Free English Class! Topic: Moving πŸš›πŸ“¦πŸšš (Lesson Only)

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I think today is a good time for you to learn English words and phrases about moving. I'm sure you've moved at some point in your life. After all, people move all the time for a variety of reasons. I think it is a great topic for an English lesson! If you think about it, people move because of their job, they move for school, and sometimes they move just because they want to live in a different place. As an English learner, it's a good idea to learn some English words and phrases so that you are able to talk about moving. In this free English class you'll learn words and phrases like: to downsize, to move out, moving day, storage, to relocate, moving blankets, moving truck, movers, and many more! Remember, even though this might seem like a simple English vocabulary lesson, it is so much more than that. Pay close attention to the phrases I use as a native English speaker, and you'll pick up quite of few extra words and phrases along the way! I always try to use a lot of phrases as I talk during the lesson, and these are quite valuable for you as an English learner. I hope you enjoy this English lesson about moving! -- βŒ› Remember: Always watch the video three times. Twice today with English subtitles on, and once tomorrow with the English subtitles off. This will reinforce the English you have learned! -- βœ… Support Me and Get These Members Only Perks: πŸ˜€πŸ’² If you would like to become a member of my channel here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZJJTxA36ZPNTJ1WFIByaeA/join Becoming a member at every level has these benefits and perks: 1) For 10 minutes during each live stream you will be able to participate in the "Members Only" chat. 2) A cool crown beside your name during live streams and when making comments on videos. 3) Your name in green during live stream lesson chat. 4) You will have access to a members only video each Wednesday called, "Wednesdays with Bob". These are behind the scenes bonus videos with full English transcripts for your listening practice. 5) A full transcript for every Tuesday video. βœ… Join now to receive these perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZJJTxA36ZPNTJ1WFIByaeA/join I really appreciate those you that have chosen to thank me in this way! Please only support me if you can afford it! If you prefer to support me via Patreon, here is a link to that page: https://www.patreon.com/bobthecanadian Thank you for your generosity! -- βœ…SEND ME A POSTCARD: Bob the Canadian P.O. Box 419 Smithville, Ontario Canada L0R2A0 -- TAKE YOUR ENGLISH CONVERSATIONS TO THE NEXT LEVEL: βœ…Talk to a real English tutor / teacher at preply: http://tracking.preply.com/SH2X (This is an affiliate, signing up for this service helps support my channel). -- FOLLOW ME: βœ… I have a second Youtube channel right here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmW5tmKIBrryNf5n-_A6Fmw βœ… P.S. If you are interested I have created a podcast of my shorter English lessons. It is right here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1310116 -- #englishlesson #learnenglish #bobthecanadian **Note: All images used under: CC0 License βœ“ Free for personal and commercial use βœ“ No attribution required From pexels.com or pixabay.com

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Well hello and welcome to this English lesson about moving.
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People sometimes live in one place and then they move to
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another place. Sometimes they move because they have to start
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a new job in a different city. Sometimes people move because
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they need to go to school. There are a lot of reasons to
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move. Sometimes children move out of their parents' house.
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But we certainly people certainly do move from time to
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time in their lives. Some people move more often than
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others. I have an uncle aunt who have moved 19 or 20 times
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in their life. Um personally I've only moved probably five
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times in my life maybe six. I have not moved a lot. But
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moving is when you live somewhere and then you decide
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to take all of your things. You take everything you own and you
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go to a different place and then you start to live there.
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That's my best explanation of what moving is. Um it is
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something that is stressful. We talked about it I think in the
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lesson about stressful things. Um but it can be very exciting.
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It can be exciting to decide that you want to live in a
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different part of the country or you want to move to a
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different country entirely or you just want to live somewhere
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else for a time. So once again welcome to this English lesson
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about moving. So the first slide I have has two verbs on
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it. The verb to move and the verb to move house. In Canada
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and I think in the United States when you move we just
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say move. When are you moving? I move in three weeks. Um in
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the UK though in Britain when I watch British TV shows they
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often say move house. Um are can you come out do you want to
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go out to eat this weekend? No I'm moving house or when are
01:51
you moving house in a couple weeks. So just kind of ignore
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my explanation of the second phrase you'll have to look in
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your British English dictionary to get a good description. But
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in Canada we just say move. When are you moving? Or when
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did you move? Um or do you need help moving? Uh I'm going to
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move in three weeks. By the way I'm not moving. If you are
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wondering if this lesson is like a secret way for me to say
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I'm moving I'm not moving. I'm not moving for a very long
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time. So we have two different phrasal verbs. To move in and
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to move out. And obviously you can tell the difference. When
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you move in it means that you are entering a place to live
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there. Okay? So you could say to someone when are you moving
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in to your new apartment? Or you could say when's your
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move-in date? Which is kind of how we refer to the day you
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move in somewhere. So that's the day that you would be
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entering your new place. People can also move in with you.
