Open Menu
Section of English Grammar

Try mSpy Phone Tracker for Your Kid's Safety

Best Car in the World (MisterEpicMann)
Touch a word or the <play> button for sound
Click on a word or on the <play> button for sound
Click on a word or on the red <play> button for sound

Do you wanna see my car. It's fast, superfast, megasuperfast!!... I think.


Hello. My name is Nick. But you probably know me as Misterepicmann. Or Shirley. But that's a story for another time. I joined YouTube back in 2009 with no real expectations other than to be myself on camera. Right now I am pursuing a degree in cinematic arts at college and I certainly hope to use that knowledge to make movies one day (Spitting water at my roommate and riding a broom around the room doesn't count...lolz). I currently own a company called Lost Light Films which is my primary focus after school and I hope I can merge my efforts into that company once school is completed...if I actually pass.


Hi, this is my car. This is my car.

This car has many special features, including bullet-proof windshields, which means it's bullet-proofed by wind.

My car also has automatically closing doors.

Before I forget to mention, this car has 64,000 horse-power.

Also, in my car I got a few gears. Uhm... L is for Lethal, meaning fast.
2 is for 2 times as deadly.
3 is for 3 times as deadly.
The D is for Death, cause if you use that speed you gonna go so fast that you gonna die.
The N is for Nitro. I got some nitro in my car, which means it's really fast, even faster than death, so the car would just blow up if I used the N.
The R is for Ridiculously fast. It's even faster than Nitro. So if I used R my car would just disappear.
The P, that's for uhm... that's for Parking.

I must be getting home now but I'm glad I could show you my car.

Confused kitten. Take one.

Do something, cat.
Eh cat, do something.
Look at the dot. It's a dot. Chase the dot. Oh, can't see the kitten.
I think you're like blinding him.

FEATURES= Attractive things doing special useful or cool actions, or attractive characteristics.

BULLET-PROOF= If something is bullet-proof it is very resistant and it can get the impact of a bullet without braking (see picture of a bullet)

WINDSHIELD= The front glass of a car, which protects you from the wind when driving.

HORSE-POWER= A unit of power, used in stating the power required to drive machinery, and in estimating the capabilities of animals or steam engines and other prime movers for doing work.

I GOT= I've got, I have.

GEARS= /gɪə*z/ In a car, each of the different modes in which you can drive a car depending on how much the engine must work, so for greater power you use lower gears (1-2) and for more speed you use higher gears (5-6). There is also a gear called Reverse (R) to drive backwards.

LETHAL= Deadly. Something lethal can kill you.

DEADLY= Something deadly may kill you.

DEATH= The opposite of "Life".

CAUSE= (coll.) Because.

GONNA= (coll.) Are going to.

NITRO= Nitroglycerin. A very unstable and explosive chemical.

BLOW UP= Explode.

CHASE= Run after something in order to catch it.

KITTEN= (coll.) cat. Its true meaning is "baby cat".

YOU'RE LIKE BLINDING HIM= If you are blind, you can't see. If you blind someone, they can't see because you turn a strong light on them. The use of LIKE in this sentence is very common in conversational English, so common that it often means nothing at all (which is the case here). Some other times we use it to make the meaning of a word less precise, meaning "more or less":
- It is like big but not really really big (like = more or less)
- I need like some chocolate (like= or something similar)
- She was like talking on the phone when I saw her (like= X)
- Have you got like a hammer I can use (like= X)
Careful: when we use the word LIKE in this sense, we don't pronounce it just like any other word. We usually pronounce it very quickly and the intonation line breaks for an instant since this word is usually pronounced in reverse mode (if the intonation is going up it will briefly go down for this word and if it's going down it will go up). Don't try to use it yourself unless you know exactly how natives pronounce it or nobody will understand you.

This is the true meaning of the gear letters in an automatic car:

P= Parking
R= Reverse
N= Neutral
D= Drive
2= 2nd gear
3= 3rd gear, etc.
L= Low

A typical automatic car will have the letters P, R, N, D and the numbers 2, maybe 3 and 1 or L available. Each selection has its own meaning and function. The P selection stands for Park and will prevent the car from moving even while the car is on. The R selection stands for Reverse and is used to back the car up. N stands for Neutral and allows your car to be moved without the use of the engine -- useful in situations where the car needs to be moved when it doesn't turn on. D stands for Drive and is the car's main driving selection. It will utilise the car's driving gears and will set the car in motion. 2, 3 and 1/L are used to keep the car from shifting higher than the second/third and first driving gears, respectively, and should only be used during harsh conditions such as driving uphill or off-road.

© Angel Castaño 2008 Salamanca / Poole - free videos to learn real English online || InfoPrivacyTerms of useContactAbout
This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read more