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This is a download from BBC Learning English to find out more. Visit our website. Hello and welcome to The English Way, speak with me, Fay and me, Roy, have you seen Rob's new video on social media?


Yes, it's amazing. He has charm and style.


He just has. Oh, yes, Rob has.


And charm. Not as much as me, of course, but he has some. Wow. Roy, for once, you actually got the correct word mouth.


I didn't say omfg. I said, oh, I was complaining because I hurt my back earlier, putting your cases in your car for you to go on your work.


Well, one can never be too prepared when go into the beach. Besides, I need lots of different outfits for when I take pictures. My photos have to have real umph.


Yes, I get it. Your photos need to have energy and be exciting. Exactly.


Well, let's talk more about my right after these examples.


I mean, the business owner showed real umph in her presentation when she was pitching the idea. I really like the way Eric speaks. He has real energy and. The dancers showed real warmth in his performance and energy I haven't seen in a long time. And you're listening to the English.


We speak from BBC Learning English, and we're talking about the word mouth. If someone or something has umph, they have real energy and excitement.


Some people argue that it is important to have real umph when making presentations. I'm really good at talking to a roomful of people, which means I must have real umph.


You're clearly mistaken, I am the one with the umph, I could sell anything to anyone.


Well, if I bought what you were selling, I could resell it for double the price. That's how much I've got.


No right. You don't have umph. You have a puppy like charm. It's OK to be envious of my puppy.


Like, I don't use slippers or chase sticks. I have energy, excitement. People have told me that.


And who said that, Rob?


But ironically, he said it when he hurt his back, helping me with your cases.


Well, I think we all know what he really said by Roy, by.