We are initiating a new domain of English which will build your English conversation as well as grammar.
Date- January 10th, 2016
🔴 Daily Conversations:
♦️4. Starting and Ending a Conversation (Part 1 of 2)
🔸4.1 When you attract somebody's attention
🔹Madam! or Ma'am!
🔸4.2 When you invite a person to talk
🔹May I have a word with you?
🔹Can I talk to you?
🔹Can I talk to you for a minute?
🔹Do you have a minute?
🔹Can we talk?
🔹I need to talk.
🔹We need to talk.
🔹There's something I need to tell you.
🔹There's something I think you should know.
🔸4.3 When you start a conversation with a person who has just appeared
🔹We were just talking about you.
🔹I've been just thinking about you.
🔹Speak of the devil.
🔸4.4 When you start an unpleasant conversation
🔹This may be unpleasant, but I should tell you.
🔹I hate to tell you this, but we've got a problem.
🔹 I wish I didn't have to tell you this, but there is a problem.
🔹I don't know how to tell you this, but the project is in trouble.
🔹You might not like what I have to say, but I have some bad news.
🔹I don't mean to be rude, but you should hear this.
🔹I don't want to upset you, but you should know this.
🔹I don't want to alarm you, but we are in trouble.
🔹I hate to rain on your parade, but things have gone sour.
🔹I hate to burst your bubble, but we are losing competition.
🔸4.5 When you want to ask a question
🔹Excuse me for asking...
🔹I have a question.
🔹Do you mind if I ask you something?
🔹Can I ask you something?
🔹It's none of my business, but...
🔸4.6 When you make somebody listen to you
🔹Listen to me.
🔹Hear me out.
🔹Now hear this!
🔹Are you listening to me?
🔹Are you paying attention?
🔹Do you hear me?
🔹I'm talking to you.
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