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Okay. When my son is done university he will move in with
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us again. So that just simply means he's going to live here
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again. And we have to move out which can be used the same way
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as well. When someone moves out means they leave a place. So
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you could say when do you need to move out of your apartment?
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Uh what day do you need to leave? And you could say oh I
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need to move out in three weeks. Uh I need to move out on
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April 17th or something like that. So and as well when you
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live with other people they can move out as well. I could say
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oh my son is going to university in September. He's
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going to move out at the end of August. So move in move out the
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two directions of moving. And we have something called moving
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day. So a lot of times when people are planning to move. Uh
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they will refer to the day when they are going to move as
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moving day. Uh they'll say oh yeah moving day's in a couple
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days for me. So I need to get ready. I need to pack my stuff.
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Or you might say oh you're moving. When's your moving day?
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And you would say oh my moving day is April whatever. April
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17th. I'm just using that date randomly. But the day when you
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move is called moving day and people will often refer to that
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with that to name. They'll say you know when's your moving
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day? Oh I'm my moving day is not for a few more weeks yet so
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I can relax. In English we use the word stuff and we use the
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word things a lot. In fact Jen and I were laughing the other
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day because we were having a conversation and we used the
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word stuff so many times. It was making us laugh. But when
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you move you take all your stuff. Okay? Before you move
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you might need to pack all your stuff up. And you need to put
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all your stuff in a car or in a van. And then you need to drive
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your stuff across town or you need to drive to the next city.
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Then you need to take all of your stuff out and put your
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stuff in the new place. This is a very useful English word, the
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word stuff. And we also use the word things. Like oh do you
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have a lot of things to when you move do you have to take a
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lot of things with you? Oh I need to get all my things ready
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because I'm moving in a few days. So stuff and things. Just
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very Yeah very useful English words to refer to all of the
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things that you own. All of the stuff that you owned. Boxes.
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When you move you're going to need boxes. You're going to
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need a lot of boxing. Sorry not boxing. Boxing is this. You
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don't need to do any boxing. You'll need a lot of boxes. Um
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but when you move you want to put your stuff in boxes. It
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just makes it more convenient. You want to put all of your
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things in boxes. So you might go to a store and ask if they
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have any old boxes. You can actually buy moving boxes.
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Boxes that are made for moving. When you go to a company to
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maybe rent a truck That company might also sell boxes and you
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can buy some boxes in order to put your stuff in boxes so that
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you can move them. And you of course will want to sort
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things. When you sort things in English it's not just when
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you're moving you sort things anytime you want things to be
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organized. But when moving day is approaching in the days
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leading up to your move-in date. You might want to sort
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things. So you might want to get boxes and put all of your
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books in one box. And put all your clothes in another that I
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I like this picture because there's a box that just says
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stuff. And you might want to put pillows in another box. And
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that way you when you sort things you kind of put all the
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things that are the same together and then it's a lot
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easier to find later. Then once you move in when you're
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unpacking it's easier to find the things you need if you took
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some time to sort. We also have this English verb to go through
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phrasal verb to go through. When you go through stuff it
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means that you kind of let's say I had like a couple hundred
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books and I'm moving. I might want to go through my books.
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That means I'm going to look at each of them and decide which
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ones I'm going to keep. Before I move I might want to go
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through my clothing. Because there are things I don't wear
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anymore. And it's probably a good idea to go through my
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clothes and say okay I'm going to keep this one. I'm
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going to get rid of this one. I'm going to keep this one. So
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sorting is when you kind of organize things. When you go
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through your stuff. When you go through your You're kind of
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sorting but you're kind of looking for the things you
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want to keep and the things that you don't want to keep.
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And then of course you need to box things up. You need to box
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up all of your stuff. Um this is kind of an interesting verb.
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You could say I need to put my stuff in boxes. But it's easier
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to say I need to box up my stuff. Have you boxed up your
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stuff yet? When are you moving tomorrow? Have you boxed up
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have you boxed up your stuff? No I haven't started. That
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would be bad by the way. If you are moving tomorrow I hope that
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you already have all of your stuff up. Hopefully you were
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able to sort and go through all of your things and you were
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able to box up what you're taking with you. To declutter.
