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  • Hi, everybody.

  • My name is Alicia.

  • Welcome back to know your verbs in this lesson, we're going to talk about the verb.

  • Carrie, Let's get started.

  • Let's begin with the basic definition of this Ferb.

  • The basic definition of Kerry is to move while holding or supporting something.

  • Examples.

  • Can you carry this bag?

  • I always carry a pen.

  • Okay, let's look at the congregations for this burb present.

  • Cary Cary's past carried past participle carried progressive carrying.

  • Now let's talk about some additional meetings for this burb.

  • The first additional meaning is to move a person or an object from one place to another.

  • Examples.

  • Veins carry blood throughout the body.

  • The bus carried the Children to school, so here we see objects and people being moved from one place to another, through or via or buy something else.

  • And we use the verb Kerry to describe that.

  • In the first example, sentence veins carry blood throughout the body.

  • Veins are the like.

  • You can see them on your arm, usually blue colored.

  • They're the kind of like pipes, I guess you could say Like, imagine them as pipes that carry blood.

  • So blood travels through the body through these veins so we can say veins carry blood through the body.

  • So veins are the method through which blood moves throughout the body.

  • So veins air carrying the blood, we kind of can imagine in that way they're carrying.

  • They're responsible for carrying the blood.

  • So we can say that veins are kind of responsible for moving blood around the body.

  • We can use the verb carry to explain that in the second example sentence the bus carried the kids to school, the buses, the method of transport for the kids.

  • So the kids are moving from one place to another place.

  • The bus is the method of movement.

  • So the bus carried the kids to school.

  • We can use carry to talk about this transportation.

  • The second additional meaning is to have a gene or illness.

  • Examples Rodents are known to carry Rabies.

  • Some people carry diseases they don't know about.

  • In the first example sentence.

  • We see rodents are known to carry Rabies, so rodents are like small, like rats or mice.

  • Those kinds of dirty sort of creatures.

  • Wild creatures.

  • Rabies is a disease.

  • A serious illness, like causes you to behave strangely in.

  • Your body has really strange problems, too.

  • I won't talk about Rabies that much, not so important here.

  • But rodents are known to carry Rabies.

  • So the small like the biological parts, the things that cause Rabies.

  • They carry that illness rodents are known to carry, so it doesn't mean carry like a backpack, really, but carry a gene or carry an illness carry a sickness inside the body.

  • In this case, rodents are known to carry the sickness that is Rabies inside their bodies.

  • In the second example, sentence some people carry diseases they don't know about.

  • It means some people have diseases in their body, but they don't know about the disease, so you can imagine like we carry the disease, We hold it in our body and we move around.

  • But we don't know about it.

  • We use the verb carry to talk about this.

  • Let's move on to the third meaning the third additional meaning is to make something a success.

  • To make something a success.

  • Examples.

  • His leadership carried the team through a difficult time.

  • Her performance carries the show.

  • So in both of these examples, we see that someone carried something so someone caused something to be successful because of their actions or because of their leadership, as we see in the first example sentence.

  • So his leadership carried the team through a difficult time means the team was successful in a difficult time because of his leadership.

  • But we use the verb Kerry to mean that, so we can kind of imagine that this one person, in this case, his leadership, his leadership, um, and his abilities to be a good leader, in other words, were kind of the thing that carried the team.

  • So we can imagine the whole team is on top of this one guy's leadership skills, so he is responsible for making the team a success in a difficult time.

  • So we use Carry to explain that in the second example sentence, her performance carried the show.

  • It means her performance was so good it was so important that the show was a success because of it.

  • So without her performance, maybe the show would not have been successful.

  • But her performance was really, really good.

  • Her performance made this show a success.

  • Her performance carried the show.

  • The fourth meaning of this burb is to reach a distance to reach a distance.

  • This could be like sound, or it can be something physical.

  • Some examples of this the sound of the thunder carried 20 kilometers ash from the volcano carried into the air.

  • So here we're not actually carrying a physical object.

  • In the first example sentence.

  • It's sound traveling, so the sound of thunder carried 20 kilometers.

  • It means we were able to hear the sound of thunder 20 kilometers away from the source.

  • So the sound carried in other words we use carry to refer to sound traveling a distance.

  • In the second example, sentence ash from the volcano carried into the air.

  • It means the ash from a volcano moved into the air.

  • We could even say like the ash from the volcano carried into the next city, for example, so it traveled into the next city.

  • It traveled some distance, but we can use Carrie to talk about that as well.

  • Let's we want to some variations for this verb, so the first variation is to get carried away to get carried away.

  • This means to get too excited or too involved in something.

  • Usually it has, like a positive meaning.

  • We get carried away because we're excited about something.

  • But let's look at some examples.

  • First, I got a little carried away baking last night.

  • He got carried away listening to music.

  • Both of these examples air pretty innocent in the first example sentence.

  • We see I got a little carried away baking last night.

  • It's like I baked too much last night.

  • The ideas that I was too excited about my baking and I baked too much.

  • Or maybe I stayed up too late, making something.

  • I got carried away with it.

  • I did too much of it because I was so interested in this thing.

  • In the second example sentence, he got carried away listening to music.

  • It maybe means he spent too much time listening to music.

  • Maybe he forgot to do his homework or he forgot to go to work or he was late for work or something because he was carried away.

  • He was so interested in listening to music, he forgot something or he did too much of it.

  • In other words, so this generally just means you're too excited about something or to involved in something so it can have a positive meaning.

  • The next variation is to carry over to carry over means to continue into the next period to continue into next period.

  • Examples Hon used data will carry over into the next month.

  • My airline Miles carried over into this year, so these two expressions both use like points or miles or some kind of data in the first example sentence.

  • It's like a mobile phone contract.

  • Unused data will carry over into the next month if, for example, I have one gig of data available on my mobile phone every month.

  • But I only use 500 megabytes.

  • I have 500 megabytes remaining.

  • That's my unused data.

  • That amount carries over to the next month.

  • That means I have one gigabytes plus 500 megabytes of data to use in the next month, so carry over means that amount continues to the next period.

  • We see the same thing in the second example sentence.

  • My airline miles carried over into this year, meaning my airline, miles from the previous year, carried over or continued into this year.

  • So maybe I didn't use those miles last year, but they continued into this year, and I can still use them.

  • So carrying over means continuing something.

  • We see it a lot in, like, credit card contracts.

  • Or, like mileage plans or data plans.

  • Anything with data, points numbers.

  • We might see that sort of thing.

  • All right, so those air a few different ways to use the verb.

  • Carrie, I hope that you found a new way to use it.

  • Of course, if you have any questions or comments, want to try to make an example?

  • Sentence or no?

  • Some different ways of using the verb.

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  • Carrie Young Pisanu.

  • After then.

  • Additional meanings.

  • Additional meanings.

  • Why do I do these things like a a My goodness.

  • Getting silly.

  • Okay, data usage.

  • And I only use 500 megabytes.

  • What is that?

  • Okay.

  • So, for example, so sorry.

  • Okay.

  • Okay.

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