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  • Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is Adverb Phrase 14. The adverb phrase today

  • is in a flash. Okay. Let's take a look the note here. If something happens in a

  • flash, it happens very quickly and immediately. All right. Let's continue.

  • Of course, the meaning alludes to the idea that a flash happens very quickly.

  • So that's what it suggests. We all know that flashes do happen almost

  • instantaneously, very quickly. We have two types of flashes. The original one is a

  • flash of lightning, so anybody ever see a flash lightning (lightning and thunder sounds ) It happens, boom and

  • then it's gone very quickly. It happens and almost instantaneously. It happens

  • immediately. So that's , that's what we say. Something could happen in a flash very,

  • very quickly. Flash and the second one of course was the flash of a traditional

  • camera. You know remember before digital cameras. We had the traditional camera

  • and somebody had to push the button and then the flash went off. Of course that's

  • very quickly too. If you also remember from DC Comics, they had a character

  • called " the Flash" who could run extremely quickly. He was called the Flash because he ...

  • the idea is that like we sometimes say somebody could just flash by. Go by very,

  • very quickly. All right. Let's let's take a look at several examples we

  • have here. I'm just going down to the convenience store and I will be back in

  • a flash. This is a typical way you might hear

  • somebody use this. Or number two here . She just put her purse down for a second and

  • it was gone in a flash. It happened that quickly. What happened ? I just put it down

  • it's gone. Something like that. Number three. Just wait for me in front of that

  • school and I'll be back in a flash. So anytime we say in a flash. We're

  • letting somebody know very quickly. Right away. You're not fooling around.

  • It'll happen very quickly. It'll be soon. Okay. Anyway, I hope you got it. I hope it's clear.

  • Thank you for your time. Bye-bye.

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