Yann Tiersen – Good Bye Lenin! | complete

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🌙* Sleepy Time🌙* ASMR * Soft Sounds * Massage *

🌙* Sleepy Time🌙* ASMR * Soft Sounds *  Massage *


Good evening This video is going to be quite simple I’m going to use all things that have to do with sleepy time I’m going to speak very softly and very slowly and hopefully that will help you relax deeper and Hopefully make you somewhat sleepy the first thing we’re going to review is a pillow Something that you cannot go to sleep without This pillow has different embroideries on it With coins and sequins attached as well as pieces of just threads and disturbed fabric pieces and it is just an introduction to this It’s quite soft And it makes a nice tingly sound I don’t know how relaxing that is, but I would like to make a suggestion that has to do with pillow You know sometimes you might Have difficulty falling asleep and Nothing is helping you So there’s something that you can do you can lay your head down on the pillow Ear down and Glide your hand right next to yourself on the pillow Ever so gently glide and this will sound like ocean waves Simply recreates the effect or a shawl when you put it next to your ear and you listen to it and it sounds like ocean waves This is very similar amplifying technique I create a natural white noise sound And this slower you do it The more relaxing it gets I suggest you try that it feels very nice You know soon to a similar thing When you lay on your back like this, and you can glide both or your hands On each side either one at a time Or together Let me give you an example Doesn’t it feel good? creates an nice smoothing sound Plus just gliding your hand over it could relax you as well so try that The next object we have is a wonderful blanket It is so soft so squishy So soft so squishy Let me rub it on your cheek And the other cheek Feels good so soft And we’re going to tuck you in Let me open it up. [yeah], and I’m going to wrap it around you Just put this over your shoulder in here And the same thing on this side now And just tuck it into here so it stays Let me just tuck it in under your chin Now you’re all snuggly Swaddled like a baby, snug as a bug So I’m going to massage over the blanket a little bit I’m going to massage your neck I’m going to give you a squeeze on your traps like this ten-second squeeze That is so awesome I’m going to rub your chest circular motions right here and your shoulders on both sides And I know you’re going to enjoy it And as I do that, I would like to tell you about the benefits of this So anytime you feel warm as if you’ve been hugged or touched anytime You feel loved You release a wonderful hormone. That’s a feel-good hormone And it helps you feel connected and loved and nurtured Often makes us feel invincible like nothing can ever hurt us makes you feel protected and comforted and this wonderful hormone oxytocin Also bonds us together. Let me massage the shoulder on the side Just at the back of your neck, all of it And down your shoulder here too just scratch a little bit for you seems good Let me take care of other shoulder too Wonderful and you also can Release or help release that hormone yourself to yourself Why? Massaging your hands Massaging your feet, legs, shoulders. Just touching yourself here and there Rubbing it creating sensation as if you’re being touched sometimes having warm baths or wrapping yourself in a heavy blanket can recreate that sensation as well and the benefits of it is that it helps you stay healthier because it Increases your immune system therefore you stress less and you get sick much less It also promotes good sleep Because it just makes you feel comfortable and inspires positive thinking Makes you feel good You’re not stressed Therefore you see the world a little bit brighter with a little bit more positive touch to it And hopefully that was helpful to you Now I’m going to squeeze your traps And that is very nice and deeply relaxing sensation? What I’m going to do is I’m going to grab your trap on one side at a time like this between my fingers And squeeze it for 10 seconds It sounds a little harsher than it is But it will truly relax you It will relax your shoulders, your neck your head, the rest of your body we carry a lot of stress in our shoulders and our neck So let me do that let me do this one first I’ll do it from the side of it And I’m going to count to ten One Two three Four Five Six Seven Eight Nine Ten And release. It feels good? Let’s do the other side and again I’m going to squeeze it One Two Three Four Five Six Seven Eight Nine Ten and release it Good? Wonderful Massage your neck here too and you’ll be feeling warmer and more snug I’m going to move in move up to your face Your temples your cheeks let me just fix it up right here stuck in your feet here Okay Everything seems to be good in here too try to fix it up a bit and the same thing here just making sure everything is tucked in Wonderful, so now let’s get to your beautiful face so you know there are different types of headaches and Rubbing temples you can help with two of them one of them is vascular constrictions that means poor blood circulation and the second one is muscle tension which this will help with both of them We’re going to start by first placing my hands on your temples And I’m going to press it for 10 seconds and then release it one two three Four Five Six Seven Eight Nine Ten and now I’m going to do very slow gentle circular motions To loosen up the muscles on your temples help release the toxins from your lymph drain spots That are on the sides right here travel into the neck to your armpits So you would drain your lymphs from the middle of your face to the side and then you would drain them down the neck and then to the armpits so this will help So you break them up And it was so good now I’m going to press under your eyebrows and then pinch eyebrows like so Let’s do it, ready? one two three four five six seven eight nine ten And I’m going to pinch them And this could be very nice also releases tension Helps to drain the fluids from your eyes and from the center of your face I”m going to rub your forehead a little bit just like that just gliding my thumbs off your forehead and very softly Continue on this side now This is for deeper relaxing usually isn’t it? Such a gentle pressure very nice Now we’re going to move on to your jaw muscle You have your joints right here that you use all the time Every time you eat open your mouth Every time you speak it works this muscle So you can only imagine how stressed it is for all this work Suggest you find it on yourself by opening up your mouth a little bit and You can actually feel it tensed up on your sides. It’s usually about this thick so This is my muscle right here and Once you’ve found it are we going to do it. We’re going to press Deeply with our fingers onto it And this will relax it Okay, so let me find Let me find your muscle here I’m now here Okay now I’m going to press and hold press and hold feels good? Press and hold Press and hold Press and hold And I suggest you doing this from time to time just to have yourself relax And the last thing we’re going to do is we’re going to try tissue massage and That is a technique, and I saw a lot of asmrtist use as well as people online and a way to do it is to brush it over your face like so It could tickle your face a little bit And also the Crinkle sound can help your relax As well as this helps you close your eyes faster So hopefully this is relaxing Also play with the background here Goodnight

