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English speaking lesson: Improve your daily English conversational and communicational skill

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19 Lessons (1h 6m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:00
    • 2. greeting

      7:46
    • 3. Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself

      4:09
    • 4. Greeting Listening

      2:16
    • 5. answer to greeting

      7:51
    • 6. Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself

      2:06
    • 7. Answer to greetings Listening

      2:22
    • 8. say thank you

      3:47
    • 9. Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself

      2:22
    • 10. Say thank You Listening

      2:03
    • 11. respond to thank you

      5:21
    • 12. Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself

      2:20
    • 13. Responding to thank you Listening

      2:05
    • 14. apologizing

      5:06
    • 15. Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself

      2:55
    • 16. Apologizing Listening

      2:07
    • 17. respond to apology

      4:59
    • 18. Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself

      2:43
    • 19. Responding to an apology Listening

      2:05
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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 “ Practice your Pronunciation and Test yourself “  

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

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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.

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1. Introduction: What English phrases usually use in order to make an apology in English, ha, and how do you guys answer to an apology in English? American or British native speakers may say, apology accepted. No worries. Never mind. And guys, why do you save somebody? Think you, you probably say, You're welcome. But Dino, any other English phrases to respond to? Thank you. Phrases like don't mention it or it was the least, I could do. What do these phrases mean? And where do we use them? Are you tired? We zinc or repetitive learning English methods? Do you really want to understand the formal and informal phrases in English? Do you want to improve your communication at work, school or university, business, et cetera? If your answer was yes, this is the right class for you. You will learn ten different English phrases in every lesson. And we will cover topics such as grating. I mean how to greet people, how to answer to greeting. You will learn some useful phrases, how to answer to a Greetings, How to thank people, how to ask her to thanking phrases that can help you to make an apology in English and how to answer to an apology, etc. My dear friends, we will use these phrases in different English conversation so you can understand how these phrases are used in real situations. You can also test and check your understanding at the end of every lesson. So you have the chance to see if you can understand everything. Have fun improving your English speaking the skill. Godlike. 2. greeting : hello And this? Listen, I will teach you 10 ways to say, How is someone you probably know? Hello. How are you? I'm fine. Thanks. However, English speakers don't always say. How are you? I'm fine things. It's boring and repetitive. Understanding the formal and informal phrases is also important. If you don't snow them, maybe you will cause some problems. Actually, in this listen, I will help you learn 10 ways to use other phrases to help you improve social interaction. So, are you ready? Let's start. Phrase number one is How do you do? How do you do? It's a formal greeting for someone that you haven't met before. For example, I'm Jack Smith. How do you do? I'm Angela Black. So remember, this is formal Number two E's. How's it going? How's it going also, how are things going? It's informal way off, saying, How are you? If you want to be more polite, you must say, How are you? So don't say How's it going in a formal and polite situation? Next praises. How are you doing? Sometimes we have to say it faster, like how you doing? How we doing? It's a little more casual and friendly than how are you mostly used in America. So if you go to America and you meet people, you can use the sprays. How are you doing or how you doing? How you doing? Number four is Ah, how are things? How are things? This is informal way for how are you? We also say, How are things with you? Or how are things going or How's everything? How's everything? So this is informal. Number five is lying. Time no see. Also, we can say it's been a while. It's been a while. It's a friendly way said when you meet someone who you haven't seen for a long period of