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  • Cut it out the next phrases.

  • Cut it out now.

  • This is usually what a parent would say to a child when they want them to stop doing something.

  • Stop it.

  • In other words, cut it out.

  • Really, it's any situation that you want to have stopped.

  • Now let's say my friend likes to click her pen all the time and I'm getting really annoyed.

  • I would turn to her and say, Cut it out, Michelle, I'm upset.

  • The next raises, I'm upset.

  • Upset here means not.

  • Happy, angry, frustrated.

  • I'm upset.

  • You can say this in many different ways.

  • The intonation is important if you're trying to remain calm.

  • What's wrong?

  • Backe?

  • I'm upset.

  • I mean, I'm really upset, but I'm not going to show you.

  • Or you can really just yell this like I'm upset with you.

  • I'm upset.

  • Who do you think you are?

  • Who do you think you are?

  • So you say this to someone when you feel that they're being way too proud may be way too selfish.

  • They think their number one.

  • They've done something, and you can't believe they were so bold as to do that.

  • Like who do you think you are, Superman?

  • You can't run that marathon tomorrow with no training.

  • Who do you think you are here?

  • Do you think you are the president of the universe?

  • Watch your mouth.

  • Watch your mouth.

  • We say this when someone is using bad language or language we think is too strong for the situation.

  • A lot of parents will say this to their kids.

  • Or a lot of you know, people fighting in a relationship might say that to each other.

  • So I'm not gonna use the language here.

  • But if I said something very strong, very rude, my mom or my friend might say, Hey, watch your mouth.

  • Be careful about what you say.

  • You're not listening to me.

  • The next phrases.

  • You're not listening to me.

  • Pretty clear, right?

  • Yeah.

  • You're not listening to me.

  • Let me say it again.

  • I don't want to go or something like that.

  • You're not listening to me is used when we're getting angry because we really don't think that person is listening to us.

  • So we say, Hey, you're not listening to me.

  • I've been saying it many times, but you're you're not listening to me.

  • Let me say it again.

  • I want a raise.

  • Let's stay together loving you whether times are good or bad, happy or sad.

  • Al Green from Let's Stay Together.

  • Our first amazing love quote is from Al Green from his song Let's Stay Together now.

  • First I'm going to say it for you.

  • Then I'm going to sing it.

  • Okay, let's stay together loving you whether times are good or bad, happy or sad Now for Al Green, it's very important that you get very what we call groovy.

  • You gotta get me feel, Feel the groove and this chorus.

  • This comes from the chorus Let's let's stay Together Loving you whether times are good or bad.

  • Happy B o sad.

  • Thank you, Al Green.

  • That was beautiful.

  • Al Green.

  • Love it every time.

  • Nice slow song plan on a Friday night with your girlfriend or boyfriend.

  • So this quote I love it because it means that Al Green or whoever is sticking it to you is gonna love you, no matter if it's good times or bad times.

  • If you're happy or if you're sad and it kind of reminds me of the classic American wedding valves that we say, we say I will love you This is it Not exact.

  • But we say I will love you in sickness or in health till death Do we part?

  • I like this song a lot.

  • We should love each other in good times and bad, right?

  • It's not true love.

  • If you're just loving and good times, right, I want you there in the bad times to Bette Midler from Wind Beneath My Wings are second Amazing love quote is You Are the Wind Beneath My Wings.

  • We first heard this from Bette Midler in her song Wind Beneath My Wings.

  • Now this is a very beautiful song about It comes from a movie called Beaches that was about to basically best friends.

  • So she's singing this to her best girlfriend, and she's saying, You are the wind beneath my wings.

  • In fact, you are the person who gives me this feeling that I can fly and you support me, so I feel like I can fly.

  • So you're the wind kind of beneath my wings and it's This line is in the chorus that repeated many times in the song And it goes like this Did you ever know that you're my hero?

  • You're everything I would like to be I can fly higher than an ego For you are the wind beneath my wings Something like that I love that some of you will make you cry By the way, girls get the tissues ready Oh, And then the spell was cast And here we are in heaven for you are mine at last, Etta James from at last.

  • Okay, Our third amazing love quote is Etta James.

  • This is from her song at last.