Job Interview Gone Wrong Feat Ajay Devgn x Amit Bhadana

Job Interview Gone Wrong Feat Ajay Devgn x Amit Bhadana


Sir, what kind of talent we want? Someone who is honourable, brave and smart. What the hell? Uncle! Uncle! don’t push me down! You don’t have any respect but people respect me a lot. (Bag of garbage falls) Whose this? Can’t you see I’m standing down here. Why are you throwing garbage on me. You don’t have any respect but people respect me a lot. You are broke. Why should I respect you? Bloody unemployed! Aunt, don’t act smart Shit bird droppings! This is embarrassing. I don’t have a job that’s why they all are after me. Uncle, no matter how much you taunt me One day I’ll become a big thing. You will only become big if you get a job. Hiring of all the companies are full. Now how will you get a place-tent? It’s called “Placement” Get some knowledge first. And I’ll make sure I get one today. You can’t even get vegetables from market Forget about placement. Why will I bring Vegetables! Am I you servant? And there’s one last company coming to our campus today. I’ll get placed today, Plump uncle! Dumb nephew! Let me teach you a lesson today. Just stop! They are completely mad. How irrelevant questions they are asking. Hey Chatru! How come you are here? Came for a Haircut! Haircut? Interview is going on, so obviously I’m here for it. They asked me “Who led the Marathas in battle of 17th century?” I said “Shivaji”. They stood up and said “Say Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj (Great warrior of India)” You are a fool! How can one commit such a blunder. What blunder? They aren’t asking a single question of engineering Not a single question of engineering Then this interview is a cakewalk for me It has been a hard day for me Recently I broke up with my girlfriend To impress her, I sent her a message in English But it had terrible grammar Because of that she misunderstood my message. Such a stupid! You should use U-dictionary app Have as look It will help you to translate your message from Hindi to English and vice-versa too. Thanks brother Give me a hug My clothes! To get something you have to lose something Now get aside! I have to go for interview I’ll get placed today. January I come in sir? January? Have heard “May I come in”. What’s January I come in? Intelligent question Sir it’s January month that’s why “January I come in” When it will be month of May then “May I come in” Come! Come! (Greets everyone) Today I’ll grab this Job How are you sir? Idiot! Sir isn’t asking about your well being Show him your CV Ohh! CV. Here it is Sir I’m a very bright boy Yeah it’s reflected from your face. No one can teach “Amit Bhadana”, not even teachers. You are 25? Just, God’s blessing sir I train everyday without fail So no one can figure out that I’m just 25. But you look like 35 Tell me something about you Sir, what should I tell If I start explaining myself then You will have to write a book on me One day will not be enough. Okay! Then leave it I don’t have time to waste. Why do you want this job? Because I want to do good to people One day few big businessmen from Russia, London, New York, America Ohh sorry New York is in America Germany, Bulandshahr came and said Amit, you have a brilliant mind Please don’t start a business otherwise we will be outplayed from the market I felt pity on them and agreed So, I did engineering and became their well wisher. Is it? Yes Do you have any other talent except bragging? Sir I have a sharp mind, ask me anything you want. Okay then tell me who led the Marathas in battle of 17th century? That’s too easy It was Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj (Great warrior of India) Sir don’t ask me simple questions Challenge me with something difficult. Chatru told you the answer but he didn’t tell you how puzzling I’m. Chatru? I don’t know who he is I have never met a guy with a name starting from “C”. Then how come you are wearing his clothes? This guy is very smart No one can fool me Now you have to go… Where sir? In the next round of interview. You’re quite different Thank you Do you know horse riding? That’s too easy One day I was at F1 race, they were riding F1 cars I was on my horse I scored 4 goals that day. Yes I saw you on television Exactly that was me! You were in yellow shirt Yaa that was me! And then people thrashed you Yaa that was.. not me Do your hands work as fast as you speak? Sir I’m world’s strongest man All these WWE superstars are amateur in front of me Okay then do 100 pushups Pushups? You mean like this? Well why pushups, this is not a Roadies audition This is an engineering interview Please ask relevant questions Okay then tell me At which angle should we shoot a 25 gms 2-foot long arrow so that it travels 300 meters? No point in talking about arrow in today’s missile world Our college never taught this crap Sir I have a sharp mind Ask me anything Is it? Yes Its sharp enough to chisel bamboo, right Let me check See, I have cut this sheet into two Now you do the same without touching it Sir I’m a bit confused I’m practically weak, can you show me again Now do it What are you staring at. Cut it now without touching. Cut it Dumb fellows! Its done Did I touch it? Did I? It’s done without touching Katayi Zeher Now two more questions Yaa sure First question If enemy is stronger and larger than your army then what will you do? I’ll run away Coward! Did you listen me completely Did you? Let me complete first I’m saying that I’ll run away, to where enemies are I’ll attack them, abolish them and be victorious Can I? I shouldn’t brag this much Good Now second question There’s a Great Wall in front of you and your army needs to go across the wall, how will you do this? I’ll use elevator Such an Idiot! Did you listen me completely. Did you dumb? Sorry. I sometimes get carried away in anger I mean that with the help of rope I’ll elevate my army across the wall Rope, Lever, Pulley, Counter weight. I have studied all of these in Engineering Good Brilliant Should we select him? I don’t think he’s capable enough Yes, I also agree on that We have many braves with us but not a clever like him Get him onboard Is it? Wow! Just a sec sir *Hello* You used to taunt me a lot, now I won’t come home I’m employed now Just convey to aunt that I won’t wash utensils from now From now these hands will pick salary not cow-dung Sir will I get Diwali bonus? TA and DA? What will be my salary sir? Where will I be located? Kondhana Fort, Pune OMG! On-site location So sir will I get a car to commute like Lamborghini or Ferrari Sign this contract first Wow Contract! I’m so lucky! Ohh this is in Marathi(An Indian Language) But what, I have to do with it I got a job today Now uncle can’t taunt me anymore Done sir! Let’s discuss my pay? Yaa sure! You have been recruited to Tanaji’s Army From now your life is dedicated to Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, to independence struggle and to saffron All hail Bhawani! All hail Bhawani! Cmon, get ready for battle What battle sir? I came for an engineering interview I just want a job sir Did you listen me completely. Did you? I’m not giving you a job But an opportunity to die like warrior Let’s go! What’s going on here? Sir who are you, where are you from? Come gentleman, we’ll show you your cabin What cabin? Where you’ll sit and work Cmon, let’s go Bhadana Oh My God! What kind of technology is this? Come with us Where sir? We have to win Kondhana Fort Sir I have never won a game of cards Forget winning a Fort Hello Uncle, save me please! I’ll do all your work, even wash utensils. Save me Uncle.. *Nephew, just tell me where you got placed?* I think we should spoof our enemies And get across the valley through this path Well I think we’ll need 250 meters of rope to get across this valley. Did anyone ask you? Go and feed horses Trying to be smart! Ohh shit! We have been attacked, let’s inform others Ohh wow attack! Shit we have been attacked Hey, take me along I’m also in your company, I mean Army You left me alone Horse went too Now how will I save myself.