time, especially, we use this phrase when you meet people unexpectedly. Next phrase is how heavy have been. Most of the students don't know the meaning of this. How have you been? This is similar to how are you? But how have you been? Is used when you haven't seen someone for a longer time, like several months or longer. I remember you shouldn't actually answer this with a short toward like okay or good. You should give news about her life and I will teach you how to answer these phrases and the next listen number. Seventies. How are you keeping? How are you keeping gays used in actual England? Mostly, this is this is a British, so it's used to ask if someone feels okay. Good, bad, happy. Well, that's that's wrong. For example, how are you keeping Jill? Oh, pretty well, thanks. Number eight phrases. What's up? What's up means what's happening. Usually people just reply nothing. Most common response. Maybe 99% of people say that or sometimes say, not much in for my way of saying what subsidies sup or was up was up. For example, Sup Alex Number 19 is what's new, What's new. Also, we say, What's going on? What's going on? Spoken specially American English, used as a friendly greeting to mean, How are you? You know we use what's up and what's new. These are some informal ways of asking How are you which are typically used to casually great someone You have mats before? The last phrase is What have you been up to lately? What have you been up to lately? It means I haven't seen you for a long time. So tell me what do you have been doing? This grating is informal, and the best answer is I've bean. Thereby. Angie, for example, we say I've bean working. I've been going to school. I've bean helping my father. Andi. I will teach you how to answer in the next Listen. I will give you more actually phrases. So we learned 10 great ways to say, How is someone? Let's repeat them very fast. How do you do? How's it going? How are you doing? How are things? Long time no see. How have you been? How are you keeping? What's up? What's new? What have you Bean opted lately? Let's use these phrases in some real situations. Here there is a conversation between two friends who haven't seen each other for a long time. And this is an informal conversation. Soros is. Hey, Robin, how have you been? Robin says, Hey, Soraya, I've been OK. How's it going? Sara? How's it going? Which is an informal way to say, How are you here? There's another conversation between a doctor and Mr Jackson, and this is formal. So the doctor says, Good morning, Mr Jackson. How do you do? And Mr Jackson says Good morning. Very well, thank you. It's a pleasure to meet you. Do you remember? We use How do you do for the first time when we meet people and this is formal. And here there's a conversation between Jack and Dan. Informal conversation. Hi, Dan. How are things with you and dances? Hey, Jack. Lying time no see what's new? What's new? Which means how are you? But this is gonna from all and mostly used in America. What's new? Informal conversation between Alex and Mrs Johnson. Hello, Mrs Johnson. How are you today? Hello, Alex. Very well, Thank you. How's life? So, guys, remember, there's a difference between hello? Hi. And hey, we use hello just for formal situation. And we use high in a friendly and casual way where we meet our friends and we use hey for the people who you have already met before. Andan the next Listen, I will teach you 10 great ways to say how you are. Most of the students say I'm fine, but it's boring. Let's change it 3. Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself : here. I will help you speak English like Native. So remember that the best way to improve your pronunciation is repetition. Repetition makes your body understands pronunciation and intonation. So please repeat the phrases exactly after me. How do you do? How's it going? How are you doing? How are things? Long time no see. How have you been? How are you keeping? What's up? What's new? What have you been up to lately? Good job. Now let's move to the next part and test yourself in this part. You can test yourself and see if you have understood the listen. If you didn't, I suggest you to come back and a review. Let's start. Imagine you meet your close friend at school. How do you greet him? This is informal situation. So what do you see? Hey, how's it going? How are things with you? How are you doing? What's new? You haven't seen your friend for four months. You met him on the street suddenly? So how do you agree to him? Hijack Lying time? No see. Long time no see Here. How have you been? How have you been? You are in an office and then you meet one new colleague that you haven't met before and you are in a formal situation. So how do you greet him? Hello. How do you