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Speak English well: Finally You can speak English well without embarrassment or stress

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19 Lessons (1h 8m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:48
    • 2. 1 Encouraging people

      7:47
    • 3. 1 practice pronunciation and check yourself

      4:22
    • 4. Listening , Encouraging people

      2:20
    • 5. 2 speak about prices

      5:42
    • 6. 2 practice pronunciation and check yourself

      3:23
    • 7. Listening , Speak about prices

      2:22
    • 8. 3 different ways to say something is easy

      4:53
    • 9. 3 practice pronunciation and check yourself

      3:30
    • 10. Listening , something is easy or difficult

      2:14
    • 11. 4 remembering reminding and forgetting

      6:50
    • 12. 4 practice pronunciation and check yourself

      3:56
    • 13. Listening , Remembering and Reminding

      2:22
    • 14. 5 interrupting people in english

      3:51
    • 15. 5 practice pronunciation and check yourself

      2:30
    • 16. Listening , Interrupting people

      1:45
    • 17. 6 how to ask for clarification

      4:12
    • 18. 6 practice pronunciation and check yourself

      2:19
    • 19. Listening , How to ask for Clarification

      1:55
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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 pronunciation and check 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 : Native English and American speakers use different common English phrases in different situations. For example, DNR guys, how native English speakers encouraged people. They might say you are moving on the right track, or probably they would say, keep up the good work. So what do these phrases mean? And where do we usually use them? Don't worry, guys. In this class, we will explain it all to you. How do you interrupt people in English? And native speaker might say, may I jump in? Unfortunately, many English students, they still think in their mother tongue language and they still have problems speaking and thinking in English, which is a big problem. Here in this class we will introduce many common English useful phrases used by native English speakers. I'm sure using these phrases can help you to start to think in English. In every lesson we will explain ten comment English phrases. And in this class we will cover topics such as encouraging people, reminding and forgetting phrases for clarification and how to ask people to clarify a point for us. Interrupting people politely, et cetera. My dear friends forever lesson. There was a part called practice your pronounciation and check yourself. So in this bar so you can check your pronunciation and you can test your knowledge and see if you can still understand everything. So my dear friends, I hope you would improve your English speaking a scale here. Good luck. 2. 1 Encouraging people : Hello, everybody. How are you doing? Well, come to these first lesson and that's Listen. We're going to speak about 10 ways to encourage someone. There are lots off raises we can use to encourage people based on different situations. They have and many students have difficulties understanding the difference between these phrases. The correct encouragement sometimes has a really positive effect on somebody's life. Now let's get started and understand these essential phrases. Are you ready? Let's get started. The first phrase We're going to learn to encourage people. He's keep up the good work. A very common phrase used in different movies and daily English conversations. Keep up the good work. Keep up the good work. Say this when the person is doing well and you want them to continue. Keep up In this case means continue. Keep up the good work. Very nice phrase Number two. That was a nice try or that waas a good effort. When do we use this phrase? Actually, we used these phrases after the person didn't succeed and you want to hell them feel better . So in this case we say that was a nice try that waas a good effort number three e's. That's a riel improvement. That's a riel improvement. Use this phrase to say that the person is making good progress. So if the person is making great progress, we can tell him or tell her that's a riel Improvements, especially. We can say this to some Children or kids that are making great progress. That's a great encouragement. Number four A's. You are on the right track. You are on the right track. I myself personally used this phrase many times in my speech. So use this phrase when a person is closed to answer close to success but hasn't reached it yet on the right track means that they are going in the correct direction on their right track. Very useful at very essential phrase. And try to understand it. Guys number five years, you've almost got it. You've almost got it. You you have almost get it. Use this phrase when a person is coming very close to succeeding, for example. Come on, man. Ron. Ron, you've almost got it. You've almost got it. Ons number sixties. What? You have got to lose what you have got to lose. This is a very encouraging question. So this question is used to emphasize that the fact that if the person doesn't succeed, there won't be any negative consequences, so they should make an effort. A very motivational question. Ons number seventies Don't give up hanging there. Don't