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English communication: Speak English fluently and accurately

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19 Lessons (1h 7m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:08
    • 2. 1 introduce yourself to others

      6:02
    • 3. 1 Check yourself and practice pronunciation

      2:03
    • 4. Introduction Listening

      2:24
    • 5. 2 how to show interest in English

      6:26
    • 6. 2 Check yourself and practice pronunciation

      2:28
    • 7. How to show interest Listening

      2:41
    • 8. 3 end the conversation politely

      5:31
    • 9. 3 Check yourself and practice pronunciation

      2:42
    • 10. End the conversation politely Listening

      2:30
    • 11. 4 telephone calls

      4:47
    • 12. 4 Check yourself and practice pronunciation

      2:04
    • 13. Telephone calls Listening

      2:44
    • 14. 5 asking for information

      6:56
    • 15. 5 Check yourself and practice pronunciation

      2:24
    • 16. Asking for information Listening

      2:44
    • 17. 6 i don't know

      5:36
    • 18. 6 Check yourself and practice pronunciation

      2:39
    • 19. I don't know Listening

      2:32
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Are you tired of  learning English with old methods ?  

  We will teach you a completely new way to speak English successfully, without embarrassment!

You can speak English easily, and powerfully for business, travel, or fun. 

Are you tired of using a repetitive language ? 

Would you like to understand the formal and Informal Language ? 

So if your answer is Yes , This course is Definitely For You … 

Many students have trouble Using English in formal and Informal situations .. 

But in this course I would help you understand these differences and explain How to use them . ..

We have added an activity called “ Check yourself and practice pronunciation “  

Which will help those students who want to Improve their accent and Pronunciation .. 

And then You will be asked you to answer questions to help you see if you have learned the lesson .. 

This is a good chance You will review the phrases and Remember them longer …

Remember , Repeating the sentences and phrases is the best way to Improve your Accent ..

The Method of Teaching you and helping you use and remember these phrase is . 

Understand where and how to use them  and then

Use them in real life situations

And finally review and check yourself 

You can also join this class for your speaking dear 

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Mister Rabiey

✪ Cambridge Certified Tutor

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✪ Master's Degree in English Literature UK
✪ Englishvid Founder & CEO.
✪ TESOL and CELTA Holder, IELTS 9 Holder
✪ Cambridge Certified Tutor

I believe that teaching is an art, like an artist, you need to be creative to be a good teacher.I always look for different things to do to help students get the information in the easiest way possible including animation programs, activities
I have more than 10 years of experience Teaching different Classes such as IELTS , TOEFL , CPE I have always tried to focus on the skills of speaking and helping learners change their brain to speak automatically, without needing to think.