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So this is an interesting word. As you live somewhere you you
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just have more and more things that you own. But you might not
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need all of them. In particular if Jen and I were to move we
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have a lot of mugs. So in order to declutter it means kind of
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to sort through and get rid of things. So if I was to say oh
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we need to declutter a bit. It means you have too many of
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certain things and you want to get rid of them. A common thing
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to do with extra stuff is to give it give it away. Give it
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to family or friends or donate it to a thrift store or a
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charity that will be able to resell those items in order to
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make a bit of money. So when you declutter it means you
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minimize the amount of stuff you have and it's just a good
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thing to do before you move. To give away. I kind of mentioned
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this. One of the things that you might do is you might give
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away a lot of stuff. I know the one time that Jen and I moved
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we kind of went through our stuff and we gave away a few
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things. We gave some things to our neighbours. We gave some
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things to my brothers and sisters. Um sometimes when
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you're moving it's nice to give away things you don't need. Uh
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so that the move goes easier. There's less stuff to put in
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boxes. If you give away Some things before you move. And
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then I like these three verbs here. To chuck, to throw out,
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to get rid of. So all of these mean to just simply throw
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something in the recycling or throw something in the garbage.
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Although the last one to get rid of. You know that can also
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mean to give to someone else. You know I'm going to get rid
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of my car. I'm going to give it to my brother. But the first
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two to chuck actually it's similar to throwing. So it's
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the action of throwing something in the garbage or
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recycling. Uh to chuck to throw out before you move. The more
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stuff you can chuck the better. The more stuff you throw out
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before your moving date is it's just really really helpful. Get
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rid of as many things as you can before you move. That's my
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recommendation if any of you are moving. To throw out your
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back. I thought I would mention this one. Uh because this is
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something that commonly happens when people move. People don't
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heavy things everyday. But when you move you need to lift a lot
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of heavy things. This guy is wincing in pain because when
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you lift something heavy sometimes you throw out your
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back. This just means that you suddenly have a pain in your
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back usually when you're lifting something heavy and
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it's not very pleasant. So this is not directly related to
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moving but certainly when people move the chance of
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throwing out your is higher because you have to lift
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couches and refrigerators and other pieces of furniture and
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big boxes. Um the chance of you throwing out your back is
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pretty high. Okay so just the standard word for putting
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things in boxes and putting things in suitcases is to pack.
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When you are moving you need to pack your stuff. Okay. You need
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to put everything in boxes. You need to put things in
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suitcases. You need to put things in bags. Whatever you
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are in order to move you need to put your stuff in there. You
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need to pack. So generally we use this word as well when
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you're going on a trip. Before you go on a trip or on vacation
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you need to pack. Before you go before you move you also need
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to pack. And then you need to label things. We had a picture
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earlier where the boxes were labelled books and clothes and
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those kinds of things. Um when you move it's just a really
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good idea to label the boxes. Dishes from the kitchen, books,
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bedroom, kitchen. So you either write on the box what's in the
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box. Or you write on the box what room the box needs to go
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into in the new place. This is a very cool thing to do. Or if
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you were me I would write both. I would write like dishes put
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in kitchen or dishes kitchen. And then the if people are
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helping you move they know where to put the box when they
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get there. You might even write fragile on the box. When you
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say something as fragile you it means that it can break easily.
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So if you have things like maybe you have like really
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expensive dishes or you have maybe little figurines or
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things that if you drop them they would break. You would put
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them in a box you would probably put them in old
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newspapers so that they're cushioned a little bit. Uh and
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then you would write fragile on the box. I think some people
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say fragile. I should check the pronunciation. I say fragile. I
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should check if other people say fragile. Maybe I'll ask
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Brent in the chat what he says. Fragile or fragile. Make sure
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you look up that pronunciation. Um depending on where you live.
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It might have a different pronunciation. Uh and it might
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even say this side up. You might have things where you
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don't want them to be upside down when they are being moved.
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So you pack them all nicely in a box. And then on the outside
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you would put a sticker that says this side up. It means
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don't put this box upside down. Because there are things in
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this box that must remain upright. You don't want them
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upside down. They need to stay right side up or upright. Um I
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can't think of anything right now but I'm sure there's some
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things that you don't want upside down and you would put a
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sticker on it like that. You might use packing tape. So
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packing tape is just a special kind of tape that's really good
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for putting on boxes when you close them. It's a little bit
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wider and it sometimes comes in a nice tape dispenser and you
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can just put that on the top of your boxes really quickly and
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easily and it will hold your boxes shut very handy if you
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are moving to close the boxes with some packing tape. And
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then storage. So interestingly enough in North America some
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people rent a storage locker or they rent space in a facility
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that has storage. Uh and then what they do is instead of
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moving everything to the new place they put some things in
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storage. Sometimes people will move overseas or they'll move
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to another country temporarily. I know that a friend of mine as
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a teacher he went to teach in Japan for nine months. And so
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he put a lot of his stuff in storage. So this is just a
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storage locker. You can find and rent storage lockers in
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most places. Um Most cities in Canada and the United States.