give up hanging there when someone is currently having difficulties. We can use these phrases in these kinds of cases, so the phrase over give up means to stop trying so you can say, Don't give up to encourage the percent to continue trying and not to stop. Don't give up no matter how many problems you have, don't give up hanging there on the next phrase. Ease. Come on, you can do it. You can do it. Use this praise to emphasize the person's ability to succeed. You can say this to a person who has low self esteem or has difficulty believing they can succeed. Come on, you can do it. Yes, you can do it like you can do it. You can learn English. This is a very easy language. You just need to try hard Number nine A. Is give it your best shot. A very useful common e g M and phrase used a lot in different movies. Give it to your best shot. This is my favorite one. Your best shot means your best try, so this phrase is used to encourage summon to do their best. Give it your best shots. Do your best on the last useful phrases. Nice job. You did great. Nice job. This phrase nice job means that the other person did something good. It is not related to their employment or profession. You can also add I'm impressed. You can also say I'm impressed if the person success surprised you in a good way. For example, my brother speaks English very well. Okay, Andi, I tell him that Oh, I'm impressed. These are great, perfect, essential phrases we can use to encourage people in different situations. Now, let's use some of them in riel situation. And let's understand them in riel situations. Here, there's a conversation between Jack and Ted, two great friends, Jack says. I guess I need to leave college and get a better job, but it is trying to encourage him. He says, Come on, boy, don't give up hanging there. You just need to study a bit more and then you can work at the same time. So Ted is encouraged him. He's telling him Don't give up. It means continue trying Here There is a conversation between the bus and employer. The buses? That was a really good report. Keep up. The good work on deplores is old. Thanks. Glad to hear that. Keep up the good work. Continue doing the same thing that is going to bring lots of great results. Keep up the good work. And here there is a composition between boss and sorrow. The bus is I'm impressed. Sora that was a really improvement. Soros is Thank you, dear. You always help me not to give up. Yes, I'm impressed. Which means that I'm surprised by your success. That was really improvements. Okay, Perfect. Now in the next part, we're going to improve our pronunciation and I'm going to give you a test on you must answer some questions. Answering these questions will help you to check your understanding. Good luck 3. 1 practice pronunciation and check yourself : Hello, guys. Now it's time to practice your pronunciation and check your understanding. This is a great part for those students who are looking for a way to pronounce the words and sentences correctly. Keep in mind, out to repetition is one of the best way to improve your pronunciation. So I'm going to repeat these sentences. I want you to repeat after me the first time. Slow the second time. Faster. Are you ready? Well, it starts. Keep up the good work. Keep up the good work. That was a nice try. That was a nice try. That's a really improvement. That's a real improvement. You're on the right track. You're on the right track. You've almost got it. You've almost got it. You're doing great. You're doing great. Don't give up. Don't give up or hang in there. You can do it. You can do it. Give it to your best shot. Give it your best shot. Nice job. You did great. Nice job. You did a great perfect. That's nice. Repeating these sentences or her and over will help you to have a better accent and pronounce the words and sentences in the vory correct way. Now Let's go to the next part and check your understanding. Okay? What would you say If you want to encourage your friend to do something in a way that will bring good results? What is that phrase that you learned in the previous? Listen, can you remember? That's you are on the right track. You are on the right track. Did you answer correctly? Good job Perfects okay When someone is currently having difficulties and then you want to encourage this person, what would you tell him or her? What kind of phrase to use in this situation? We say don't give up. Hang in there. So we use these phrases actually, when somebody is having difficulties and we want to encourage this person not to actually stop trying, don't give up. Hang in there. And the next parties. Actually, what would you say after the person has done something good? How do usually encourage him or her? For example, when you answer this question, how can I encourage you? We usually say Nice job or you did great. Perfect. That's nice. You can also download the pdf and practice these sentences and phrases with your friends. And please, if you have any questions you can ask me? I will immediately answer your back. Good luck. And now let's move to the next listen and speak about 10 great ways to talk about price. 