Hello!

When learning another language, it's easy to make the mistake of being a little bit rude, since you might not be aware of the phrases that sound "polite" and "impolite" to native speakers.

You already know to say “Please”, “Thank you,” and “Excuse me” - but here are 15 more phrases for expressing yourself politely in English!
 
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Polite English is especially important if you're learning English for your job or career.

You want to have good relationships with coworkers, make a positive impression on clients, and sound pleasant during interviews.

If you'd like to learn more English phrases that are specifically for professional situations, check out my Business English Course.

Inside this course, you'll learn...
  • How to make presentations
  • Phrases for negotiations and interviews
  • What to say during meetings
  • Best practices for letters and e-mails
  • ...and much more.
When you know the phrases that are typically used at work, you can speak English with more confidence on the job.

Enjoy today's lesson, and have a great day!
 - Shayna 
More information about the Business English Course
Speaking
Business
Listening
Confusing Words
Vocabulary
Phrasal Verbs
Idioms
1000 Collocations
Pronunciation
Grammar
Complete Program
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