Meaning of GO WITH YOUR GUT – A Really Short English Lesson with Subtitles


So all of us make a lot of decisions every
day. We make a lot of choices and sometimes we
have a lot of time to think about the decisions. A lot of time to think about the choices. But sometimes you just need to go with your
gut. When we say, “go with your gut”, in English
we mean to make a decision based on what you’re feeling in the moment. To make a decision not based on all of the
facts, and a decision not based on all of the information you have, but a feeling, uh
sorry, a decision based on what you are feeling in the moment. Your gut is actually the same word that we
use for stomach. And when you go with your gut it means just
to make a decision based on the feeling you have in your gut at the moment. So not a thinking decision, but a feeling
decision. So go with your gut whenever you need to make
a decision quickly and hopefully it’s the right one!

21 Replies to “Meaning of GO WITH YOUR GUT – A Really Short English Lesson with Subtitles”

  1. I don't know why but when I watch your videos I fully hear every single word but when I watch a movie or a series I feel like it is much harder to fully hear it 😟
    However you seems to be a great , genuine, and amazing teacher may god bless you❤

  2. but sometimes "go with your gut is scary" specially when you are angry, full of emotions don't make a decision. more likely you will make a wrong one😊

  3. I felt in love with the man who is now my husband at the first sight. I went with my gut to marry him right after I met him. Fortunetely we are a happy couple now .

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