English Vocabulary: 5 verbs to make you sound smart

English Vocabulary: 5 verbs to make you sound smart


Hey, guys. I’m Alex. Thanks for clicking,
and welcome to this vocabulary lesson on: “5 Verbs to Sound Smart”. Now, you may have
already checked out my lesson on five nouns to sound smart, five adjectives to sound
smart; and today, we’re looking at the verbs. So, from the top, we have the verb: “ostracize”.
All right? So repeat it after me: “ostracize”. Okay. So what “ostracize” means is to exclude
someone, generally from a social group like a family, or a team, or any kind of religious
group as well. So to exclude, shun, or snub them from a specific group. So, for example:
“He was ostracized for his beliefs.” So this person had different beliefs than the other
people in his social group, and the other people in his social group basically pushed
him away and didn’t allow him to return. They looked at… They looked down on him like
he was less than them. He was ostracized; he was excluded from the group. So, again,
you can be ostracized for your beliefs, you can be ostracized for something you say, you
can be ostracized for something you do. So, for example, if you follow, you know, a system
of faith, a religion that tells you that you have to act a certain way, if a person doesn’t
act that way, they could be ostracized by members of their religious community. Okay? The next one: “garner”. So think… Look at my hands.
“Garner”, which means to get, to acquire, to earn. You can also think of it as to collect.
So, the example we have on the board is: “They garnered a poor reputation.”
So this group of people basically acquired a poor reputation for their beliefs or their actions.
You can also, for example, garner evidence. Like if you’re a police officer,
you can also garner information. So you can say: “We have been trying to garner, collect,
or get, or acquire as much information as possible.” Or: “The police haven’t garnered
enough evidence to, you know, send the suspect to jail.” Next, we have: “contemplate”. Now, some of
you might be familiar with this word because it’s similar to something, you know, in a Spanish
language, for example. And: “to contemplate” means to consider or to think about something.
So, for example: “We have contemplated moving to a new city.” So this could be a family
or a boyfriend and girlfriend, or a couple and, you know, they have: “Hmm, okay, we have
talked about it, we have thought about it, we have considered, contemplated moving to a
new city.” So if you’re having a difficult time making a decision or it takes you a long
time to think about the process of decision making, you can use the
word: “contemplate”. Okay? Next one is: “differentiate”. So you might already
see the word or hear the word: “difference”. Right? In this word. “Differentiate” is the
verb form of: “difference”. So to be able to tell the difference, you can differentiate
between two or more things, or people, or objects. For example: “I can’t differentiate
between my twin cousins.” An important thing to remember about differentiate is if you
want to talk about and mention the two things you are comparing, you can use the preposition:
“between”, so you differentiate between “A” or “B”, or “A” and “B”. Okay? So to be able
to tell the difference. My twin cousins look the same, I can’t differentiate
between the two of them. And finally, we have the verb: “fluctuate”.
This comes from the noun: “fluctuation”. So “to fluctuate” is to change or vary, usually
at regular intervals. So the sentence we have on the board relates to the stock market. For
example: “The dollar has been fluctuating”-has been going up, going down, changing, hasn’t
been stable-“a lot this month.” So if something is constantly changing; going up, going down,
going left, going right – it is fluctuating. So what are some things that can fluctuate?
We can talk about the economy, you can also talk about the weather. So you can say: “The
weather has been fluctuating a lot this week.” You can also talk about, you know, your beliefs
or the things you say if they’re inconsistent with one another. Okay, guys, so from the top, let’s just listen
and repeat for the pronunciation of these words. “Ostracize”, “garner”, “contemplate”,
“differentiate”, and “fluctuate”. Okay, guys, so again, if you want to test
your understanding of how to use these words in a sentence, how to spell them correctly,
and just, well, how to use them correctly… I mean even if you know what the word is,
it’s a different story to be able to use it and incorporate it into your everyday vocabulary.
All right, guys, as always, check out the quiz on www.engvid.com and don’t forget to
subscribe to my YouTube channel. I’ll see you guys later. Take care.