  • Oh, and then the spell was cast.

  • And here we are in heaven for you are mine at last.

  • Now, let me talk for a minute about the phrase the spell was cast.

  • It's kind of like a witch that can cast a spell on you.

  • And so if you have a spell cast on you, it's like you are under this, like this, um, command from someone else.

  • And you are acting different because they made you do something.

  • But it's like you're so in love with this person that it's like you'll do anything for them.

  • You're under a spell, you know, we might say And so it's like we're in heaven together.

  • Feels like we're in heaven.

  • I've been waiting so long to be with you.

  • Here we are.

  • You are mine at lest now this may not surprise you, but this is a popular wedding song.

  • Um, Etta James saying this.

  • I want to say back in the 19 sixties, I might have that wrong.

  • But it also became popular from the Beyonce movie a few years ago where she played at a James and Beyonce sang this song as well.

  • This quote is right in the middle of the song So don't be Don't be surprised when I start very strong here, Here we go.

  • Oh, And then the spell was cast And he we, uh, in heaven for you are mad on at lest there's a lot of quai ver in the voice there in that song.

  • Actually, it does come at the end of the soul.

  • Sorry, not the not the middle but beautiful song.

  • Recommend that song at last.

  • Check it out by Etta James I keep the ends out for the tie that binds because you're mine I walk the line Johnny Cash from I walk the line.

  • Our next amazing love quote is from Johnny Cash, one of my favorites.

  • The quote is a little difficult, I think so listen closely.

  • I keep the ends out for the tie that binds because you're mine.

  • I walk the line, the tie that binds means like a tie or a connection to someone You're bound to that person.

  • And Johnny actually wrote this song for his first wife, Vivian, as kind of a promise to her that he would not cheat on her on the road.

  • So by this lyric, Ah, he's saying I keep my eye out in case anyone I keep the ends out here, he says.

  • It is like his eye.

  • I keep the eye, my ends out for any potential connection.

  • I don't want to be connected to anyone else because you're mine.

  • I walk the line now.

  • Walking the line means like to follow a strict line or path and not go out over away from that line to follow the rules.

  • Basically, because your mind I'm following the rules.

  • I am keeping my eye out in case I make any connections that I'm not hoping or wanting to make.

  • I keep the ends out for the time that binds because your mind I walk the line.

  • Sorry, Johnny had to go high on that one.

  • Johnny did not follow those rules.

  • In fact, when he met his second wife, June Carter Cash who turned out to be the love of his life And on the day he met her he said, You're the woman I'm gonna marry someday My baby don't care for shows My baby don't care for clothes My baby just cares for me Nina Simone from my baby just cares for me Oh, my God, I love this song.

  • Oh, my God!

  • Oh, my God.

  • I love this song!

  • The next amazing love quote is I'm gonna say it's my favorite.

  • I just love this song That's by one of my favorite singers of all time.

  • Nina Simone.

  • Absolute legends.

  • Wonderful pianist.

  • Okay, here's the quote.

  • My baby don't care for shows My baby don't care for clothes.

  • My baby just cares for me now.

  • Maybe by the end There you realize my baby is not her actual baby like baby.

  • No, no, This is her lover.

  • Her love interest.

  • So she's saying My baby don't care for shows My baby doesn't care about going to plays Or maybe movies My baby don't care for clothes My baby doesn't My lover doesn't care about buying the latest fashion trends.

  • My baby just cares for me.

  • My lover just cares about me so we don't need anything fancy.

  • We don't have to do anything special.

  • We just need to care and be with each other.

  • And so it's a It's a great It's a great quote.

  • Also notice here the grammar is completely wrong My baby Don't you should say my baby doesn't But this is for a stylistic flare, if you will.

  • So here is part of this amazing song Here we go My baby don't care for shows My baby don't care for clothes My baby just cans for me Oh, where is my piano?

  • Back up.

  • That song is gorgeous.

  • Please check out the whole song phrase number one I get to check this off my bucket list in English we have this phrase to kick the bucket, which means to die.

  • So to make a bucket list is to make a list of things to do before you die.

  • Now, for me, one of mine was to go in a hot air balloon.