My courses and classes will help you:See full profile

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1. Introduction: How do you introduce yourself in English and a very polite way, guys. And how do you informally ask a person to wait on the phone? Maybe Native and American English speakers say, Hang on a sick. Yes, Hang on a sick. Hang on a second. Hang on a sec. When you are asking good group of people for information in English, what phrases you may use? What's the difference between? I have no idea and I don't know. Guys, there are some common English phrases used by Native American and English speakers. And if you understand these phrases, you can definitely communicate easier and better. Why some English students still have problems speaking English. Hmm, Have you thought of that? What is the reason I'm here to help you improve your English conversation skills. So guys, Are you ready to learn many common English phrases? And do you want to speak English fluently with no mistakes? In this class, we will help you to learn ten common phrases in every lesson, you will learn how to introduce yourself. We will teach you some phrases and you will learn how to end a conversation and politely common English phrases about telephone calls. We will help you learn how to show interests in English, how to ask for a formation both formally and informally. And we will teach you 12 different ways to say, I don't know in English, for every lesson there is a part called practice and check your pronunciation. So guys, in this part you can improve your pronunciation and you can check your understanding. There is also a conversation in every lesson so you can understand how these phrases are used air rail situations. So my dear friends master your English speaking skill. Have a great time. 2. 1 introduce yourself to others : Hello. And this? Listen, we will learn 10 phrases to introduce yourselves and to introduce others. Let's understand. And let's get to the main point. The 1st 1 A's just wanted to introduce myself. I am, for example, Alex just wanted to introduce myself. I am Alex. It's a little informal and friendly. Number two. I don't think we've met before. My name is Alex. I don't think we've met before. My name is Alex. We use this sentence and expression when we think that we have not met that person before. Number three is We can use this. This is Alex. Actually. We use this when we especially speak on the phone. Hello? This is Alex. Okay. And this is very formal and polite. Next one, actually. Ah, when you want to introduce your friends to other people, you can use this phrase I'd like you to meet. For example, my friend Alex, I'd like you to meet my friend Alex. Or we can say when you want to introduce your friend to others, you can say, Have you met Alex? Have you met Alex? This is my friend, X one A's. I'd like to introduce you to Alex This is also used to introduce your friends to other people. I'd like to introduce you to Alex on number seven. A is nice to meet you on some American people. See? Like nice to meet you. Nice to meet you. This is an expression said just after being introduced to someone. So when you meet somebody for the first time, you can tell him Nice to meet you. Or you can say it's a pleasure to meet you. We use this phrase for the first time when we meet people. It's a pleasure to meet you, but it's a pleasure to meet you. It's more friendly than nice to meet you. Nice to me, to use more polite. Yeah. Symbol. So number seven or eight. We use them just when we meet somebody for the first time number nineties. Likewise. Likewise is a formal way of saying me too. For example. Nice to meet you. Likewise. Or me too. And then the last one a same here or me too, you understand? This means that, uh, when you tell somebody nice to meet you, the other person can say me too. Or same here. Okay. We understood 10 ways to actually introduce yourself with other people. Let's repeat them very fast. Just wanted to introduce myself. I'm Alex. I don't think we've met before. My name is Alex. This is Alex. I'd like to meet you. I'd like you to meet Alex. Have you met Alex? I'd like to introduce you to Alex. Nice to meet you. It's a pleasure to meet you. Likewise. A formal way of saying me too. Actually, Same here or me too. Okay, let's understand these examples and these phrases in actually really situations. Let me give you some examples here. Actually, the mounts is Hello. I don't think we have met before. My name is Jack. And the woman says It's my pleasure to meet you. My name is Robin. It's my pleasure to me to or it's nice to meet you. Or sometimes we can say I'm glad or I'm happy to meet you. Next one. There is a conversation here the boy introduces. Is girlfriend Teoh his parents. So the boy says, Mom and Dad, I'd like you to meet my friend Sarah. She's might classmate, and she's from Canada. Dances. Oh, great. Nice to meet you. Saara on. Sarah says Likewise, cheese. Which means me too. It's It's my pleasure to me. To you. It's nice to meet you. It's happy. I'm happy to meet you. Okay. Um, there's another actually example here. The old man says to the young man, Hello. You are a new young man in this company. I just wanted to introduce myself. I'm John the manager, and the Young Mount says Nice to meet you. It's great to be here. My name is Ted. Okay. We learned many ways to introduce yourself to introduce others. Practice this with your friends and try to understand it. If you have any questions, please let me know. Thank you. 3. 