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"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

03:06 min | 4 months ago

"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

"What should i do. This is very common and often something we use to ask may be a friend or family member. Oh what should i do. I don't know please help me. What should i do or similarly. What do you think i should do and finally what had i better do. What had i better do you. Better that the ryan so in these questions. We see some of our modal verbs as questions. What should i do. Probably the most common here. And what do you think i should do. And before we finish let me give you some extra ways to ask for advice. So remember that sentence if i were you i'd so we could also ask that as a question. What would you do if you were me. Oh if i were you. I'd do this right and same. Meaning what would you do if you were my situation. Where another way to say it. What would you do if you were in my shoes in. My shoes is an idiom in english we use which means what would you do if you were in my situation. Same meaning just like we had the sentence. I suggest that you we could also ask that as a question. What do you suggest what do you think or can you give me some advice or could you give me some advice so Or we could be specific. Could you give me some advice for. Could you give me some advice about this thing. Alright so here. We have some more different ways. We can ask for advice. So let's put it together and see how giving an asking for advice would work in an english conversation. Alright number one. I'm feeling really stressed lately. What should i do. You ought to rest. It's important to give yourself time to relax and here again remembering we would really say you. Oughta you oughta arrest. It's important to relax number two. Hey sarah could you give me some advice. I want a raise. But i'm nervous about asking right. So maybe my friend asks me. Hey i want to ask my boss for more money. But i'm nervous so i might say if i were you. I'd practice the conversation with a friend. I want to practice with me. So here right very polite if i were you. This is what i would do. So that's a conditional so if you guys remember from last week conditionals if i were you i would do this..

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"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

04:17 min | 5 months ago

"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

"What that what that means. But maybe if you could clarify your comment shaheed if you could leave another comment and let me know what you What you mean by that okay. See the next comment. What about according to me. According to me this when we use according to we use it to a site a different source. So i might say something like according to the this a textbook that edita a or maybe my friend told me something. According to my friend It's going to rain tomorrow. My friend told me we would not use it to refer to ourselves. We use according to to talk about Some other source. That is not us. Hello very glad to be joining. I hope to use the best near career. Thank you so much. That's that's very kind thing to say. Thank you Select see what does the expression find yourself mean example. I find myself dreaming. I find myself dreaming How can i describe. Find myself So to find yourself doing something means often we use this when maybe we have something. We're doing something that we don't normally do And we notice that were doing it more often. So i say find myself would be similar to the word notice. I notice myself daydreaming more these days. So maybe i have been feeling Really wanting to travel lately. And i just notice how i find myself daydreaming a lot more these days. I notice that i'm doing this more these days. Hello susan from the philippines. Thank you so much for joining and our viewer bond heart from thailand. Thank you so much. Good morning again. i'm doing very well thank you. I'm so happy to be here with you. All today gamal. This is a good idea for teaching english. Thank you. I think it's wonderful that i get to see your questions and in inner and really interact so you guys can get real time question and answer time I think it's great. Your lesson is very useful. And i always tell you. I'm from iraq. Well thank you shut. He'd bon voyage so bond boyish actually french which means goodbye bond means good and voyages like travel. So it's a it's just a way of saying goodbye. Bon voyage see later Maybe like have a good trip. I think bon voyage. Sometimes we say it in english to we might use some french terms So like bone apetite good meal. Bon voyage similar. Yeah goodbye have a good trip. I would like to know if we can also use for me. Yes that's another. that's a good one. Thank you for bringing that up for me..

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"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

