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Speaking English: Speak English fluently with confidence and learn the most common phrases

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Lessons in This Class

19 Lessons (1h 4m)
    • 1. introduction

      1:49
    • 2. 1 complaining

      4:09
    • 3. 1 practice your pronunciation & check yourself

      3:07
    • 4. Listening , Complaining

      1:57
    • 5. 2 asking someone to do something

      3:37
    • 6. 2 practice your pronunciation & check yourself

      2:50
    • 7. Listening , Asking someone

      1:44
    • 8. 3 asking for help in english

      5:04
    • 9. 3 practice your pronunciation & check yourself

      2:35
    • 10. Listening , Asking for Help

      1:33
    • 11. 4 speaking about age

      7:00
    • 12. 4 practice your pronunciation & check yourself

      4:07
    • 13. Listening , Speaking about Age

      2:16
    • 14. 5 speaking about shopping

      6:16
    • 15. 5 practice your pronunciation & check yourself

      3:31
    • 16. Listening , Shopping

      2:22
    • 17. 6 speaking about food and taste

      4:55
    • 18. 6 practice your pronunciation & check yourself

      3:22
    • 19. Listening , Speaking about food

      2:04
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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 

the next speaking class you can join is here 

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Mister Rabiey

Oxford Tutor & Voice Actor

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-Master's Degree in English Linguistics US
-TV host / Dubber / Narrator
-Lived and studied in Canada,England 
-10+ Years of experience / A1 to C2 Levels
-TESOL and CELTA coach , IELTS 9 Holder
-Cambridge Certified Tutor/ IELTS Examiner

