*Remember: This implies something is negative.
If you want to describe something in a positive way, you can use 'really' instead of 'too'.
-His car is too nice. (negative)
-His car is really nice. (positive)
-The weather is too nice today. (negative)
-The weather is really nice today. (positive)
-My drink is too thick, but it is really delicious!
Vocabulary Speaking - starving; destroyed; in under ___ minutes; stuffed
I was starving so I destroyed a pizza in under 10 minutes! However, now I am stuffed and I regret eating an entire pizza by myself!
starving = to feel very hungry
destroyed = to destroy (food) means to eat a lot of food, usually quickly
in under __ mintues = in less than __ minutes
stuffed = feeling very full from eating a lot of food
Vocabulary Speaking - dying (for/to do) something
Q: What is something you are dying for?
A: I am dying for a strawberry smoothie!
Q: What is something you are dying to do?
A: I am dying to drink a strawberry smoothie! How about you?
dying (for/to do) something = to really really want to have or do something
Expression Speaking - nightly routine
Q: What's your nightly routine?
A: My nightly routine is coming home from work and taking my dog for a walk. + How about you?
nightly routine = things you usually do every night
Vocabulary Speaking - set up; mind
DJ Fenner🎧 set up a home studio with all the latest DJ gadgets in his apartment. It is like a mini club📻! I wonder if his neighbors will mind?
set up = to organize, plan or arrange something to mind = to feel annoyed
Grammar Speaking - too + adjective
It's too thick!
We use (too + adjective) to describe a problem or something negative.
It's too thick. = it is a bit of a problem because the straw is narrow.