字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント 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: suit yourself. Suit yourself. Alright, so let's think about the meaning of this idiom and let's think of a good picture to imagine, alright? Let's say you go shopping with your boyfriend and you're shopping for a new suit, okay? And you pick out 3 suits, maybe black, and gray, and pink. Okay, and maybe the salesperson and your friend say, 'Maybe the black suit is the best. We recommend the black suit.' And you say, 'No, I like the pink suit. I'll buy the pink suit.' Maybe they say, 'Suit yourself.' Okay, 'suit' yourself. So, that's a good picture to imagine. Alright, let's listen to 2 examples and try to think about the meaning some more. Alright. Do you want to go shopping today? It's beautiful weather outside! No, I’m just gonna stay home. Okay, suit yourself, but you're wasting a beautiful day! Alright, so they said, 'Suit yourself.' Maybe they recommended to go shopping, but the person said, 'No, I'll stay home.' So they said, 'Suit yourself. Okay, be happy. We don't recommend it, but okay, it's what you want.' Alright, so let's listen to the second example. I’m not gonna take my umbrella today. I have a good feeling it's not gonna rain. Suit yourself, you're the one that's gonna get wet if it starts raining! Yeah, so their recommendation is, 'You should take an umbrella,' but she said, 'No, no. I don't want to.' 'Alright, suit yourself.' So, 'suit yourself' pretty much means, 'Okay, do what you want to do. Maybe it's not a good idea, but it's what you want, so go ahead. Please yourself.' Okay, so maybe it's not something you should say to your boss, but it's a very casual thing that you might say to someone you think is being selfish or silly, making a bad choice. Alright, suit yourself. Kind of a little condescending and not a good thing, meaning. Yeah, okay, so let's try to use 'suit yourself' next time someone you know is making what you think is a bad decision. Say, 'Okay, suit yourself. I don't agree.' Alright, so see you next time. That's all for today!