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But sometimes when you move you have too much stuff and so you
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need to put some stuff in storage. Um and that's how we
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say it. We just say put it in storage. Yeah I rented a
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storage locker. I'm going to throw some of my things in
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storage while I go away for a few months. You might hire
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movers. I've never done this. I have enough family and friends
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that when I moved I just asked a lot of people for help. But
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you might not know a lot of people. Or you might be moving
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on a day where it's not convenient for people to help
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you. So you might need to hire movers. Movers are people whose
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job it is to help people move. You need to pay them obviously.
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Uh but they will come to your house or apartment. They will
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take all of your stuff and they will put it in their moving van
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and then they will unload it at the new place. So really good
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idea to label your boxes. So the movers know where to put
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things when they get to the place that you are moving into.
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They will have a moving truck or a moving van depending on
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what vehicle it is. You would use a different name. But the
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movers will come in a moving truck or moving van. They will
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help you load all your things into the moving van and then of
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course help you unload them. So yeah a moving truck is simply a
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truck that's used by movers to help people move stuff. You can
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also rent from places like U-Haul. You can rent a moving
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van or moving truck and use that to move and then you don't
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have to pay the movers but you have to pay to rent the moving
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truck. And you might have something called moving
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blankets. So moving blankets are really thick soft blankets
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that you can put over things that you don't want damaged.
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But they're too big to put in boxes. So let's say you had a
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really nice table. Uh and you didn't want the table to get
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scratched during the move. Uh it would be be a good idea to
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use some moving blankets. So these are big soft blankets
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that you could put over top of things. So that they don't get
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scratched or dented or damaged during the move. Things get dam
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when you move it's just it's just going to happen and you
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just have to kind of prepare yourself for the fact that when
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you get to where you're going a few things might have been
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damaged on the way there but moving blankets certainly help
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quite a bit to keep things from getting too damaged and you
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might use what's called a dolly or a hand truck in my part of
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Canada we would call this a dolly it's a two wheel dolly
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and it just makes it a lot easier to move things I highly
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recommend if you move, even though I haven't hired movers
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before, I would hire movers if you can afford it, and I would
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certainly recommend that you have a dolly to help you move
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heavier things, it's just way you, you won't throw out your
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back, if you have a dolly, or you're less likely to throw out
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your back, but yeah, I would highly recommend, if you can do
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it, make sure you have carts and dollies hand trucks if
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that's the word you want to use and if you can hire movers hire
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movers I know a few people who hired movers and they loved it
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because four people just came in and carried all their stuff
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out to a moving truck and then carried all their stuff into
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the new house and they just thought it was the best
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experience ever so I use this word I use the word to load
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anytime in English when you are putting things into a car or
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putting things on a truck notice the difference there you
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could say put things in a truck but I would probably say the
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movers are going to load your things onto the truck. Uh you
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might load things into the car. This is the act of putting many
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things into a vehicle. Okay. Before you go on a trip you'll
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load your car with all your stuff. When you move you'll
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load all of your things onto a truck. Uh so that they can
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bring it to the new place. So you'll notice this guy he has a
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dolly too on the far side there. The orange thing. Um
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he's a smart person. And then I think those blue things in the
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back of the truck it's a big stack of moving blankets. Uh
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and then you certainly want to find people to help if you can.
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Uh all of the times that I have moved. I've had people help me.
