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  • right.

  • So let's get started.

  • Hello, James.

  • From invaded.

  • All right.

  • Well, it's our 100 video.

  • We've done 99 so far.

  • Quite amazing, actually.

  • When I first started this business, it was with Mr We were young lads.

  • Adversaries actually was back in the war.

  • Yes, it was a terrible time.

  • A lot of catastrophes.

  • A cone.

  • But Mr he was a strapping young man, actually was in the service for a while.

  • I think he was a paratrooper or something like that.

  • Anyway, we got together, and after a few dalliance has decided that we would immigrate to Canada.

  • I'm not quite an immigrant yet.

  • I hope to be part of this fantastic nation mystery.

  • Other otherwise is done quite well for himself.

  • Now, I think you've got a website or something called Invaded.

  • Well, he hired me.

  • Yes, this is my real voice.

  • I put the other one on for the Canadians who watched the video.

  • What did you want to know?

  • Well, one of the first things you were enquiring about was why the newspaper is fascinating, actually, and started the paper because I can't read.

  • You see, so Mr you would write the notes on the paper and I would start there Sometimes I would be The advertiser would help me with it.

  • And then other times I would just use it to hide my shame.

  • That's why I always thought with James from England, he'd have to write it down.

  • James from England as the newspaper.

  • Now other people asked about who is Mr Eat?

  • Well, I kind of told you he's a mystery.

  • That's what it means.

  • Mystery Is enigma something strange and mysterious?

  • I don't really know him.

  • No, I met him years ago.

  • Still in Mystery to me is quite a talkative check.

  • You know, chap in England as well.

  • It's getting around a busy here.

  • I mean, I'm at my mansion, of course, and all these people are milling about, So let's go soon.

  • But yes, Mr Lee, we have a new, engaging, quite entertaining relationship.

  • It's almost symbiotic in nature.

  • He could be one of many people I've met, and I've used in an amalgam of individuals to produced history.

  • I mean, he's brilliant.

  • All this man, you see him teach lessons.

  • He's quite acrobatic, quite adventurous.

  • What can I say?

  • He's brilliant.

  • Brilliant.

  • Well, that's James from in vid com.

  • Well, you know, our Monica W w w dot ng is in English, like That's original, right?

  • I'm English.

  • It's English video video dot com.

  • I'm gonna ask you to come back and watch the rest of the video where I'll get my alter ego, aka James SL, to explain a lot of the words of lingo that I've used in this particular video.

  • I hope it's been a good one for you.

  • And I look forward to seeing you at the website.

  • Don't forget to do the quiz.

  • All right, I look forward to doing are 202 150th video.

  • If Mr He lives long enough, He is a worm, after all.

  • You know, not an anthropology, but it were We might actually see video 1000.

  • Well, to Tafa now.

  • And you know chip chip Cheerio and all that.

  • It's meaningless.

  • Little gonna look at the comics now.

  • Uh, okay, do.

  • There's no place like home.

  • Well, 100 videos still cleaning the machine.

  • Oh, getting tired.

  • Uh, I'm just gonna Oh, hi.

  • Change, Ming vit.

  • Well, that's our 100 special.

  • Um, yeah.

  • So the first part of the video, but I'm sure There are things in the video you didn't quite catch.

  • Certain words you didn't do.

  • So what we're going to do now is, uh um, don't look over here.

  • Um, we're going to go back to the board, like normal and mystery, and I will help you with some of the words that we were learning.

  • All right.

  • Anyway, let's get going.

  • Well, wraps up another video.

  • God.

  • Hi.

  • Sorry about that.

  • Sure.

  • You saw me at the coffee place having coffee, and then you saw it in the office.

  • You know, mystery and I with the rial office looks like Well, we did at 100 videos.

  • Congratulations to myself and to you and to mystery.

  • And I hope you enjoyed the last video.

  • But you probably noticed that use a lot of words that you've never seen before.

  • Well, that's gonna be your job to go back.