04:16 min | 5 months ago

"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

"I would say these these. These two words would and could are both quite polite. We use them in polite speaking It depends on what kind of question you would be asking But i would say if you are talking to someone. Like let's say i'm talking to my boss i think would would be more commonly used So for example instead of saying do you want to go see a movie. I might say. Would you like to go see a movie and actually more polite than could would be. The word may so could is another is a question word So i might say. Could i Let's say my student asks me. Could i go use my phone more. Polite may i. So if you're using would in a question that's polite may also polite Could i can't think of a form where that wouldn't be polite. So i would say they're. They're both into to us but would an may are very polite very formal polite question forms. Thank you for your question. I can't get enough of learning english. That's great that's the right attitude to have. It helps to enjoy it. Yes hi there yezid. Hello oh thank you so much. I'm very glad that you enjoyed the lesson today. And thank you so much for joining. I don't like flattering sure. Yeah absolutely so. I don't like that's another way we can express dislike. I don't like i'm not a big fan of right very good. I like it. I'm so glad okay. Let me read this comment. Can't get enough of something means you like something more and more. Let's say i'm eating chocolate salad and find delicious. I want more and more. Could i say. I can't get enough of chocolate salad. Yes that's correct so experts. Excellent listening sometimes. It can be hard to listen and follow along on on video. That is the perfect Use of i can't get enough of. Yeah it's something often used with food I can't get enough love so that sentence would be excellent. I can't get enough of this chocolate salad. It's so good. I want more and more and more and we can use it with anything that We like and we want more and more of so. I could say something. Like i can't get enough of a. I can't get enough of these new netflix shows. They're so good. I want them more and more. So yes great usage iris. Hello thank you so much for joining today. Good morning from cyprus. The will thank you so much for joining hello from indonesia. Wow there's so many so many interesting of viewers here from all different places. Good afternoon thank you so much. I prefer to be direct in not so polite. Yeah and that's that's totally fine. You can and i. I'd say as i mentioned all of those phrases i think my opinion. Those are acceptable in all situations. The other ones like if you ask me or personally. I think are maybe more often used when we are Just expressing it's just my opinion right. Maybe i don't want to hurt someone else's healing or i don't want to disagree. I'm just saying well. I think this personally. I think. Good morning from pakistan. Thank you so much for joining the livestream. I'm from iraq. Thank you so much for joining. Oh thank you very much. I'm glad that that you are enjoying. And then it's easy to understand.

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"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

05:16 min | 5 months ago

"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

"Hiking is not my thing which means i know. Many people like it. But it's not something. I am interested in. It's not my thing. Gossiping is not my style so it doesn't suit my personality. I don't like it. it's not my style. I'm not into horror movies. So i don't like them. I'm not into them. I am not interested in them and last. I'm not a big fan of shopping. It's so busy too many people. I'm not a big fan. I don't like it very much all right so we have talked about asking for and giving our opinions talking about things we like and don't like last. Let's put it all together and see how all of these things would come together in an english conversation so here we have two people talking. Let's see. hey john. There's a new. Christopher nolan movie out. What do you think of his movies. Oh i can't get enough of his movies if you ask me. He is one of the best modern directors. How do you feel about going to see the new movie together. I feel like that's a great idea. Personally i think we should go see it as soon as possible. So let's take a look a little bit closer so we start with asking for john's opinion. What do you think of his movies of christopher nolan's movies and his opinion i can't get enough of his movies. Which means he likes them a lot then. He shares his opinion about the director. If you ask me. He's one of the best modern directors and then asking for an opinion about doing something. How do you feel about going to see the new movie together. I feel i feel like that's a great idea. And then another opinion personally. I think we should go see it as soon as possible. So as you see these things happen a lot in english conversation and are definitely part of our daily life..

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"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

03:59 min | 5 months ago

"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

"We can say things like as far as i'm concerned personally i think and if you ask me okay next. Let's go ahead and put these together and see some Little mini conversations samples of asking for in giving opinions using these days. Okay number one. What do you think about going out for some italian food. I think that's a great idea. Let's go so here. Remember when we end our questions stem with a were talking about going about doing something. What do you think about going out for some italian food. I think that's a great idea. Let's go okay. let's see some different ones. What's your opinion of the last marvel movie. If you ask me. It was the best one so here. We see a question that ends in of so we have a now next. What do you think of the last marvel movie and then we give a very polite opinion. If you ask me. It was the best one. Maybe your opinion is different. It's just my opinion. if you ask me. It was the best and one more example. What do you think of studying english personally. I think it's difficult but rewarding on so here we have an exception Usually as i mentioned we have of in the now but can use verbs as well. What do you think of doing this thing. Personally i think it's difficult but rewarding so again emphasizing. Just my opinion personally. I think it's difficult but rewarding okay. So who we've learned some different ways to ask for opinions and give opinions soap. Another part of giving your opinion is talking about the things you like and the things you dislike so let's look at a few different terms For thing to talk about things you like and to talk about things you dislike. Of course if i want to talk about something i like i can say. I like but there are more interesting phrases. We can use for example. I love so of course this. I really really really like it. I love it. I can't get enough of. I'm really into and i'm a big fan of so let's go ahead and go through these first. We have. i love which again. I'm sure you've used many times. It means you like something a lot. How 'bout i can't get enough of this means Maybe it's something that i want to have all the time even when i do it or have it alert i want more. Maybe it's food i like. I can't get enough. I always want to do it. Want to experience it. I can't get enough of means. I love it anytime. i'm really into so here. We have this phrase into to be into something so let's go and right here to be into something means to enjoy it Or kind of like almost similar to a hobby..