do? How do you do? Your friend is sick and then you will meet him after three days. How do you ask if he is well on? This is mostly used by British people. So we say Hi. How are you keeping? How are you keeping phrases mostly used in America to say How is someone? So what is it? These prices are How are you doing? How are you doing or how you doing? Sometimes we can say what's new. So you have test it yourself. And if you think that you have problem and he didnt understand this listen, I suggest you to come back and review the listen. Then you will understand it more and you will be able to use these phrases in your everyday English life. 4. Greeting Listening : In this lesson, we learned ten ways to ask how someone a's. So it's time to 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. On to Jackson from Canada. How do you do a man onto Jackson from Canada? How do you do? Hey, how's it going, bro? Now, bad dude. I am a senior for ages. How's it going, bro? Bad dude. I am a senior for ages. Are you doing man lying time? No. See, you must be very busy lately. Are you doing man lying time? No, see, you must be very busy lately. Our things the look fresh. About the same as usual. Our things, the look fresh. About the same as usual. A dead lying time, no. See. However, when the defer get your old best friend a dead Long time? No. See how have we been Did you forget your old best friend as her mother keeping is she getting better? As her mother keeping? Is you getting better? A greater the hand with a casual, less up. A grid at hand with a casual was up. 5. answer to greeting: we should understand how to answer to. How are you? So uhm I'm going to teach you 10 ways to say how you are. Okay, on you can say I'm fine, but you can see it's boring to say I'm fine. I'm fine. You should change it. But let's see. The 1st 1 is I'm fine things. How about you that most of the students say it's so This is actually we can use this response. When someone asks us. How are you? We can tell him. Ah, fine, thanks. How about to you? Okay, Next one is pretty good. Pretty good. I love this one. You're pretty good. It's a friendly way to answer to. How are you? Very friendly way. Sometimes it's actually it's used as a reply. T to this question. How we doing or how are you doing? How are you doing? Pretty good. Pretty good. So it's very friendly. Next one is not bad. Not bad or great. Not bad, actually. Means I'm not very good when I'm not very bad. I'm so so okay. I'm not bad on the great means. I feel very well. It's very clear. I feel very well. For example, today. I bought a car. So I'm great. Yes. How are you? Ah, great. I have a new car. Next one is Couldn't be better. Couldn't be better. But do you know what does it mean? Couldn't be better. We can also say things couldn't be better. Things couldn't be better. It's in formal way to say everything is fine. Oh, are um Flying couldn't be better. Okay, so it's in formal way to say I'm fine. Next one is cans complaint. I myself use this one a lot when I speak with my students. Cans complain, so I can't complain. Used as a response. Meaning fairly good or well, two questions such as? How are you or how is business? For example, How have you been? I can't complain. Which means actually, this terror means that nothing serious is wrong. Can't complain. This is a good answer to How are you? Next? One is I've been busy. I've been busy. This is a good answer for the greeting that we learned in the previous parts. Like how have you been? You can say I've been busy number eight, same as always. Which means, uh, there are no changes in my life. My life is repetitive like all way. Same as always. So if there are no changes, you can say same as always. Next one is not so great. Which means I don't feel very well. Yes, Not so great. Maybe Yes. Also we can say not so good. Not so good. Which means you are not OK. And maybe you have a problem number. Tenis could be better. Could be better. Could be better. Actually, it means that I'm not feeling the best I could. Okay. Could be better. Could be better. So here we understand. We understood 10 waves. 