Monthly Archive:: August 2016
Using Quantity in English Countable and uncountable nouns, not any, no, some, a lot of, lots of, plenty of, most, all. Follow the list for examples about these quantities;
Speaking About the Weather Sunny, partly cloudy, windy, rainy, heavy rain, overcast/cloudy, stromy-thunder/lightning. Follow the list for visual expression and examples;
Passive and Active Voice in English – Detailed Expression Active Voice; I make a cake. Passiv Voice; A cake is made. Follow the list for detailed expressions;
Different Ways to Interrupt Someone Can I just say something here? Can I stop you there for a moment? Can I just butt in for a second?
Creative Ways to Say NO No thank you, but it sounds lovely, I won’t be able to help, If only I could, Not now, I’m honored but I can’t, I’d love to – can’t.
Other Ways to Say I DON’T LIKE IT That’s not for me, I’m not into it, I pass, I’m not fond of it, I dislike it.
Making Apologies – Accepting Apologies in English Making Apologies; I do apologize for…, Please, accept my apologies for…, Pardon me for this… Accepting Apologies; It doesn’t matter. That’s all right. No harm done.
English Speaking Exercises – Very Important!!! Examples these sentences; Give someone a hand, I can’t figure out how to, I’m positive, It’s on the tip of my tongue and etc… Follow the list for examples and expressions;
Asking the Right Questions in Every Situation Who, when, where, why, what, which, how, how many, how much, how long and etc.. Follow the list for examples and expressions;
Expressions Related to Time Saying when; just before/after, sometime in, a little while ago, when I was around. How long; every since, for ever and a day, for a quite some time. How often; on a pretty regular basis, from time to time, more or less all the time.