1 Check yourself and practice pronunciation: Let's repeat the phrases. I just wanted to introduce myself. I don't think we've met before. This is I'd like you to meet, Have you Mets? I'd like to introduce you to. Nice to meet you. It's a pleasure to meet you. Likewise. Same here. Me too. Ok, now it's time to test yourself. You meet a new employer and then you want to formally introduce yourself. What do you say? I don't think we have met before. My name is Frank. You want to introduce your friend Frank? Toe? Alex. So what do you say, Frank? I'd like to introduce you to Alex. Yeah. Have you met Alex? What's the polite way to say? Nice to meet you. It's a pleasure to meet you. 4. Introduction Listening : In this lesson, we learned ten phrases for introduction. Now it's time to check your listening. So guys listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what two here. Play again as C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. I'd like you to meet my friend Jack. He's been a friend of mine. We've been together for ages. I'd like you to meet my friend Jack. He's been a friend of mine. We've been together for ages. It's nice to meet you. I guess we haven't met before. Same as here. Yeah, but you're facing wings a bowl. It's nice to meet you. I guess we haven't met before. Same as here. Yeah, but you're facing wings, a bowl. Sublists or meet you here. I've heard many great things about your dearer. Likewise, it's nice to meet you, man. It's a blizzard for me to hear. I've heard many great things about today are likewise, it's nice to meet you man. Let me introduce myself. I'm Ted Jackson. It's my pleasure working with you, Sarah. That pleasure is all mine. Let me introduce myself. I'm Ted Jackson. It's my pleasure working with he was our pleasure is all mine. It look very familiar. I don't think we've met before. My name is Sarah. Nice to meet you, dear. I've heard you are the manager. Will look very familiar. I don't think we've met before. My name is Sarah. Nice to meet you, dear. I ever do or the manager? You made it Jack. He's one of the best in the field of industry. It's a pleasure to meet you. Have you made it Jack? He's one of the bits in the field of industry. It's a pleasure to meet you. 5. 2 how to show interest in English : Hello guys. On this lesson, we will learn, actually 10 ways to show interests to show interests. This is very important to show interests when other people are speaking. Actually ah, it It is very important to show that you are interested in what your partner was saying. So used these expressions to show you are interested. I remember when you are very interested or surprised, our voice is higher and louder. So do not forget this. So let's understand the expressions we use to show interest. The 1st 1 which is very common, especially in America, is really And we say it like this. Really? Really Yes, for example, my pro brother. My brother told me that he became a doctor and I said, Really, I'm very interested. Number two is that's interesting. Or we can say that terrible, which means very bad. That's interesting. My friend is reading a very nice book. That's interesting. Number three is Uh huh Ah, it's a very simple phrase we use when we are listening to others. And when? When? When we want to tell them that we are listening to them. Uh huh. Actually, this phrase is also said to express agreement to what has been set or actually or to medias . For example, did you hear what I said? Uh, which means yes, or when we agree. Next one is right. Right. When we agree with other people on, we want to show them that we are listening to them. We can say it. Right? Right. Gotcha. Gotcha. This is an American phrase, which means I understand to you. Gotcha. This is a way to show interest in America. Language number six is shore. We can say Sure, sure. I'm listening to you or I see. Oh, I see. Means. Oh, I understand. I understand. I see. On eight, when we understand something that is surprising, you can say, Wow, that's amazing. That's wonderful. That's great. That's marvelous. That's fantastic. Okay. For example, my friend tells me that he bought a car. Okay, so I say, Oh, that's amazing. That's wonderful. Next one is You're joking. You're joking. You're joking. No way. When do we use these expressions? You're joking. No way. Actually, this is said when you'd actually, when we do not believe what other actually other people are saying or it's hard for us to believe them. You're joking? Yes, for example, my friend has no passport and he traveled to Canada. Aunt, he calls me and tells me that I'm in Canada. Andi, I tell him you're joking. No way. That's impossible. Okay, guys, we understood 10 ways to actually showing tourists. Really? That's interesting. Uh huh. Right. Gotcha. Sure. Oh, I see. Wow, that's amazing. You're joking. No way. Okay, let's let's use these phrases in examples. There's a conversation between two friends here. Soros is. My father said that he would buy me a car if I passed this exam. And Robin says a car. No way. Are you joking? Because, Robin, she doesn't believe her. Or it's impossible to believe that that her father is going to buy her car. Okay, next one, There's a conversation between husband Andi wife. The husband says, I want to take you to tow an amazing restaurant tonight, and the wife is happy and she says, Wow, that's amazing. That's great. That's wonderful. Good for you. There's a conversation here between the father and the son, the son says, looked at. I can tie very fast and I can paint in this laptop. My father says, Ho, I see, That's perfect. Oh, I see. I understand this is a great way to show that you're interested. The next one. There is a conversation between daughter and father. The daughter says I have a new actually in my class. Actually, she wants to says I have a new friend in my class. She's really kind and energetic. I like to play with her and the father says, Oh, really? That's amazing. Really. The most common way to show interests in Actually, America or England, they say, Really? That's amazing. Okay, we understood lots of ways to show interest. So, guys, it's time for you to practice with your friends, Try to understand them or thank you. 6. 