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  • Do you want to be successful Learning English in 2019?

  • This and more coming up.

  • So most English learner say that their biggest goal is to get English fluency right.

  • That's probably your biggest goal in learning English.

  • And most Lear's also think that the way to get this is just five speaking English With more natives, however, there are some fundamental things that you have to do.

  • And the biggest part of this before you go out there and start speaking before you can really make a big advancements towards the school is to cultivate the right mindset.

  • That is how you think about learning.

  • And this isn't just important for English.

  • This is important for learning anything.

  • This is the habits and the goals that you create for your learning and right now, the beginning of a new year 2019.

  • It's the perfect time for you to do this.

  • I've already printed out my notebook that I used every year for planning my goals and trying to make your things happened here.

  • Growth happened in my life, so I've noticed that I'm just able to get so many more of my achievements, make my dreams a reality by setting out just a few hours at the game here to do this.

  • And that is why we have created this three guidebook that is going to help you get on the right path for fluency in 2019.

  • You down with that right now at the top or down in the description.

  • Plus, today we're giving you a fast and fun lesson.

  • Teach you a little bit about American culture of New Year's Eve and New Year's in United States with friends.

  • Let's roll the clip.

  • Our method for helping you understand fast speaking natives is simple.

  • First, you'll watch the scene with subtitles.

  • Then you will learn all the most important vocabulary expressions, pronunciation, cultural context, et cetera.

  • And finally, you will test your learning by watching it a final time without subtitles.

  • Our goal is for you to understand almost 100% way 1999 year.

  • Joey, we're very happy for you.

  • What's the matter?

  • We wanted to kiss at midnight, but nobody else is going to.

  • All right.

  • I'll take care of you kissing at midnight, huh?

  • Rachel?

  • Phoebe?

  • What?

  • You gotta kiss someone.

  • Can't kiss your sister.

  • Who's gonna kiss my sister channel.

  • Oh, dude, who would you rather have?

  • Kiss your sister Mia channel.

  • It's good point, since I have the whole history with Rachel, I guess.

  • Phoebe.

  • Okay, feet deep.

  • Listen, Ross wants to kiss you at midnight.

  • So obvious.

  • Why doesn't he just ask rates?

  • Reach.

  • Listen, I'm gonna kiss you.

  • What?

  • Everyone's gotta kiss.

  • Someone can't kiss Ross, Get the history.

  • So So who would you rather have kissing me or Chandler?

  • Wait.

  • You?

  • You, You You do anything for you.

  • Wait.

  • Here we go.

  • Phrase used when you're starting to do something or when something is starting.

  • Especially if it is something exciting example.

  • He said, Here we go As the plane start to move.

  • Here we go again is a related expression that is used when something unpleasant is about to happen again.

  • Example.

  • Here we go again.

  • It's about to rain for the 10th consecutive day.

  • The situation in the beginning of this scene is what people typically do on New Year's Eve to bring in the New year, which is tow watch the Times Square ball drop a big event with live music and entertainment leading up to the end of the day it is also televised.

  • This is a big ball, located on top of Times Square and iconic Plaza in New York that drops gradually from 11 59 to midnight when the new year begins.

  • This is why we also find Ross counting down 1999 the year Joey, We're very happy for you.

  • What's the matter?

  • What's the matter?

  • What's the matter?

  • Use for asking, What's the problem or what's going on?

  • Example.

  • Why are you crying?

  • What's the matter in this case?

  • Joey Chandler, Monica.

  • What's the matter?

  • As he sees they look unenthusiastic, complex use of two.

  • Sometimes we purposely admit repeating a verb when it has just been mentioned.

  • This is the case when Chandler says Way wanted to kiss at midnight, but nobody else is going to know.

  • Here he avoids repeating the verb kiss, as is clear from the immediate context.

  • Below are some examples with the emitted verb or verb phrase between parentheses.

  • She asked me to come, but I didn't want to.

  • I quit smoking and you have to to he likes to cook and Michelle he likes toe as well.

  • All right, I'll take care.

  • Take care of something to deal or find a solution for something example.

