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Express In English

  1. 1. Express Yourself InEnglish<br />By VanSight<br />
  2. 2. COPYRIGHT 2009 VANSIGHT division of Synbiz Solutions Pvt Ltd<br />No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or for any purpose without the express permission of VanSight Division of Synbiz Solutions Pvt Ltd. The information contained herein may be changed without prior notice.<br />VanSight is trademark of Synbiz Solutions Pvt Ltd. All other product and service names mentioned and associated logos displayed are the trademarks of their respective companies. <br />Data contained in this document serves informational and educational purposes only. The information in this document is proprietary to Synbiz Solutions Pvt Ltd. <br />This product contains training material for English or Soft Skills or Personality Development. Synbiz assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in this document. Synbiz does not warrant the accuracy or completeness of the information, text, graphics, links, or other items contained within this material. This document is provided without a warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement.<br />
  3. 3. Introduction<br />These expressions in their variety are meant to help you enrich your spoken and Written repertoire. It is not really a handicap to learn some of them by heart on condition that You frequently use them while talking to your classmates or friends or even some English-Speaking people. Gradually those expressions become yours and you will use them normally <br />The more you practice them, the better you master them. Take it for granted that The language is first and foremost a means of communication. The more you practice it the More you become perfect. Finally, remember that the world would understand and appreciate What you say if you said it in the right way. <br />3<br />
  4. 4. Gap fillers<br />4<br />For speaking only<br />I mean....<br />You see....<br />Well, let me see...<br />Look! <br />Listen!<br />If you see what I mean!<br />Do you see what I mean?<br />Let’s get this into perspective.<br />Watch it!<br />Picture this. <br />Look here!<br />All right!<br />Is that clear enough?<br />
  5. 5. Opinion<br />5<br />Asking for Opinion <br />I was wondering where you stood on the question of immigration? <br />What&apos;s your position on global warming? <br />What&apos;s your opinion of my cooking? <br />What do you think of love? <br />How do you feel about building a space prison for criminals? <br />
  6. 6. Opinion<br />6<br />Giving Opinion <br />In my opinion the consequences of global warming will be fatal. <br />As far as I&apos;m concerned love is the noblest feeling. <br />From my point of view, poverty could be fought with solidarity. <br />
  7. 7. Opinion<br />7<br />As I see it, you are getting better. <br />I think / reckon / presume / gather it will get worse with time. <br />It would seem to me that technologies will control us sooner or later. <br />It seems to me that democracy is the solution for developing countries. <br />
  8. 8. Opinion<br />8<br />I believe politics should be more human... <br />I figure that we are doomed to protect our planet before it is too late. <br />To my mind cloning should be restricted. <br />According to me Euthanasia should be banned. <br /> What I think / mean / believe is that developed countries are selfish. <br />I mean that they don&apos;t try to help poor countries. <br />I may venture that they are extremely sadist. <br />As for me they like to be at top of the world. <br />
  9. 9. Agreeing with an opinion <br />9<br /> Agreeing with an opinion<br />My view about this is positive. <br />I agree with this idea. <br />I agree completely with this idea. <br />I can&apos;t agree more. <br />I agree. <br />This idea is absolutely right. <br />I couldn&apos;t agree more on this. <br /> I think this idea is perfect. <br />
  10. 10. Partial agreement or polite disagreement <br />10<br />I agree partially with this idea. <br />This idea is partially right. <br />I see what you mean, but some ……... <br />That&apos;s one way of looking at it, but …. <br />I see your point, but technology…. <br />I agree with you, but developing countries …. <br />I think this idea is possible, but rich countries ….. <br />I&apos;m not sure you&apos;re right there. <br />I&apos;m not sure that I agree with this idea. <br /> The project is feasible, but it needs some more efforts. <br />
