When you’re talking to someone, there are times when you want to offer something, even if it’s just a little bit of help. In this post I’ll give you three different ways to make offers and examples that include ways to accept or decline them.
Today I am ill so today’s post is a bit late. I also realised that I have never put up a post about feeling ill, only how to say what’s wrong. Let’s take some paracetamol (a kind of medicine) and lie on the sofa with our duvet and feel sorry for ourselves.
This post has the Business English graphic but really, it’s for anybody who needs to use banks in English. Vocabulary open an account When you want to start using a bank you have to open an account, which is a section of a bank database that says how much money you have available. close an … [Read more…]
Last week I showed you some phrasal verbs with ‘pop’. Today I’ll show you some phrasal verbs with ‘drop’. Drop off Fall asleep I can never fall asleep at night but I have no problem dropping off in college classes. It takes me an hour before I drop off to sleep at night. Take someone … [Read more…]