4. Listening , Encouraging people : So my dear friends in this lesson, we learned ten great ways to encourage someone, right? So 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 and see that takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. You finally got this color should be offering looking at Four. Nice job man, You did great. You finally got this color should we have been looking at for nice job, man, You did great. Your English proficiency is getting much better. That's a real improvement. Broke. Your English proficiency is getting much better. That's a real improvement. Broke. The design is looking, bring myself our sorrow. Keep up the good work. The design is looking brilliant so far, sorrow. Keep up the good work. I'm sure you have the capability to excel in this field hanging there and never give up. I'm sure it can make it. I'm sure you have the capability to excel in this field hanging there and never give up. I'm sure it can make it. Why don't you take the job, stop putting things off, brawl. You've got nothing to lose. Why don't you take the job, stop putting things up, bro, You've got nothing to lose. I'm sure we can beat him. Don't underestimate your talents, so give it your best shot. I'm sure we can beat him donors to make your talents. So give it your best shot. 5. 2 speak about prices : So everybody and this part, we're going to teach you 10 ways to speak and talk about prices. There are many different ways that we can speak about prices, but some students do not understand them. And this Listen, I'm going to explain all of these important sentences on phrases that every single students must know. So are you ready? Let's start Number one. It costs a fortune we use. It cost a fortune when we speak about something that is very expensive. For example, Oh, that car, it costs a fortune. It's very expensive. We also say it costs an arm and a lake. It costs an arm in a lake. This expression used many times in different movies, actually to say that something is very expensive. Yes, it costs an arm in the lake, for example, traveling to Germany and studying in Germany. It costs an arm and a lake. Number three. That's a rip off. That's a rip off. It means overpriced, far more expensive than it should be. That's a rep off. Yes, for example, I bought a computer. It was very, very expensive. It's overpriced, far more expensive than it should be. Number four is I can't afford it. When do we say I can't afford it? We say I can't afford it means I don't have enough money to buy it. For example, that house can't afford it. It's very expensive. I don't have enough money to buy it. So we speak about something that you cannot buy because you don't have enough money. Number five is that's a bit pricey. That's a bit pricey. That's a bit pricey. It's also means it's a little expensive. Number six. That's quiet. Reasonable. That's quite reasonable. When you say this, that's quite reasonable means it's a good price. It's a good price. It's not very expensive. It's not very Cheech. That's quite expensive. That's fair. We also say fair F A. I R. Number seven is. It's 20% off, 20% off. It means there is a 20% discounts. There is a 20% discounts on this is a good idea to buy it. Number eight. That's a good idea. That's a good idea. What doesn't mean that's a good idea. It means it's a good value for the amount of money. That's a good idea. That's a good idea to buy this car it has a good value. And number nine. It was a really bar again. It was a riel bargain, something sold for a prize that is lower than usual or lower than its value. That's why it was say, it was a riel bargain. For example, we got tickets to this show at half price, a riel bargain, something that is lower than usual or lower than it's of value. So it's worth getting it. It's worth buying it. And the last phrase is it waas? Dirt cheap? It waas dared cheap. What does it mean? It was their achievements. It's extremely inexpensive. It's extremely cheap. Okay, Perfect. Learned many great phrases here to speak about prices, tryto understand them guys, if you have any problems, come back and try to review them. Okay, we're going to use some of these phrases in real situations. So there is a woman here she's holding. Sure, it's on, but I think she's surprised, she says. Oh my God, this shirt a rip off. It costs an arm and a leg. I really can't afford it. Do you remember? This shirt is a rip off. Means is overpriced. It's costs on armor like me is very expensive. I can't really afford it, which means I don't have enough money to buy it for this girl. I think maybe she should buy something cheaper. This car, This is a wonderful fastest car in world. It cost a fortune. It's very expensive, but now is 20% off. So he's 20% discounts, so that's a good idea to buy it. Exactly. That's a great idea to buy it, because there is 20% off. That's it, actually, really bargain. Okay, guys, let's go to the next part and let's review these E T. M's and phrases and I'm gonna check you there. Try to understand these good luck. 6. 