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,  Videos and personalized learning activities. 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 : You need to know some common English phrases in order to think, to communicate, and to speak English just like a Native American and English speaker. Speaking of age, native English speakers may sometimes say, he's not a spring chicken, or I'm not over the hill yet. So guys, what do these phrases mean? Where do we usually use them? How do you guys complain in English? What phrases? Dn0 about complaining? Dn0, the formal and informal phrases. And in this class we will teach you many common useful English phrases you need to know in order to communicate well with English speakers. And in every lesson we will teach you ten common useful English phrases. And we will cover topics such as complaining, how to ask people to do things for us, how to ask people for help. Common useful phrases about age. We will speak about shopping. We will teach you some useful phrases about food, et cetera. For every lesson there is a part called practice your pronunciation and check yourself. So guys, and this part, you have the chance to check your understanding and test yourself and see if you can still understand everything. I believe the method you use to improve your English spoken language is very important and essential. And sometimes you need to make some little changes. Sometimes you need to change your learning style in order to improve your English language. So my dear friends mass or your spoken English. Good luck. 2. 1 complaining : Hello, guys. We have a new listen here. It's about complaining. You can see this person is angry and is complaining about his laptop like us. This. Listen, we are going to learn five great phrases for complaining. How do you complain about things you don't like? Let's find out. Number one I'm not happy about this. I'm not happy about this. Yes, for example, your father buys your present for your birthday. But you don't like it when you start to complain. You say I'm not happy about this, but this is not good. He should accept the gift. So from everybody, I guess I'm not happy about this. Number two is I'm sorry, but this is unacceptable. This is another way to complain. Mostly we use it at work. I'm sorry, but this is unacceptable. For example, your boss tells you you should come on Friday, Monday on off days and you become angry and you start to complain. And I'm sorry, but this is This is unacceptable. This is not acceptable. Number three's I'm not very satisfied with. I'm not very satisfied with this product with this situation. So this is another way to express your complaint I'm not very satisfied with this course book. I'm not very satisfied with this English class. Yes, this English classes. Not very useful. So I'm not very satisfied with this teacher. Yes. Number forays. Informal. This is in from old. So don't forget to use it just in an informal way. I can stand it when the Internet is low. Yes. I can't stand it when my father is actually asking me to come home early. I can stand it when my teacher is asking me some difficult questions that I can't answer them so I can stand it. Which means I hate it. I don't like it. I'm not happy about this on this is used for saying that a person dislike someone or something very much. I can't stand melt. Yes. Number five is also informal. These sucks. I think you must have heard this phrase many times, especially in American movies. These socks, that sucks, and it sucks. Which means this is worthless. For example, this meat loaf is terrible. It sucks. We all thought the movie sucked. Okay, so something that it sucks is worth less and unpleasant. Okay, Five great ways to express your complaints. now let's use some of these phrases and riel situations here. There's a customer and she's actually angry, she says. I'm not really satisfied with this hotel. It's really cold here on the Holter Receptionists is no problems there will approach this to the management. I'm not really satisfied with this hotel, so she's not happy about this here. There is a conversation between mother and the daughter. Mother says. I can stand it when you go out with your friend and come home late. I can't stand it. I hated it. I dislike it very much on the daughter says Sorry, but I really got stuck in traffic this time. Yes, so I can stand it. A very good way to express your complaints. 3. 1 practice your pronunciation & check yourself: Hello. Everybody will come to this part. Now let's repeat these sentences and improve pronunciation the first time. Slow this sick in time fast. Are you ready? Repeat exactly. And immediately after me. Remember, repetition is the best way to improve your pronunciation. But you have to repeat exactly like me. Let's start. I'm not happy about this. I'm not happy about this. I'm sorry, but this is unacceptable. I'm sorry, but this is unacceptable. I'm not very satisfied with this product. I'm not very satisfied with this product. I can't stand it when the Internet is slow. I can't stand it when they don't slow. That sucks. That sucks. Great. OK, guys, Now let's answer these questions ready? Let's get started. You buy a car and then you find out this is not a good car. It's in. Jing has a problem. Then you come back to the cellar and say, What do you say? How do you express your complain? We usually say I'm not satisfied with this car or I'm not happy about this car. I'm not satisfied with this car. I'm not happy about this car. Are this car sucks. But this is a little bit in from all and not polite. Okay, guys, what would you say if you dislike something or someone very much And this is an informal way. What would you usually say if you don't like something or someone very much. We usually say I can stand when you are screaming. Yes, or I can stand when you're speaking loudly. I can stand when you're missing around and many other sentences. Did you answer these questions correctly? I'm sure you did. Perfect. But if you didn't, I suggest you to come back and review those sentences and phrases. 