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 55. All right. Let's take a look. The noun phrase today is mood swing. Okay. Let's look at the note here. If someone has mood swings he or she experiences sudden unexpected changes in mood or behavior, especially from happy to sad to angry or really any kind of combination of that, and especially if they go back and forth suddenly and quickly we might say that somebody is experiencing mood swings or having mood swings. Okay. Let's look at some typical examples here. Some women can experience mood swings in the days just before their premenstrual cycle begins. Yeah. So you know their period begins.So this is, this is well known that this can happen to some women in this situation. Number two people who suffer bi-polar disease. I think we also say at manic, a manic depressive. Yeah. Can experience drastic mood swings. Yes of like a manic depressive or bipolar disease. Manic means like you're crazy and have all kinds of energy and depressive then you're depressed you're very sad so you can swing back and forth, especially between those two moods and number three. People who have borderline personality disorder are known to experience intense, intense swings very serious mood swings. Okay. So again, it means your mood changes quickly or suddenly from one to another, especially from happy to sad or possibly to angry as well. Okay. Thank you for your time. I hope it was clear. Bye-bye.