Listening on your own? By Ana Sierra

Listening on your own? When I was a little girl, I was made to study English as my second language, and I hated it. It was really boring, I was taught lots of grammar rules and writing, but I was never made to speak! So after many years of studying, I couldn’t say a word

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Casual Polite Greeting #3: How’s Everything? -by Katheryn Reilly

Ready for your next casual polite greeting? How’s everything? How’s everything is a casual polite greeting that is used to ask casually about another person’s life.  It is used to greet a person you already know, and should not be used to greet a stranger.  The greeting “How’s everything” can also be replaced with “How

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Casual Polite Greeting #5: Good to see you -by Kathryn Reilly

Good to see you. This greeting is a statement rather than a question.  Of the other polite greetings listed here, it is the most formal.  It can be used casually and followed by a smile or hug, or used formally followed by a handshake.  Sometimes, the word “nice” is used instead of the word “good”

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Polite Greetings in the English Language – by Kathryn Reilly

Polite Greetings Greeting someone with Casual Polite English Greetings is the first step to making a good first impression.  While you likely know “Hello” and “How are you”, these very casual greetings may not be quite right for every type of encounter.  You should use polite greetings  when meeting someone for the first time, when greeting

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Practice with Polite Greetings – by Kathryn Reilly

It is time for casual polite greetings practice.  Kathryn is back to test your learning. Please don’t disappoint her. Cop and paste your answers to the comments. Are you ready?   Welcome back! Nice job! You made it through all of the polite greetings. Well, that’s not all of them but it is the main

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Casual polite greeting #1 – Hey There! by Katheryn Reilly

Remember those casual polite greetings we told you about yesterday? As we promised, here is the first one: Hey there! This greeting is very casual and used typically between individuals that are already acquainted, and may have met before several times.  It is most often used by younger individuals when speaking to others similar in

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