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Top 10 Confident English Lessons
Are you new to Speak Confident English? This collection will introduce you to the top 10 most popular Confident English lessons.
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.read more
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.read more
Surprising ways we use vocabulary & grammar to be polite or to be kind in English. Learn how you can use these strategies with your friends & colleagues.read more
Get 6 essential tips to lead a business meeting in English successfully and without stress! You’ll be better prepared and sound confident when you speak.read more
Traveling abroad, talking to international clients, or meeting an English speaker? Find out how to have a confident conversation with anyone in English with these 10 questions!read more
You can finally stop feeling awkward or nervous when you end a conversation in English! Use these 17 ways to say goodbye in English & end a conversation in any situation including business, informal, and casual situations.read more
We all love to give good news to others and we often want to show that we are happy for our friends or family when they share good news. In this lesson, you’ll get all the expressions you need to do this in English plus a useful pronunciation tactic to use!read more
At work or university, with colleagues and friends, in a business meeting or a discussion with your professor, sometimes it is necessary to disagree or say no. Get three simple strategies to help you disagree and express your opinion for those prickly situations at work. (Prickly = irritable, frustrating, disagreeable)read more
It is always appropriate – in business & in life – to give bad news in a caring way. Be prepared the next time you have to give bad news in English with these useful expressions and advice.read more
The first step in starting a conversation is your greeting. Learn exactly which greetings to use and when for any situation in English. Plus I have a bonus for you! A free worksheet to learn how to respond to any greeting in English.read more
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