2 practice pronunciation and check yourself : Hello. Everybody will come to this park practice and improve your pronunciation. Remember the first time I'm going to repeat these phrases slow the second time Faster. I want you to repeat this sentence is in the phrases exactly after me. And keep in mind that repetition is one of the best way to improve your pronunciation. So focus our repeat the phrases right after me. Let's start. It costs a fortune. It cost a fortune. It costs an arm and a leg. It costs an arm and a leg. That's a rip off. That's a rip off. I can't afford it. I can't afford it. That's a bit pricey. That's a bit pricey. That's quite reasonable. That's quite reasonable. It's 20 persons off. It's 20 person off. That's a good idea. That's a good idea. It was a really bargain. It was a real bargain. It waas there'd cheap. It was their cheap Great. Now let's move the next part and let's check your understanding of this. Listen, okay, If you don't have enough money to buy something, what would you say? What expression would use? Can you remember the phrase you don't have enough money to buy something so we say I can't afford it. I can't buy this car. I can't afford it. Okay, if you want to say that something is far more expensive than it should be. What is this phrase? Can you remember this phrase we learned in the previous listen? Something that is far more expensive than it should be. This phrase is that's a rep off. That's a rip off perfect. 7. Listening , Speak about prices : So guys, we learned ten great phrases and 10 great ways to speak about prices, right? So it's time to practice your English listening. So guys, listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again and see that takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. You'll want to pay $500 thousand for this normal car. Come on, man, don't fall for it. That's a rip-off. You'll want to pay $500 thousand for this normal car. Come on, man, don't fall for it. That's a rip-off. Traveling, taking a holiday to London cost a fortune. We might better offer something cheaper. Travel and taking a holiday to London cost a fortune. We might better offer something cheaper. He just sold their house and got that. No current exchange. Well, I suppose that's quite reasonable. He just sold their house and got that. No current exchange. Well, I suppose that's quite reasonable. I can't really afford living in the city. Things are really pricey here. We might need to find a better place. I can't really afford living in the city. Things are really price it here. We might need to find a better place. If we had an ad for his crown was out of this world. Just wondering, white was dirt cheap. The food we had an ad for his crown was out of this world. Just wondering, white was dirt cheap. The second hand table was a real bargain. I guess every month they shop could afford it. The second hand table was a real bargain. I guess every month that shop could afford it. 8. 3 different ways to say something is easy : Hello. Everybody will come to this new lesson and this. Listen, we will teach you 10 phrases for saying something is easy or difficult. So if you want to speak about something easy or difficult, what kinds off raises would use in your speech? Let's find out. Okay, Number one. It's a piece off cake. It's a piece off cake. Very common American expression, a piece of cake. The saying A piece of cake means something that is simple to accomplish. F a school assignment. He's a piece of cake. It is so easy that you will barely have to think about it, so something that is simple to accomplish. It's a piece of cake. It's a piece off cake. It's a cinch, actually. This is used to say that a task is extremely easy to do. For example, the program waas a singe to us. Sometimes we can say its a child's play or a snap. These expressions and phrases are used to say that the task is easy to do. It's a cinch Number three's, It's a breeze, it's a breeze. This is informal way. It means that something that is easy to achieve often unexpectedly, you won't have any problems with the entrance? STIs. It's an absolute breeze. Okay, easiness and simplicity. It's an absolute break, something that is easy to achieve, often unexpectedly. Eight, said Breeze. Number four is Anyone can do it. Anyone can do it. I think this is very clear. It means that everybody can do this. This is something easy. Number five. There is nothing to it. There is nothing to it. There is nothing to it. Also, it means that it's very easy to do. It's not difficult on everybody, and anyone can do it. Number six. It's hard. It's hard, which means it's difficult. Number seven. It's a bit tricky. It's a bit tricky. If a piece off work or problem is a tricky, it is difficult to deal with and needs careful attention or skill. For example, it's tricky to learn to ride a skateboard, but you never forget how, yes, to learn skateboard. At first, it's a little tricky. It's difficult to deal with the needs. Careful attention. It's a bit tricky. Number eight, it's really rough. Also, it may, it's means that something that is difficult to do, it's really Roth. It's very difficult. It's not a walk in the park. It means something that is very easy to do and usually pleasant is used to hard physical work. This is a walk in the park. To him is a walk in the park friend. So this is a work. This is not a walk in the park. This is not a walk in the park. A number 10. It's It's very demanding we use for tasks, which means requiring much skill or efforts. She has a busy and demanding job, a job that is requiring much skill or effort. Eight's very demanding, so lots of great phrases to speak about something difficult or easy. Here there is a conversation between mother and daughter. The mother says, Great job. You can do it of the daughter says Thanks, but it's a bit tricky, which means it needs a lot off skills, Mother says. No, sweetie, it's the breeze. It's really easy to do. It's a breeze here. Ah, actually, she says, it's really demanding, which means requiring a lot of hard work. I can finish this project tonight. I just thought it's a strange I just thought it's a cinch, but actually this is not a cinch. This is really demanding 9. 