4. Listening , Complaining : In this lesson, as you know, we learn five great ways for complaining. Yes, five great phrases for complaining. Now it's time to improve your listening on You're ready. 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. I've got a complaint. Use of this can be the Ron's willing quickly, but I'm not really satisfied with this. I've got a complaint user. This can be the Ron's willing quickly, but I'm not really satisfied with this. While my brother was sick, I had to do all off his chores and it's locked. While my brother was sick, I had to do all off his chores and it's locked. You know, the people in this obvious never stop gossiping about others. I can't stand it when they talk like that. You know, the people in this office never stop gossiping about others. I can't stand it when they talk like that. The above this back one month ago and I'm afraid you cannot do retire it, man. Come on. This is not acceptable. You sold me the fake one. The above this back one month ago and I'm afraid you cannot do retire it, man. Come on. This is not acceptable. You sold me the fake one. 5. 2 asking someone to do something: Hello. Everybody will come back and this. Listen, we are going to learn five ways to ask someone else to do something. If you want to ask a person to do something for you, what would you say? And how do you ask this question? Let's find out this is actually formal. Would you mind as I explain it for a year before with human comes with the verb i n g would you mind opening the window? So we are asking a person to do something for us in a very formal way. We use this question. Would you mind opening the window? Would you mind turning off the phone with your mind answering the door? Would you mind calling me later? And many other phrases And this is used for asking politely for someone like, Would you mind doing something with your mind closing that window and other phrases Number two is Could you please This is also very formal. Could you please turn on the light? Could you please help me here in this kitchen? Could you please get me a glass off T? Could you please actually do this homework for me and other phrases number three is informal. Can you Can you Can you pass me that she can Can you pass me the chicken? Can you help me in this place? Ah, can you come and pick me up at 60 clock number Forays, please, just please. And we use the symptoms. Please send me the information, so send me the information. It starts with the verb. So this is an imperative sentence. Please send me the email. Please send me the information. Please wake me up at six oclock tomorrow in the morning. A number five days I had I'd appreciate it if you could. Very formal. I'd appreciate it if you could. I'd appreciate if you could wash the dishes. I appreciate if you could lend me some money I had appreciate if you could help me fix this car. This is used when you are politely asking for something. I would appreciate it if you could let me know. Please let me know in advance whether or not you will be coming. Okay. So let's use some of these phrases in your rail situation. Sorry. Speaking to her boyfriend, she says, Would you mind telling me about today's homework? I was not in class, actually thing. He's her classmate because they're speaking about homework. So she says, Would you mind telling me with your mind verb I n g? Would you mind telling me here? Romina Lelie the conversation between these two women? Robin says, Hello. I'd appreciate it if you could send me the emails today, Leela says. Of course, I do it as soon as I get home, very polite and formal way to ask somebody to do something for you. I'd appreciate it if you could send me the emails today. 6. 2 practice your pronunciation & check yourself: Hello will come to this part. Let's improve pronunciation on. Check your understanding again. Don't forget to repeat these phrases exactly after me Immediately after me. First time slow the second time fast. Would you mind opening the window? Would you mind opening the window? Could you please turn off the lights? Could you please turn out the lights? Can you pass me that she can Can you pass me the chicken? Please send me the information. Please send me the information. I'd appreciate it if you could wash the dishes. I'd appreciate it if you could wash the dishes. Perfect. Now let's check your understanding And let's see how many phrases you can't remember. The first question says when you are politely asking for something, what would you usually say? Politely asking for something. This is a formal way. We usually say I'd appreciate it if you could turn off the TV, okay? Or for example, I'd appreciate it if you could, for example, teach me this lesson. I'd appreciate it if you could clean this room. Or we can say, Would you mind closing the door? Would you mind? Comes with the verb i n g. Would you mind closing the door? Or could you please clean this role? Could you please clean this room? What is the informal way toe? Ask someone a requests. Informal way. Can you wash these dishes? Can you wash these dishes? 