Listen: Use these Phrases to Show Confidence in Your Suggestions
"Well, you could say there's no doubt in my mind, right, or or you could say there's no doubt in my mind, or you could say without a doubt. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So she's going to be hired. There's no doubt in my mind. Nice. Right. So instead of the because you could say because she is hands down the best. Right. So, but the this is just a phrase that could also just show this confidence that you. You know, you know, that some yachting is the best. And then for sure for sure is one we use on on this podcast a lot. I think this is for sure the best restaurant in the neighborhood. Right. Right. Right. This is first. So you could say this is hands down. Right. So I guess the first one there's no doubt in my mind. So she's going to be hired. You could say she is hands down the best. So it would be used a little bit different. But the second one you could really just flip it out. So you could say hands down the best restaurant, or this is for sure the best restaurant, absolutely an-and. There's another one. It's no. Competition. So their customer service is the best new competition. That's why I always buy from them. Right. Right. And then we talked a little bit about like saying one hundred percent, right. That's another one. Or, you know, there are just a lot of different ways to do. This. Right lindsay. Yeah. There's a little way. And it's good to be sure in what you're saying. You know, don't be wishy washy. Wishy-washy wishy washy on deci-. That's something. Yeah. In my conference in California. That's what people were emphasizing. Like be sure about what you're saying. In your in your in your messages, and what you're trying to say be sure about it. Don't be wishy washy don't qualify things be confident in what you say. And that is the way to create change in the world. Right. Right. Right. Exactly. Because like what's the worst? That's going to happen. You recommend something or you tell somebody. That's something is your favorite thing, or you, you know, and and they disagree like, so like, I think not as I think that this phrase hands down or some of these other ones just show like, okay? I believe I truly believe what I'm saying. Yeah. I think it's so good. This is this is a nuance. Skill communication that that our listeners are ready for right here guys. This is in for sure. Yeah. I like, oh, I just said, I sure. Right. We know. We're teaching the good stuff. Exactly when we use a naturally like in the same episode without even thinking about it. So good. So what we're let's do a role play. Let's let's bring this to life, Michelle. So what's happening here? Okay. So I well, you just went to New York City Lindsay. But I'm attending that you're going again, a home show you're going to New York on you're going to New York for a weekend. And I'm giving you some suggestions. Okay. I'm ready. So Michelle which neighborhood should I visit I o Lindsey. It's gotta be union square. That is hands down my favorite neighborhood. Okay. So what should I eat there? Oh, there's this adorable bakery. They're bread is the best in the city. No competition. Great. Well, how about taking the subway or cab? What do you think? Go for the subway. It can be confusing. But it's the easiest way to get around without a doubt in my mind. Okay. Thanks. Oh. By the way. Did you see that new TV show? I told you about it's the best show on TV right now for sure."
All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture