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meet
verb


real english
to get together with someone
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name
countable noun


real english
A name is a word meaning what somebody or something is called.

Examples:

This piece of fruit is called a banana. It's called a banana. = Its name is banana.



He's called John. = His name is John.
pleased
adjective


real english
happy, satisfied, or content
see
verb


real english
to perceive with eyes
very
adverb and adjective


real english
Very emphasizes adverbs and adjectives.
very well
adverbs and adjectives


real english
in a very good condition
well/not well
adverbs and adjectives




well = in a good or pleasing condition

not well = in a bad condition
you guys
informal subject pronoun (slang).

a guy (informal noun) = a man, a fellow.
BUT
"You guys"
is slang used as "You" in the plural for both men and women (American origin but now also used in the UK).


real english
You in the plural, for men and women, or boys and girls (informal, or slang)
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