You just ordered a new computer and you’re SO excited! But when it arrives, it’s broken. Now you need to complain. How do you want someone to respond to you?
Making complaints is a difficult thing to do. Maybe you’re frustrated because a client made a mistake, a company sent you the wrong product, the airline canceled your flight, or you got a terrible haircut at the salon.In each situation, your goal is to solve the problem. You make a complaint because you want a solution. Find out exactly how to do that in English!
Did you know saying “maybe” to an invitation could be rude? It might sound like you don’t want to go. Get more polite ways to say yes, no, & maybe in English.
Do you get worried about how to answer the telephone when an English speaker calls you? Nervous about your pronunciation or whether you’re using the right words? In today’s lesson we focus on using the telephone in your everyday English life.
Let’s be honest, we all have terrible days. Something happens that is out of our control and we feel frustrated. Your boss just told you that you have to work this weekend and it’s your birthday. What do we want to do in these situations? Complain!
A bit of adventure, a flat tire, and a whole lot of beauty. Add some new language to your daily English with this lesson and then share your best travel story!
Do you get confused using MODALS in English? Modals are those words such as could, would, should, might, may… but what do they mean? When should you use them? Today we’re going to focus specifically on 5 real-life situations where you can use COULD to communicate with confidence in English.
Did you know it’s common in daily conversation & in job interviews to hear this question: “So, how would you describe yourself?” — How would you answer the question? Use this lesson to learn real-life English vocabulary for describing personalities in English.
Do you feel totally confused listening to native English speakers? Learn how to use real, natural, spontaneous speech to help you understand conversational English in this lesson from my special guest – Cara at Leo Listening.