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Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is lesson 236. The lesson today is the difference between calm down and keep calm. Okay. Let's look at the notes here.
First let's look at calm down. Calm down is often used as an imperative. An
imperative it's like an order. When you tell someone do it. Shut up. Be quiet. You
know, you're ordering somebody to do something. So calm down is often used as
an imperative or order to express that someone should relax, be less nervous
tense, angry etc. So be less tense nervous. All right. Let's look at
keep calm, or we say remain calm or stay calm is used as a warning to someone not
to panic or allow oneself to get too nervous angry or upset. Yeah. So basically
calm down is used after someone has already lost control of their emotions.
They're panicking or they're screaming or they're nervous. And you say calm down, calm down, settle down first, remain calm, but when
we use remain calm or stay calm. It means they haven't lost control of
their emotions yet. We're telling someone stay calm. Don't allow yourself to do
that. That's basically what we are saying. So let's continue here. Most of the time, students
will say calm down, when they should be using stay calm or remain calm. If
someone has not to become very nervous or angry yet, and you sense someone is
about to. You should tell them to remain calm. This is the problem I've come
across with a lot of students are always saying calm down. When they should be
saying remain calm stay calm because they haven't lost
control yet. So let's look at the first example. Of course with the X, this one is wrong. When
I tell you this bad news, I want you to calm down. No. here it should be when I
tell you this bad news I want you to remain calm.. So with the check remain calm. Remember you
haven't told them the bad news yet. So they they're probably not nervous or
angry yet. So you're kind of warning them. Like yeah I'm going to tell you this bad
news but don't panic. Don't lose control of your emotions. I
need you to stay, you know, in control. Okay and let's take a look at the second
example here. When that tightrope walker walks across the tightrope, he must calm
down. Yeah. I remember tightrope walker that's like somebody in a circus they
walk across, you know, though the tightrope they're where they could fall.
So they have to remain calm all the time. They can't let themselves get nervous. If
they let themselves get nervous, they may fall. So they really have to learn how to
control their emotions. So of course here. The correct way to say it would have
been when that tightrope walker walks across the tightrope, he must keep calm.
He must remain calm. He can't allow himself to ever get too
nervous or otherwise he might, he might actually fall. Okay, anyway. I hope
it's clear. I hope you can clearly see the difference now between calm down keep
calm and remain calm. Anyway I hope it's
informative. Thank you for your time. bye-bye
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Tutor Nick P Lesson (236) The Difference Between Calm Down and Keep Calm

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