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  • Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is Adverb Phrase 7. The adverb phrase today

  • is bar none. Okay. Let's take a look at the note. If we say bar none,

  • it can mean no exception or with no exception or for sure.

  • For sure, certainly with no exception. We often use

  • bar none to express that someone or something is the best of its kind and

  • nobody is better. It literally means excluding none,

  • Remember excluding means not including. So if you say not including none, it

  • means you're including them all. So if you're saying somebody's the best when

  • you're including them all. You mean they are the very best. They are number one. So

  • that's the way we use it. So bar none. So barring none, not including none. So that

  • means you're including everyone. Okay. Anyway, we got our three common examples.

  • This is the way it would normally be used. She makes the best cheesecake bar

  • none. Meaning again, nobody's better without exception, for sure, certainly. She

  • definitely makes the best cheesecake. That was the best Marvel movie bar none.

  • So if you're a Marvel fan. You like a lot of the Marvel movies. Maybe this one you

  • thought was better than even all the rest. So you say that was the best

  • Marvel movie bar none. So without exception. You think this is number one.

  • Or number three here. That is the best Italian restaurant in the city bar none.

  • Meaning there aren't any other Italian restaurants in the city that are better

  • than this one. For sure, by far. This one is better than others. Okay. Anyway I hope

  • you got it. I hope it's clear. Thank you for your time. Bye-bye.

Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is Adverb Phrase 7. The adverb phrase today

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