10 phrases too. Answer. So how are you or how is someone? I'm going to repeat them for you. You can repeat after me. I'm fine, thanks. How about you? Pretty good. Pretty good. Not bad. Not bad. Great. Great. Couldn't be better. Couldn't be better Cans complain cans complain. I've been busy. I've been BZ same as always. Same as always. Not so great. Not so graze could be better. Okay, now let's use these examples. Let's use thes greetings in different examples. Okay. Here you can see there is a conversation between John and Sarah. Okay, Hey star, how have you been? How have you been? A saurus is same as always. Same as always. Next one Hey Saara, how is it going? How is it going? I saw says fine Couldn't be better. Couldn't be better Which is a formal way to say I'm fine. Hey, Sorrow What's up? Massara says, Well, nothing much or not much, which is a good answer to what's up? Nothing much, Not much. Hey Sorrow, How is your family? That's our asses. Things can't complain Counts complain Here there is a conversation between John and Tet. Hey Tat, I'm surprised to see you. How What have you been up to lately? What have you been up to lately? Which means I haven't seen you for a long time. And what are you doing? Wanted answers. Oh, hey, Hey, John. I have been busy. I've been BZ. This conversation is between Alex and Robin. Alex says Hey, Robin, Lying time No see? How's it going? How is it going? Hey, Alex. Pretty good. I missed you. I missed you on this conversation between Sorrow and Robin. Hey, Robin. Good to see you. How are things? How are things? Robin says Hey, my best friend. Not so great. I failed in my exam, so she didn't actually maybe passed her exam. So we studied and we understood Lots off ways to say How are you and to answer to How are you now, you guys, I suggest you to go on practice and use these greetings with your friends on. Have fun. Thank you. 6. Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself : Okay, guys, Repeat the words on the phrase is after me. I'm fine things. How about you? Pretty good. Not bad. So so great. Couldn't be better. Can't complain. I've been busy. Same as always. Not so great. Could be better. Good job. Let's move to the next part. You meet your classmate and then he says in a friendly way. How are you doing? So what do you answer him? Pretty good. Couldn't be better. Couldn't be better. A friend of you asks you how's business then? You want to say nothing serious is happening or fairly good. So what do you say? Count Complain, Can't complain. You come back from work and you don't feel ok Then your mother asks you How are you today? What do you say? Not so great. Could be better. Could be better 7. Answer to greetings Listening : In this lesson, we'll learn ten ways to say how you are. Now, guys, it's time to 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. I was your brother doing in his no businessman? Well is doing pretty good. How was your brother doing in his new businessman? Well is doing pretty good. How are you going to be better? My job is great and I just bought a new house. How are you going to be better? My job is great and I just bought a new house. Our things go bank. I can't complain. Things are going well these days. Our things go bank. I can't complain. Things are going well these days. I was there no business going tat Is everything okay? Well, same as usual. Nothing has changed. How is your business going, tat Is everything okay? Well, same as usual. Nothing has changed. Our a doing. It's cool, man. I heard you got bad grades. Yep. Not so great. How are you doing? That's cool, man. I heard you got bad grades. Yep. Not so great. How are you? Could be better? Or it has been so busy lately. How are you? Could be better? Or it has been so busy lately? I called a couple of times but you didn't answer. All right. Fine. Yep. Sorry. I've been busy. I called a couple of times but you didn't answer. Are you fine? Yep. Sorry. I've been busy. 8. say thank you : Hello, everybody. I'm back and we have a new listen here and this. Listen, we will help you to learn 10 ways to say thank you. We need to understand other ways to say thank you. This is how you can improve your conversation skills. Let's start. Number one is Thinks thanks is informal way of saying thank you. Which is more polite, so don't use thanks in and formal situations. Actually, X one is Thanks a lot. Or thank you so much. If you want to think somebody that they have done something big for you, you can use these to Thanks a lot. Or thank you so much Things A 1,000,000. Also, if you want to think somebody very much, you can tell him or hair things a 1,000,000. Thank you very much. Next one's things for your help or things were helping me. If somebody helps you, he can use this actually symptoms things for your help or things for helping me next One is I really appreciate it. I really appreciate it. I really appreciate it. Usually it express a thankful feeling. For instance, if you help someone, he or she may reply. Thank you Very much. I really appreciate your help. Next one is I'm really grateful. I'm really grateful. Also, we can say really thankful. It's a way to deeply and warmly thank someone. I'm really grateful. Next one. Is that so? Kind of you. That's so kind of you when saying it is kind of you. Actually you are saying that what's what someone has done or said was very appreciated or welcomed? Here are some examples. For