3 practice pronunciation and check yourself : practice and check your understanding. Don't forget to follow this part special. The first part is really important for those students who want to improve their pronunciation again. Remember, I'm going to repeat these phrases issued. Repeat exactly after me. The first phrase I repeated the first time slow the second time. Faster. Let's focus ready. Let's start. It's a piece off cake. It's a piece of cake. It's a singe. It's a singe. It's a breeze. It's a breeze. Anyone can do it. Anyone can do It varies nothing to it. There is nothing to it. Aids hard. It's hard. It's a bit tricky. It's a bit tricky. It's really tough. It's really tough. It's not a walk in the park. It's not a walk in the park. It's very demanding. It's very demanding. Great. Let's move the next Parton. Check your understanding of this lesson. Let's see if you can remember these phrases. This expression is used to say that something will certainly happen or that someone will easily do something. So why would you say, Do you remember the phrase or phrases? We can say It's a piece of cake. It's ascend or it's a breeze. We can use these phrases actually, to say that something will certainly happen or that someone will easily do that, do something if there is a problem and it is difficult to deal with it and needs careful attention or skill. So what would you say? What kind of phrases he should use in this case? We usually say it's a bit tricky or it's very demanding. So it's a bit Rick. Yours, very demanding, something that is difficult on it needs a lot off attention and a lot off skills. Great. Did you answer these questions correctly? Good job. 10. Listening , something is easy or difficult : So we'll add a 10 great phrases for saying something is difficult or easy, right? So it's time to check your English listening. So guys, listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again and see that takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. To running a poppy is essentially a bribe him with treats. Turning a poppy is essentially a bribe him with treats. You'll want to have any problems with entrust us. It's an absolute breeze. You'll want to have any problems with the entrust us. It's an absolute breeze. Manipulating this microscope is a bit tricky, but I'm sure you will get the hang of it. Manipulating this microscope is a bit tricky, but I'm sure you will get the hang of it. I can make head or tail. It's really tough. Probably need to call the engineer to fix it. I can't make head or tail. It's really tough probably we need to call the engineer to fix it. We succeeded by it was not a walk in the park, Ronnie? It was we succeeded by it was not a walk in the park or any. It was learning a new language is in that piece of cake. Unless you put enough time and efforts for it. Learning a new language is in that piece of cake unless you put enough time and efforts for it. 11. 4 remembering reminding and forgetting : Hello, everybody in this. Listen, we are going to speak about Sen phrases for remembering, reminding and forgetting things. Are you that kind of person who always forgets things and has difficulty remembering things ? OK, but in English, son students have problems speaking about these phrases. Let's understand them. And let's use them in our speech when we forget. Oh, are we have problems remembering things? Okay, Phrase number one is I'll always remember, or I will never forget. I'll always remember I'll never forget. So if you want to tell a person that you don't forget, you can say I'll always remember to call you or I'll never forget to call you tomorrow. I'll never forget to call you tomorrow. Number two is, if I remember correctly or a Sfar. As I can recall, if I remember correctly Orosz Faras, I can recall this is used for telling someone what you remember about a particular event person. It's sits raw, for example, as I recall, he was a good friend off Mike's. He was a good friend of Mike's, so it's used for telling someone what you remember about a particular event person. It's Central number three. I have a vague recognition off. What? Your teacher sitting class. I have a vague recognition off. This is a very nice and professional way to speak about your remembrance. So it means I'm trying to remember, But I can't quite remember. I have a vague A recognition. Okay, I'm trying to remember, but I can't. I can't Quiet. Remember everything? That's why was that Have a vaca recognition off something? Number four. It's on top off my tongue. I love this tedium and expression. I use it many times in my speech and I heard it many times in different movies. So when do we say it's on tip of my tongue? If something that you want to say is on the tip of your tongue, you think you know it and thats you will be able to remember adverse. Um, for example, Her name is on tip of my tongue, but I have difficulties remembering it. Her name is on tip off my tongue and next one is my mind went blank. So what does it mean? My mind went black. Have you heard this? It means I couldn't remember or think of anything. Yes, for example, my teacher asked me a question and my mind went black. I couldn't remember. I think of anything Number six is. It doesn't ring a