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  • Hi, everybody! Welcome back to Top Words! My name is Alisha, and today we're going

  • to be talking about 10 Break Up Lines. These are lines that you can use when

  • you want to end a romantic relationship.

  • Let's go!

  • I need my space.

  • So if you feel the other person is maybe just always with you,

  • always looking for time, or just bothering you,

  • whatever, it doesn't matter. You don't want to spend time with that person

  • anymore, you can say I need my space.

  • "Oh do you want to go to the movies with me this weekend? It was so much fun to

  • see you yesterday, and we can do something tomorrow, and then we can go to

  • the movies together too, don't you think it will be great?"

  • "Actually, I need my space."

  • I need to focus on my career.

  • So maybe you're really really busy with work, or you're just looking for an

  • excuse to break up with the person. To break up with someone you can say,I'm

  • really sorry, but right now I need to focus on my career.

  • I think we need a break.

  • This is after you've been seeing someone for some time,

  • and you decide that maybe they're not the right person for you.

  • You can say, I think we need a break. Be careful though, this phrase sounds like

  • there's a chance you may get back together in the future. If you don't feel

  • that there's a chance you will be continuing to see this person, maybe

  • choose a different line to break up with them.

  • I think we're moving too fast.

  • This is an expression you might use towards the

  • beginning of a relationship, maybe for example, you meet someone and then you

  • start dating them, and then a month later they're, like, let's move in

  • together! And then three months later it's like, oh let's get married, or

  • whatever. The pace of the relationship seems too fast, you can say "I think we're

  • moving too fast." So if you say this phrase maybe it doesn't mean that you

  • want to break up, but just this pace is too fast for me, let's slow down.

  • I'm just not ready for this kind of relationship.

  • This could have many different meanings,

  • maybe the relationship is very serious and you're not looking for a serious relationship.

  • You can say "I'm not ready for this kind of relationship", saying I'm not ready

  • sounds like it's me, it's my problem.

  • I'm not ready for this kind of relationship.

  • It's not you, it's me.

  • There's no problem with you, rather I have a problem.

  • Maybe they're just struggling with some things that they're not...

  • they don't want to bring into a relationship, or maybe they're just

  • trying to be polite, maybe it is you, maybe it is you,

  • but the other person is trying to be kind, so you can say "it's not you it's me".

  • Let's just be friends.

  • You've been in a relationship with someone for a while and you decide

  • maybe it's better if we don't date each other, but i still like this person so

  • let's just be friends.

  • We need to talk.

  • Oh no! We need to talk. The dreaded "we need to talk".

  • If someone says we need to talk in that tone,

  • we need to talk, or if you get like a text message that is we need to talk,

  • it's never "we need to talk, I want to get a puppy".

  • It's never a happy thing! If you see, if you hear "we need to talk"

  • it's oh no something is bad at my relationship and i'm about to hear about it.

  • dun dun dun

  • and so you can follow we need to talk with a an actual issue that you need to

  • discuss about your relationship, or it can mean the end of the relationship. You

  • want to talk about ending the relationship.

  • We should start seeing other people.

  • The next break up line is we should start seeing other people.

  • Ouch! It means i don't want to see you anymore. Ah! One point about this, when we are

  • in a relationship with someone, there are a couple of different verbs that we use.

  • we use the verb seeing, to see someone; and to date, to go out with, those are a few.

  • So in this expression, we see "we should start seeing other people" so it doesn't

  • mean just like stand across the room

  • I see another person, I see you! Hi!

  • No, it means date, it means be in a relationship with. We use the verb "to see"

  • for that, one of the things that is sad about this phrase is that if someone

  • uses the phrase "we should start seeing other people"

  • there's a good chance that person is already seeing someone else.

  • Ouch! Ouch!

  • You deserve better.

  • The next phrase is "you deserve better". Oh! So if someone says to you,

  • you deserve better, like, I think we should end the relationship, you deserve

  • better, it means that the person feels they are not good enough, they're not

  • enough for you.

  • And so they think you should find someone better than the person saying

  • the phrase. Again this could be a sincere expression or it could just be a very

  • polite and kind way to end a relationship with someone.

  • That's the end! Those are 10 phrases that you can use to break up or to discuss a serious matter

  • in a relationship.

  • I hope that you don't need to use these words, and i hope that you don't have to

  • hear these words, but in case you do

  • those are some of the things that the other person might be trying to

  • communicate. So thank you very much for watching this episode of Top Words.

  • Please please please be sure to subscribe,

  • and we will see you again next time for more fun stuff. Bye!

  • So depressing! So depressing! We should start seeing other people. If I

  • say in a happy voice and doesn't seem so sad.

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