2 Check yourself and practice pronunciation: Now it's time to repeat the phrases on the words. Ready. Let's start. Really? That's interesting. Uh huh. Right. Gotcha. Sure. Oh, I see. Wow, that's amazing. Your joking. No way. Good job. Let's move to the next part. Your best friend says that he's reading a story about the history of country. And then you want to show interest. What do you say? Oh, that seems for staying. That's amazing. That's nice. Your classmate explains and talks about his problems with his family. And then you want to show that you are listening to him. So what do you say? Oh, I see, Right? Your brother says that he has bought a BMW car, but you don't believe him because he's poor. So what do you say? Are you joking? No way. 7. How to show interest Listening : In this lesson, we'll learn ten ways to express interest in conversations, right? So guys, it's time to check and improve your listening. So guys listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again as C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. I just received a call from my boss. He said I'm getting a promotion. Oh, really, That's a great man. I just received a call from my boss. He said I'm getting a promotion. Oh, really, That's a great man. You can travel to the moon in the near future. They are building no space machine for tourists. Wow, that's amazing man. You can travel to the moon in the near future. They are building a new space machine for tourists. Wow, that's amazing, man. When someone tells them something interesting, he says No way. As if he's a teen. When someone tells them something interesting, he says No way. As if he's a teen. Again, oil in my car. I see. Again oil in my car. I see, Hey, Mary, I was leaving. She is not blank to stay here anymore. You're joking. I thought she would be here for more two weeks. Hey, Mary, I was leaving. She is not blank to stay here anymore. You're joking. I thought she would be here for more two weeks. I'll go back a little late because I have to stop at the store. I'll go back a little late because I have to stop at the store. So be sure to get here by three. Gotcha. So be sure to get here by three. Gotcha. 8. 3 end the conversation politely : Hello And this? Listen, we will teach you. Delete 10 ways to end a conversation, but very politely. Sometimes we want to finish a conversation, but in a very polite way, so other won't gets upset. So what should we do? Let's starts how to end the conversation very politely. The 1st 1 is it was nice chatting with you. It was nice chatting with you when you're speaking with somebody and then you want to go Number two. Well, it's getting late. Yes, When you want to tell other people that your late you can say Well, it's getting late I should go Number three. When you're speaking in the middle of your conversation, you can stop and you can see Anyway, I should get going and away. I should get going Number for a Sorry, but I'm afraid I need to, For example go. Sorry, but I'm afraid I need to go to my class. I need to. I don't take a taxi and go home. I need to do my home or account. It's very polite, very formal, so you can use it in a formal situation. Number five is sorry to cut you off, but I actually gotta go. I gotta run. Sorry to cut you off, but I actually got a run. So here, cut somebody off means to interrupt somebody to stop somebody to stop somebody. And when they are speaking very polite way to stop somebody when they are in the middle of speaking. Number six Well, I'd love to keep chatting, but I have to head out. Which means go out. Sorry. It's perfect. Well, I'd life to keep chatting with you, but I have to head out number seven anyway, I should get back to work. Yes, in a way I should get back to work. But this is very friendly and sometimes a little informal. Next one is okay. I'll talk to you later. I'll talk to you later. Which means we will speak later. Next one. Can I call you back? Can I call you back? Actually, we used this When somebody calls you and you want to end the conversation on the phone Can I call you back? The last month is Well, I better be going. I'd better be going. This is 10 polite ways to actually se that you want to go. Anyone to finish the conversation list, ripping them very fast. It was nice chatting with you. Well, it's getting late in a way I should get going. Sorry, but I am afraid. I need to. Sorry to cut you off, but I actually got a run. Well, I'd love to keep chatting, but I have to head out. In a way I should get back to work. Okay, I'll talk to you later. Can I call you back? Well, I'd better be going. Okay, Now let's use thes phrases in some examples. There's a conversation here on the phone. Tits says today we had a lot of fun. Thanks for coming, dear. And