example, It's very kind of you to offer me the job. It's very kind of you to listen to me. Okay? It's very kind of you. Next one is I can't thank you enough. I can't thank you enough. We use its for extremely important things. The next one is I owe you one on some students do not understand this. I owe you one when someone has done something for you. And you'd be happy to return the favor one day you can use this sentence. I owe you one. I owe you one. Okay, guys, let's repeat very fast. Thanks. Thanks a lot. Thank you so much. Thanks. Emily. Um, thanks for your help. Things for helping me. I really appreciate it. I'm really grateful. That's so kind of you. I can't thank you enough. And I owe you one and the next, Lissome, we will help you to understand how to use thes sentences in real situations and in examples . So please study the next Listen. Thank you. 9. Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself : Okay, everybody, let's repeat the words and phrases. Thanks. Thanks a lot. Thank you so much. Thanks a 1,000,000. Thanks for your help. Things for holding me. I really appreciate it. I'm really grateful. That's so kind of you. I can't thank you enough. I owe you one. Your sister buys a very nice gift for your birthday. And then you want to thank her very much. What do you say? Thanks a lot. Thank you so much. Thanks. A 1,000,000. That's so kind of you. One of your classmates helped you many times to speak English, and now you want to thank him deeply and warmly. So what do you say? I really appreciate your help. I'm really thankful if you want to thank someone for important things. For example, he or she has helped you to find a house for a living. So what do you say? I can't thank you enough. I can't thank you enough. 10. Say thank You Listening : In this lesson, we'll learn ten ways to say, thank you. So it's time to 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. Eroded me a favor. Thanks him. William Roth. Ira did me a favor. Thanks him, William, bro, you're ever some time on this project. It's really impressive. I really appreciate it. You're ever some time on this project, It's really impressive. I really appreciate it. You owe your sister won after all she has done for you. You Oh, your sister won after all she has done for you. I can't thank you enough for this loan. I'm so grateful. I can't thank you enough for this loan. So grateful you took care of my little son while I was away. Thanks for helping me. You took care of my little son while I was away. Thanks for helping me. It's very kind of you to offer me this job. You have a heart of gold, man. It's very kind of you to offer me this job. You have a heart of gold, man. Thanks a lot for Canada me, I won't disappoint your brother. Thanks a lot for counting on me. I won't disappoint your brother. 11. respond to thank you : so in this. Listen, as I told you, we are going to help you understand 10 ways to respond to. Thank you. Most of the students. Actually, they say you're welcome, but I want to teach you to use other sentences. The 1st 1 is you're welcome. Your welcome. If somebody says thank you, you can tell him you're welcome. Which is very simple and easy on the next one is no problem, no problem. Which means it's okay. There is no problem. Number three e's No worries. No worries also means no problem. But no worries is an expression seen in Australian, British and New Zealand English meaning. Do not worry about that or that's all right or short thing. It is similar to American English. No problem. Next one is don't mention it. This this is an expression of thanks is not necessary. So when you want to tell somebody that thanks is not necessary, you can use this sentence. Don't mention it. My pleasure. My pleasure is a polite way to say thank you. Okay, is a very polite way to say thank you. It's my pleasure. Any time. This is a very nice one. Any time it means feel free to ask again. Feel free to ask again. For example. Thank you for giving me that money on the other person says at a time. Next one is It was the least I could do. It was the least I could do. It was the least I could do. Usually when you feel you should do more to help somebody, you can use this expression. It was the least I could do. The next one is glad to help, which means I'm very happy to help you. And it's my great feeling to help you. Sure, you know, Yes. Sometimes in some countries, in some states, in America, they say sure, which means no problem. No problem. Yes, a number 10 is not at all. Not at all. Not at all. Is a British English spoken used to be actually polite when someone has thank to you or asked you to do something. For example, would you mind helping me with my suitcase? Not at all. None at all. Okay, so he's a very polite way to