  • I haven't booked the hotel yet.

  • Oh, don't worry.

  • I'll take care of it.

  • I'll have my secretary take care of the arrangement.

  • Who you kissing at midnight?

  • You Who you kissing at midnight, huh?

  • We sometimes say, huh?

  • At the end of a question to ask for agreement.

  • Example.

  • This is a pretty cool place, huh, man?

  • You look big.

  • You've been working out, huh?

  • You kissing at midnight, huh?

  • Rachel?

  • Phoebe.

  • What?

  • You gotta kiss someone.

  • Can't kiss your sister gotta when we want to express obligation or need.

  • We commonly use Ghada as a colonial alternative to have two or must God it represents The words got to.

  • So you've got two becomes you gotta in Britain.

  • Informal English example.

  • We got to go get some food before the store closes.

  • Example.

  • You gotta work harder if you want to see results.

  • All right.

  • Are you having fun?

  • So far, Be sure to hit that subscribe and the bell so that you could get notifications for our newest lessons so we can help you taking your fluency to the next level this year.

  • Yeah.

  • Who would you rather have kiss your sister Mia channel.

  • It's good point.

  • I would rather if you say that you would rather do something or you'd rather do it.

  • You mean that you would prefer to do it?

  • Example.

  • Another stay at home and watch a movie we often use.

  • Then, for comparison, example, I'd rather go running and then playing a video game.

  • Right now we use would rather not to express this as a negative statement.

  • Example.

  • I'd rather not go out until it stops raining.

  • Good point.

  • Used to tell someone that they had a good comment, thought or suggestion.

  • Example.

  • We need to buy the baby clothes of one or two bigger sizes because he will grow fast.

  • Yeah, of course.

  • Good point.

  • Since I have that whole history with Rachel, I guess.

  • Phoebe.

  • Okay.

  • Since used as a formal alternative to because example, I stop going to that restaurant since they never serve good food anymore.

  • Note, however, that in this scene since is used at the beginning of the sentence to coordinate to ideas.

  • Example since he kept coming late toe work, I had to fire him.

  • Example said the city is not so far away.

  • We could go by car and save some money.

  • You two have a history with someone.

  • If you say you have a history with someone, it means you have a prior and often negative relationship with that person.

  • Most times this expression implies a previous romantic relationship.

  • Example.

  • I can't work there because I have a history with one of the employees.

  • Wait.

  • 99 year.

  • Joey, we're very happy for you.

  • What's the matter?

  • We wanted to kiss at midnight, but nobody else is going to, you know.

  • All right, I'll take care of you kissing at midnight, huh?

  • Rachel or Phoebe?

  • What?

  • You gotta kiss someone.

  • Can't kiss your sister.

  • Who's gonna kiss my sister channel.

  • Oh, dude, who would you rather have?

  • Kiss your sister?

  • Mia channel.

  • It's good point, since I have the whole history with Rachel, I guess.

  • Phoebe.

  • Okay, feet deep.

  • Listen, Ross wants to kiss you at midnight.

  • So obvious.

  • Why doesn't he just ask rates?

  • Reach.

  • Listen, I'm gonna kiss you.

  • What?

  • Everyone's gotta kiss.

  • Someone can't kiss Ross, get the history.

  • So So who would you rather have kissing me or Chandler way?

  • You'd do anything for you.

  • So some of my big goals this year are to get the C two certificate in Catalan and to run 1/2 marathon here in Barcelona, coming up in a couple months.

  • So I would love to hear What are your big goals for this year?

  • Just help me down in the comments below and let's support each other.

  • Also, be sure to get that mindset optimization guide.

  • Trust me, guys, this is really going to help you to reach your fluency goals for 2019 and to reach any other big objectives you have for the year.

  • Also remember to subscribe, get our newest lessons every single week and check out this lesson that we made about how to learn with music in case you missed it.

  • And they have another lesson I think you'll really enjoy here.

  • Now go out there and kick outs with your English.

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讓2019年成為你的英語流利年 (Make 2019 Your Year for English Fluency)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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