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90 Ways to Say SAID in Speaking - English Study Here
90 Ways to Say SAID in Speaking added admitted advised affirmed agreed announced answered asserted assured avoided avowed awakened bellowed blurted bragged cautioned challenged claimed conceited conceded concluded confessed confused continued corrected cried deceived decided declared demanded denied denounced detected disclaimed disclosed divulged emphasized estimated explained expressed forewarned founded gasped growled grunted guessed hinted insisted interjected interrupted joked lied ...
+25 Ways to Say BECAUSE, Synonym Words Because - English Study Here
+25 Ways to Say BECAUSE, Synonym Words Because as as a result of as long as as things go being by cause of by reason of by virtue of considering due to for for the reason that for the sake of in as much as in behalf of in that in the interest of in view of now that on the grounds that over owing to seeing since thanks to through whereas
27 Ways to Say HELLO in Speaking - English Study Here
27 Ways to Say HELLO in Speaking What have you been up to? Look what the cat dragged in! It is nice to meet you What’s going on? Good afternoon. How have you been? What’s up? Look who it is! Good morning sir, how are you? Greetings and salutations! Good day Great to see you What are you been up to? How are you feeling today? Bonjour Howdy? How are ya? Long time, no see Good to see you Greeting Stay safe Welcome Good evening Hey there? Nice to see you again? Hey, boo How are things?
18 Ways to Say What's up in Speaking - English Study Here
18 Ways to Say What’s up in Speaking What’s sizzling? What’s shaking? Yo! Hello! Wazzup! Whatcha doin? What’s up buttercup? How’s life treating you? Anything new with you? Hi Howdy what’s poppin? What’s cookin’? Sup? What’s new? What are you doing? What’s going on? What are you up to?
19 Expressing Your Anger Phrases in English - English Study Here
19 Expressing Your Anger Phrases in English I don’t believe it! What a pain! Is it possible? I could really do without it. It really gets on my nerves. I have had it up to here with… I’m sick and tired of… I’m fed up with it. Damn it. Rubbish! Just you wait! Get out of my way! That’s the last straw! Mind your own business! It’s none of your business! Shame on you! I don’t think that’s very clever! I get so irritated by Tom I can’t be around her. Please I’m so mad right now I can’t talk
+20 Phrases for Asking for Opinion in English Speaking - English Study Here
+20 Phrases for Asking for Opinion in English Speaking Are you aware of…? Would you support the view that…? What’s your take on…? What do you think about it? How do you feel about…? Do you agree with me? Do you know/see what I mean? Don’t you think that…? Is it in fact the case that…? Could you explain to me…? Are you saying that…? Could you tell me…? May I ask you…? What’s you opinion about…? Just tell me the reason why? Could someone please tell me …? Do you have an idea…? Is it right what ...
+20 Ways to Say NO in English Speaking - English Study Here
+20 Ways to Say NO in English Speaking No thanks. I have another … Unfortunately, it’s not a good time. I’d love to – but can’t. I wish I could make it work. No thanks, I won’t be able to make it. I’m sorry, I’m busy. I’m already booked. That’s not going to work for me. Sounds fun, but I’m not available. I want to, but I’m unable to. I just don’t have that to give right now. I’m not able to commit to that right now. It is not a good idea for me. Apologies, but I can’t make
15 Examples with How to Give Bad News in Speaking - English Study Here
15 Examples with How to Give Bad News in Speaking Please don’t take this badly but… It is my unfortunate duty to tell you that … There is no easy way to say this but … I’m sorry to have to tell you this but … Unfortunately … I tried … but … I need to warn you that I have some bad news … I’m afraid I’ve got some bad news … I regret to inform you that … I’m afraid to inform you of … I’ve got some bad news I’m afraid … I’m afraid I’ve got something
+17 Phrases for Agreeing in English Speaking - English Study Here
+17 Phrases for Agreeing in English Speaking Exactly. That’s true. You are absolutely right. I’m with you. I feel the same. Absolutely. I totally agree! Tell me about it! I couldn’t agree more! You’re right. That’s a good point. That’s for sure. Me too! No doubt about it. You have a point there. I was just going to say that. That’s exactly what I think. I agree 100% I suppose so.
20 Different Ways to Say THANK YOU - English Study Here
20 Different Ways to Say THANK YOU That’s so kind of you. Many thanks. I can’t thank you enough. All my love and thanks to you. Words can’t describe how thankful I am. Please accept my best thanks. Thanks a ton for helping out. Thanks. Cheers. Thank you very much. I really appreciate it. You’ve made my day. You are great. I’m in your debt. You are the best. Thank you so much. Thanks a million. You’re an angel. Thanks a bunch. I do not know how to thank you.
+40 Ways to Say Hard in English - English Study Here
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Say I Love You, English Phrases - English Study Here
Say I Love You, English Phrases You are my dear. I’m affectionate for you. I adulate you. No one matters but you. I’m wild about you. You’re all I see. I want you. You are my reason for living. I lost my heart on you. You complete me. I am better because of you I adore you. You are all I want. I’m infatuated with you. You set my heart on fire. I respect you. You are my reason for living. You are precious. You complete me. I respect you. You are precious. You are my reason for living. You
+30 Asking and Giving Direction Phrases - English Study Here
+30 Asking and Giving Direction Phrases Asking Direction •How do I get to library? •Where is the nearest post office? •Can you tell me the way to the Big Hotel? •Are we on the right road for London? •Can you Show me on the map, please? •I’m looking for this address. •Dou you have a map? •Are you from around here? •Pardon me, I’m lost, how do I get to …? •I’m looking for … •Could you direct me to …? •May I ask for some help? I need to get to …? •How can we get to High Park?