字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hello everyone! Welcome to Idiom 100, where we learn 100 commonly used idioms by native English speakers. All of the explanations are in English, so it might be challenging for you, but just try to imagine the meanings in your head and study hard and soon you'll be able to use these idioms in your conversations. Is everyone ready? Let's begin. Hello everyone! Today's idiom is: give you a lift. Give you a lift. Alright, so let's imagine this idiom. So, lift means to pick up. So, if you give someone a lift, are you picking them up, lifting them? Well, we can imagine this in our head as we listen to the examples, okay? The first example: Can I give you a lift to the airport this weekend? Thank you, but I already bought tickets for the Narita express, so it's okay! Ah, okay, so he offered to take him to the airport, but he didn't need a ride. He was going to take the train, okay? Let's listen to the second example. Hey, can you give me a lift to the train station? Sure, it's on the way! Alright, so he asked for a ride to the train station. Okay, so to 'give a lift' means to give a ride, usually in a car, maybe on a motor cycle, okay? So give a lift means give someone a ride and usually it's a short distance or in the direction you're already going. So, it's very casual, not a big offer, not going to be a 2 hour ride, maybe 20 minutes or 10 minutes. Okay, so it's a very casual way to ask for a ride. Okay, so let's try using 'give you a lift' next time you want to offer or ask for a short ride from your friend. Can you give me a lift to the grocery store? Alright, so let's try to use this again soon. See you later! Bye!