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What do you have to be ecstatic about today? :-)

English has lots of ways of describing this kind of feeling.
Maybe you're in seventh heaven or on cloud nine?
Perhaps you feel as pleased as punch or even chuffed to bits?
Or you could simply be overjoyed, elated or just thrilled.

Whatever it is that makes you happy today, make sure you savour the moment.
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Do you have to use English at work? How can you build more connections and feel more confident with your English? Try using more phrasal verbs.
Learn 3 useful phrasal verbs to use in business in this video. 

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What do you do if you don't understand someone in English?
Do you ask the person to repeat what they said or just keep quiet?
In this video I teach you some informal and formal ways to ask someone to repeat something. 

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Want to know how to start a conversation in English?
What should you say first? How do you continue the conversation in a natural way?
Find out in this video lesson!
http://bit.ly/2eP8qJv
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3 ways to be indirect or 'softer' in English.
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Advise vs advice, watch the new lesson :) https://youtu.be/umL5H_CMVEs

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Do you know a British way to say this sentence :

Mary and John have been going steady for six months.
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