How often do you interrupt people while they are talking? Are there polite ways to interrupt someone? I get this question a lot. Well, it may be rude sometimes, but also useful because you may want to interrupt someone who’s been talking for too long and you don’t see a point in listening; or simply because they’ve started talking about irrelevant matters. So, before you interrupt someone, think about your reason. Is it justified? If it is, and you decide to go ahead, always try to interrupt politely. Here is how to interrupt politely in English.
It is not a secret that if you want to master the English language, you have to be acquainted with a wide range of phrases you can use to express something. The English language has a very developed phraseology and in this blog post, I will try to help you learn some very useful phrases for making, accepting and refusing invitations in English so that your English gets even closer to native.
How often have you come across a situation when you had to ask for advice? It’s probably daily. I suppose your friends and relatives ask you for advice all the time, as well. And I’m sure you get by with these phrases in your native language. But do you know how to ask for and give advice in English? Let’s look at some useful phrases which can help you do that.
How many times have you complained about your food or drinks in a restaurant, a hotel, maybe even a travel agency or at work? I’m sure you know how to complain in your native language. But, do you know how to complain in English? In case you’re not quite sure, Here are some useful and effective ways to complain in English.