Marshall says, Yeah, sure. Anyway, I should get back to my homeworks CIA soon, So he's trying to end the conversation. I should get back to my home works, but don't forget to use anyway at the beginning. Next, there is a conversation here between sorrow and Tet, Sarah says, Do you want to go to a restaurant one day We can have a lot of fun. And then Ted says, Yep, of course. Well, I'd like to keep chatting, but I must come back home. Talk to you later so He's trying to end the conversation and go home. Here. Here there is a conversation between Sera and Tet. Sarah says this is a great place. We should always come here and enjoy it. Actually, this is not tip that This is a woman. Sorry to cut you off, but I actually got a run. I must be at work on time today. I have a meeting with my bus. So sorry to cut you off me. Sorry to stop you and hear Alex and sorrow. Alex says I'm going to gym on the weekend. Would you like to come with me? And Soros is sure. Sorry, but I'm afraid I need to go now. I must meet my teacher on time. CIA. A very polite way to end the conversation. I'm afraid I need to go now. So we learned many ways to end the conversations in a very polite way. Don't forget to use them when you want to finish the conversation so others don't become upset. Thank you. 9. 3 Check yourself and practice pronunciation: So let's repeat. This sentence is on phrases. It was nice chatting with you. Well, it's getting late. Anyway. I should get going. Sorry, but I'm afraid I need to go. Sorry to cut you off, but I actually got a run. Well, I'd love to keep chatting, but I have to head out anyway. I should get back to work. I'll talk to you later. Okay. I'll talk to you later. Can I call you back? Well, I'd better be going. You're having a conversation with your friend and then you feel that you must go. How do you end the conversation? Sorry, but I'm afraid I need to go. It was nice chatting with you anyway. I should get going. You want to stop someone very politely when they are speaking and end the conversation. What do you say? Sorry to cut you off, but I actually gotta run. You're talking on the phone with your classmate and then he want to politely and the conversation. What do you say? Can I call you later? Can I call you later? 10. End the conversation politely Listening : We learned ten ways to end the conversation very politely, right? So let's practice listening and let me check your listening. So guys, listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again as C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. Well, we'd better be going. It was lovely to see you as always. See you guys very soon. Well, we'd better be going. Was lovely to see you as always. See you guys very soon. You know, things are getting better or worse here. You know, Jack kinda call it back. I've got something else had to do here. You know, things are getting better or worse here. You know, Jack kinda call it back. I've got something else had to do here. In Oman. It's hard to make ends meet these days. Yes. Anyway, I should get back to work. We'll talk about it later. It's hard to make ends meet these days. Yes. Anyway, I should get back to work. We'll talk about it later. Let's talk about what happened less than at the party. Well, I love to give chatting, but I have to finish my project man. Let's talk about what happened less than at the party. Well, I love to give chatting, but I have to finish my project, man. As I was saying, financing appropriate house in the city is hard and sorry to cut you off, but I actually got to run. We'll talk later. As I was saying, finding appropriate house in the city is hard and sorry to cut you off, but I actually got to run. We'll talk later. It was nice chatting with you dear. I have an important exam tomorrow and I need to start hitting the book. See you later. It was nice chatting with you dear. I have an important exam tomorrow and I need to start hitting the book. See you later. 11. 4 telephone calls : here. We will teach you 10 phrases for telephone calls. Many students have problems speaking on the phone, and they don't know how to actually communicate on phones. Here. We will learn great ways to speak on the phone. The 1st 1 is Hi, this is Jane. When you want to introduce yourself on the phones, don't say I am Jane, This is not correct. Say hi. This is Jane number two. This is formal way. When you want to speak to somebody, you can say, May I speak with John Smith? May I speak with John Smith? And this is an informal way. What do you want to speak to somebody on the phone? Is John there? Is John there? Number four is I'm calling about when you want to. Actually till the person. Why did you call? Why you called? You can't say this. I'm calling about homework. Hello? I'm calling about, for example, your for example. Mothers. Accidents, number five days. I'm returning your call. Many students do not understand the meaning of this. I'm giving you a call back, which is more informal or home returning your call. They are quite common in the US. It is, of course, obvious that you're calling them. But you're saying that you missed a call on and you're calling back for that reason. So that's why we say I'm returning your call. So you missed the call. And that's why you are calling them back. Number six is formal. One moment, please. When you want to tell the other person on the phone toe weight, it can tell them one moment, please. On the informal way to ask somebody toe weight, ease. Hang on a