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Usually brothers and sisters and friends. Um just people who
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come and you can load their vehicle as well as load your
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vehicle. Um I have helped a lot of people move as well. Uh
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probably the most fun I had moving was a friend of mine and
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his wife rented a U-Haul truck. They rented a moving truck. And
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we moved all of the stuff from Toronto. Um so it was fun to
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help them move. Me and a couple other friends helped them load
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everything onto a big truck. Lots of fun. Uh and then at the
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end of the day they bought us pizza. Which was really really
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fun. To lend a hand is simply another way to talk about
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helping. You might say hey I'm moving in 3 days. Can you lend
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a hand? Hey I'm moving in three days. Can you help? So both
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simply mean to help someone. Uh when my friend moved like I
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meant earlier in the lesson. I was happy that I was able to
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lend a hand. I was happy that I was able to help. Um so it's
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kind of funny it's like you're letting them use your hands for
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the day but obviously it just means to help. To unload we
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talked about this a little bit. I mentioned that when you put
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things in a vehicle you are loading the vehicle. When you
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load a vehicle you put boxes in you put stuff in. Um and then
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when you get to your new house or apartment you need to unload
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the vehicle. So it simply means to take the things back out
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again. Um you unload and you bring the things into the
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house. So when you leave your current house or apartment you
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will load a vehicle. When you get to your new house or
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apartment you will unload your vehicle. And when you you're in
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the house you'll need to unpack. So we talked about
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packing. Packing is when you put everything in boxes when
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you get to your new place. You will need to unpack. People
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don't often unpack the same day they move. This is what I've
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noticed in terms of when I move and when I help other people
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move. They usually move all their stuff. They unload all
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their stuff. They put all their stuff in their house. Like they
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put all the boxes in. And then they usually just get a few
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things out in the kitchen like some plates and then order
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pizza and then usually they set up their bed and then they
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sleep and then the next day they start to unpack
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everything. Usually the next day is the day where they start
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to take everything out of the boxes. And put it in the new
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places where those things will go. And then we have this
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interesting phrasal verb to get settled. Or verb phrase I guess
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to get settled. Um sometimes it takes a while to get settled in
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a new place. After you move the new place doesn't feel like
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home right away. It feels like you're in someone else's
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apartment or someone else's house. It can take a while to
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get settled. When we talk about getting settled it means you
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feel happy in your new place. It means you've put all of the
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things in the right spots in your own place. Um so all of
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the stuff is in the kitchen. All of the bathroom stuff is in
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the bathroom. You've arranged the furniture in a way that is
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pleasant for you. Uh when that's all done we would say
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that you have you are able to get settled, okay? It can take
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a few days or a few weeks or even a few months to to get
23:56
settled, to have that feeling like you are in a place you
24:01
would call home. Hey just a few random things here too. It's
24:06
quite common for older people to downsize. So we didn't talk
24:10
about this but one of the reasons people move is because
24:14
they're in a big house. Maybe they had four or five children
24:19
and they needed a big house. But all of the kids are now
24:22
older and have moved out. And so the older couple might then
24:27
downsize. When you downsize it means you sell a big house.
24:31
Because you don't need a big house anymore and you buy a
24:34
smaller house or you move into an apartment. So I know that
24:38
it's quite common. My mom Years ago she said I think I'm going
24:42
to downsize. All of you have moved out. I'm going to sell my
24:46
big house and buy a smaller house. So definitely a common
24:50
reason to move as well for older people is they simply
24:53
want to downsize. They want to live somewhere that's a little
24:56
smaller because they don't need lots of rooms. And we talked
25:01
about this earlier as well. Uh sometimes you need to relocate
25:05
because of work. Um as mentioned someone mentioned
25:09
that their bank manager or their dad was a bank manager
25:11
and moved every four years. So in that situation we would say
25:16
He needs to relocate every four years because of work. Or let's
25:20
say your dad or mom needed to relocate and you're starting at
25:24
a new school. Someone could say why'd you move here? You would
25:27
say oh my mom we relocated here because of my mom's job or
25:32
because of my mom's work. And then I'm not sure why this is
25:37
the last slide. I guess because it has the word vital in it. Uh
25:41
I should have put this earlier in the lesson in terms of the
25:44
theme of the lesson but when you leave wherever you're
25:48
leaving once you load everything in the vehicle you
25:52
usually do a final walk through. So you take everything
25:56
out of your apartment and you load it into a truck or car. Or
25:59
you take everything out of your house. And then before you
26:02
drive away it's always a good idea to do a final walk
26:06
through. This means you go back into the place you're out of.
26:10
Uh and you just walk and just check to make sure you didn't
26:14
forget anything. So you kind of look around to see oh did we
26:17
forget a box? Did we forget something somewhere? You do a
26:21
final walk through. Um I actually do this as well when
26:24
Jen and I leave a hotel. If Jen and I stay in a hotel when we
26:29
are the day we are leaving we pack all our stuff up. Uh and
26:33
then I usually just do a final walk through of the room. I
26:36
just check to make sure that we haven't forgot anything. Um
26:41
it's not nice to forget stuff when you are leaving a place
26:45
for another place because then you have to go back and try to
26:48
get it.
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