  • And what I need you to do is use the listening videos I taught to find the words that you don't know and use some of the other strategies to understand.

  • And don't forget to use a dictionary.

  • Try to do a less than that proper dictionary.

  • Use Well, while I'm at it.

  • Let's go over 10 of the words thes are the most common words that would be used.

  • Some of them are actually British English, as opposed to North American, but they're valuable on their most commonly used.

  • So why we go over them?

  • No mystery.

  • He loves the 100.

  • And before I start, I want to say thank you to 33 Ray, because of you and your idea about doing something special, we've done this hope we did a good job.

  • And before we close it out, why don't we go through these words?

  • Shall we?

  • Now, Adversary adversary is like an opponent or an enemy, someone who you are challenged by or you work together on challenges.

  • So your competitors, right?

  • So I use the word competitors or opponents someone on the opposite side that you battle against, fight against or compete against That's adversary catastrophe.

  • Well, I was hoping this video wouldn't be a catastrophe when we talk about catastrophe.

  • We're talking about a bad situation when something is bad or not.

  • Good, right, A catastrophe.

  • It didn't go very well.

  • It's a catastrophe.

  • Next is actually almost two.

  • Quite the opposite.

  • It's done quite well.

  • If somebody says to you I've done quite well, Well means good and I've done were for Do I'm doing well?

  • I have done a good job.

  • Usually when someone's done quite well, they did a good job or they're successful.

  • The opposite of catastrophe if you're doing work, Yeah, put it on.

  • If you put it on, is usually being fake, not riel.

  • I might have used the word fake in the video.

  • I can't recall, but if someone says to you he puts it on, it means not really.

  • As in that case, my accent wasn't riel, but it also could be their attitude or their beliefs.

  • Right?

  • They think they're better than you puts it on.

  • Really.

  • They're insecure.

  • They don't feel strong.

  • Enigma E is from English meaning out off X Enigma is a mystery out of the realm of knowledge.

  • Oops!

  • Realm area.

  • Okay, If something is an enigma, it's a mystery.

  • You don't know what it iss.

  • Mystery is an enigma.

  • Just another mystery.

  • Talkative.

  • My God, this is a 15 minute video.

  • I've been rather talkative.

  • It means to talk a lot if someone's talking.

  • If they like to talk, maybe too much.

  • Well, I have to be talkative or you wouldn't learn anything.

  • Now here's an English word and I mean British English chap.

  • Nice chap.

  • Usually like young man, right?

  • Or a guy?

  • Right guy.

  • He's a nice guy.

  • He's a nice chap or chap would be like he's a nice chap.

  • Young man.

  • Gentleman, right?

  • Amalgam.

  • Interesting word comes from dentistry because they would take different types of minerals and put them together into your teeth after they used to use a porcelain.

  • And that's where people get in amalgam, right?

  • Joining together.

  • So an amalgam is in this case.

  • In the video, I said, mystery is the Malcolm of people, and it went different parts of people I took and put together to create a character for you to watch and enjoy a que a k a three legs, a k sri a.

  • K Ray a k James E S L A.

  • K means also known as It's the other name.

  • You go by right?

  • Somebody says, also known as They'll go James, also known as a three legged dog, right?

  • Whatever it means.

  • That's the other name people call him, and finally, the lingo took my baby.

  • It's a joke from dingo.

  • Lingo is like language, but more like a slang language.

  • Do you know the lingo?

  • Do you know the language that they speak or the slang that they're speaking?

  • Right?

  • Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this 1/100 episode.

  • Uh, well invaded.

  • Well, James sl ending of it.

  • And my favorite worm love the 100.

  • Look forward to the next.

  • You too.

  • And in fact, I know you're probably there, but if you haven't, you really need to go to w w w dot ng as an English vivid as in video toe.

  • Watch that and the other 400 videos we have going.

  • Wow.

  • Been a long time.

  • But you've been with us the whole time, and I really appreciate that.

  • Have a good night or a day wherever you are this time of day, Danine.

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