Advanced British Pronunciation – Speak like a native in 5 sounds

Advanced British Pronunciation – Speak like a native in 5 sounds


This week, we’re doing the five most difficult sounds to get perfect British pronunciation. All you’ll need for this lesson is something which can record your voice, and some sweets, like this. So, go get those things, and I’ll be here waiting when you come back. So, first, I want you to get something which can record your voice, and record yourself saying all of these words : Pause the video, record yourself saying these words, press play again once you’re finished. Have you done that? Good! Ok, let’s look at the first sound! To practice this, look at this photo : Which sound did you make? Was it something like “Awwwwww”? Well, /ɑ:/ is the first sound we’re going to practice. And in phonetics, it’s represented by this symbol. When you’re looking through a dictionnary, and you see those funny symbols, that’s what these are. Say it again : /ɑ:/ Now, put a /t/ sound at the end of it, /ɑ:/ + /t/ together : /ɑ:t/ Repeat with me so you can compare pronunciations. /ɑ:t/ : which word did you just say? It’s this one : Now, in American English, it’s rhotic, which means they pronounce the “r”. British English is non-rhotic. So, for example, Americans would say : British English, we’d say it : What’s the difference inside the mouth? Well, for American English, when they pronounce the “r”, the tongue is rigid and it moves. British English, it doesn’t, it stays flat and down. To practice this, get your sweet, Americans call it “candy”, put it at the back of your tongue, imagine it’s very heavy and it weighs the back of your tongue down. This will keep the tongue flat and down, and it won’t move, while you’re pronouncing these words. If your tongue moves, then, you’re pronouncing it wrong. Make sure your tongue doesn’t move, that’s what this is for. If you have problems saying Art /ɑ:t/ and not /ɑrt/, pronouncing the “r”, put in on there, imagine it’s heavy, If your tongue is down and flat, you’ll pronounce it perfectly, with a British accent. Put a /h/ sound at the beginning, /ɑ:/, then /t/ sound at the end. All together : /hɑ:t/ Which word did you say? This one : Again, if you’re having difficulty, sweet, tongue… It just helps train your tongue to be in the correct position to pronounce these sounds. Let’s put a /k/ at the beginning : /k/ + /ɑ:/ All together : /kɑ:/ American English : /kɑr/ British English : /kɑ:/ Again, that tongue, it’s just flat, it doesn’t move, that’s the only difference. It also helps to imagine that the back of the throat is a bit more open. British English, you could see it as more lazy, /ɑ:/, it’s just an open back of the throat. Car /kɑ:/ /d/ + /ɑ:/ + /k/ /dɑ:k/ Which word is that? /h/ + /ɑ:/ + /d/ : The same sound in “class”, “glass”, “bath”, “Ask”, “Task” Next : So, we’ve just done /ɑ:/ the /ɑ:/ sound, represented by this symbol : Now, we’re doing this symbol : /ɔ:/ So, we go from /ɑː/ when the mouth is open, /ɑ:/ the only thing that’s going to change is the lips, the lips are gonna form a tighter circle shape. From /ɑː/, /ɔ:/ /ɑː/ /ɔ:/ You can see the shape, do the same, try to copy me. Just alone, /ɔ:/, well, that’s this word. Put a /m/ sound, at the beginning, /m/ + /ɔ:/ /mɔ:/ Which word did you say? This one : more. How about /w/ + /ɔ:/? /wɔ:/ This word : /f/ + /ɔ:/=/fɔ:/ This word. Put /h/, /ɔ:/, then a /s/ sound at the end All together : /hɔ:s/ Say it with me : “horse” Again, if you’re having problems with this, take the sweet, back of the tongue, keep the tongue down : “horse”. the tongue will be in the same position. Check the recording you did at the beginning of this lesson, Does that sound the same as this? Probably not. You probably sounded like /hɔrs/ How would Americans say “horse”? But, British English, again : /hɔ:s/ What’s the difference? Well, the tongue is down, it doesn’t move and the back of the mouth is more open. So, it’s just following the same technique of… to press tongue, not to press tongue, but your tongue is down and it doesn’t move. The same sound appears in words like : “Thought”, “Taught”, “Bought”, “Caught”. For this sound, you’ll need to make a smile face, and keep the mouth in a relatively flat position, the tongue, again, flat, down, doesn’t move. Say it with me : /ɪə/ Just alone, that means : Put a /b/, /ɪə/ : which drink makes you smile? Put /b/, /ɪə/, /d/ : Put /h/, /ɪə/ : How about /d/ + /ɪə/? Again, it might be easier for you to produce the sound by making a smile face and keeping the mouth flat. Again, not /ɪər/, it’s more lazy. From this sound /ɪə/, open your mouth a bit wider, Repeat it with me : You just made the sound which is represented by this symbol, in phonetics. So, again, when you’re looking through a dictionnary, and you see those funny symbols, that’s what these are. Again, /eə/, put /b/, /eə/ /beə/ Which word did you say? This one. Bear /k/ + /eə/=/keə/ That’s this word. /ʃ/ + /eə/=share /f/ + /eə/=fair This sound also comes up in “there”, “they’re”, “their”, “where”, “wear”, And finally, get your mouth to go from this one, /eə/ to more of a this shape : Again, inside the mouth, nothing’s really changing, only the lips and the jaw is changing. This is /ɜ:/. Say it with me : Remember, the back of your mouth stays open and relaxed, the tongue stays down. This one tends to be the most difficult for people, so, again, you might need a sweet, put in at the back of your tongue, keep that tongue down, don’t let it move. So, let’s try with some words : Let’s put a /w/ sound at the beginning and /ɜ:/, /wɜ:/ Which word did you just say? This one : “were”. Let’s make it more interesting : /w/ +/ɜ:/ + /k/ at the end : “Work” Remember this sound, this was the /ɔ:/ sound, Put /w/, /ɔ:/, /k/ That one : “Walk”. Comapre the two : “Work” “Walk” Say it with me : Let’s try /b/ + /ɜ:/ + /d/ : Remember this sound /ɪə/, we had /b/ + /ɪə/ + /d/ : “beard” Let’s try another one : /g/ + /ɜ:/ + /l/ : “girl” /w/ + /ɜ:/ + /ld/ : “world” This one’s a very difficult one for everyone to say, no doubt you’ll probably say “worlllld” something like that. Say it with me a few times : it will take practice. Let’s try one more : /w/ + /ɜ:/ + /m/ : “Worm” : that’s the little that thing. Now, I want you to look at these words again, record yourself again saying the same words, and compare your first recording with this recording. How did you do? Have oyou improved? Do you sound like a real British person now? Ok, let’s do a test, to see how well you learnt. Let’s try a few sentences : And finally, for the big test, there is an amazing song by Red Hot Chili Peppers, called “Thirty Dirty Birds”, These are the lyrics : try to say them in a British accent. In the song, obviously, he’s American, so he’ll sing it in American accent, Thanks for watching! If you enjoy our lessons, you can help support us making our next video, click this link to find out more!

