a prefix that changes the meaning of the last part. So this one's altogether discretion. Right? Okay. All right. That was vocabulary. And that was the end of the quiz. Great. Wonderful. I love it. Okay, so let's take a look. What did we accomplish today? Accomplish? Means. What did we do? What did we finish? What did we complete? How did we move forward? Right. What did we learn? What did we dio? All right, So let's ask the questions. Did we talk about an idiom? Well, let's take a look. I'm pretty sure we did. And the idiom waas run out, right? To not have any more of something, it's all used up. We ran out of pizza. Tom freaked out. He thought the world would end. All right. So, yes, we talked about an idiom. Did we describe in summarize a picture? I know We did, Yes. Picture here of the two young ladies talking on the phone, and we did us the summary, right? All right. So we described and summarized a picture. Check it. We use a picture and a medium to make a conversation. I know we did, and we're gonna take a look. Here we go. So we have the picture, and inside we have the idiom and we made a conversation. So, yes, we did that one as well, but we get a check, Mark. All right? Do we use pictures to explain vocabulary and phrases in the conversation? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. We did. So we had the conversation. And then inside we had some interesting vocabulary words, right? A weirdo. He's lovable, running up and down the street whenever there's chaos. And he's so audacious. All right, so we did do that. We use pictures to explain vocabulary and phrases in the conversation. Test you with the quiz. Yes, we did. We did a lot. We didn't number war. And yeah, it's Oh, yeah, we did lots of good quiz stuff, okay? And we talked about the incorrect answers as well to help boost your vocabulary So we did everything today, right? Wonderful. Okay. All right. Here is our motto. Improve your English and become more valuable, right. Improve your English and have more skills. Improve English and be able to do more in the world. Right. Because English is so common everywhere on the Internet when you travel, right. Okay, so that is it. And I want to say thank you for everyone. It for being in the comments. I'm gonna play a little bit of music, and then I'm outta here.