  • I had tried to do it for the first time in 2009 but the morning I went, the trip was canceled.

  • So here I am again, uh, more than six years later and I'm trying again, and this time it was successful.

  • So I get to check it off my bucket list.

  • I get to do this thing before I die, and I did it English Last 101 Lister's.

  • It was so exciting.

  • So you should make a list of things to do before you die.

  • Your own bucket list Phrase number two.

  • Will you marry me?

  • So today is actually Valentine's Day, and it's very popular on Valentine's Day, and any time you're planning to propose to your special someone to go to a special place and I can't think of a more special place than in a hot air balloon, there's enough space.

  • Trust me in the basket to kneel down, at least from my country.

  • The U.

  • S.

  • A.

  • It's customary to get down on one knee.

  • It doesn't really matter which knee.

  • At least I've never thought so.

  • And you get down.

  • You kneel on one knee and you say, Will you marry me now?

  • Unfortunately, listeners, I did not see any marriage proposals on my balloon yesterday.

  • But I bet you today there are over 30 balloons that go off here in Bagram.

  • BMR, I bet you someone proposed.

  • Oh, it would have been such a beautiful moment.

  • Will you marry me?

  • That is phrase number two.

  • Phrase number three.

  • This is a first for me.

  • So going in a hot air balloon.

  • As I said, I had never done it before.

  • So it is a first for me, the first being the first time I have done something.

  • I'm sure there are many firsts that you can think of in your life that you've had and may be many more first that you'd liketo have.

  • So this was a first for me, or this is a first for me.

  • Phrase number 3 may be a first for you.

  • Could be the first time that you've ever had sushi or the first time that you've ever climbed a mountain.

  • I mean, there are so many first that you could have.

  • This is a first for me getting in a hot air balloon phrase number four The view is incredible from up here.

  • Now, this is something that we use in English to say whenever we've gone to the top of a knob survey Shin tower, the top of a mountain, the top of a temple.

  • Like I went to this morning or really any high place that you go to to take a great photo or to get an incredible view, We say the view is incredible from appear phrase number five.

  • What a ride!

  • Champagne time.

  • So at the end of my balloon ride yesterday, as soon as we dropped into the field below, we had a beautiful picnic basket unfurled on the field in front of us.

  • And we got to enjoy a glass of champagne to celebrate.

  • And when we finish something some incredible ride, some maybe could be in the car on a bus.

  • Uh, it could be from a bad experience or good, but we say, What a ride.

  • What a ride.

  • And when we're about to drink champagne, we say champagne time.

  • This expression from after riding in a hot air balloon, originally came from the pilots of these balloons, wanting to make sure the farmers in the fields where they landed didn't get too upset.

  • So they would offer the farmers some champagne along with any guests they may have in their balloons.

  • And that's where the tradition first came from.

  • So what a ride.

  • Champagne Time phrase Number five.

  • How much is it to?

  • How much is it to How much is it to the airport?

  • You might ask this question to find out how much it costs to take a train or a bus or a taxi to where you need to go.

  • If you get into a taxi, for example, and you ask, How much is it to the airport?

  • The taxi driver will tell you $30.

  • He'll tell you the price you need to pay to get to the airport.

  • If you're taking a train, you might ask the ticket seller.

  • How much is it to the airport and the ticket seller will tell you the train to the airport costs $10 for example.

  • That way you know how much it costs to go to where you need to be.

  • Does this bus go to?

  • Does this bus go to does this bus go to the suburbs Does this bus go to is a way of asking whether or not the bus that you're looking at has the destination that you need.

  • So you might get on the bus and asked the bus driver Does this bus go to the suburbs?

  • Whatever destination.

  • And the bus driver will answer and tell you Yes, Get on or no.

  • You want a different bus?

  • What time is the next bus?

  • What time is the next bus?

  • What time will the next bus arrive?

  • By asking What time is the next bus you're asking When the bus is going to come to the bus stop or whatever station the bus will stop At this way?

  • You know what time you need to be at that bus stop.

  • The train is running late.

  • The train is running late.

  • The train is running late again.

  • This is something I say all the time in New York City the train is running late.

  • If the train is running late, that means you will probably be running late when you get off the train.

  • Where are the ticket machines?