Ultrasound medical imaging | Mechanical waves and sound | Physics | Khan Academy

Ultrasound medical imaging | Mechanical waves and sound | Physics | Khan Academy


– [Voiceover] The human
ear can hear frequencies from around 20 hertz to about … 20 hertz is a very low base … to up to around 20,000 hertz. This is way up there. If it’s a frequency above this, this is the range we can hear, if the frequency lies above this range, we give it a special name. We call it ultrasound, or ultrasonic. This does more than just annoy animals. This has a practical purpose. If you wanted to do some medical imaging or figure out what’s going
on in the human body … So, say, here’s a
portion of the human body and there’s maybe a vital
organ or some tissue here, or some tissue over here, you’re worried something’s going wrong, you got to figure out
what’s going on inside, you can operate, but that obviously sucks. You want to try to avoid
an operation if possible. You can do x-ray, but too much exposure to radiation is bad, too, so a very good option
is usually ultrasound. We can take what’s called a transducer. We put that transducer up to the skin. This transducer takes electrical energy, you plug it into the wall, turns it into sound energy. You send out sound waves. You send out a pulse. This transducer sends out a pulse. This pulse travels
toward anything in here, and it turns out it’ll reflect. It’ll reflect any time there’s
a difference in the medium, so any time there’s an
interface between the two media, which, in this case, we’ll make it simple. Let’s just say there’s tissue
from blood or other things, or, sorry, tissue from organs, and then the red will represent the blood. This is going to keep traveling here, it keeps traveling. Once there’s an interface,
here, between blood and tissue, it will reflect, comes back. This transducer’s always timing. It knows when it sent out the pulse and it knows when that
pulse got reflected back. It also knows the speed of sound, so it can calculate, all
right, if it took that long to get back, it must have
reflected this far away. Something’s at this point. That’s done yet, though. Some of this wave is going to travel on. In fact, most of this wave
travels through, keeps going. Here’s another interface
between tissue and blood, so it’s going to reflect again. This reflects back. We’ll get another pulse. This is at some later time. The transducer knows, all
right, took that long, now there must have been
something else there. My one pulse got reflected two times. So there’s something here,
and here’s the end of it. But that’s not done either. This keeps on going. It’ll reflect against this interface between blood and tissue. I’m drawing these sound waves crooked just so you can see them. They’d really be right
on top of each other along this line. That takes another amount of time. It keeps doing this and it knows that you’ll have points right here, difference between interfaces right here, an interface between
two different tissues. You can get an image of
this whole cross section. If you just have a
transducer that sends out pulses along this whole
face of the transducer you can image this whole region. So you can start imaging all these points. You can figure out what is inside of here, what’s the shape of it, what are any particular lesions or lumps going on inside of here. That’s ultrasound. That’s one way it’s useful. It actually uses ultrasound frequencies. You might wonder why. Why would we have to use ultrasound? One reason why is if
you took this transducer and you were using audible frequencies, you take this noisy thing,
you hold it up to a patient, that patient’s going to be like, “Uh, are you sure that’s
okay to hold up to me, doc?” That might be upsetting. Another more practical
reason for using ultrasound is high frequencies, and that
is to say low wavelengths, and these two are the same because, remember, speed of a wave is wavelength times frequency, so if the frequency’s high,
the wavelength is low, because the speed’s not
determined by either of those. The speed is determined
by the medium itself. It turns out, for high
frequency, low wavelength, you get less diffraction. Diffraction is an enemy
of making clear pictures because what diffraction is, is this is a spreading out of waves. If I had my wave coming in here, wave coming in, and there
was some sort of barrier, let’s say this barrier is right here, and I’ve got a small hole in it, waves spread out. But if it’s a high frequency wave, it won’t spread out much. It’s going to enter through this hole and it’ll spread out a little bit. It’s going to get a little bit wider. But, if it were a low frequency, maybe audible region high wavelength, the spreading would be bigger and this would be a problem
because if it spreads out, think about it, if this
wave was coming in here and this wave is coming in here, and then it curves around corners. Another thing diffraction
does is it causes waves to curve around corners,
the spreading happens, now you’ve got all this
bending of sound waves, sound waves reflecting off of things confusing the transducer,
you get a blurry image. That’s why we want to
use high frequencies. There’s less diffraction,
you get a clearer image. This is one application of
ultrasound for medical imaging.

