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how to introduce and react to news

how to introduce and react to news

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  • 1. GIVING GOOD AND BAD NEWS
  • 2. INTRODUCING GOOD NEWS  I’ve got some/a bit of good news to tell you  I’m really pleased to tell you…  You’ll never get what.  I’ve got something great to tell you  Guess what!
  • 3. REACTING TO GOOD NEWS  Great!/Fantastic/Superb/Brilliant!  That’s fantastic! Congratulations.  You’re kidding! That’s amazing!  What a surprise!  How nice/fantastic!  That’s great news  Wow, (that sounds exciting/great!)  Oh, you lucky thing!  How very surprising!
  • 4. INTRODUCING BAD NEWS
  • 5. REACTING TO BAD NEWS  I’m really/extremely/so sorry to hear that.  That’s a shame!/What a shame!  Oh my God…  That’s awful!  That’s a pity/ What a pity!  How upsetting/terrible!  I’m ever so sorry  Oh dear,(oh no)  That’s terrible  My goodness  Poor you
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