Imagine that you're having a conversation with a friend in English, and they say something like, "I hate peanut butter." How do you respond to that? Is it "Me, either," "Me, too," or "Me, neither"?
These phrases can be really confusing to English learners, and they often use them incorrectly.
I've taken all of my Instagram (@empowerenglish, if you want to follow me there) video lessons for you and put them into one video so that you can learn how to use these phrases properly.
When you're studying for the IELTS, TOEFL, or you just want to improve your conversational English, you may feel like giving up. However, you have to keep persevering, or working toward your goal. Here are some idioms to improve your vocabulary about perseverance that you can use to up ("Up" is used as a verb here.) your vocabulary score and your confidence.
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When you're in your next meeting or presentation, listen for the idioms in the video below that use the words "give" and "take." They'll help you to understand the flow of the conversation. Then try to use them in your emails, presentations, or in your conversations with your colleagues to improve your English!
It's important to know how and whether to emphasize nationalities in different situations.
Stop apologizing to people for not speaking perfect English! Instead, embrace (hug, accept) the fact that you're an English language learner. Don't let your mistakes stop you from improving. Get out there, and make friends who speak English. Practice English out loud by yourself. You're not going to improve as quickly or as well as you want to unless you allow yourself to make mistakes.