thank somebody. So we understood 10 ways toe Answer actually to thank you. You're welcome. No problem. No worries. don't mention it. My pleasure and a time It was the least I could do. Cloud toe help? Sure, and not as old. Now let's use these expression on sentences. It sums examples. Okay, here there is a conversation between John Andi, I think. Sorrow. Yes. Happy birthday star. Ah, this This gift is for you. Sorrow says. Thanks a 1,000,000 John. It's a great gift. Thank you so much. And John says, You're welcome in this picture. The conversation between Sarah onto this boy, Sarah says, Thanks. It's really kind of you to help me wash the dishes. And John says, My pleasure, Sarah. I love to help you sometimes. And this picture, you can see a bigger a poor person who asks for money, he says, Thanks for your help. I really appreciate it, man. And John says, no worries. It was the least I could do. On there is one girl helping her friends. Sarah says, Thanks for helping me fix this car. I can't think you enough on Mary says. Glad to help me is I'm very happy to help. Or maybe sorrow can says things for helping me fix this car. Okay, Eso we understood many ways to answer, to think you so guys, go and practice these sentences and expressions with your friends and improve your English . 12. Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself : Okay, guys. List. Repeat the phrases unimproved your pronunciation. You're welcome. No problem. No worries. Don't mention it. My pleasure. Any time. It was the least I could do. Glad to help? Sure. Not at all. Not at all. Okay. And good job. Let's move to the next parts. You help your uncle to fix his computer, and then he says, Thanks a 1,000,000. But you want to say that thanks is not necessary. So what do you say? Don't mention it. Don't mention it. Your teacher says thank you for helping me cleaning this house, this class, and then you want to politely respond to him. So what do you say? My pleasure. My pleasure. Your brother says thank you so much for lending me this money. And then you want to say, feel free to ask again. So what do you say at a time? Your colleague thinks you for helping him understanding some points. And then you want to say that you feel you should do more to help. So what do you say? It was the least I could do. It was the least I could do. 13. Responding to thank you Listening : In this lesson, we'll learn ten ways to respond to. Thank you. So guys, it's time to check your 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. Thanks for your help Jack, You did a great job. No problem. Thanks for your help, Jack, You did a great job. Problem. That was a wonderful work you did for us. Thanks for helping us out. Sure. Anytime that was a wonderful work you did for us. Thanks for helping us out. Sure. Anytime. Thanks for cleaning up is the least I can do seeing as I'm staying here rent-free. Thanks for cleaning up, is the least I can do seeing as I'm staying here rent-free. Thank you. We've got a lifesaver. I will make it up to you, man. Sure. Anytime. Thank you. You got a lifesaver. I'll make it up to you. I'm sure are in a time. Thanks for a whole used to it all and I doing our project, don't mention it. Thanks for a whole used to it all and I doing our project, DO mention it. It also kind of you to give us a lift. Domitian, it was a pleasure. It also kind of you to give us a lift. Domitian, it was a pleasure. 14. apologizing : So we have a new listen here and then this. Listen, I will teach you 10 phrases for apologizing so apologizing. Understanding the correct way of apologizing is very important. It's a way to show respect for the wrong person. Let's understand how we can say sorry. So don't just say I'm sorry. I'm sorry. You must change your actually apologize based on the place on situation. So the 1st 1 is I'm sorry that I'm sorry that for example I'm sorry that I was so rude. IUs 30. I'm sorry that I was rude yesterday we use I'm sorry to express regrets. There's another example here. I didn't do my homework. I'm so sorry. I'm sorry. Is also used to express sympathy. For example, I'm sorry for your loss can communicate sympathy following the death of a loved one. Next one is It's my fault Which means I'm taking responsibilty for the person I'm taking responsibility for the person. It's my fault if you say it's my fault you accept the blame. We also say my fault. For example Sorry I broke the class. Sorry I broke the glass. Not my brother. It was my fault. So I'm trying to take the responsible to here. Number three's Oops. Sorry. Oops. Sorry. We use them for very small problem. Very small problem. Oops. Sorry. And when you accidentally, for example, bump into someone on the street, you can say Oops. Sorry about that. Oops. Sorry about