10 Advanced Verbs to Help You Sound Smarter

10 Advanced Verbs to Help You Sound Smarter


– Today I am going to
talk to you about some advanced verbs to help you sound smarter. That’s coming up. Welcome to today’s lesson. It is a super, awesome,
amazing vocabulary lesson because I’m going to teach
you 10 different verbs to help you sound smarter.
And I say that they help you sound smarter because
these are more advanced verbs, these are advanced vocabulary words that are very specific, very precise that you can use in certain situations so that you can perfectly
express your ideas, thoughts and opinions and say
exactly what you want to say. These verbs are going to
help you do just that. Now I’m not only going to
tell the verb and the meaning but I’m also going to
give you the pronunciation as well as an example
sentence so that you can see how these words are used in context. That’s very important. So without further ado, let’s begin. The first word is to admonish and admonish has three
syllables and the stress is on that second syllable, mon, Admonish. And this is a verb that we
use with a direct object, to admonish someone, usually
for doing something wrong because what it means
is to counsel or advise against something, it’s
kind of like you’re scolding somebody in a way but
not because you are super angry and they did
something really terrible but they just did something
wrong and it’s not correct, maybe it was a little rude. – You just interrupted me
again while I was admonishing you for interrupting me. – Have you ever been
admonished for doing something? I definitely have been admonished for many things in my life. The next wonderful verb is to advocate. This word has three
syllables and the stress is on that first syllable, advocate and to advocate means
to show strong support for something, it could
be a support for a policy, it could be support for an issue and you advocate for it. We often use it with the preposition for, you advocate for something
when you are really passionate about something,
you really, really really believe in it and you want to advocate for this thing. The next verb is to bemoan and
this verb has two syllables and the stress is on that
second syllable, mohn, bemoan. You may also notice that
word in that second syllable, which kind of shares a
similar meaning to the verb, to bemoan, which means you
are basically expressing that you are upset, you are
distressed about something. It’s kind of like you’re
complaining and you might bemoan a situation that you are in. You might bemoan someone’s
decision if you disagree with it and you don’t like
it, you’re not very happy with something that happened
and you bemoan the situation. The next verb is compel. This word has two syllables
and the stress is on that second syllable, compel
and what it means is to, to force or drive or maybe
even encourage somebody to do something, some course of action, to do something that you want them to do, you really want to convince
them to do something, sometimes it can be done by force, you compel someone to do
something because maybe you’re threatening them
in some way, shape or form and you are compelling them to
do what you want them to do. – The power of Chrysler compels you. – But you’re really just
trying to get somebody to do this thing, to compel
someone to do something. The next verb is a good
one, embezzle, to embezzle. This verb has three syllables
and the stress is on that second syllable, embezzle. Embezzle and what it means
is to take money or maybe even property but most
of the time we’re talking about money and to do
it in a fraudulent way. People are creating some false
records, some false receipts and they are taking that
extra money and stealing it and they are embezzling the money. You could embezzle money from a company, you can embezzle money from a bank. – Lloyd Gross is a fictional salesman we invented
to, how do I put this, steal from the company, embezzle. To commit fraud. – I just got fired from Sweetems. – Because you were embezzling? – Now if you do this,
it’s a crime so it is not a good verb, it’s not a verb that you want to be associated with. The next verb is extol, to extol. This word has two syllables and the stress is on that second syllable, extol. And what it means is to praise highly, to give a lot of high praise,
to someone or to something. Often times you might extol
someone during a eulogy if there is a funeral and
a person is giving a eulogy and talking about the
person that has passed away, you want to talk about
all of the good things that this person did, you want
to give them a lot of praise and you would extol this person. You can also use it talking
about places or things, if you really just want to
speak highly of it, extol. Next is the verb impugn, to impugn. This word has two syllables and the stress is on that second syllable, impugn. And what it means is to claim
that something is false, to say that, to challenge it
and say that’s it’s not true and kind of cast doubt upon this situation or even this person. – So because of a few bad
apples, you’re gonna impugn an entire continent? – I’m impugning a continent. – A lot of times you might hear
it with the word character, to impugn someone’s character. Basically saying that
this person should not be believed, that they say
things that are false, they’re dishonest and
you’re trying to cast doubt over the things that this
person is talking about when you impugn someone’s character. – Mr. Chairman, if she’s
going to impugn his character while he’s speaking. – It’s not a good verb,
it’s not something that we should try to do
but this is a situation that happens and it’s a
great way to describe it. To impugn someone or something. Another great verb, which is one of my favorites is obfuscate. This verb has three syllables
and the stress is on that first syllable, obfuscate. And what it means to obfuscate something is to confuse or bewilder
and just try to create a confusing situation so
that it’s really difficult to understand so you
might hear it being used, they want to obfuscate a
situation, they want to obfuscate an issue, they want to obfuscate a policy, it happens a lot I think
in politics when you’re trying to get people to believe
one thing or another thing and some people try to
obfuscate certain issues. The next verb is placate. This word has two syllables and the stress is on that first syllable, placate. And what it means is to
appease by giving something up, you’re giving up some concession in order to try and get something that you want, to placate someone. For example, if somebody
is upset with you, you did something wrong, you
will do something for this person, you’ll give
something up, you are trying to placate them in order
for this person to forgive you, to be okay with
it and just to move on, to placate someone. Another great verb, repudiate. This verb has four
syllables and the stress is on that second syllable, repudiate. And this means to reject
something, to reject it with disapproval because
there’s no authority in this thing that people
are trying to say or do. To repudiate someone or you
could repudiate something. So for example at work
if you are the manager and you have employees
and they make a request and you could reject it and say no, I don’t like it, this is a terrible idea, you would repudiate this. – Senator Eleanor, Prenses
Shaw, does it bother you at all your son
repudiates so many of your more controversial policies? – No. – It was refused, rejected,
rebuffed, repudiated. – It’s kind of a
confrontational word because if you repudiate something
then you’re really letting the other person
know that you’re a bit unhappy, that you don’t
like this and you are rejecting it, you repudiate it. So right now I would like
to advocate for you to write us a comment and let
us know an English word that you have recently learned. It could be any word, a
noun, an adjective, a verb. Just let us know, we love hearing from you in the comments. If you don’t write us a
comment, I’m not going to bemoan the situation, I’m
not even going to admonish you but we would really
appreciate it and if you do, I will placate you by coming out with another lesson next week. I hope you enjoyed
learning these new words and you can go on and
practice and use them, please hit that like button
if you found this lesson useful and as always, thanks for watching and we’ll see you next time.