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"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

03:33 min | 5 months ago

"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

"The livestream is going to be a lesson about giving our opinions so let's go ahead. Maybe about one minute Thank you everyone who is joining really happy that you guys are here and i hope that you are ready for an english lesson alive english lesson so today i am going to give the lesson and then after the lesson We will. I will answer your questions. So please feel free to comment through the livestream and then after the lesson i will go through and answer your questions. Okay so again. Hello hello to everyone who is here and let's go ahead and get started so let me share my screen. Everyone okay so let's get started. Today's lesson is about expressing yourself today. We're going to learn some different ways. You can ask for and give your opinion so our opinions are of course very important to us right. And i'm sure we all know some simple ways to express our opinions but let's go a little deeper and see some other words and phrases. We can use to ask for an opinion from someone else and give our opinion today. Let's learn how to ask for someone else's opinion so for another person's opinion. Give your opinion talk about things you like and talk about things you dislike or don't like so. Let's go through these topics one by one and learn some helpful phrases we can use so let's begin number one asking for someone else's opinion. This is something that we do in our daily life right. So let's see a few phrases we can use to ask for another person's opinion. What do you think of. What do you think about. How do you feel about. And what's your opinion of so again. We have what do you think of. What do you think about. how do you feel about. And what's your opinion of to any of these look familiar to you. Let's take a look a little closer at how we can use these questions to ask for. Someone's opinion so you may have noticed that there was something a little different in those four questions some of the questions before we ask what and in of what.

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"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

05:35 min | 6 months ago

"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

"There are a few different endings. We add all very often to verbs to turn them into adjectives. For example play could become playable. Remove could become removable so sometimes we had. Ab elia ib l. e. to turn into a verb into an adjective or attract might be attractive. Iv e. or even a tractable ryan so there are different ways you can use the ending their Just be careful with your usage and if you want to make it a little more natural you can Look at those different endings that we would use to change verb to an adjective very good and then Somebody's writing for example. I kick out my friend from my house. That's correct terrible here yet out more. Yeah you know. That's pretty good Let's see There's one Let's see okay there. This one's for you. I think please explain some topics like reading techniques minute meaning reports parts of speech conversion interesting. Those are that's that's that's too many topics maybe choose alive. Go ahead and talk about reading techniques. Let's see maybe maybe don can help me here too with some different reading techniques Well of course. I have to say if you're working on your reading. You should check out our english videos where you look at a story that goes live in gradually increases in difficulty So for reading techniques. Let's see kind of blinking right now in on some strategies that you could use. Could you help me out done or we also have a book with high s. where Where you can practice your reading by. It's a by reading a something in a simple form and then reading it in more complex forms afterwards and then seeing how well you can do with answering questions about what you read their pretty simple questions but but that's that's something you can do i would not worry too much about different techniques In the sense that don't feel that you're reading in the wrong way or something like that Focus more on reading information. i Like there are different techniques for reading something closely But i for people who are trying to get better. I don't think it's necessary to ply apply them just yet Focus more on on for information and learn as much as i can and what you want to practice in a way in which you could check that you understood what you read. That would be what i would say. You should focus on. I read and situation can confirm that you understood one. Great way to do that is to choose something. Choose a book for example that you've already read in your native language and tried to read it in english so for example. I love harry potter guys..

