Speaking

Using NICE in English

Using NICE in English “Nice” seems to be the most frequently used adjective in spoken English. Example; My mother has been so nice. She has bought the T-shirt I wanted. Follow the list;

Linking or Transition Words Chart

Linking or Transition Words Chart Emphasizing, reformulating, summing up, concluding, condition, consequence, temporal, opinion, concession and etc… Follow the list;

Other Ways to Say – Happy Birthday, Good Night, Good Morning, Good Luck

Other Ways to Say – Happy Birthday, Good Night, Good Morning, Good Luck Good luck; fingers crossed, best of luck. Good morning; morning, wakey-wakey, rise and shine and etc… Follow the list;

Informal Ways To Say GOODBYE

Informal Ways To Say GOODBYE So long, see you later, take it easy, bye, adios, see you again, good day and etc… Follow the list for other examples;

Ways To Say VERY COLD

Ways  To Say VERY COLD Freezing, chilly, frigid, frosty, icy. Follow the list for other expressions and examples about very cold;

Other Ways to Say – I think, Because, You’re welcome, Yes

Other Ways to Say – I think, Because, You’re welcome, Yes I think; My view is, I consider, I feel, I believe and etc… Because; For this reason, since, for, thus and etc… Follow the list;

Linking Arguments In English

Linking Arguments In English First of all, I think…, Not only that, but I also think that…, Finally…, That is why and etc… Follow the list;

Expressing Your Opinion

Expressing Your Opinion Giving opinions, giving the opposite opinion, clarifying your opinion, giving yourself time to think and etc… Follow the list;

Do you Want to Speak Faster – Speaking

Do you Want to Speak Faster – Speaking I have got to go – I’ve gotta go. Do you want to dance? – Wanna dance? Did you do it? – Dija do it? and etc… Follow the list;

Talk About Technology

Talk About Technology Let’ talk about technology. Speak english exercises. Follow the list and make practices for learning english;