I’ll be honest with you — I hate gossip. There’s nothing positive about it. You might feel the same way, like many others in the Confident English Community. So, when you hear gossip in English, what should you do? How can you respond or stop it?
Do you want to be interesting in English conversations? The good news is, it’s easier than you think & the secret to it might surprise you. I’ll show you how in 6 easy steps.
Wanna invite someone to do something in English but now sure how? Like ask a colleague out to lunch? Or a neighbor for coffee? Here’s how to invite someone in English.
Nervous or shy when you express ideas in English? Learn the real phrases and expressions native speakers use in English to introduce their ideas.
If you have to give bad news in English, do you avoid it? Most of us do. It feels awful and uncomfortable. But here’s how to give bad news in a caring way.
Have you ever felt shocked when a colleague or friend says something like, “Wow, you look terrible!” or “That’s not a great haircut on you.” Here’s what to say when someone is rude in English.
Did you know that being assertive can help you manage stress and negative emotions, deal with uncomfortable situations, and express yourself more effectively? Plus you’ll sound more confident. Get 5 strategies to help you be assertive in English.
Small talk in English might seem unnecessary but the truth is we use it for a reason. Get my favorite questions & tips for successful small talk in English.
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.
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!