Making and responding to a request

It's important to be polite when you ask for something. You can make a request by using: Can you...? Could you...? Will you...? Would you mind...? Here are some examples of how to make a request. Can you Will you Could you possibly open...

Talking about ability

How to express ability To express that someone has the power or skill to do something, can and be able are used. Examples I can't help you.I am busy. I'm unable to help you. When I was young I was able to earn...

Expressing Your Opinion

Expressing opinion I think... As far as I'm concerned... As far as I understand / can see/see it... To my mind... According to me... As I see it... It seems to me that... In my point of view / my opinion... From my...

Making and responding to suggestions

Suggestions The following English phrases and expressions are all used to make suggestions and give advice to people. Making suggestions Let’s revise our lessons. What about going to the cinema tonight? How about playing cards? Why don't we do our...

Expressing Probability

Expressing probability or improbability See the difference between probability and possibility. There are many ways to say that something will probably or improbably happen. Probability / improbability ... may might can could ... ... will probably It's probable improbable likely unlikely that ...     I doubt suppose guess ... will... 'd be surprised if....   Perhaps May be ... will ... Examples of probability: It is...

Expressing prohibition

To express prohibition the following expressions are used. To express prohibition you can use: It is prohibited to ... You aren’t allowed to ... You mustn’t... You aren’t permitted to ... It is forbidden to ... Examples Parking is strictly prohibitedbetween these gates. Students aren't allowed to come too late to school. Drivers mustn'tpark their cars here. It is...

Talking about likes and dislikes

To talk about your likes and dislikes, you can use these expressions.

Complaining – Talking about Complaints

Complaints are expressions of "displeasure or annoyance" in response to an action that is seen by the speaker as unfavorable. Talking about complaints.

Expressing lack of necessity (Absence of obligation)

Expressing lack of necessity To express lack of necessity (also called absence of obligation), speakers usually use "don't have to", “don't need to", "needn't”. The form that we use to express lack of necessity could be...

15 từ viết tắt thường gặp trong Tiếng Anh

  Wanna (Want + to): muốn làm gì đó I wanna/don’t wanna go home. Tớ muốn/không muốn đi về nhà. Do you wanna see a movie? Cậu muốn xem phim không? Gonna (Going + to): sẽ I’m not gonna tell you. Tớ sẽ không nói cho cậu đâu. Where...