Real Spoken English Expression with Meaning in Daily Life –6

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Real Spoken English Expression with Meaning in Daily Life –6



Real Spoken English Expression with Meaning in Daily Life –6

5 Ways to Ask Someone Else to Do Something

  1. (More formal) would you mind… [Opening the window]?
  2. Could you please…? [Turn off the lights]?
  3. (Informal) Can you… [Pass me the chicken]?
  4. Please… [Send me the information].
  5. I’d appreciate it if you could… [Wash the dishes].

5 Ways to Interrupt Someone

  1. Sorry to interrupt, but…
  2. Excuse me – could I talk to you for a minute? / do you have a minute?

(When interrupting a conversation between two other people, to talk to one of them)

  1. Could I jump in here?

(Use this when interrupting a discussion among many people) 

4. Sorry – I just want to say that…

  1. (Formal) May I have a word?

10 Ways to Encourage Someone

  1. Keep up the good work!
  2. That was a nice try.

(Say this after someone made a good effort but failed)

  1. That’s a real improvement.
  2. You’re on the right track.
  3. You’ve almost got it.
  4. You’re doing great.
  5. Don’t give up! / Hang in there!

(When someone is currently having difficulties)

  1. You can do it!
  2. Give it your best shot.

(Best shot = best try, best effort)

  1. Nice job! / You did great!

(After the person has done something good)


Real Spoken English Expression with Meaning in Daily Life –6

5 Phrases for Complaining

  1. I’m not happy about this.
  2. I’m sorry, but this is unacceptable.
  3. I’m not very satisfied with… [Ex. this product / this situation]
  4. (Informal) I can’t stand it when… [Ex. the internet is slow]
  5. (Informal) This sucks.

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10 Phrases for Remembering, Reminding, & Forgetting

  1. I’ll always remember… / I’ll never forget…
  2. If I remember correctly… / As far as I can recall…
  3.  I have a vague recollection of…
  4. it’s on the tip of my tongue.

(=I’m trying to remember, but I can’t quite remember)

  1. My mind went blank.

(= I couldn’t remember/think of anything)

  1. It doesn’t ring a bell.

(=it doesn’t sound familiar)

  1. Please remember to… / please don’t forget to…
  2. I’d like to remind you about…
  3. You haven’t forgotten to/about… have you?
  4. It completely slipped my mind!

(= I completely forgot about it!)

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