7. Listening , Asking someone : In this lesson, we'll learn five great ways to ask someone else to do something, right? So our airway to 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. Finally, check your answers. I'm a bit visit today in obese as it would be. I'd appreciate if you could do my homework, man, this time, I'd make it up to you. I'm a bit visit today in obese as it would be. I'd appreciate if you could do my homework, man, this time, I'd make it up to you. I currently concentrated here, bro, could you please turn down the TV volume? I can really concentrated here, bro, could you please turn down the TV volume? Can I get my car fixed during the coronavirus pandemic, please? And please keep me aware of soon as you finish. Can I get my car fixed during the coronavirus pandemic, please? And please keep me aware soon as you finish. Bro, would you mind giving me a ride? My car just ran out of gas and I guess I'm just unlikely today. Bro, would you mind giving me a ride? My car just ran out of gas and I guess I'm just unlikely today. 8. 3 asking for help in english : Hello. Everybody will come to this new lesson. So and this? Listen, I'm going to teach you five great ways to ask for help. If you want to ask your friends for help, Do you understand the formal and informal way? And how do you do this? Okay. Some students have problems understanding these ways and these phrases. Okay, let's get started. Number one is I need a little health. This is a very easy phrase. I need a little help. If you need a little help, you can see it like this. I need a little help. Can you help me with my homework's a number two. Could you help me out? Could you help me out? Could you, But do I went with these two letters come together. They are pronounced in American accent. So we say, Could you could you help me out? What does it mean? Could you help me out? If you help out, you do a part of some months work or gave someone money, for example, Her parents helped hair out with a 500 dollars loan. Oh, my God. That's perfect. So now we are. We can understand What's the meaning of help out to do a part of someone's work? Just a part. Could you help me out? And this is usually a very formal Frates Number three is Could you give me a hand? This is a very common phrase used in different conversations. When American and English people speak, they say, Could you give me a hand? Could you Could you give me hounds? What does give somebody happened usually use for physical tasks. For example, could you give me a hand in cleaning this Rome? So we used this race when we speak about physical tasks. Okay. Physical tasks Number four is Could you spare a couple minutes? Could you spare a couple of minutes? Could you spare a couple minutes? It means to give time or money to someone. For example. I have to go soon, but I can spare a few minutes. Can you spare me some change? So when we speak about money, can you spare me some change? Okay. Now we understand. Can you spare? It means that to give time or money to someone on the last one is Could you do me a favor? I myself use it many times in my classes. Could you do me a favor? For example, I till one of my students could you do me a favor on and for example, bring me some markers. So if you need to ask someone to do something for you, which is extra work or a little annoying for that person So we began with this. Can you do me a favor? So in these kinds of cases, we can use this price. Can you do me a favor, or could you do me a favor? But when we say Could you do me a favor? This is usually more formal, but can you ease less formal? OK, perfect. We understood five great ways to speak about help. Now let's use these phrases in riel situations. So this picture you can see Sarah is speaking to her friend. Sarah is speaking to her friend. Sarah says, I have trouble solving math problems. I know you are good at math. Could you please give me a hand? So could you please give me a hound? And Lily? Her friend says. Sure, sure. So give somebody hand these to help somebody, especially in physical tasks, but we can use it for other situations to on here. Ah, friend is speaking. Tow her friend. She says, I guess you have lots of information about making a delicious pasta. Could you do me a favor and tell me about this recipe? Yes. Could you do me a favor? Could you please help me? Especially something we ask for something that is a little bit annoying or extra work. Nice. 9. 3 practice your pronunciation & check yourself: Okay, guys, Did you understand the lesson? Perfect. Now let's improve pronunciation. Let's review these phrases and let's chick understanding of this. Listen, okay? Repeat these phrases and questions exactly. And immediately after me. I need a little help on it. A little help. Could you help me out? Could you help me out? Could you give me a hand? Could you give me a home? Could you spare a couple minutes? We just there a couple of minutes. Could you do me a favor? Could you do me a favor? Great job. Now let's see how many phrases you can remember. If you want your friends to do apart off your work and give you some money, usually say we usually say, Could you help me out? So could you help me out? He's actually asking somebody to help you and to do apart off your work. Next one. If you need to ask someone to do