second or hang on. A sick sometimes. Burke fast. Hang on. A sick. But this is informal. Number eight is He's not here. Would you like to leave a message? When somebody's asking you about somebody on the phone and he's not here? You can tell him. Would you like to leave a message? Do you like to send a message? Could you ask him to call me back if you call? Actually somebody. But he's not at home. And, for example, his mother answers. You can tell his mother. Could you ask him to call me back? A number 10? Thanks for calling when you want to thank somebody for calling you. Okay? We learned 10 ways to 10 phrases to speak on the phone. Hi, this is Jane. May I speak with John Smith is jump there. I'm calling about I'm returning your call. One moment, please. Hang on. A sick is not here. Would you like to leave a message? Could you ask him to call me back? Aunt? Things were calling. So, guys, let's use these phrases in some examples here. There's a conversation between I think, Sarah and John's mother. Hello. This is sorrow. Sorry. Is introducing herself on the phone? I'm calling from post office. May I speak with John Smith? And John's mother says he's not here. Would you like to leave a message? Soros is No thanks. Could you ask him to call me back? Thanks X. There is a conversation here between I guess Mary and John. Hello, John, This is Mary. I'm calling about your employment. Please write down our email address for any contact. John says one moment, please. Which means Wait. What? Very polite. Let me get a pen round. Thanks for calling. Thank you. That he called me Sorrow and John's father. Hello. Is John there on Jones? Father says hang on a sec? No, I guess his out. The sources. Could you ask him to call me back? Thanks. So sorry. Is asking John's father to tell John to call hair. So we learned many ways to speak on the phone, practice them, understand them, and I suggest you to come back to my listens. Andi, understand them. Very well, Thank you. 12. 4 Check yourself and practice pronunciation: list. Repeat the phrases. Hi, this is Jane. May I speak with John? Smith is gender. I'm calling about I'm returning your call. One moment, please. Hang on. A sick. He's not here. Would you like to leave a message? Could you ask him to call me back? Thanks for calling. Good job. Let's go to the next part. You call your friend and then his mother picks up the phone. So you want to formally say that you want to speak with John? What do you say? May I speak with John? You missed the call, and then you want to say that you're calling back for that reason? So what do you say? I'm returning your call. You're speaking on the phone, and then you want to ask the person toe weight in a very informal way. So what do you say? Hang on a sec. Which means hang on a second 13. Telephone calls Listening : We learned ten phrases for telephone calls, right? So guys, let's practice listening. So guys listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again as C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. Thanks for keeping me aware of the new projects. Thanks for calling Morrow. Thanks for keeping me aware of that. No projects, but thanks for calling world. He's not here right now, but I guess a little bit backwards soon. Okay. Could you ask him to call me back? He's not here right now, but I guess we'll be back very soon. Okay. Could you ask him to call me back? Jack is not here. Would you like to leave a message now? That's okay. I'll call back later. Probably. Jag is not here. Would you like to leave a message now? That's okay. I'll call back later probably. I'm Rosario called I guess he called me earlier but I wasn't available. I'm returning your call. I guess who called me earlier but I wasn't available. Hi. This is Mr. Jackson. Man, I speak with Marshall. I need to keep him aware of an important issue. Hi. This is Mr. Jackson. May I speak with Marshall? I need to keep him aware of an important issue. Hi, there. I'm calling about the car you just said you wanted to sell earlier. So is it is still available for selling? Hi, there. I'm calling about the car you just said you wanted to sell earlier. So is it is still available for selling? Hey, Bernie Mayer, talk to Dr. Jackson. Is the available well, not sure. Hang on a sec. Limbic. Hey, Bernie Mayer, talk to Dr. Jackson. Is the available well, not sure. Hang on a sec. Let me check. 14. 5 asking for information : and this. Listen, I'm going to teach you 10 great phrases for asking for information. Actually, asking for information can be as simple as asking for time or as hard as asking for details about a company. So it's important to know how to use appropriate phrases. So we use informal phrases when we are asking from a friend, and actually we use formal phrases when asking a colleague. But let's understand, How can we ask these phrases? Let's start. So here, the first crazies. Can you tell me this is a very friendly way to ask someone for information? Can you tell me, for example, can you tell me when the train arrives? Do not forget that. Can you tell me? Comes with wh question subject and verb. Can you tell me when that's rain arrives? Number two E's. Could you tell me wh questions subject for and this is very formal? Could you tell me? Sometimes we say it like, could you tell me, for example, part of me? Could you tell me how much the ball costs? Number three is with your mind Here. The verb comes with I n G. For example, on this is formal Would you mind telling me a little bit