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  • Yo yo, yo, I'm Ethan, your real life English fluency coach and I have a quick question.

  • Do you love how I met your mother?

  • If so, you are going to love this week's lesson because that is the TV shoes that comes from.

  • It's a very hilarious scene in which head, one of the main characters, has a crush on a beautiful woman, but she's just using him to get some different favors.

  • It's pretty silly, but I think you're gonna like it a lot.

  • And before we jump into the lesson, I just want to remind you, if you have not gotten our free three part mini course, what are you waiting for?

  • It will teach you English with the funniest scene ever from the TV series friends, and I'll actually give you a preview of that in just a little bit.

  • But for now, let's jump into this lesson with how I met your mother.

  • You must be over.

  • What?

  • Were you always this pretty?

  • Are you gonna give me the holo?

  • In high school, I was really shy and awkward line.

  • I was shy and awkward.

  • I was like, £100 heavier and I had these crazy buck teeth.

  • Seriously?

  • No, I've always been hot.

  • What are you gonna d'oh Tina, Who else would love this teacup pig, huh?

  • My boyfriend.

  • You have a boyfriend?

  • I know.

  • So annoying, right?

  • I mean, he's not really my boyfriend.

  • Oh, good.

  • I mean, technically kind of iss well is here, isn't it?

  • Some of both, but definitely not.

  • Neither Are you getting any of this?

  • I really like you.

  • I just need you to be p shit.

  • I don't want to leave you big brown eyes.

  • I am really into you.

  • I just can't be with you right now.

  • Uh, okay, Ted.

  • Right now is the classic on the hook.

  • Catchphrase.

  • Hey, there she is.

  • She brought some of her coworkers.

  • Hang on to this girl, Hang on to her and never let go.

  • Hey, big brown eyes, How you do it?

  • Good.

  • Hey, by the way, you you ditch that loser boyfriend yet?

  • No, sir.

  • First we cuddled.

  • Then we shared chocolate cake then?

  • Well, I don't usually join in on locker room talk, but I gave her a pretty sensual rub.

  • Hello?

  • Hey, Ted.

  • Hey, Tiffany.

  • I'm going on a town this weekend for my friend's wedding.

  • Wanna be my date?

  • I would love to.

  • It was finally happening.

  • Champagne head.

  • Oh, my gosh.

  • I forgot to call you.

  • Well, whatever it is you want to talk about, we can talk about it now.

  • Um, this is Jack.

  • He's the best man at the wedding.

  • We just got back together.

  • You know, now that I think about it, a phone call would've been nice.

  • You're Ted.

  • Ouch.

  • But I hear you make a mean chocolate cake is any great and he's in a band.

  • I just don't think you and I are gonna work right now on.

  • That's when it hit me.

  • I was on the hook.

  • I also realized I missed this so much, baby.

  • Tiffany was on this guy's hook.

  • It was a vicious cycle.

  • Henrietta was on my hook.

  • And years later, I found out this poor bastard was on Henrietta's hook.

  • You know what?

  • We're not gonna work ever.

  • I'm done.

  • And it's really better for the circulation if you need the arches with your thumbs.

  • Now you have a ever teacup pick.

  • The term teacup refers to a class of small domestic pick.

  • This type of pig receives this name because a teacup is small, it's worth mentioning that this animal isn't as small as a tea cup, and also this term isn't extremely common.

  • Cute.

  • Something or someone that is cute is very pretty or attractive example.

  • What a cute little baby.

  • I was shy and awkward.

  • I was like £100 heavier, and I had these crazy buck t shy, nervous, timid or showing lack of confidence around other people.

  • Buck t prominent upper front teeth Hot.

  • Pretty Q.

  • We're seeing these three words being used so far in the scene.

  • No, I've always been hot.

  • Were you always this pretty?

  • Although their meanings air similar in some ways it's important.

  • You know how they differ as well.

  • We use cute to refer to something that's attractive and young, and that makes you want to hug it like a puppy or baby.

  • But this word is also commonly used to refer to a person that's attractive or good looking.

  • Pretty is also used in this way.

  • Someone who's pretty has a beautiful face, but more to refer to women.

  • Hot, on the other hand, also means attractive but has a stronger sexual connotation.

  • It can be used for men or women.

  • I just need you to be the shit I just need you to be.

  • You say, I just need you to be p shit.

  • I'm really into you to be into something or someone.

  • If you're into something like to be into shooting video games, it means you like it.

  • You're interested in it and you know about it.

  • Example I'm not really into video games.

  • If you're into a person, it means you're romantically attracted to that person.

  • Ted.

  • Right now is the classic on the hook catchphrase catchphrase.

  • A well known sentence or phrase commonly used to characterize a person group idea or point of view.

  • This is especially common with TV shows, characters or public figures.

  • Like Joey from Friends is famous for saying, How you doing job interviews?

  • Don't call us.

  • We'll call you Is the typical catchphrase employers used to say to potential candidates.

  • They won't be hired.

  • Hey, there she is.

  • There she is used to say someone has finally arrived.

  • It made to know you've been waiting anxiously for that person to come and or they're happy.

  • They're now with or around you.

  • Example.

  • There he is.

  • We've been waiting for you.

  • Hang on to this girl.

  • Hang on to this girl.

  • Literally.

  • Hang on, toehold or grip someone or something Tightly, Metaphorically.

  • This word means to not let a person go to care for them or make them happy so that they don't leave you.

  • Hey, big brown eyes.

  • How you D'oh!

  • I'm good common response people use for the question.

  • How are you?

  • Note that dramatically.

  • It's not correct, but people use it anyway.