something for you which is extra work or a little annoying for that person, what would you say? We usually say, Could you do me a favor? Could you do me a favor? This is something. Actually, you ask someone to do which is a little bit annoying for that person. The jazz are correctly perfect. If you didn't, don't forget to come back and review these phrases. Remember, you can always use the pdf to practice these questions. These phrases, these essential questions with your friends, Good luck. 10. Listening , Asking for Help: In this lesson, we learned five great ways to ask for help, right? So it's time to improve and practice 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. Do me a favor and get home on time for ones you never mind my Wars, man. Do me a favor and get home on time for ones you never mind my Wars, man. If you've got a spare a couple of weeks, turn off your phone and pick up your stuff. If you kinda spare a couple of weeks, turn off your phone and pick up your stuff. I to accomplish this task is really tricky because you please help me out. I had to accomplish this task is really tricky because you please help me out. I want to give me a hand with the children so I could find more time to write. High excitement to give me a hand with a chiller So I could find more time to write. 11. 4 speaking about age : Hello. Everybody will come to this new listen and this. Listen. We are going to speak about 10 expressions about age. There are many expressions and phrases that you don't know about age, but we are going to learn them on. I'm going to explain them for you. Let's start. She's in her early twenties. She is or she's in her early twenties. It means that she's 2023 years old. She's at the beginning of her 20. So we said like this. She's in her early twenties. Got it number to ease. He's in his late thirties. I think you can understand now. What does it mean? He's He's in his late thirties, which means he's about 37 38 or 39 years old. So when we speak about late thirties, it means that he's actually at the end of this age at the end of this number. Maybe 37 38 or 39. But when we say early, we speak of the beginning off that number Number three. She just turned six. She just turned six, which means she just became six years old. Okay, maybe today it is his birthday or her birthday and now she is six years old. She just turned six. Number four. This is a very nice idiom. Act your age, act your age. When do we use this medium or phrase? Do you have any idea? Have you heard this actually used this when an adult is being immature acting like a child ? Yes. When there's a person special in adult person who's acting like Children and he's childish , we tell him, Come on, act your age. Don't be a child. Sometimes I use it in my classes. Like for example, there is, ah, highest cool person boy in my class and he's acting like Children. Okay, so I tell him, Act your age. Number five is I'm not as young as I used to be. I'm not as young as I used to be. So so many years ago, I was very young, and now I'm not young. I don't have the energy. I'm a little bit old, so we say I'm not as young as I used to be. I'm not over the hill. Iate Very nice phrase. And many students have no idea about the meaning of this phrase. I'm not over the hail yards. I'm not over the hell yet. Which means over the hill here means it's an expression to say old. It's used in some American movies. I'm not over the hell yet. Seven. He's not Spring Chicken, Spring Chicken. I think you can understand the meaning of spring chicken. What's meaning of spring chicken? Spring Chicken is a very young teaching, right? So I'm not sorry he's not. Spring chicken means he's not young. He's old number eighties. She's a She's wise beyond her, actually year. She's young Beyond Hair year. Do you know the meaning of this one? If somebody is wise beyond hair or hazier, it means that she is young, but she has the wisdom of an older person. Yeah, we have some people all around us. They are very young, but they may be act or behave like adults so they are wise beyond their year. Nine. I'm having senior moments, senior, Do you know the meaning of Senior? I'm having senior moment senior, which is the oldest A year, maybe. Ah, top ist great in university senior. I'm having a senior having senior moments. It means being forgetful, um, being forgetful. So if somebody says um, having senior moments. It means that I'm being forget Full. I'm having senior moments. Don't forget this phrase. The last one is he lived to arrive. Old age Hey, lived to arrive. Old age arrived. Do you know the meaning of fry when we think about fruits? Onda after a long time, when it's time to eat them so they are ripe? Yes. So if somebody says that he's he has lived to arrive old age, it means he is very old and a very old age. Okay, that's great. We learned many great sentences to speak about age. If you think you have problems understanding them, come back, I review them. Okay, let's use some of these e g m. Some of these expressions in real situations. My boy is wise beyond his age. He just turned four whole. Perfect is wise beyond his age is young, but he's acting like an adult. Yes, that's perfect. There's a conversation here between wife and husband. The wife says, I'm having senior moments, which means I've bean for get full. That's really bad on, the husband says. Actually, he's not spring chicken, but you still look really beautiful. Yes, he's not spring Chicken Spring chicken means that a person who is very, very young so not spring chicken means a person who is old. Okay, great. Now it's time to use these actually sentence of rises in your speech In the next parts We are green too Improved pronunciation and check the understanding. 