Chapter 5- 10 useful phrases to Improve Daily English communication
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10 useful phrases to Improve Daily English communication
1) On Top of that: This phrase is used to adding anything important during communication. It work as ‘ALSO’.
E.g: HR to Job Seeker: Tell me about yourself.
Job Seeker to HR: I was a 5 Star Hotel manger for 3 years & I’m a Hard Worker. On top of that, I can speak 3 languages.
2) I didn’t mean that: This phrase is used during communication when someone take your words in wrong meaning and you wanted to say, You are not getting my words.
E.g: A: You’re very big.
B: You mean to say I am fat.
A: No, I didn’t mean that. I meant you’re tall.
3) Do you mind If I join you: This phrase is used to ask for permission when you wanted to be with someone.
E.g: Boy to Girl during Eating lunch: Do you mind If I join you ?
Girl to Boy: No, I don’t mind. Please, have it.
4) Chip in: This phrase is not so common and used during contribution of money.
5) Drop Someone off: If you are taking someone to a place and you will leave him there. You can ask can I you off ?
6) You shouldn’t have: This phrase is usually used during receiving gift on occasion and this phrase is used to show appreciation when receiving a gift.
E.g: Boy to Girl: I bought this watch for you.
Girl: ooooooo, It is so cute. Thank you, But you shouldn’t have.
7) The day After tomorrow: Most of time, we use ‘Tomorrow after tomorrow’. But, It is wrong. We should use the day after tomorrow.
E.g: Boy to Girl: Congratulations, We are getting married in 2 days.
Girl to boy: So the day after tomorrow, you will be my Husband.
8) Take turns: When you are going to do work in shifts.
E.g; Last year, My husband and I both worked, So we took turns cooking dinner.
9) Remind someone to: This phrase is used to say something to help someone remember.