that. Number four is I should have. For example, I should have called and told you I'd be late. It means that I'm sorry that I didn't call you. I should have called to you. Number five is very formal ways I apologize for. It is a very formal way to express your apology. I apologize for the delay or I apologize for coming late or I apologize for not doing my homework. And you can use other sentences here. But it's very formal. Number six is Please forgive me for my blood. For example. Please forgive me for my bad words. This is also a very formal way to express our apology. Number seven he's Please accept my apologies for I love this one. This is also very formal. Please accept my apologies for coming plates. Or please accept my apologies for for example, calling you and the middle of the night. Please accept my apologies for ah saying bad words. Number eight. I'm terribly sorry for If you want to say that you are very sorry. I'm terribly sorry for calling you this time of the day. I'm terribly sorry for not returning your money. You can use different examples. Number nine part of me for this on After that. The verb comes with Angie, for example, part of me for this misunderstanding and the last one A's. Sorry, I didn't mean to do that. We can use this. Sorry, I didn't mean to do that. That you did something by accidents, for example. Oh, sorry. I stepped on your vote. I didn't mean to do that, so Ah, we learned many ways to actually say you are sorry. I'm sorry. That's it's my fault. Oops. Sorry. I should have I apologize for Please forgive me for my please accept my apologies for I'm terribly sorry for part of me for this. Sorry. I didn't mean to do that. Okay, so in the next listen, we will teach you how to respond to a person who says I'm sorry. Thank you. 15. Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself : OK, guys. Now let's repeat the phrases. I'm sorry that I was so rude yesterday. It's my fault. Oops. Sorry. I should have called and told you I'd be late. I apologize for the delay. Please forgive me for my bad words. Please accept my apologies for coming late. I'm terribly sorry for calling you this time of the day. Pardon me for this misunderstanding. Sorry. I didn't mean to do that. I broke my father's phone, but he thinks my little brother did it. And now I want to apologize and accept the blame. What should I say? Sorry. It was my fault. You're walking on the street and then suddenly bumped into a young girl. And then you want to say that you are sorry. So what do you say? Oops, sorry about that. Oops. Sorry about that. You go late and then you want to apologize to the bus in a formal way. So what do you say? I apologize for the delay. Accept my apologies for being late. You spill a cop of coffee on your teachers disk and now you want to apologize? What do you say? Sorry. I didn't mean to do that. Sorry. I didn't mean to do that. 16. Apologizing Listening : In this lesson, we'll learn ten phrases for apologizing, right? It's time to 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. I know it called in the middle of the night and woke you up. Sorry, I didn't mean to do that. I know it called in the middle of the night and work EOP. Sorry, I didn't mean to do that. I'm terribly sorry for sending you the wrong box. That was all my fault. I will never repeat that. I'm terribly sorry for sending you the wrong box. That was all my fault. I will never repeat that. I just missed my boss and couldn't be there on time. I really apologize for my delay. I just missed my bus and couldn't be there on time. I really apologize for my delay. O your way for more than one hour there on terribly sorry. I should have called and told you. Oh, you waited for more than one hour there on terribly sorry. I should have called the untold you. Oops, sorry for studying on your phone. I didn't mean to do that. That was an excellent Oops, sorry for stepping on your phone. I didn't mean to do that. That was an accident. I know I just forgot to call you and keep you aware of that meeting. Sorry, It was my fault. I know I just forgot to call you and keep you were up that meeting. Sorry, It was my fault. 