12. 4 practice your pronunciation & check yourself: Hello, everybody. We learned lots of great sentences and phrases in this. Listen about age. It's time to repeat a review these sentences and phrases, and it's time to check your understanding and see if you can still remember the meaning of these phrases. Okay, I wanted to repeat these phrases immediately after me. Let's start. She's in her early twenties. She's in her early twenties. He's in his late thirties, is in his late thirties. She just turned six. She just turned six. Act your age actor age. I'm not as young as I used to be. I'm not as young as I used to be. I'm not over the hill yet. I'm not over a hail yet. He's not. Spring chicken is not spring chicken. She's wise beyond her year. She's wise beyond here. I'm having senior moments. I'm having senior moments. He lived to a ripe old age. They left arrive. Old age. Perfect. Now it's time to use some of these phrases on and see how many phrases you can't remember. Let me ask you some questions. Listen carefully, understand the question and answer the phrase that he wants. This expression is used to say that something will certainly happen or that someone will easily do something. What is this phrase? Something that will certainly happen. Or that someone will easily do something that's It's a piece of cake. It's a soon it's a breeze. Yeah, we used these phrases to say that something will certainly happen, or someone will easily do this if something is difficult to deal with and needs careful attention or skill. So what would you say? What is this phrase? Something that is difficult to deal with that needs careful attention or skill. We say it's a bit tricky or it's very demanding, something that is tricky. It needs careful attention or a skill. Did you answer correctly? Good job. 13. Listening , Speaking about Age: In this lesson, we learned ten great expressions about age. Now it's time to improve and practice listening. So guys, listen to what I say. Pause the video, write down what you hear. Play again and see that it takes on the screen. And finally, check your answers. Come on, Jack, stop being semantic door age, you're a disgrace to your family. Come on, Jack stub being semantic or age, you're a disgrace to your family, isn't a complete health condition. I'm sure he will live to a ripe old age. Isn't a complete health condition. I'm sure he'll live to a ripe old age. I always write import on names down in case I have a senior moment. I always write import on names down in case I have a senior moment. Or behaviors display a vast level of wisdom, maturity, and comma, since she's whys behind her ears or behaviors display a vast level of wisdom, maturity, and comma since she's whys behind her years. I'm no spring chicken, so I can't stay out till two. I am drinking and dancing anymore. I'm no spring chicken, so I can't stay out till two, I am drinking and dancing anymore. For ISO think that being 40 men to wear over the hill, but I still feel as useful as ever. Heard. Iso think that being for dementia were over the hill, but I still feel as useful as ever. 14. 5 speaking about shopping : Hello. Everybody will come to this new listen and this. Listen. As you can see, we are going to speak about 10 phrases for shopping deal, love shopping. Most of the women too. I don't know about men, but I myself, I love shopping. But when you go shopping, there are phrases that you must understand. But if you don't snow them, don't worry. Let's start so ego shopping to actually a special shop on and you ask him or hair for special items. And you say, Do you have sports shoes? Do you have baseball caps? Something that you want to buy? Yes, something that you want to check If the seller have So do you have sports shoes? Do you have baseball cab? Do you have I don't snow? Ah, baseball, basketball. Anything goes. So we say, Do you have the object number two e's? Where can I find a good brand Watch? Yes. This is another way to ask people about shopping and about products. Where can I find a good brand? Watch. Where can I find a great brand? Maybe coat? Where can I find maybe, uh very delicious. Paige ity number three. I'm just browsing I'm just browsing. Um, do you have any idea what that means? Browsing. So when you say I'm just browsing, it means that I'm just looking casually. Maybe you don't want to buy something from the shop. You're just browsing or just looking around. You don't want to buy anything? Yes, You're just looking around. I'm just browsing. That's what most of the women do when they go shopping. That's a little bit sometimes disgusting. Number four is I'm looking for Apple Story. Us. I'm looking for me is I'm searching. Come looking for Apple Store. I'm looking for a supermarket. I'm looking for a cafe. Yes, I'm looking for something. Number five. How much is this? We use this phrase to ask about price. How much is this? It's five dot or so. If somebody asks you How much is this? Your answer him. It is $5. We can ask it in a different way. We can say how much does it costs? Ongoing. Nasser. It costs $5. So if somebody says, how much does it cost? You should answer. Each costs $5. Is this on sale? Is this on sale? What does that mean On sale. It's an occasion when goods are sold at