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 Idioms 205. The idiom today is my lips are sealed. Okay. Let's take a look at the note here. This idiom basically means that I will not tell anyone this secret. This alludes to the idea of someone having a zipper on one's mouth and will keep it closed. Okay. It is like you are saying no secrets will escape. No secrets will escape this mouth. No, they won't get out. It is often followed with body language. Yeah. So a lot of times when people say my lips are sealed. They'll often pretend to go like this. Almost like they had a zipper on their mouth, and they're closing and they will not let any of these secrets get out. So no one will ever find out about this. So very often somebody might say you know you have to promise not to tell. You have to promise not to tell this secret, and they say don't worry, don't worry, my lips are sealed. And then will often say it that way. All right. Anyway, let's look at some examples here. Number one. Don't worry your secret is safe with me. My lips are sealed. Okay, and again they probably use the body language like that. I promise I will not tell anyone my lips are sealed. All right. That's example number two, and the third one. The all-girl pop group, the Go-Go's. Yeah, they were very popular in the 1980s. All-girl group means every member of the band was a female. I remember in those days that was you know that was that was a big thing. They were one of the first groups like that where you know it wasn't just the lead singer that was female, the whole entire group, everybody playing all the instruments was female so. The all-girl group called the go-go's had a big hit in the 1980s called \"Our Lips Are Sealed' and they they had a lot of big hits, But this was one of their first ones, And of course you know again this is in reference to meaning that they will keep secrets. They won't tell any of the secrets. Anyway, I hope you got it. I hope it's clear. Thank you for your , for your time. Bye-bye.