17. respond to apology: so and this. Listen, as I told you, we will learn 10 ways to respond to an apology. You can see the girl, she says. It's OK, it's OK. So let's learn 10 great ways when we want to ask sir to an apology. The 1st 1 is That's OK, That's OK when somebody says I'm sorry, I'm terribly sorry. You can say That's okay. It's a casual and very friendly. Next one is it happens. It happens. We use. It happens. Actually, it's normal when we say it's normal and this problem can happen to anyone and anyone can make such mistakes. So it happens. Next one is no problem. No problem. It's very easy. Means there is no problem. It's all OK. Don't worry about it. Don't worry about it. Don't worry about it. When someone makes a mistake or something bad happens and that person is concerned about it , we often say Don't worry. In this type of situation, we could inset say, Never mind or it's all OK, next one is I forgive you. We use this for serious problems. I forgive you. For example, I forgive you for stealing that money from me so we use it for serious problems. Don't forget it. Number six is apology accepted. I love this, but this is formal. Don't use it in an informal situations. Apology accepted it. Number seven is Please don't let it happen again. I think it's very clear it means that please don't repeat this problem. Don't repeat this mistake again. Number eighties. No worries, which also is an informal way to say no problem. No worries. Number nine. It doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. It's used to tell someone that's you are not angry or upset about something, especially something that they have done. For example, I've spilled. I've spilled some coffee on the carpets and the other person says it doesn't matter. The last one A is never mind, which also means don't worry about it. Never mind. Never mind is very friendly and casual. Okay, let's use these phrases in some examples. But before that let's repeat it very fast for you. That's okay. It happens. No problem. Don't worry about it. I forgive you. Apology accepted. Please don't let it. Don't let it happen again. No worries. It doesn't matter and never mind. So you can see the husband and the wife. The husband says, Please forgive me for my anger and bad words. I said to you dear, my wife and the wife says, Please don't let it happen again, which means don't repeat it again. Next one. There is a conversation between a worker and bus. The worker says, Please accept my apologies for not delivering my project on time. So this is very formal way, too. Makes express your apology and the buses don't worry about it. It's all OK here. I think this conversation is between the girlfriend or boyfriend or husband. Wife, the husband says, I'm terribly sorry for not calling you for a long time. I love you very much, my darling. And the wife says it doesn't matter. I forgive you on this conversation. Actually, the boyfriend says, Sorry, I didn't mean to do that. I didn't want to forgets your gift. It was an accident, she says. It happens. No worries, dear. So we understand many ways to actually respond to actually want somebody toe respond to an apology when somebody says he's or she is sorry. Practice this with your friends. Thank you. Have a great time 18. Practice pronunciation & Test Yourself : Now it's time to repeat the words and phrases. That's okay. It happens. No problem. Don't worry about it. I forgive you. Apology accepted. Please don't let it happen again. No worries. It doesn't matter. Never mind. Now it's time to test yourself. A friend of mine damaged my car. Then he says, I'm terribly sorry. How can I respond to this apology? This is a serious problem. So we say I forgive you or don't worry about it. Don't worry about it. My friend was supposed to be here at 10 but he's 20 minutes late. When he arrives, he says Sorry for the delay, Then I want to casually respond to this apology. What should I say? That's okay. No worries. One of my employees came late to work, and then he said, Accept my apologies for coming late. So how can I respond to this apology? Informal way Apology accepted. If you didn't answer some of these questions or have problems understanding it, I suggest you to come back to the listen and then review the listen to understand how we can use these phrases. 19. Responding to an apology Listening : In this lesson, we learned ten ways to respond to an apology, right? So it's time to 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. I'm sorry, I lost that Walter gave me, never mind. I can easily buy you another one. I'm sorry, I lost that Walter gave me. Never mind. I can easily buy you another one. I'm sorry. I was spill some cuff on the carpet. Doesn't matter. I'm sorry. I was spill some coffee on the carpet. Doesn't matter. Oh, I'm sorry. I got your name wrong. No worries. Oh, I'm sorry. I got your name wrong. No worries. Door man. I forgive you for not giving my money back on time. It happens. Dora, Man, I forgive you for not giving my money back on time. It happens. I'm so sorry. As crashed your car. That's okay. Don't worry about it. I'm so sorry. As crashed your car. That's okay. Don't worry about it. Except my apologies. We're breaking your expensive vase. I didn't mean to do that at politics at it. It's okay. My apologies. We're breaking your expensive vase. I didn't mean to do that. Apology accepted. It's okay.