  • The grammatically correct response is I'm well, but people almost never say this.

  • What is a little more common with well is I'm doing well.

  • Hey, by the way, you you ditch that loser boyfriend yet ditch to get rid of somebody in a social situation or tender relationship with someone.

  • This is very rude or harsh example.

  • She ditched him because he was very jealous.

  • First we cuddled, cuddle, put your arms around someone and hold them close.

  • Showing affection Example The couple cuddled up a CZ.

  • They watch the movie.

  • Another example she cuddled with her baby brother.

  • Then well, I don't usually join in on locker room talk, but I gave her a pretty sensual rub.

  • I don't usually join in on locker room talk.

  • A locker room is a shared bathroom or dressing room, generally in public schools or gyms.

  • Locker room talk is private boys conversation, often about dirty details of sexual relations.

  • The joke here is that he's talking as if they were doing the romantic acts together, but in reality he's like her servant.

  • I'm going on in town this weekend for my friend's wedding.

  • Wanna be my date?

  • One state, In addition to being a romantic encounter, a date is the person you're meeting up with for romantic purposes.

  • This is Jack.

  • He's the best man at the wedding.

  • We just got back together.

  • Best man.

  • The best man at a wedding is the honor position of the best friend of the groom, the man who is getting married.

  • Three counterpart of this would be the maid of honor, the best friend of the bride.

  • The woman who is getting married to get back together start being a couple again.

  • After ending the relationship, for example, we broke up in December and got back together in March.

  • You know, now that I think about it, a phone call would've been nice.

  • Now that I think about it used to express your view, are feeling about something after having the chance to better analyze it.

  • Example.

  • I know that I think about it.

  • I'm not sure it's a good idea to quit your job right now on.

  • That's when it hit me.

  • I was on the hook.

  • It hit me.

  • When something hits you, you realize something.

  • It becomes obvious, and now you're aware of it.

  • Example.

  • When I saw the kid was the son of an ex football star, it hit me.

  • Why he was so good at sports.

  • On the hook.

  • Ah, hook is literally a curved piece of metal used for fishing, figuratively.

  • If you're on a person's hook, it means that although you are romantically interested in that person and he or she leads you along, that is, makes you believe like you have a chance.

  • They don't really want to be with you and probably just want the attention.

  • In this case, Ted talks about him being on Tiffany's Hook and Henrietta, his date from another episode being on his hook, and it's really better for the circulation.

  • If you need the arches with your thumbs.

  • Now I'm gonna need the arches with your thumbs.

  • Depress her squeeze with your hands or fingers.

  • In this case, a part of someone's body.

  • He tells Tiffany she should need the arches with her thumbs.

  • This is funny because you wouldn't normally expect someone to be kind enough to offer a piece of advice after breaking up with you is here, isn't it?

  • Is year, isn't it?

  • Is here, isn't it?

  • Is any great has any great native connected speech note how we cut, connect and link our words and example from the scene?

  • Ted reduces.

  • Is he or isn't he, too?

  • Is he or isn't it?

  • So he's removing the H on he, when he says, is he and then he also removes the tea on Isn't when he says isn't this example?

  • Combines two important native pronunciation rules.

  • One.

  • The reduction of the H on pronounce and two reduction of the T in and T words.

  • First, the reduction of the H and pronounce happens when the pronoun starts with an H, like he him her his etcetera, for example, is he becomes Izzy.

  • Then he becomes funny, but her becomes butter.

  • Why hiss becomes wise next.

  • The reduction of the T happens in NT words followed by a vowel sound.

  • For example, Internet becomes Internet international becomes international, went out, becomes went out And in all anti contractions, for example, isn't it becomes, isn't it?

  • Aren't I becomes art?

  • But in this scene there are a few examples where both of these rules are combined is here, isn't it?

  • Here is is a great example.

  • Isn't he great?

  • The H is reduced to, isn't he?

  • But then, because of the antique attraction and the fact that it's followed by a vowel sound Remember, the H is gone.

  • The tea is also removed here.

  • Five more examples of the reduction of H rule from the scene.

  • You have a boyfriend, You beautiful boy.

  • You have a boyfriend.

  • I mean, he's not really my boyfriend.

  • No, really, my boy.

  • I mean, he's not really my boyfriend.

  • Technically kind ofhis technically kind of technically kind of ISS is here, isn't it?

  • Is here.

  • Isn't is here, isn't she brought some of her coworkers.

  • She brought her co workers.

  • She brought some of her coworkers.

  • Hang on, hang on to her.

  • Never let go His any great great is any great.

  • Ah, yeah, I hope you've learned a lot so far as promised.

  • We're now going to show you a preview from our three part.

  • Many course.

  • Phoebe, He's nutty boyfriend.

  • So isn't it a bit cold out for shorts?

  • Well, I'm from California, Right?

  • Right.

  • Sometimes you guys just burst into flame.

  • I'm up.

  • I had gotten up.

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  • You have a big ever What?

  • Were you always this pretty?

  • Are you gonna give me the holo?

  • In high school?

  • I was really shy and awkward line.

  • I was shy and awkward.

  • I was like £100 heavier.

  • And I had these crazy buck teeth.

  • Seriously?

  • No, I've always been hot.

  • What are you gonna d'oh Tina, Who else would love this teacup pig, huh?

  • My boyfriend.

  • You have a boyfriend I know.

  • So annoying, right?

  • I mean, he's not really my boyfriend.

  • Oh, good.

  • I mean, technically kind of iss well is here, isn't it?

  • Some of both, but definitely not.

  • Neither.

  • Are you getting any of this?