bell. This is another coming phrase we use in daily conversation. It doesn't drinkable. It means it doesn't sound familiar. For example, one of my friends actually introduces a book to me, and he speaks about this on. And then he tells me that we have read this book before, but I tell him it doesn't ring a bullet. Doesn't sound family are yes. Or for example, this guy This man doesn't ring a bell or the subject doesn't ring a bell. It doesn't sound familiar. Number seventies. Please remember to please don't forget to. It's easy. We use them when we want people to remember things. Please remember to, uh, column me. Please don't forget to call me number eighties. I'd like to remind you about I'd like to make you remember. Yes. I'd like to remind you about today's homework. Teacher. The teacher has for gotten to actually check our homework. So I tell him I'd like to remind you about our homeworks. I'd like to make you remember this number nine days. You haven't forgotten about have you? For example? You haven't forgotten about our party, have you? Yes. I'm just trying to check if a person remember something. So if you have trying to check the person, remember, something can see. You haven't forgotten about our birthday, have you? Yes. A number 10. Is it completely slipped my mind. It completely slipped my mind. A very nice phrase when you see that something slipped your mind. It means that you forgot about it. People use slip one's mind for talking and speaking about forgetting to do tasks or forgetting people's name. It completely slipped my mind. Yes. Okay. Many great phrases to speak about. Remember ins, Speak about mind memory Guys try to understand them because these phrases are very essential. They are used in daily conversation. Many movies on, and understanding them will help you to speak about the subject. Okay, now let's use these phrases. Some of these phrases in Rio situations. Mrs Smith and Cerar speaking here, missus missed. Say you haven't forgotten about our new project, have you? So she's trying to check sorrow and sources. Oh, it's completely slipped. My mind means I forgot all about it. Yes, maybe she doesn't remember it completely slipped my mind here. There's a conversation between wife and husband. The wife says, Do you know Jack, my classmates and husbands is actually I have a vague recognition off means I cannot completely remember him. I had a vague recognition off him. Okay, guys, do not forget to check yourself in the next lesson on their next part. Goodbye for now. 12. 4 practice pronunciation and check yourself : practice and tick your understanding. Okay, guys, it's time to repeat these phrases. We can review and improve our pronunciation of the same time. Are you ready? Repeats Exactly after me the first time. Slow the second time. A little faster. Number one. I'll always remember to call you on time. I always remember to call you on time if I remember correctly. If I remember currently I have a vague recognition off what our teacher said. In class, I have a vague A recognition of what? Our teacher Sitting class. It's on top of my tongue. It's on top of my tongue. My mind went blank. My mind went blank. It doesn't ring a ball. It doesn't ring a bull. Please remember to please remember to. I'd like to remind you about I'd like to remind you about You haven't forgotten about me, have you? You haven't forgotten about me, have you? It completely slipped my mind. It completely slipped my mind. Okay, Perfect. Now guys, let's move to the next part 10. Check your understanding. You think you know something and you will be able to remember it very soon. So what would you say? Can't remember this phrase that's actually it's on tip of my tongue. It's on tip off my tongue. Something that you will be able to remember very soon. Okay, what would you say if you can't remember something and it doesn't sound really family or to you? We usually say it doesn't ring a bull. It's not family here. Something that doesn't sound really familiar to you. And if you can't remember something completely So what would you say? We usually say. Actually, I have a vague recognition of this matter. I have a vague recognition off something. Did you answer these questions correctly? Perfect. If you didn't, I suggest you to come back and review those phrases. Good luck. 13. Listening , Remembering and Reminding : We learned ten great phrases for remembering, reminding and forgetting, right? So it's time to practice your English listening. So guys, listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again and see that takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. What are we having for homework tomorrow, Jack? Well, I have a big recognition of what our teachers sitting clause. What are we having for homework tomorrow, Jack? Well, I have a big recognition of what our teachers sitting in class. Hey Barney, I'd like to remind you about sending this important email to our manager today. Hey Barney, I'd like to remind you about sending this important email to our manager today. It was on tip up. It's Dong to ask what was the matter? It was on tip obvious Dong to ask what was the matter? I'm sorry, I forgot your birthday. It just slipped my mind. Please accept my apologies on that. I'm sorry, I forgot your birthday. It just slipped my mind. Please accept my apologies on that. Your description doesn't ring a bell probably because I've never been there myself. Your description doesn't ring a bell probably because I've never been there myself. When he asked me for my number, my mind went completely blank. When he asked me for my number, my mind went completely blank. 