字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Welcome to English in a minute. You already know that firefighters are trained to safely put out fires, put out fires. Do Ana and Jonathan have new careers? Huh? I haven't seen you all week. What have you been doing? I have been busy putting out fires. First, Kim yelled at a very important customer. And then Kevin Kevin gave the wrong presentation at a big meeting. So now is not a good time to tell you that there is a big mistake in this report as an idiom. To put out fires means to deal with urgent problems rather than your usual tasks. Think of the problem as a fire. Something that needs to be dealt with quickly, before it spreads or causes much damage. And that's English in a minute.