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  • What is up English Learner, I'm Ethan your real-life English fluency coach coming to you from the beautiful

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  • Today's lesson. I have a question for you. Do you like bacon?

  • well

  • What can you imagine?

  • it would be like for someone who has never tried bacon before in this scene from How I Met Your Mother we're going to see

  • Exactly what would happen? It's really funny

  • You're going to learn tons of colloquial American expressions and by the end

  • You will understand almost everything without subtitles. So let's dive in

  • At the farhampton Inn, we don't cook with grease our menu is organic farm-to-table locally grown no grease

  • Sir, I am from Minnesota where every meal is cooked with grease and my father dealt a bad food the tastiest eats in the whole

  • Gosh-darn world, so and how would your father's help?

  • The point is it tastes really good. Also we needed to help a friend recover from a hangover wait a second.

  • There's bacon right here and where there's bacon if there's bacon grease which we throw out if we aren't making any more bacon today

  • Not unless at all somehow it gets eaten in the ten minutes before breakfast is over

  • No, no dad do not give me that look of mountain of food a ticking clock come on you live for this

  • I'm not a wild animal

  • I'm a Columbia educated lawyer poised to become a judge before age 35 and remind me

  • How did you celebrate getting accepted into Columbia?

  • You eat one eight pound block of fudge in 12 minutes, and you're marked for life. You're not marked for life

  • big fudge

  • I'm out. Okay, you eat the bacon, you know, I can't I'm allergic.

  • Ted. I've been trying to tell you this for years. Your bacon allergy is a lie your mother made up

  • So you'd eat healthy as a kid? No, I'm just allergic to a lot of stuff bacon doughnuts Halloween candy

  • Not saying thank you. Oh

  • My god that bitch lied to me

  • Okay, I'll do it. But

  • Look, I don't know. I don't even know if I'll like bacon. I

  • Think I have seen the face of God

  • How could you mom

  • You have the map to heaven and you never showed me the way

  • They rock in the big Canales hell that I've lived in my entire life

  • Getting crisp it up real nice here don't they Sherman is it applewood smoked?

  • You know what Ted you've been doing at it in real hard. Why don't you take a breather and I'll Drive us home

  • Well, congratulations, here's your grease, you know, I don't want to lose a finger

  • All right Ted let's go no no

  • I

  • Finally found the one Marshall her name is bacon. You know, this look great. I want my mom's LT sandwiches

  • And that's the first and last time I ever ate bacon

  • At the farhampton Inn, we don't cook with grease our menu is organic in a traditional sort of hotel

  • grease

  • Animal fat that is produced by heating meat you can use grease for cooking organic when we say a food is organic

  • We mean that it has been grown or made without the use of pesticides

  • artificial chemicals or industrial methods

  • Example organic vegetable is a much tastier than the ones you get from the supermarket

  • farm-to-table

  • Farm-to-table locally grown no grease

  • Farm-to-table a farm is a piece of land used for growing plant products or raising animals the term farm-to-table

  • Refers to food going from the farm where it's been produced straight to one's dining table

  • This is an opposition to the more conventional industrial method which requires food to go through many other stages

  • I am from Minnesota where every meal is cooked with grease, Minnesota an American state in the Midwest

  • famous for their traditional values and way of life and my father dealt a bad food the tastiest eats in the whole gosh-darn world, so

  • Doug to give somebody or something a particular name often in a humorous or critical way

  • Example the media dubbed Madonna the Queen of Pop

  • Tastiest eats tasty means delicious eats as a noun is slang meaning food example

  • Let's grab some eats at that diner before the concert whole gosh-darn world. We commonly say that something is the best thing in the world

  • This phrase as it is already implies emphasis

  • But we can add some more by saying in the whole world Marshall here goes even further by adding gosh-darn

  • These are both more polite alternative words that one might use around children

  • Gosh is a lighter word for God and darn for them. And how would your father's help? And how is your father's health?

  • and

  • How is your father's help?

  • When does it taste really good the point is we use this phrase as an introduction to a

  • conclusion or

  • Most important part of what we're saying as Marshall those here

  • We may sometimes omit the and just say point is example point is besides exercising

  • You also need to improve your diet

  • If you want to lose weight also pay attention to the pronunciation of this phrase the NT sound becomes an N and links to is

  • What does it taste really good? What is buddy's?

  • Point is it taste really good learn more about native connected speech in a video

  • We made by clicking at the top right corner

  • Also, we needed to help a friend recover from a hangover hangover the resulting sick feeling from drinking too much alcohol

  • Example last night was fun. But today I woke up with a huge hangover. There's bacon right here and where there's bacon

  • There's bacon grease bacon a type of meat from a pig. There's salted and dried or smoked with different types of wood

  • for example, Applewood to add flavor

  • It is a popular breakfast item in the United States

  • If we aren't making any more bacon today, not unless at all somehow it gets eaten in the 10 minutes before breakfast is over

  • Unless yours to say what will happen

  • If something else does not happen example

  • Unless you study hard. You won't pass the exam somehow in a way that is not known or certain example

  • He somehow will find a way to make the money. He needs a mountain of food

  • A mountain of something a huge quantity of something example, I would do it but I've got a mountain of homework ticking clock

  • ticking refers to the sound a clock makes as each second passes, but when we talk about a ticking clock

  • We mean that the time available to do something is finishing and therefore you must hurry you live for this stuff

  • Ted uses this expression to mean that Marshall finds these types of challenges

  • Exciting and pleasing. You can say this to talk about something that you really enjoy

  • Example you're wondering if I'd like to go on a road trip across Europe. Of course, I would I live

  • All right, so you just learned the expression to live for something now tell me what do you live for?