14. 5 interrupting people in english : Hello, everybody. I'm back. And this? Listen, we speak about five great and important ways to interrupt someone when you dropped your friends or when you want to just actually speak to one off them. What do you say? How do you interrupt it? Do you understand the firm? A language, The informal language. If your answer is no, don't worry. We're going to teach you some ways to actually and dropped someone. Let's start number one A is sorry to interrupt, but please top working here. Sorry to interrupt, but please stop working here. Science on fraud. But please stop speaking loudly. Okay? We can use different phrases. Sorry to interrupt, but please stop smoking. Yes. Number to ease. Excuse me. Could I talk to you for a minute? Do you have a minute? Excuse me. Could I talk to you for a minute? We used this actually, when interrupting a conversation between two other people to talk to one off them. Yes. When we want to talk to one off the persons in a group, we can use this. Excuse me. Could I talk to you for a minute or do you have a minute? Number three e's Could I jump in here? Could I jump in here? Yes. You This phrase when interrupting a discussion among many people. So if I want to interrupt a discussion of mine many people, I say, Could I jump in here? Could I jump in here? This is a very yes well phrase number four. Sorry. I just want to say that I'm going out with John. Yes, for example, Your let's say your father is watching TV, then you entrapped him, You say Sorry. I just want to say that I'm going out with John. This is a way to interrupt people, too. And it's very polite to say sorry at first number five days. Actually, this is very formal. Say, may I have a work? May have a words sometimes say, May I have a word with you? May have words. Okay, now let's use these phrases in different situations. There's a conversation between colleague and of the bus on. You see, the colleague is trying toe entrapped the bus, she says, So I turn drop. But some customers are not satisfied with this product. What should we do? And the buses? Please keep waiting. I'll talk to you later. Yes. So sorry to interrupt. Sorry to interrupt, but then you see your sentence here. There is a conversation between the employer and the employee. The employer says we need to find another solution for this problem. And the employee says, May I have a word here? So we are trying to interrupt, Actually, a group of people. May I have a word here? I believe building a new department will help us save more time here. May I have a word here? Okay, so we learned many great ways to interrupt people. Now, in the next listen, we're going to review these sentences and check our understanding so we could remember these phrases for ABR a long time and use them in our speech. 15. 5 practice pronunciation and check yourself : Welcome to the new parts. Let's improve pronunciation and take your understanding. Okay, guys, let's repeat thes sentences. Repeat the phrases exactly after me. Sorry to interrupt, but please top working here. Sorry to interrupt, but please stop working here. Excuse me. Could I talk to you for a minute? Excuse me. Could I talk to you for a minute? Could I jump in here? Could I jump in here? Sorry. I just want to say that I'm going out with John. Sorry. I just want to say that I'm going out with John. May I have a word? May I have a word? Perfect. Now, let's use some of these phrases in riel situations. Ready? Let's start when interrupting a conversation between two other people to talk to one of them. What would you usually say? So what kind of phrase to use? Interrupting conversation between two other people. We usually say, Excuse me, could I talk to you for a minute or do you happen minutes? So this is how we can intro people to talk to one of them. Great job. Next. When interrupting a discussion among many people. What expression should we use here? Interrupting a discussion among many people. We usually say, Could I jump in here? Could I jump in here? This is how you can in Trop a discussion among many people. Perfect. 16. Listening , Interrupting people : In this lesson, we'll are five great ways to interrupt somebody, right? So audio right into practice your listening. List. Do it. So guys, listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again and see that takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. Guys may have a ward with Mr. Jackson. This is an emergency and we cannot delay things. Hey, guys may have a ward with Mr. Jackson. This is an emergency and we cannot delay things. Hey, mom, sorry. I just wanted to say that I'm not coming home tonight. I'll be staying with sorrow. A mom, sorry. I just wanted to say that I'm not coming home tonight. I'll be staying with sorrow. Sorry for interruption. Could I talk to you that for a minute there's something you put on I must share with you right now. Sorry for interruption. Could I talk to you that for a minute, there's something you put on I must share with you right now. Don't as a day to jump in. If you have a question or comment. Don't as a day to jump in. If you have a question or comment. 17. 