Imagine a colleague invites you to their house for a weekend BBQ or your neighbor invites you for dinner. With today’s Confident English lesson, just a few easy steps you’ll be ready to accept and decline invitations politely and confidently in English. You’ll never have to worry about saying the right thing or finding the right words.
A student recently asked me why native English speakers use ‘so’ so much. In today’s lesson, I’m going to share with you several ways that we use the word so and why, so that you can use it in your daily English conversation and do it with confidence.
Eight of my favorite English body idioms. You’ll learn exactly what they mean, examples for how to use them in daily conversation, and practice as well.
Join Kelly and I as we discuss how we make plans with friends with our Australian vs. American English. I have to be honest, some of what Kelly says really shocks me!
Whether you’re on the phone, chatting with neighbors, and talking in a business meeting, you may need to tell someone to wait. Here’s how to do that in English.
Is it normal to say OMG or FYI in English conversation? Yes! Here’s how to use abbreviations like a native English speaker.
Here’s how to politely deal with those uncomfortable questions you don’t want to answer in English and move on in the conversation.
You might be surprised how native speakers give and get directions in English. In this lesson, get the real language that textbooks don’t tell you about so you can easily understand and give directions.
Not sure what to say when someone says, “You look amazing” or “You did an awesome job.” The truth is, we have right and wrong ways to respond to a compliment in English. Find out exactly what they are.
Stop feeling stuck and get the modern travel English you need for international flights, dealing with wifi and digital needs, staying in touch while traveling, and considering where to stay or eat.