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 Noun Phrase 47. The noun phrase today is death trap. Okay. Let's take a look the note here. A death trap can refer to a place or vehicle that is in such bad condition one fears that it could collapse , cause an accident or somehow lead to one's death. Okay. Let's take a look. That's what we mean. by death trap. You feel like you might get trapped inside of it, and that could somehow cause you to die. So let's look at example number one. That building would not pass any Fire Department inspections. All their emergency exits are blocked. If a fire ever broke out. Remember if it breaks out it means suddenly start. You would be in serious trouble. I wouldn't want to live there. It looks like a real death trap. All right. This is a perfect example. We often say someplace or possibly like they say possibly a vehicle , it could be a death trap. All right and let's look at number two. Number two is about a vehicle. Jack should bring that car to a junkyard. It is in such bad condition. I wouldn't be surprised if the engine caught on fire or the brakes stopped working while riding in it. You are taking your life in your hands. Meaning you're taking a chance with your life. You're risking your life. If he gives you a ride it is a real death trap. Okay, good. So these two are very good examples for death trap. Okay. Anyway , I hope you got it. I hope you enjoyed it. Thank you for your time. Bye-bye.