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  • Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is Verb Phrase 172. The verb phrase today is jot

  • down. Okay. Let's take a look at the note here. If someone jots something down, he

  • or she writes something down quickly or hastily like, like in a rush. Usually

  • something that is very short. It could also mean to take a quick note about

  • something. To just jot something down about it. All right. Let's continue. The

  • origin of "jot" is believed to come from Greek , in reference to being a small

  • quantity. A jot was referred to as the smallest letter of the Greek alphabet

  • and corresponding to the Roman" I" like this small lowercase "I" This is also

  • believed to come from Jod or Jodr . I don't know a Hebrew word from the Hebrew

  • language. This is the idea of how it formed to mean a brief or short note. Okay.

  • Good, and we just have three examples here. Let me jot down your phone number.

  • Yeah. This is one of the most common ones you always hear. People, when they want

  • to get someone's phone number. So let me jot it down quickly. Let me jot down your

  • phone number, so I can get in touch with you.? All right. Good or number two here . I

  • jotted down a few important notes from the meeting. Okay. Good. Perfect, number

  • three. I jotted down some ideas about what I may write a paper on. Yeah. Maybe

  • the idea was in your head to say I had better put this on paper before I forget

  • about it. So you jotted down some notes. Probably to remind yourself. All right. Good.

  • I hope you got it. I hope it was clear. I hope it was informative. Thank you for your time.

  • Bye-bye.

Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is Verb Phrase 172. The verb phrase today is jot


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英語の家庭教師ニック動詞句 (172) Jot Down (English Tutor Nick Verb Phrase (172) Jot Down)

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