字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Welcome to twominenglish.com. Teaching you English through two-minute lessons. In this lesson, you will learn about the idiom 'dead right' and how to use it in your conversations. To be 'dead right' means to be certain that something or someone is correct. Yes, this is an idiom which means that something is correct without a doubt. Will you give us an example, Susan? Sure! You were dead right when you said that Mike would arrive at 9. Good example. That was because I know Mike very well. So, 'dead right' something is absolutely correct. Right. This is an expression that we can use when we want to agree with people, right? You're dead right, it is! Very good, Sam. You've used it correctly! Thank you, Susan. Okay, let's learn some more by listening to some conversations. Good idea! It'll be helpful. Glory, where are the car keys? I saw you put them in your pocket. I'm sorry, I don't think they're there. They were in the right pocket of your blue coat, I'm telling you. Hey, you're dead right! The keys were there all along. Man, tell me how to find who's that annoying caller. I don't recognize the number. He just keeps calling and hanging up? Yes, and when I call back, no one ever picks up. I bet it's your little brother. Call the number from my phone. You're dead right! It was him. See? Don't get stressed over such small things, Sam. Sam, can you guess the speed of the latest super train? Sure I can. It's faster than the normal train! Clever answer. You're dead right, my friend! Glory, do you know the answer to the math question on page 3? Yep, it's 5.555 Dead right! Math is my best subject. Ask me another. You're dead right, it is! Hey, you're dead right! You're dead right! You're dead right, my friend! Dead right!