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Diplomatic English
Diplomatic English
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English for Travel and Tourism
First impressions count when dealing with customers and it's important to be polite.
In this lesson, you will:
See how the modal verbs 'can', 'could' and 'may' make what you say more polite and professional.
Learn the sound patterns of some useful, common expressions.
I hope you enjoy this lesson and that it helps make your communication more effective.
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I heard this quote today and thought I'd share it.
A little #motivation  for those #learningenglish  
#phrasalverbs   "go against" & "take off"
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Dydd Gwyl Dewi Hapus! Or Happy St David’s Day.

St David’s Day is the feast day of Saint David, the patron saint of Wales. 

There are two official languages in Wales: Welsh and English.
Did you know that the English word dad (meaning father) and penguin are derived from Welsh?
#StDavidsDay   #englishlanguage   #WorldEnglish  
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What are your plans for this weekend? I'm visiting some friends in London.
#englishgrammar   #englishlanguage   #itsfriday   #englishteacheronline  

In English, we use the present continuous to talk about plans we have for the future if we have already taken some action towards it. I bought train tickets to London yesterday and I have booked a hotel for Saturday night so I can use the present continuous.

What are your plans? Use the present continuous to share them.

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Confused about the English tenses?
Then don't watch this!

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I have an interesting grammar question: A student asked me today whether we should say 'simpler' or 'more simple'. What do you think? If you wish, put your explanation as a comment.
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