  • I will be correcting many of your examples your sentences down in the comments below. So pause this video real quick

  • Go to practice your English and then we'll get back into the lesson

  • I'm a Columbia educated lawyer Columbia educated

  • We can use the name of a university especially a famous one plus educated to create an adjective

  • Describing where someone received their degree. For example, I could say I am a University of Colorado educated teacher

  • Columbia is a famous private university in Manhattan poised to become

  • Poised to become a judge before age 35 poised to do something completely ready for something or to do something

  • Example that team is poised to win the championship and remind me remind someone of something

  • If something reminds you of something it makes you remember it example

  • Can you remind me what exactly the recipe for this dish is how did you celebrate?

  • How did you celebrate getting accepted into Columbia

  • You eat one eight pound block of fudge in 12 minutes, and you're marked for life

  • fudge a soft sweet American candy made by heating milk butter and sugar

  • Marked for something infamous or remembered in a negative way for something

  • Example, I feel like I've been marked for life from misunderstanding American during that meeting

  • Okay, you eat the bacon, you know, I can't I'm allergic. I'm out. We say this when we no longer want to participate in something

  • Allergic unable to eat something because it causes a negative reaction in your body. We can also say to have an allergy

  • Example I have an allergy to shellfish. Your bacon allergy is a lie your mother made up

  • So you'd eat healthy as a kid make up something. We haven't invented or fabricated an example

  • I made up an excuse for why I was late. No, I'm just allergic to a lot of stuff bacon doughnuts Halloween candy

  • Doughnut cake made from sweet dough that has been shaped in a ring and cooked in hot fat

  • Halloween candy

  • During the holiday of Halloween meaning I States children dress up in costumes and go to the houses in their neighborhood and ask for candy

  • Children need many sweets during this holiday. I don't even know if I'll like bacon. I'll like thank you. I

  • Don't even know if I'll like bacon

  • How could you mom how could you used to ask someone about something disappointing they did to you

  • Example you watch Game of Thrones without me. How could you think crisp it up real nice here. Don't they?

  • Crisp it up. Most people believe bacon tastes best when it is cooked until it is crispy that is slightly hard when you bite it

  • Marshall invented a phrasal verb to say it that they make the bacon good and crispy at this hotel

  • You know what you've been doing at it real hard

  • Going at it real hard. Take it easy

  • To go at something really hard is to do it in an intense way on the other hand to take it easy means to relax

  • Example you've been going at it hard with your training you better take it easy and rest before starting to exercise again

  • Why don't you take a breather and I'll Drive us home?

  • Take a breath to take a short period of time to rest and regain energy we can also use the term for either

  • Example guys, I'm exhausted. I need a breather before we continue the game. I'll Drive us home

  • Here Marshall does not mean to literally drive them home, but rather to finish the task

  • Example if you can get dinner started by chopping everything then I'll Drive us home by cooking it up

  • Her name is bacon, you know, just great. I wear my mom's LT sandwiches. This would go great on one of my mom's LT sandwiches

  • This refers to a famous sandwich in the USA called a BLT which stands for bacon lettuce and tomato

  • The joke here. Is that because Ted's mom told him that he was allergic to bacon

  • She just made him lettuce and tomato sandwiches, which we can imagine would be rather bland without the bacon

  • Lifetime the length of time that someone is live

  • At the farhampton Inn, we don't cook with grease our menu is organic farm-to-table locally grown no grease

  • Sir, I am from Minnesota where every meal is cooked with grease and my father dealt with that food the tastiest eats in the whole

  • Gosh-darn world, so and how would your father's help?

  • When does it taste really good also we needed to help a friend recover from a hangover wait a second

  • There's bacon right here and where there's bacon if there's bacon grease which we throw out if we aren't making any more bacon today

  • Not unless at all somehow it gets eaten in the 10 minutes before breakfast is over

  • No no no. Ted, do not give me that look of mountain of food a ticking clock come on you live for this stuff.

  • I'm not a wild animal

  • I'm a Columbia educated lawyer poised to become a judge before age 35 and remind me

  • How did you celebrate getting accepted into Columbia?

  • You eat one eight pound block of fudge in 12 minutes, and you're marked for life. You're not marked for life

  • big fudge

  • Okay, you eat the bacon, you know, I can't I'm allergic Kent

  • I've been trying to tell you this for years. Your bacon allergy is a lie your mother made up

  • So you'd eat healthy as a kid? No, I'm just allergic to a lot of stuff bacon doughnuts Halloween candy

  • Not saying thank you. Oh

  • My god that bitch lied to me

  • Okay, I'll do it. But

  • Look, I don't know. I don't even know if I'll like bacon

  • Do you think I have seen the face of God

  • How could you mom

  • You have the map to heaven and you never showed me the way

  • They Rock in the baconless hell that I've lived in my entire life. I

  • Think crisp it up real nice here. Don't they? mmmhmm. What is it? Applewood smoked?

  • You know what tent you've been doing at it real hard. Why don't you take a breather and I'll Drive us home

  • Well

  • Congratulations, here's your grease, you know, I don't want to lose a finger here

  • All right Ted. Let's go No No

  • I

  • Finally found the one Marshall her name is bacon

  • You know, this look great. I want my mom's LT sandwiches

  • And that's the first and last time I ever ate bacon, so do you usually watch TV

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