You can call me ‘Although’, though my name is ‘Even though’.
That’s not necessarily true. I’m not so sure I agree. I don’t know that I agree. That’s not always true. By partially disagreeing or using indirect, tentative language, we can soften our message and ensure we don’t offend our listener.
Maybe we could get back to… Maybe we could talk about… Why don’t we move on to…? Using one of these expressions makes for a smooth transition between topics.
I was wondering if you’d like to… Would you like to…? If you’re free on (day/date),…/If you aren’t doing anything on (day/date)…
I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to… I’m sorry, I didn’t know… I apologise. That was my fault.
You may/might want to consider… It might be a good idea to… Have you thought about…? Saying “you should” could be too direct, especially if we’re talking to a supervisor, a client, or someone we don’t know very well.
There are certain verbs, nouns, adjectives and participles that take the particular prepositions after them. It displays fitness in language. Your grammatical accuracy and range is often tested in International English Exams. Practise using these phrases in sentences, especially while writing and speaking, with suitable examples.
Here you learn how to put an end to the conversation.
I’m very sorry, but… Unfortunately,… I’m afraid that… We typically use these statements to alert our listener that bad news is coming.
These are some of the phrases you should consider including while writing or speaking (describing) a Graph.
After writing an essay, before submitting it for correction you should consider including some of these phrases in the essay wherever necessary. This habit will finally result it you being able to write essays with appropriate phrases.
Learn some phrases that help you to speak English Better.
When there are no rules followed a cricketer finds it difficult to play with the team. Because the rules form a common ground to protect the player and ease the learning process for a learner of the game. Similarly, grammar forms a common ground on which a user of the language is able to express himself/herself clearly and the new learner finds it easy to learn the language. Therefore it it necessary to learn the language and its grammar rules immaculately.