Spelling English words can be tricky! There are words that are spelt exactly the way they sound and then there are sneaky silent letters that can easily give anyone a headache. Is it ‘writing’ or… More
What’s the first thing you do when you meet someone new?
Yes, you’re right! You introduce yourself.
But quite often I’ve come across non-native speakers who feel shy to introduce themselves in English because they are afraid of making mistakes or saying the wrong thing. They worry that others will laugh at their errors and instead prefer to use their native language.
I’m here to tell you NOT to be nervous or afraid.
In this lesson I will give you the most useful introduction expressions that you will need to make a great first impression.
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You might be wondering, “Hey! What’s this lesson about? I already know how to say yes.” I’m sure you do and it’s probably one of the first words you learnt in English. ‘Yes’ is the most standard of affirmations and commonly used. But English is filled with various ways to give a verbal affirmation to someone. I’m sure you can do better than using the plain old ‘yes’. So let’s take a look at the other ways to say yes!
Each individual has a different opinion or point of view because of which we may not always agree or disagree with someone. In the previous lesson, 👉Expressing Opinions, you learnt how to express yourself and give your opinions. But what about responding to others opinions?
Simply saying ‘I disagree’ when you have a different opinion or ‘I agree’ when you agree with someone can be repetitive and seem like you lack vocabulary.
That won’t be a problem anymore because in this lesson you will learn different ways to agree or disagree with someone.
Each person sees, feels and understands things differently which is why we have different opinions on any given topic. In today’s lesson you’ll learn vocabulary to express your opinion and ask someone for their opinion. Here’s a short video on Expressing Opinions.
Do you find yourself unsure of when and how to correctly use ‘used to’?
Do you get confused between ‘used to’ and ‘be used to’?
Then this is the lesson for you.
By the end of this lesson you’ll be able to use ‘used to’ perfectly.
Being sick isn’t the best feeling in the world, but we all experience it and talk about it. Most of us usually say, ‘I’m great!’ or ‘I’m sick’. Instead of using the same old boring expressions, you can use the following idioms to sound more like a native.
In this lesson, you’ll learn 10 idioms that are useful to talk about being healthy or sick.
I use under the weather and as right as rain quite often. What do they mean? Read on to find out.