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How To Pronounce Difficult Words Like A Native Speaker
Pronouncing words correctly is difficult for most people. There are thousands of words in English that take time to pronounce and learn. This article will help you to articulate every word with accuracy and easy like a native speaker.
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Why one word responses in English are often considered rude, learn why
Have you ever been in a conversation where someone gave a one-word response to your question? One word responses are often received with a rude context, read on to learn why.
When it comes to making a mistake or hurting someone’s feelings, saying “sorry” can be difficult. However, saying sorry in the right way can make all the difference. Whether you are a student of English or a business professional, it is important to learn how to apologize with empathy and compassion Feeling Sorry For Someone, What To Say Instead Of Sorry, I Apologize For My Actions, Ways To Apologize, How To Say Sorry, Ways To Say Sorry, Making Amends, Say Sorry
10 Ways to Say Sorry With Empathy in English and Show Truly You Mean it
When it comes to making a mistake or hurting someone’s feelings, saying “sorry” can be difficult. However, saying sorry in the right way can make all the difference. Whether you are a student of English or a business professional, it is important to learn how to apologize with empathy and compassion
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The Art of Confrontation: Turning a Negative into a Positive
Confrontation is a difficult and often uncomfortable situation for many people. It can be especially daunting for those of us in the English-speaking world, where the use of language can make all the difference in how a confrontation plays out. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
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Turning a Negative into a Positive: The Art of Delivering Bad News
Delivering bad news is never easy. Whether you’re in a professional or personal setting, it can be hard to find the right words to convey a negative message.
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5 Effective Tips to Politely Say No (that actually work!)
We’ve all been in a situation at some point in our lives when we need to say no. Whether it’s a job offer, a request from a colleague, or a demand from a customer, knowing how to politely decline without sounding rude is an important skill to have.
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I’m Sorry, I Can’t Make It In – 10 Ways to Politely Tell Someone You’re Sick in English
When you’re feeling under the weather, it can be tricky to find the right way to express your sickness to someone else. You don’t want to seem overly dramatic or be too casual about it.
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Ten Ways to Deliver a No Without Saying the Word
At some point in our careers, we may be faced with the challenge of having to deliver a ‘no’ without using the word itself. It can be a delicate situation, and knowing the right way to respond is key. If you’re an adult in business looking for a guide on how to deliver a no without saying the word, then this blog post is for you!
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5 Tips for Developing Effective English Listening Skills for Restaurants or Hotel Customer Service
If you are working in the restaurant or hotel industry and English is your second language, it can be difficult to understand customers when they speak. Developing effective English listening skills is key for customer service excellence.
5 Tips for Developing Effective English Listening Skills for Restaurants or Hotel Customer Service
If you are working in the restaurant or hotel industry and English is your second language, it can be difficult to understand customers when they speak. Developing effective English listening skills is key for customer service excellence.
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Essential Business Email Communication Phrases for Non-Native English Speakers
Are you a non-native English speaker who is new to the world of business communication? Are you looking for some guidance on how to effectively use English in your emails? If so, you’ve come to the right place.
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How to Say No Politely in English Customer Service Situations
Customer service situations often require us to know how to say no, but the way in which we do it can make a huge difference in how the customer receives it. Knowing how to say no politely in English customer service situations can be a valuable tool for anyone working in hospitality, restaurants, hotels, or customer service. How to say no effectively and correctly can be an essential tool for working with English speaking guests.
Having difficulty understanding your guests? Breaking the language barrier can be intimidating, but with the right phrases you can ask guests to repeat themselves without making them feel frustrated or unheard. Breaking Barriers, Language Barrier, Understanding Yourself
Breaking Barriers: Simple Phrases to Help You Ask Guests to Repeat Themselves
Having difficulty understanding your guests? Breaking the language barrier can be intimidating, but with the right phrases you can ask guests to repeat themselves without making them feel frustrated or unheard.
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The Hidden Secret Holding Back Your Progress: Not Knowing My English Level
Have you ever found yourself wanting to improve your English but feeling stuck because you don’t know where to begin? Asking yourself “what is my English level” ? Many students face this hidden barrier to progress: not knowing their current English level. It can be difficult to make meaningful progress in English when you don’t understand how far you’ve come and what you need to work on.
Have you ever been working in a restaurant or hotel and apologized to a customer for the wait, only to be met with a blank stare? Saying “sorry for the wait” effectively can save lots of negative emotions with guests! Working In A Restaurant, Blank Stare, Lost In Translation, Saying Sorry, Negative Emotions, A Restaurant
Are You Lost in Translation? Say Sorry for the Wait with Confidence
Have you ever been working in a restaurant or hotel and apologized to a customer for the wait, only to be met with a blank stare? Saying “sorry for the wait” effectively can save lots of negative emotions with guests!