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Most of us know how to express a negative opinion, right? We use sentences like: ‘I don’t agree with that..’, ‘I don’t like that shirt’, ‘I have seen better’, etc.
What I’d like to explore today though is the way we should introduce the unpleasant thought. How do we get the listener ready for the blow? The following sentences are used to express something that will most probably bother or offend another person. We use these expressions as a warning signal that something negative will be said.
Read It: It’s your turn. Read the sentences out loud. Have you ever tried recording your voice & playing it back. It’s great practice. Articulate to communicate!
Speak It: Discuss what you’ve read with your teacher or classmates. Create role-plays using the expressions above. Here are a few scenarios that could inspire you:
Share this post with a friend & suggest creating a few role-plays together. Practice speaking English today!
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