Jared Singer & Omar Holmon – “Uncle Daycare” (NPS 2014)

Jared Singer & Omar Holmon – “Uncle Daycare” (NPS 2014)


When someone gets married,
they get a bridal shower. When they have a child,
they get a baby shower. I’ve got a question… Where the fuck was my uncle shower? Where’s my instruction manual for this? I was damn sure to make sure
I didn’t have any kids. My genetics? Fort Knox. – I’m talking birth control,
– Nonoxynol-9, straight spermicide, son. – I went all-pro in prophylactics.
– Condoms. What! I drink an ocean of Mountain Dew
because it nukes your sperm count. But I never thought you having a kid
would change my life. You know how Lord of the Rings
is supposed to be a grand adventure? All the fellowship had to do
was walk across a few fields and throw a piece of jewelry
into a glorified fireplace. I’m calling bullshit. You want an impossible, magical task? Try putting six nieces and nephews
into the back of a ’96 Toyota Camry, and leading them safely to the zoo. – Between the screaming,
– “I am so great! I am so great!” – …the prying into my life.
– “What’s going on with your beard? Do you have a girlfriend?
How about your stock options?” It is a miracle
I did not ram us into a wall. They say Gandalf the Grey
was a patient wizard. Fuck that! I am Gandalf
the I Will Turn This Car Right Around! Kids, kids are the living embodiment
of Jason Derulo music. Jason Derulo sings his own name
in every song. ♪ Jason Derulo ♪ Upon hearing this for the first time, my nephew shouts out, “Noah Fernando!” – Now, any time he does anything it’s…
– “Noah Fernando!” – …even when he proclaims his innocence. “Noah Fernando.” You think you know vindictive adults? My nephew Harrison’s brother
stole his dessert once. Harrison can’t allow that. Now, whenever no one is looking,
he steals his brother’s dessert, licks it, and puts it back on the plate. You think you know mean girls? I watch my nieces get into it
when Mariah reads her sister’s diary then starts quoting it
like a hip hop disc track. On the outside, I’m like, “This is fucked up,” but on the inside, I’m like, “This shit’s better than Scandal!” You think you know love? My sister tells me
how Noah defends his nanny in the face of a man
shouting at her, telling him, “You are a naughty man.
Stop talking. Go home.” You think you know compassion? After blaming myself
for the worst breakup I will ever have, believing I’d never find love again,
Harrison joins the conversation. “Why are you being so mean to yourself? You’d never let me
talk to myself like that.” But I never thought you having a kid
would change my life. – I always hated kids…
– Until I fell in love with yours. Now I want to have my own, to know I can help
make something this beautiful. (cheers and applause) (man) Give it up for [inaudible],
ladies and gentlemen.

Ozzy Man Reviews: Live Music Fails

Ozzy Man Reviews: Live Music Fails


Oy if you live in Perth, then come to my live show bushfire fundraiser. All proceeds go to the pregnant sheila that had ScoMo force a handshake on her and the Irwin’s Wildlife Warriors charity. The link to get tickets is in the post description below. Let’s fuckin do it! [Music] It’s me again with some tips and tricks on how to nail a live music performance. OH! Spinny guitar RIGHT to the face. The singer is pretending it didn’t hurt, but I reckon that’s gonna leave a mark. It makes the show ten times better, though. The bass player bloody loves it. Get ready for another spinny guitar move. The drummer’s in danger! Nah, it’s all good. I think this guy’s bandmates had the bass guitar turned right down anyway, so no one is gonna miss hearing it. I don’t wanna brag, but… I do know how to shred a great guitar solo, this here is not a great guitar solo. [Bad guitar solo performance] The singer comes out and says “you’ve ruined my dreams!” The bass player is like “just quit, man!” It is frustrating when the weakest link in a band has no idea how shit they are, and refuses to quit. On tour is NOT the place to try new, experimental directions. Even if you’re Van Halen! [Bad performance] If your name is Lil’ Wayne, don’t play guitar at all. Put the guitar down. [Bad performance] I can’t tell if he’s concentrating or high as shit. Actually, definitely both. Don’t play a Jimmy Page style doubleneck guitar in a Storm Trooper helmet. DON’T DO IT! [Music] There’s a reason Stormtroopers have shitty aim. You cannot see a fucken thing in that imperial workwear. Stagediving! Here’s a few pro tips. Make sure you know WHERE the crowd is before ya do it. Once you’ve found the crowd, make sure they genuinely wanna catch you. Oh, don’t wear budgie smugglers. Yeah nah, it was at this moment Shane realised NO ONE wants to touch his balls. And off to the medical tent. Iggy is like “my dick is away. It won’t rub you. C’mon, catch me.” Nah, no one trusts him. His dick is never away. A trampoline is both an excellent idea and a horrible idea when stage diving. Just rehearse ya stunts before the show or you’ll end up with regrets like Steve Aioli. Stage diving is getting popular amongst rap musicians at the moment, which is handy, because everyone in the audience is filming on their phones, so if you fuck it up, you have plenty of angles to choose from when filling out your insurance forms. Always remember the show must go on even if ya spew, even if ya vomit ya guts out, even if ya hurl like a motherfucker, do not stop. You pretend it didn’t happen and you finish the song. “Oh yeah baby… AHHHH” that’s the last time anyone ever saw Travis. Oh no, there’s Drake, that’s handy. Bring your own Drake if you ever fall off stage. BYO Drake. If you’re security working at an Anthrax gig and a dickhead runs up, try not to tackle lead singer Joey Belladonna. He’s an important part of the band, and his mates get shitty when you do. (Band member: “I guess they haven’t seen him up here on stage for the last 90 minutes. he is in the BAND!” A Fan: “The fuckin arsehole.”). Take a tip from TOOL singer Maynard, if an overeager fan storms the stage, simply body slam him, mount him, and apply a choke hold. Then spend the rest of the set gently riding him while singing loudly at the back of his head. The fan will be cool with it. Soon he’ll sing along. Yeah! Boom! Situation deescalated. Cross out the security fee in ya budget. The fan leaves the stage confused, but happy. Yeah nah yeah, those are me tips to a successful live music performance! Rock out with your cock out, like Iggy Pop, unless you prefer your cock in your pants, which is understandable.