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"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

04:59 min | 6 months ago

"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

"Am zoning out or future. I might is just zone out in class today. All right guys. So that's our Those are the remaining slang words. So now let's take some questions. Oh so now me tell you about myself. Sure i'd be happy to So my name is sarah I'm from america from new york. Actually from a small town with a lot farms in a lot of cows But i have been living and teaching abroad for about six years now And i taught in the us for a year before. that Right now yes. I am an english professor. As are all of the other members of our of the english danny channel and Let's see some of my hobbies. I like to play games. Loved to read. And i don't know about you guys but i love watching netflix to all right. Any other Questions i see. We got some questions. While i was talking so for example i saw the sentence. I'd be down for spaghetti. Which is the correct. Form of down for So be down for spaghetti. Perfect answer to what food would you be down for. That's out on your. You are not on mucx. You're not on you Let's see a we have some more open. Someone asked in re asked are you down for. Coffee is correct. yes So if you wanted to ask someone specifically what they are you down for something. Are you down for a pizza. Are you down for coffee. Perfect way to ask right. What do you want to are you down for coffee. Thank you enrica. I see a sentence. I bailed the college due to money. Yup good use of bail. Means i left i failed. I left college. I bailed because it was too expensive due to the money. Yes it is very expensive. Yup yup. i bailed college due to the money. Oh hello lolly lolly. Hello from france very cool. Thank you for joining in on our livestream today..

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"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

04:59 min | 6 months ago

"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

"Our education system required birth certificate to enroll at school So yes our education system required a birth certificate To enroll at school Now required in this would be Passed but If it's always the case you might wanna use simple presence here and then you would say in my country. Our education system requires a birth certificate to enroll at school. So that's expressing a general truth and so in this case will use the simple present for that license plate until i taganrog called plop he. La that's what it's called okay Plaka that's that's the word placard placard. Which kind of means something like a plate. i wonder if it's related. That's very interesting. Actually so it might be related So people saying hi from canada pueblo city from afghanistan. Wow and from india okay. Welcome to all of you. That's great anymore comment. Yeah they don't have to be questioned some sometimes You could just have comments that you want to the you wanna make We'll do that as well or Or we can interact with sarah as well if you want to go to that Depending on how you want a mom Play this next There's still some more questions and comments. I'm sure sarah how are you doing. I'm i'm doing well to use my my slang. I'm just chilling don. You're just chilling. We're we're hoping that this livestream will be legit with already best for doing already. And all of our wonderful viewers here make it even more legit. It's so cool to see where everyone's from so it looks like we have a question here. Don would you like to go first. We have a question. Can you tell us about yourself. Please tell us about yourself. Please okay so this is Someone from sudan which is great So yeah my. My name is don from the united states. I've been teaching overseas for eight years. Before that i taught at universities in the united states i also worked for nbc news in the united states as a news writer so someone said the news is legit. I hope i hope my news was legit. I tried my best and Yeah so working here. With the danny and sarah and john on the english danny channel Any other questions things you want to know Let us know a suleyman..

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"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

05:36 min | 6 months ago

"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

"When when ford makes a car right they're not engaged trade but they are engaged business right. They're just making the car right there. Engaged in business. They're building a product and then later they'll sell that product yes and they will get involved in trade and when they need the parts to make the car. They're going to engage in trade because they're going to buy Those are the parts they need from. People supply them now like they're going to need rubber for tires. They're going to need metal for the body. They're going to be glass for the windows and the the front windshield. So engage trade in order to carry on their business So yeah business. Trade is a part of business is a way of thinking about it So business link lou trade but include other. Thanks there's other activities just purchasing It'll also involve negotiations. It'll also involve advertising like so if there's an advertising company so an advertising company are they really engaged in trade no. They're not buying and selling what they're doing is they're making an advertisement. Okay but then they may engage a little trade when they sell their advertisement Were offer it to a A tv channel say for example But the making of the ad or the making of advertising That's that's part of business right. So that's really the difference there What am i qualifications. My qualifications i have a I have a masters and phd in english language and literature From a university in the united states So there are my qualifications and then i've been teaching. I also have experienced qualified. I've taught at american universities for about seven or eight years and i've taught overseas at overseas universities For this is now my eighth year teaching overseas so about fifteen years university teaching experience teaching everything from Literature courses to negotiation courses business. Business english And just english grammar and english speaking and conversation So i've taught a lot of Taught a lot of people including native speakers and not a native speakers about the english language. Please a deal a bargain. The same thing a deal and bargain yet again. This is a case where there's going be a lot of overlap there. That's a deal. That's a bargain a lot of times. A you're gonna wanna say those are just about The same so would you say that something is deal is a bargain Well the thing is you can also say i. I'm more likely to say that something is a good or a bad deal. You could say something's a good bargain or a bad bargain but it's more communist. Say something like. I got a good deal To mean a bargain so bargain already implies that it was probably good whereas a deal is more neutral So you would say good deal to specify not it was a really good deal. Deal can mean good but sometimes you might specify specifically by saying none. It was a good deal or is a bad deal. I made a deal was a bad deal. I didn't i. Didn't i didn't win out of it so.