a lower price than usual. For example, a clear Ends sale clearance sale. Are these dresses on sale reduced in price? So things are that are on sale there, reduced in price. It's a good idea to buy things on sale, but he should make sure that they have good quality because quality, not quantity. A number. Seventies. Can I tried on? Can I try it on? Can I tried on what does think? I tried on to go to the shop on Do you pick a shirt and then you tell the actually, seller, can I try it on? Use this to ask if you can put on clothing to see if it's the right size. So if you want to actually put on clothing to check if it's the right size, you can say, Can I try it in? Can I try it in? Can I try it in? But I say to refer test. Can I try it in on number eighties? I'll take it. I'll take it. Yes, you go to the shop, you pick up a shirt and you just want to buy it. Then you say you tell the customers, Are you till the sailor that I'll take it? I'll take it Means I'm gonna buy it number Nineties. Do you take credit card sexually? If you don't have cash on, you can tell the other. Actually, uh, sailor, do you take her in the cards? Because I don't have any cash or money. Do you take credit cards? Okay. This is how we ask for questions. And the last one is I'd like to return this. I'd like to exchange this. I'd like to return there sometimes. You don't like the cuss the product that you buy, you say I'd like to attend this. Okay, let's use these phrases in riel situations. You can see she's just looking for nice glasses. She wants to try them on. She wants to check and see if that fits her. If that's the right size, she wants to try them on. And the customer? There is a conversation hit here between the customer and the seller. The customer says, Is this on sale? Which, as I told you before, means reduced in price. Is this on sale on the Siller says, I'm afraid. No. Mom and the customer says, How much is this? And do you take credit cards? Do you take credit cards? Yes, but you have to be careful when you pay by credit card because it's a little sometimes ding chris that you might be actually. Ah, you might fall in big problem. Okay, guys, Perfect. We learn many phrases, try to understand them in the next parts were agreeing to improve pronunciation and actually check understanding. 15. 5 practice your pronunciation & check yourself: however, body we learned lots of sentences about shopping. Now it's time to repeat. Review these phrases on. Check your understanding and see the phrases that you can still remember. Ready? Let's get started. Do you have sports shoes? Do you have sports shoes? Where can I find a good brand? Watch? Where can I find a good brand Watch? I'm just browsing. I'm just browsing. Um, looking for Apple's store. I'm looking for Apple Store. How much is this? How much is this? Is this on sale? Is this on sale? Can I try it on? Can I try it on? I'll take it. I'll take it. Do you take credit cards? Do you take credit cards? I'd like to return this. I like to return this. Perfect. Now let's move to the next part and chick your understanding and the phrases You can still remember An occasion when goods are sold at a lower price than usual. What is this phrase? Remember, the goods are sold at a lower price than usual. We usually say Is this unsayable on sale? Is this on sale? This is a correct question. Next. What phrase? We used to ask if you can put unclothed ing to see if it's there. Right size. Yes, well say, Can I try it on? Which means can I put it on to see if it's the right size? Did you answer these phrases correctly? Great job. If no, come back and review the phrases. And don't forget to practice these phrases questions with your English friends. Good luck. 16. Listening , Shopping : In this lesson, we'll learn ten great phrases about shopping, right? So guys, audio, ready to practice listening? 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. Are really into this shirt. It looks really great on me. How much is it? Are really into this shirt? It looks really great on me. How much is it? We have a wide range of craft beers on sales, including some from our own in-house microbrewery. We have a wide range of craft beers on sales, including some from our own in-house microbrewery. I'm not really looking for something serious, bro. I'm just browsing. I'm not really looking for something serious, bro. I'm just browsing. So what do you think of this code? Would you like to try another one? Now, thanks. I do love this one. I'll take it. So what do you think of this code? Would you like to try another one? Now? Thanks. I do love this one. I'll take it. Excuse me, sir. Where can I find a luxurious restaurant around here, a place where they serve fish and chips. Excuse me, sir. Where can I find a luxurious restaurant around here, a place where they serve fish and chips. Oh, look at this one. I get these fans would fit me but I'm not really certain to write on, sir. Oh, look at this one. I get these bands would fit me, but I'm not really certain. Me, I'd write on Sarah. 17. 