The Melisizwe Brothers Perform “7 Years” by Lukas Graham | America’s Most Musical Family Finale

The Melisizwe Brothers Perform “7 Years” by Lukas Graham | America’s Most Musical Family Finale


– Three brothers from
North of the border, who’ve been capturing
hearts all across America since the very first
time they stepped foot on this stage. Give it up for The
Melisizwe Brothers! (crowd applauding) (melodious violin piece) ♪ Once I was seven years old ♪ ♪ My momma told me ♪ ♪ Go make yourself some
friends or you’ll be lonely ♪ ♪ Once I was seven years old ♪ ♪ I always had that dream ♪ ♪ Like my daddy before me ♪ ♪ So I started writing songs ♪ ♪ I started writing stories ♪ ♪ Something about that glory ♪ ♪ Just always
seemed to bore me ♪ ♪ ‘Cause only those I really
love will ever really know me ♪ ♪ Once I was 20 years old ♪ ♪ My daddy told me ♪ ♪ Go make yourself some
friends or you’ll be lonely ♪ ♪ Once I was 20 years old ♪ ♪ Oh ♪ ♪ Soon I’ll be 60 years old ♪ ♪ My daddy got 61 ♪ ♪ Remember life and then your
life becomes a better one ♪ ♪ I made the man so happy
when I wrote a letter once ♪ ♪ I hope my children come and
visit once or twice a month ♪ ♪ Soon I’ll be 60 years old ♪ ♪ Will I think the
world is cold ♪ ♪ Will I have a lot of
children who can hold me ♪ ♪ I’ll be 60 years old ♪ ♪ Oh, yeah ♪ ♪ Soon I’ll be 60 years old ♪ ♪ Will I think the
world is cold ♪ ♪ Will I have a lot of
children who can want me ♪ ♪ I’ll be 60 years old ♪ ♪ Whoa, yeah. ♪ ♪ Once I was seven years old ♪ ♪ My momma told me ♪ ♪ Go make yourself some
friends or you’ll be lonely ♪ ♪ Once I was seven years old ♪ ♪ Oh ♪ (crowd applauding) – Wow. (applause continues) – Yes! (clapping) (whistling) – Yes, wow! My boys! You know I feel I’m not
alone when I say my boys. You make us all feel
like we’re just supposed to be proud of you. Like we’ve known you forever because we’ve said
it over and over but you have that
old soul quality. And Zacary, when you
were singing soon
I’ll be 60 years old it made me think that
whoever wins this tonight is not only just
winning for a moment, it’s an opportunity for us to hear your music for
decades and decades. And if I was that
record company, I’d be like yeah I want to
see what these guys are doing in a year, in 10 years and 30 years and 50 years. (cheering) Because you’re standing
there with all this promise of what’s to come and that’s what makes me so
emotional watching you guys and it’s just so
incredible, well done. – Thank you.
– Thank you so much. (cheering) – I don’t want to say too
much ’cause I know you guys got to start your
world tour soon. (laugher) Every time you guys come here
it’s your best performance. It’s getting annoying. When are you guys going to peak? When we’re watching you guys there’s nothing
else in the room. It’s just you three. You guys really know
how to captivate us and bring us in and then make
every song your own and you make it feel so good. I’m so excited to
see what you guys are going to do after the show. Because it’s going to
be really impressive. – Thank you.
(cheering) – That performance was heavenly. It was so sweet. I was about to cry up here. You guys brought
the feels tonight. I’m speechless, really honestly, because I know what I’m looking
at is really special here. And you can feel it in the room. It’s just been so fun to be a part of your
journey ’til this point. Way to bring it again tonight. – Thank you. (cheering) – I need to shake some hands. I’m a 45 year old man, and I’m going to thank you guys, you young bucks for moving me in a way that I haven’t
been moved in a long time. How does singing that
song make you feel? – Well, whenever I perform
I take myself on a journey to another different world. A world of music. A world where I just get to sing and just share my voice
with all of the world. Including all of you! (cheering) – I’ve just now realized that you are in fact
Benjamin Button. – (laughs) – You’re really
a 65 year old man but you keep getting
younger as time goes on. And we can’t tell and you’re fooling us all. No, the talent that you guys
possess at such a young age is special, man. It is something that only comes along
once in a long time. So, embrace it, love it, don’t ever let it go. Keep doing what
you guys are doing ’cause it’s powerful,
powerful stuff. One more time for The
Melisizwe Brothers everybody. (upbeat music)