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"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

03:59 min | 6 months ago

"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

"Haggling has more of an emotional connotation than bargain bargaining does and just the word bargain not using it as a Not using as verb using as a noun. A bargain is a deal. A bargain is a a deal. A good price So if Somebody says hey. I bought that rug and i only paid fifty turkish lira for it. Somebody might say that's a good bargain. That's a bargain okay. So there's your difference you wouldn't say that's a haggle that wouldn't that wouldn't really make sense But you could say that's a bargain that would make sense of. That's a haggle. Haggle is a noun really refers to the combat the discussion to try to get the best deal So some people like haggling. Some people don't like haggling I'm not a big fan of haggling. I'm not very good at it. But i am a fan of the bargain. I like to get a good bargain. All right we got thanks. Good thanks to you as well for listening a high from madagascar that's great Madagascar as interesting country very interesting history. i've actually read a book on A queen of madagascar. Rabbi lona thank ravello nova. I think may be pronouncing it wrong. But she was from the nineteenth century so very interesting of madagascar a long time ago so I know a little bit about the country. let's see we have any other questions or comments. These are really good. It's very good to get this kind of feedback from from you guys see from pakistan witch. Wish to learn more about english while the good news is the english. Danny channel is a great place to go. We have more videos that you can watch to learn more about english.

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"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

05:41 min | 6 months ago

"english" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

"Okay welcome to the first ever. English danny channel livestream. I'm dr dawn and this is the first time we've done this so There may be some problems. Maybe some technical issues But we're Working out on the job. We're doing it live here Let's talk about what we're doing here on this. I live stream for the english danny channel. I have four segments planned today. I have a segment on a quick thinking. Father i have a segment on prince philip's funeral i have a segment on this day in history and then at the end i have accused segment..

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"english" Discussed on The English Journey Podcast

The English Journey Podcast

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"english" Discussed on The English Journey Podcast

"And you can click the lessons tab for pricing and make an Appointment and I'm also really friendly. So don't be worried about that. All right. Those were my top five tips of how to actually speak English with confidence. I really hope these helped because honestly life is too short to always play on the safe side. Let's take some risks and let's get out there and just reach our goals a challenge you to try one of these five ideas for an entire week and let know if these have been helping you I'm sure they're going to make a huge difference. All right before I sign out for this week's episode I want to announce that starting next week we have a very exciting new series on this podcast. The new series is called Hashtag my English journey and it's going to be so cool. So I will be interviewing different people from around the world who have a story to share about either their struggles, their challenges or just something really. Interesting about how they learned the language. The cool thing is I won't just be talking with teachers. I'll be talking with students and just anyone who hasn't experienced with the English language I'm super excited for the series and I know you guys are going to love hearing other people's perspectives and their lives. So if you're interested in actually being a guest on our podcast for the series you. Can. Head over to her website and click the podcast tab and scroll all the way to the bottom. There's a little button that says want to be on our podcast just please fill out the form and let us know and I'm actually going to be picking a lot of people for this interview series called my English journey. So stay tuned for that. I. Hope You guys enjoy it. The first episode will be released next week. If you've been really loving our podcast lately, it would mean the world to us if you could send a review or a rating just because that really helps us push out more content and know that you guys want us to keep going. So I would really appreciate that and I hope you all have an amazing week. I'll see next week I..

