Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles So, earlier, I was outside with Jen, and I said, "It's really hot out here." And she said, "You can say that again." It didn't mean that she wanted me to actually say that again. It's just a phrase we use in English when we agree with someone. It's about 31 degrees here, which is quite a bit different than a few weeks ago when it was snowing. Uh, and it's a little hot. Um, it's not overly hot, but it's not what we expect at this time of year. So you would often, uh, when we have a bit of heat at this time of year, people say, "Wow, it's really hot out here." Uh, and then people might reply and say, "You can say that again." Um, this isn't limited to the weather, though. If you ever agree with someone, uh, and they say something that you agree with, you can say, "You can say that again." And again, it doesn't mean that you want them to say it again. It doesn't mean that you want them to say it twice. Sometimes people do just for fun, or to be funny. Uh, but when you say, "You can say that again," it simply means, I agree with you. Um, and then there's this other weird English phrase, "I couldn't agree more," which, looks like it's in the negative, but it's not in the negative. It actually means that you agree with someone. So again, if I said to Jen, "Wow, it's really hot out here," she could say, "I couldn't agree more," which means she actually agrees with me 100 percent. So again, if you say to someone, "You can say that again," It means that you agree with them. And if you say to someone, "I couldn't agree more," it means that you agree with them as well. Anyways, Bob the Canadian here on a hot sunny day here in Ontario, Canada. Um, we're not quite used to it, but we will get used to this weather eventually. I know for some of you, it's way hotter. Um, so I don't want to complain too much about the heat. Anyways, hope you're having a good day. Uh, and I hope you enjoyed this little English lesson.