6 speaking about food and taste : Hello, everybody. I'm back, as you can see in this picture. Very delicious picture about foods. Are you hungry? And this? Listen, we are going to learn about 10 phrases for speaking and talking about food. Okay, it's time to speak about Hoot What phrases we're going to learn. Let's find out. I'm starving. The first phrase, Um, starving. Which means I'm very, very hungry. When you are very, very hungry. You say I'm star ring. I'm dying because I'm very, very hungry. I cannot wait. Number two. He's Let's grab by to eat. Let's grab a bite to eat. See, hear, grab means Let's take Let's take a bite to eat So to get something to eat to get food that can be eaten quickly. Okay, that's why we say, Let's grab that by to eat. Let's get food that can be eaten quickly. Number three. How about eating out tonight? Actually, we use How about when we are suggesting something? How about the verb? Comes with Angie. How about eating out tonight? Yes. This is a suggestion you can give to your friends or family. How about going out to the restaurant? How about eating out tonight when you eat out, you actually go to a restaurant or fast food or a eat something actually outside. So it out me is eat at a restaurant. Do not forget this it out. Eat at a restaurant. I bought some snacks. I bought some snacks this easy. You, by the past. Off buys, but some snacks. The soup is delicious. Delicious is something that is tasty. When we speak about something that is tasty or has a good taste, we said This is delicious. This soup is delicious. Can I have another helping of potatoes? What does mean? Can I have another helping of potatoes? Can you understand it? Another helping here means another portion. So if somebody says, Can I have another helping of potatoes? It means I want to have another portion. Another portion. Ah, I'll have. When do we say I'll have use this phrase for ordering in a restaurant, for example? You go and sit down at the waiter comes and you tell him I'll have a pizza I'll have in hamburger. It means that I want a hamburger. So don't say I want a hamburger. It's not a usual way to say, say, I'll have in hamburger today or tonight. Could we get the check, please? Yes. When you have finished eating in a restaurant and you want to pay the money, you could speak like this. You could say, Could we get that check, please? Could which could we get the check, please? Yes. Um, fools. Um, full. When you finish your foods, you tell your friend that unfold. It means that I'm satisfied. I don't need any other foods. Okay, Um full a number 10 years arms tuft. I'm stuffed. Also means unfold. I don't have I don't need any other food. It means that I ate a lot. Maybe too much on and I'm stuffed. Yes, I'm stuffed when you have eaten too much. Okay. Great and excellent. Let's use these phrases and sentences in rail situations. Here there is a conversation between man and waiter and a woman. The man says, um starring. Can I have another helping of potatoes? The waiter says Sure. And the woman says, I'll have a pizza, please. So she's ordering a pizza. This is how you order a pizza? I'll have a pizza, please. Here there is a conversation between a woman and man. The woman says The food here in this restaurant is very delicious. The man says, Yeah, I'm really stuffed and I can't eat anymore. Yes, I'm really stuffed, which means that I have eaten too much. There's no other place in my stomach to keep the foods perfect. 18. 6 practice your pronunciation & check yourself: Hello, everybody. We learned lots of great essential phrases about foods. Now it's time to repeat them, review them in pro pronunciation and shake your understanding. Okay, let's get started to repeat the sentences. Phrases exactly. And immediately after me. I'm starving. I'm starving. Let's grab a bite to eat. Let's grab a bite to eat. How about eating out tonight? How about eating out tonight? I bought some snacks. I bought some stacks. This soup is delicious. This is delicious. Can I have another helping off potatoes? Can I have another helping of potatoes? I'll have a pizza. I'll have a visa. Could we get the check, please? Could we get the check, please? I am full. I'm full. I am staffed. I'm stuffed. Great job. Now let's check understanding. What would you say If you want to suggest someone to get out? What is that phrase we usually say? How about eating out tonight? Actually, how about the verb comes with Angie. We use this question phrase to ask. And so just someone to do something. How about reading a book? How about playing football? How about I don't know, watching movie next one? What would you say if you are very hungry and or you ate a lot of food and you can't it anymore. If you're very hungry, we say that I'm starving. But if you ate a lot off food and can't eat anymore, we usually say, Can't remember the phrase we say I'm stuffed. I ate a lot great. 19. Listening , Speaking about food: In this lesson, we learned ten great phrases to speak about food. Yes. So out of your way to improve 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. No more for me saying I'm stopped. Could I please have the bill, ma'am? No more for me. Thanks. I'm stuffed. Could I please have the bill, mom? Thanks for this delicious food. It was out of this world. Could you please get the check? Thanks for this delicious food. It was out of this world. Could you please get the check? A token other helping up dessert. I guess the guy was starving to death. A token other helping up dessert. I guess the guy was starving to death. On but hunger, let's grab a bite, man, what do you say? Good idea. How about eating it? That fast food restaurant. But hunger, let's grab a bite, man, what do you say? Good idea. How about eating it? That fast food restaurant. I'd like to have a sandwich, something light. I had to wake up early tomorrow for work. I'd like to have a sandwich, something light. I had to wake up early tomorrow for work.