"english" Discussed on The English Journey Podcast

The English Journey Podcast

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"english" Discussed on The English Journey Podcast

"If you're new, I'm your host Jasmine and today. We're talking all about greetings. So what are the different ways that you can introduce yourself or say hello an English now? I don't know if you already know this, but when it comes to greeting yourself in English, it is super important because people actually determine their first impressions about you within the first few seconds, so you really want to get it right and make. Make the best possible first impression when you're speaking English and to be honest. You WanNa. Make the best impression, no matter what language or speaking, but of course we are talking about English on this podcast, so let's get into the best ways to say hello in English and have a proper greeting now. Of course it's important to differentiate between informal and formal English so informal English is the type of language. You would use with people that you are close to so your friends your. Your family I. Don't know even sometimes your coworkers that you are really close with, but when it comes to a formal, that's the kind of language you would use with people you don't know very well like your boss or co workers at you're not very close with or anyone that you respect like an elder, or you know a distant relative that you don't talk to too much, so it's important to know your audience right? You're not going to talk in a very casual way. Way and introduce yourself casually to someone that you don't really know so. Let's talk about the difference with informal and formal and what we can say in English to introduce ourselves. It's also really important to mention that. Of course you're going to get more used to this with practice, so the more you talk to people and the more you use yourself, the more you're going to realize, which greetings work for you, and which ones you prefer, because everybody has a preference and everybody has. Has Their own personality, so some of these English greetings might not really match your own personality, so you're GonNa find out what works view through practice, so I definitely recommend talking out loud with strangers and friends in English all right. Let's begin with informal English greetings. As most of the time we are talking with our friends and family and people that we know not often. Are we talking with strangers, although we will get into that later, so the very basic way to say hello. Hello. Of course as you know is high, we can say hi, we say hello, and we can also say hey. Hey is something. That native English speakers us all the time. It's a little bit more casual than hello or hi, so if you know someone already, and you don't really feel like being too formal, you can say hey, instead of saying hi, and it will make you sound a lot more fluent now. The English greetings hello. Hi and hey work pretty well in any. Any social situation, however, sometimes it can be a little bit boring for example if you're at a party and you see somebody that you really want to talk to. When you just go up to them and say hi, and then you don't say anything else. It is a little bit strange. The person might not really know what you're looking for or what you want to talk about so one simple and easy way to.

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"english" Discussed on BM English Speaking Radio

BM English Speaking Radio

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"english" Discussed on BM English Speaking Radio

"B. m. english speaking radio channel presents v._m. English word of the day my name is brought to the and i'm your host for this episode. You are listening running episode number. One hundred and sixty two off season three. Did this is what you would. You like to know what it means it.

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"english" Discussed on BM English Speaking Radio

BM English Speaking Radio

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"english" Discussed on BM English Speaking Radio

"B. m. english speaking radio child presents bam english word of the d. My name is brexit. The and i'm your host for this episode you you are listening to episode number. One hundred fifty five off season three. Today's word is seamless. The meaning of seamless is smooth and continuous changing or continuing without any break or interruption continuous fabric or a selfish without any joints with i._b._m. English speaking radio channel learn new what every day and impressed the world in this initial cabinetry lesson you you learn how to use the word seamless via show that the e._s._p._n. Will help you to enhance the english with cabinet already pink and speak english fluently and confidently seamless is spelt as as key. I am l. e. s. s. the woods seamless means something which is without any interruption it also refers to a continuous fabric or is selfish that has no joint for example our travel across cross. The boundary of two states were seamless. The actress water long seamless gown for the party. Listen listen carefully how we can use the woods seamless in eight different situations in eight different sentences example number one of eight. The transport minister called the meeting of the civic officials. He asked them to prepare a blueprint for seamless travel between various modes of public transport within the city example number two of eight the chairman of the company retiree.

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"english" Discussed on BM English Speaking Radio

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06:04 min | 2 years ago

"english" Discussed on BM English Speaking Radio

"B. m. english speaking radio channel presents b. m. english word of the my name is property and i'm your host for this episode soared. You're listening to episode number one hundred and fifty two of season three. Today's word is unprecedented unprecedented.

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