6 how to ask for clarification : five ways to ask for clarification. And this. Listen, we are going to speak about clarification. If you want to ask a person to clarify a point for you, what kinds of phrases would use? Do you know these praises? If you don't? Don't worry, we are going to learn them in this. Listen, number one we use Pardon. Pardon? So this is said if you didn't hear or understand what the person said, for example, could you please turn off the TV? But, for example, you didn't hear or understand him, so it's better to say Pardon? Pardon? Number two is Would you mind repeating that? Would you mind repeating that? Actually, we used this when we want the other person to repeat something for us and this is formal. Would you mind orbiting that? There is a grammatical point here. I would like to explain for you. Do not forget after, would you mind to the verb comes with i G. Would you mind repeating that? Would you mind repeating that? Would you mind speaking up? Would you mind, for example, helping me Number three is What do you mean? What do you mean? But you can say very fast. What do you mean? So we use this phrase to ask for a clarification, and we use this phrase to ask form or in formation. For example, Do you really work out? Workouts? Means to exercise. Do you really workouts? And actually, person B doesn't actually understand. And he wants to get more information. So he says, What do you mean? What do you mean? So we're asking for more information? What do you mean? What do you mean? Number four is? I'm not sure I follow you. I'm not sure I follow you. This is used in some English and American movies on some students. Do not know this. We use this phrase to ask for a clarification to, which means I don't understand. For example, I think speaking is a productive language on person. B says I'm not sure I follow you. I'm not sure I follow you. Means I'm not understanding you. Number five ease. Could you explain? This is also used to actually get more information. Could you explain more about this, for example? Idea. Could you explain more about how this computer works? Could you explain more about the books we should study we can use it in different sentences . Okay, let's use these phrases in the rial situation here. There is a conversation between Sarah and Jack Soros is How is your business, Jack? Jack says didn't go as I expected. Nancy? Sarah. She wants to get more information. So she says, What do you mean, Andi? I mean, it's not a good job. Yeah. What do you mean? So she wants to get more information? What do you mean? Here? There is a conversation between Ted and Jack. Ted says, Jack, you are a mysterious person. And I think Jack doesn't understand Tet, and he says pardon. And maybe he didn't hear him. Pardon? You know what I mean? You know what I mean? And Jack says I'm not sure I follow you. Means I'm not understanding. I do understand what you're saying. I'm not sure I follow you. Yes. We use this phrase when we I want to say that we don't understand the other person. Okay, Great. 18. 6 practice pronunciation and check yourself : So let's practice pronunciation and check understanding. Okay, guys, repeat the phrase is immediately after me the first time. Slow the second time. Fast. Pardon? Pardon? Would you mind repeating that? Would you mind repeating that? What do you mean? What do you mean? I'm not sure I follow you. I'm not sure I follow you. Could you explain? Could you explain greats? Now, let's check understanding. One of your friends says lit by guns. Be buy guns, but you don't get it and you can't understands. So in this situation, what would you say? We usually say that I'm not sure I follow you. I'm not sure I follow you. Or could you explain more? Could you explain more? What would you say if you want the other person to give you more information about something? What do you usually say? You'll say, What do you mean? Or what do you mean? Yes, or could you explain more? What do you mean? Could you explain more? So this is how the other person actually will give us more information about something great. Did you answer these questions correctly? Great job. Now it's time to move to the next. Listen 19. Listening , How to ask for Clarification : In this lesson, we'll learn five great ways to ask for clarification, right? So audio way to improve your listing. Let's do it. So guys, listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again and see that takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. Dad, I'll look forward to visiting this marvelous place called Arizona palace. Oh sorry. I wasn't listening to you. Would you mind repeating that? Dead. I'll look forward to visiting this marvelous place called Arizona palace. Oh sorry. I wasn't listening to you. Would you mind repeating that? I'm not sure I follow her argument which involve gender stereotypes that I don't accept. I'm not sure I follow her argument which involve gender stereotypes that I don't accept. You said that the hormone serotonin dilemma over choosing the right place to live. What do you exactly mean? You said that DRM serotonin dilemma over choosing the right place to live. What do you exactly mean? Your theory is not a base on scientific resources, man, because you explain more about the medical report we just mentioned. Your theory is not a base on scientific resources, man, because you explain more about the medical report we just mentioned.