more about benefits at this company? Do not forget the verb comes with change after this phrase. Or would you mind helping me with my homework? Number four is I wonder if you could tell me. Explain providing formation. Actually, we use these rays or these form when asking complicated questions That's require a lot off information. For example, I wonder if you could provide information on your teaching methods. I wonder if you could tell me. Explain number five years. Do you have any idea? Do you have any idea used when we ask someone to give us solutions for problems? For example, do you have any idea on how I can delete my pictures? So I'm asking for information and solutions. Number six is. Could anyone tell me We just Could anyone tell me we used this phrase when asking Group off people, for example, I'm in my I'm in the class. Andi, I'm asking a group of students. Could anyone tell me where the teacher is? Number Seventies. Would you happen to know this question is very polite? Would you happen to know, for example, would you happen to know what month off the year it is. So we are trying to ask information politely. Here, number eight. I don't suppose you would know or I don't suppose you know, this is used as a polite wave off making requests or asking a question when you are not sure that you will get a positive answer. For example, I don't suppose you know hair phone number, do you? I don't suppose you know, I was wondering this is used to ask someone politely to help you or give you information. For example, I was wondering if I could borrow your car on The last one is I'm calling to find out. We use this phrase on the telephone, for example. I'm calling to find out if you can help me with my homework's. And we learned 10 great ways to ask for information tracked. Is these phrases with your friends toe understand them? Or let's repeat them. Can you tell me, could you tell me, would you mind? I wonder if you could Do you have any idea? Could anyone tell me? Would you happen to know? I don't suppose you know, I was wondering. I'm calling to find out. OK, now it's time to use thes phrases and sentences in real examples and situation. Here there is a conversation between the teacher and students, so the students are asking the teacher some questions on asking for information. Could you tell me about this math problem again? I didn't get it. So could you tell me is a polite way to ask for information? Other student asks. I was wondering if it would be possible for you to explain again for me. I was wondering if it would be possible for you to explain again for me here There is a conversation between the girl and the boy. The girl is asking for some informations. Would you mind telling me how many exams we would have in this sinister? So do not forget after with your mind. Never comes always with I n g. She asks and other question. I don't suppose you know how many exams we would have in this sinister, do you? So she's not expecting a positive answer. And here this boy is a speaking on the phone. Hey, John, what's up? I'm calling to find out if you would like to come tomorrow for party. I would be happy to see you. I would be happy to see you. Okay. We learned many great ways to ask for information. Practice these phrases with your friends. And if you didn't understand some parts come back hand played again So you can understand more and more. Good luck. 15. 5 Check yourself and practice pronunciation: Let's repeat the phrases. Can you tell me? Could you tell me, would you mind? I wonder if you could tell me. Do you have any idea? Could anyone tell me? Would you happen to know? I don't suppose you would know. I was wondering I'm calling to find out. OK, guys. Now let's practice. And it's time to test yourself. You're in the class, and then you want to formally ask your teacher to explain the math problem for you. So what do you say? Could you please explain the mouth problem again? Would you mind explaining the math problem again? I'm asking group off students to help me with my homework. So how should I say it? Could anyone help me with my homework? Could anyone help me with my homework? And here, when you are not sure you will get a positive answer. How do you ask your question? How do you speak about tomorrow's homework? I don't suppose you would know about tomorrow's homework. Do you 16. Asking for information Listening : We learned ten phrases for asking a formation, right? So let's practice listening. Are you ready? Let's do it. So guys listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again as C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. 17. 6 i don't know : Hello, guys. I want to teach you something very interesting and very useful here. Actually, I want to teach you 10 ways to say, I don't know when you don't understand something. What do you say? You say I don't snow, but it's very repetitive. Let's understand some other nice ways to say I don't snow. Are you ready? Let's starts. The 1st 1 is I have no clue or I have no idea which is very common. It means to be completely unable to guess, understand or deal with something. For example, who invented algebra? I don't have a clue or I have no idea number to ease. I can't help you there. Which means I have no answers or I have no information to help you. For example, do you know how to fix this computer? No, I can't help you there. Number three beats me. It's very informal. This is said when you don't understand a situation or someone's behavior, for