Hello, everyone. Welcome to ForB’s English lesson video. I’m Robbie and today we’re looking at a useful
phrase. And, this phrase is: “It’s not my cup of tea.” So, what do you think this phrase means? Well, let’s look at a very short conversation. Speaker A says: “Do you want to go to karaoke?” And, speaker B says: “No. It’s not my cup of tea.” So, what do you think this phrase means? OK. The meaning is: “I don’t like it very much.” “I don’t like it very much.” So, we use this phrase when someone invites
you to join an event or activity, but you don’t like it very much. So, you can say “No.” or “No thank you, it’s
not my cup of tea.” OK? Alright. Let’s practice. OK? So, I’m going to say it slowly, you repeat,
and a little bit faster, repeat, and then natural speed, and repeat. OK? OK. Here we go slowly. It’s not my cup of tea. You try. OK. a little bit faster. It’s not my cup of tea. You try. OK. And natural speed. It’s not my cup of tea. OK. You try. OK. Great. So, for me, bowling, it’s not my cup of tea. OK. So, what is not your cup of tea? OK. Great. Thank you very much, everyone, for watching. I’m Robbie. See you next time.