字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is Idioms 222. The idiom today is "to get out of bed on the wrong side.' Okay it's usually meant in a humorous way. We usually kind of say it as a joke. But all right. Let's take a look at the note here. If someone gets out of bed on the wrong side. He or she seems to be in a bad mood all day or for most of the day without any apparent reason. So you know you don't really know why. Now they probably do have a reason why, but you just don't know why and you can't figure it out. So they say well I don't know . I don't know why he's angry. I don't know why he's upset today. He must have just got out of bed on the wrong side. That's the way usually people say it. That's the way you usually hear it. So let's look at a couple of examples here. Example number one. Be careful what you say to the boss today. Yeah maybe he's already been moody that day. Maybe he's already yelled at several people that day. He is in a bad mood for some reason. He must have gotten out of bed on the wrong side again. That's the way we would use it. So this, this is probably one employee warning another employee. Be careful what you say to the boss today. He's in a bad mood. He must have gotten out of bed on the wrong side. Okay. And let's look at number two here. That sales clerk was really grumpy. You know, in a bad mood somebody's grumpy this morning. She is usually nice and maybe this is a place you go to often and you know she's usually nice but for some reason today I don't know maybe she's having a bad day. Maybe something personal happened in your life. She is just in a bad mood today. She must have gotten out of bed on the wrong side. So yeah. This is what some people say. Why ? Why do you think she's angry today ? Somebody might answer. Who knows ? She must have gotten out of bed on the wrong side. Okay. Anyway, I hope you got it. I hope it's clear. Thank you for your time. Bye-bye.