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Phrases in this video (print them our and practice!):
1. How is it going?
2. Long time no see!
3. What have you been up to?
4. Can’t complain
5. How do you know?
6. That’s a good one = That’s a good joke!
7. It’s very kind of you!
8. Thank you anyway
9. Thank you in advance!
10. No worries
11. What’s going on?
12. Did I get you right?
13. Don’t take it to heart
14. I didn’t catch the last word
15. Sorry, I wasn’t listening
16. It doesn’t matter
17. Fingers crossed!
18. Oh, that. That explains it.
19. Things happen
20. Sorry to bother you
21. I’ll be with you in a minute
22. Where were we?
23. I’m sorry, I didn’t catch you
24. Lucky you!
25. I freaked out = to become very angry, scared or excited
26. Good for you!
27. You’ve got to be kidding me!
28. Cheer up!
29. Come on, you can do it!
30. Keep up the good work!
31. It's not the end of the world
32. That’s lit! = That’s amazing!
33. There you go!
34. 44. Not a bit!
35. There is no room for doubt
36. I’ll text you!
37. It’s not worth it!
38. You rock!
39. You should go the extra mile…
40. Step up your game = Start performing better
41. Pull yourself together = Calm down and behave normally
42. You sold me! = You convinced me on something
43. Couldn’t care less = used to express total lack of interest in something
44. This is a no-brainer = Easy decision
45. You screwed up
46. You are driving me nuts!
47. Can you cover me? = Can you work in my place?
48. I’d better be going
49. Thank heavens it’s Friday
50. Take care!
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Education? Wealth? Bravery?
Father ? Mother? Wealth?
Can one produce without others?
Can there be division of which is greater between them.
Can the educated ‘s hunger subside without wealth
Can the wealth atttain fame without knowledge
Here are some more phrases..
1-pass the buck
2- A piece of cake
3- Cut corners
4- I reckon
5- cold shoulder
6- all ear
7- For good
8- in full swing...😊😊😊
U teach very well...keep up the good work..👌👌👌👌
This is the problem with non-native speakers teaching "real English" - the intonation matters on a lot of these phrases, and you haven't gotten it right on most of them. Also, you don't go "AN" extra mile, you "go THE extra mile". It sounds like a very small thing, but if you try to use these expressions and you use them inappropriately, it's worse than just sticking to what you know.
Hey 🙂 Fair play for doing this, I’m sure it’ll help a lot of people to fit in. I came over from your Silicon Valley Girl Channel 🙂 I’m about as English as you can get (born in London, near Chelsea) & there was something very endearing about the way you were teaching people these phrases. I could watch you all day Lol ...not in a creepy way 🙈
By the way, well done for ‘thinking out the box’ 😉 and sharing some phrases that were a bit more unique and not the same old boring phrases that other people share! #Respect
Oh, one more thing, I hope this isn’t inappropriate but you’re also stunning 🙂 x
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