  11. 11. Disagreeing with an opinion <br />11<br />I think it is a bad idea. <br />I&apos;m afraid I can&apos;t agree with this idea. <br />I&apos;m afraid I entirely disagree with you. <br />I think this idea is impossible. <br />I guess this idea is impractical. <br />I see that this idea is bad. <br />I think it is a bad idea. <br />I don&apos;t agree with this idea. <br />I suppose this idea cannot be implemented. <br />
  12. 12. Advice<br />12<br />Random Examples <br />If I were you, I wouldn’t buy this old computer. <br />Why don&apos;t you stay at home and watch TV? <br />You&apos;d better go to bed early. <br />You ought to revise your lessons regularly. <br />If you take my advice, you&apos;ll tell your parents the truth. <br />You should drive slowly in town. <br />It might be a good idea to put on your coat. It&apos;s cold outside. <br />You should consider taking the keys before you leave. <br />
  13. 13. Declining to give advice <br />13<br />I don&apos;t know what to advise, I&apos;m afraid. <br />I wish I could suggest something, but I can&apos;t. <br />I wish I could help. <br />I&apos;m afraid I can&apos;t really help you. I have the same problem myself. <br />
  14. 14. Suggestion<br />14<br />Making suggestions <br />Let’s revise our lessons. <br />What about going to the cinema tonight? <br />How about playing cards? <br />Why don&apos;t we do our homework? <br />Couldn&apos;t we invite your mother to our party? <br />Shall we have…..? <br />What would you say to a cup of coffee? <br />Don&apos;t you think …. <br />Does it matter if we use your car? <br />
  15. 15. Suggestion<br />15<br />Accepting Suggestions<br />Ok. Yes, let&apos;s. <br />Yes, I&apos;d like to <br />Yes, I&apos;d love to. <br />What a good idea! <br />Why not? <br />Yes, with pleasure. <br />Yes, I feel like taking a walk. <br />
  16. 16. Suggestion<br />16<br />Disagreeing <br />No, let&apos;s not. <br />No, I&apos;d rather not. <br />I don&apos;t feel like it. <br />I dislike doing homework. <br />What an awful idea! <br />
  17. 17. Offers<br />17<br />Making Offers: <br />Can I help you? <br />What shall I do for you? <br />Would you like me to check this computer for errors? <br />Shall I bring you a glass of water? <br />I&apos;ll buy you a coke. Shall I? <br />What/ Where/ Which ... Would you like me to...? <br />Do you want me to post that letter for you? <br />I’ll be glad to help? <br />
  18. 18. offer<br />18<br />Accepting an offer: <br />How kind of you! Thank you very much. <br />That’s very good of you! <br />That’s terribly kind,. Thank you very much. <br />Yes, please do. <br />What a good idea! <br />Yes, please. <br />Thanks. That would be excellent. <br />Yes. <br />
  19. 19. offer<br />19<br />Refusing or rejecting an offer: <br />It’s all right thanks. I can manage that alone! <br />No, thank you. But I am very grateful <br />That’s awfully kind, but there’s no need. <br />No, please don&apos;t bother. <br />No, thank you. <br />
  20. 20. Invitation<br />20<br />Inviting <br />I was wondering whether you would stay for dinner. <br />I&apos;m going to my uncle&apos;s wedding party next Sunday. Would you like to come, too? <br />Come along! <br />Why don&apos;t you come? <br />Will you come, too? <br />You must come over? <br />You must pay us a visit. <br />You must come back some time. <br />We must get in touch... <br />I&apos;ll give you a call and fix something. <br />Look me up next time you are around (here). <br />
  21. 21. Invitation<br />21<br />Accepting the invitation <br />Ok. I&apos;d like to! <br />Well, I&apos;m free then. Thank you. I&apos;d like to come. <br />Well, I&apos;m not doing anything then. I&apos;ll come. Thanks. <br />I am not doing anything special then. Thank you. I&apos;d like to come. <br />Ok! <br />
  22. 22. Invitation<br />22<br />Refusing the invitation <br /> I&apos;m afraid I can&apos;t. I&apos;m busy then. <br />I&apos;m sorry but I can&apos;t. I&apos;m going somewhere that day. <br />I&apos;m sorry I have a headache.<br />
  23. 23. Complaining<br />23<br />Making a Complaint<br />I have a complaint to make. ......... <br />I&apos;m sorry to say this but........ <br />I want to complain about........... <br />I&apos;m afraid I&apos;ve got a complaint about....<br />I&apos;m angry about....<br />
  24. 24. Complaining<br />24<br />Responding to a complaint <br />I&apos;m so sorry, but this will never occur again. <br />I&apos;m sorry, I promise never to... <br />I&apos;m really sorry; I&apos;ll do my utmost / best not to...........<br />
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