example, it beats me how she got the job. Very informal to say. I don't understand something. Beats me Number four. I'm not really sure this is very clear when you are not very sure. When you have no information, you can say this. I'm not really sure. Number five days. I've been wondering that, too. I've been wondering that, too means that you don't know and you are trying to understand the same thing to I've been wondering that, too. Number six is. How should I know? Don't ask me. Search me. This is informal and we ask it when we are a little actually angry, which means I cannot be expected to know. For example, where is Mickey? How should I know? He's hardly ever in the office these days. Number seven days. Your guess is as good as mine. Your gas is as good as mine, which means I have no way of knowing exactly what happened or what will happen. For example, do you think she'd go out with me if I asked her? Your guess is as good as mine. Next. One A's Who knows? Or it's anyone's guests. Something is anyone's guests. Also, something is anybody's guess. It is not possible for anyone to really know something. So when we want to say that it is not possible for anyone to really know something, we say, who knows? It's anyone's guess ons number nine A's don't know ways, Which means I don't know, But sometimes we say it like 80 people very fast. Don't know, don't know a number 10 days. I don't have that information here right now. Which means that right now I cannot remember off any information. Maybe later you can ask me and I will answer you. So we learned 10 ways to say I don't know. I repeat them very fast. I have no idea Clue. I can't help you there. Beats me. I'm not really sure. I've been wondering that too. How should I know? Don't ask me. Search me. Your guess is as good as mine. Who knows? It's anyone's guess. Don't know. On the last one is I don't have that information here right now. Let's use these phrases in some examples. There is a conversation between Bowie and Mother. The voices. Hey, Mom, where are my English books? I can't find them. I haven't exam tomorrow and the mother says How should I know? I have no clue. I don't have that information here right now. She answers in three ways. Here there is a doctor and this conversations between the patient and the doctor. The patient says, Hello, Dr. My dog is sick and it's not eating anything. Can you please help me? The doctor says I can't help you there. I'm not an animal doctor. I'm not really sure. And here there is. Ah, actually, conversation between a friend on Alex. So a friend asks Alex. Hello, Alex. Do you know how to delete all off the pictures in my iPhone on? Alex says? Nope. Don't know your guess is as good as mine. Your guess is as good as mine. And here there is a marries friend and Mary so marries friends says, Hey, Mary, do you know why my boss is asking me to leave this job and find another one? And Maris's not really. I've been wondering that, too, Which means on trying to understand that, too. And I don't know 18. 6 Check yourself and practice pronunciation: Are you ready? Let's repeat the phrases. I have no idea. I can't help you there. Beats me. I'm not really sure of being wandering that too. How should I know? Don't ask me. Search me. Your guess is as good as mine. Who knows? It's anyone's guess. Don't know. I don't have that information here right now. Okay. Good job. Let's move to the next part. Your dad asks you if you know anything about the invention off electricity, then you would have knowing formation. So what do you say? I have no clue. I can't help you there. Your friend asks you, Do you know where is Mary? Our classmate. Then you would say that you're not expected to know. So what do you say? How should I know? Don't ask me. Your teacher asks you what will happen in the future If you keep cutting trees. Then you want to say that it's not possible for anyone to know. So what do you say? Who knows? It's anyone's guess. 19. I don't know Listening: We learned ten ways to say, I don't know, Right now it's time to practice listening. Let's do it. So guys listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again as C That takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. Jack, could you tell me how much of this car costs given an appropriate number? Well, I'm not really sure they are. Jack, Could you tell me how much of this car costs given appropriate number? Well, I'm not really sure the ER I was wondering if you know where Mr. Jackson lives. I'd be looking for him. I have no idea and I can't help you there, man. I was wondering if you know where Mr. Jackson lives. I'd be looking for him. I have no idea and I can't help you there, man. How long does it take to get to the moon? Have you thought of that? Now? Who knows? It's anyone's guess. How long does it take to get to the moon? Have you thought of that? Now? Who knows? It's anyone's guess. What does Eric look like from outer space? How should I know am I've never been there? What does it look like from outer space? How should I know am I've never been there? Jack? Well, it's a capital of Canada. Don't know. I was wondering that too. Jack. Well, it's a capital of Canada. Don't know. I was wondering that too. If I blink rashes on the border between United States and Canada, where do they bear the survivor's your guess is as good as mine. If I blink rashes on the border between United States and Canada, where do they bear this arrive errors. Your guess is as good as mine.