Tag: SPEAKING

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...

Making an Appointment

Making an appointment Being able to make and cancel an appointment is an important skill in English. You need to be able to: make an appointment, respond...

Introducing yourself and other people

Introducing yourself and others There is a range of ways to introduce yourself and people. Introducing yourself Here are expressions to introduce yourself: My name is ... I'm .... Nice...

Expressing Thanks and Gratitude

How to express thanks and gratitude This page will present different ways of expressing thanks and gratitude in English. You express thanks to tell someone that you...

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...

Expressing Possibility

What is the difference between possibility and probability? Possibility is when there is a chance that something may happen or be true while probability is the likelihood of...

Tongue Twisters with audio – Bài tập “Líu Lưỡi” bạn có...

Bài tập dạng này mình tạm gọi là "Líu lưỡi". Với những dạng bài tập kiểu này, thật khó để phát âm đúng vì...

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...

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...

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...