Use this phrase when you need someone to repeat a sentence or at least a word. You can also use the phrase: “Could you say that again please?” Please – please – can be put either at the end of the sentence or right after “you”. Could you please repeat that? Could you repeat that, […]Continue Reading
I DON’T UNDERSTAND.
Use this phrase when you don’t understand what the other person said or what exactly they meant by the message. Sorry, I don’t understand. This seems very confusing!Continue Reading
I’M LEARNING ENGLISH.
Use this simple phrase to tell others that English is not your first language. And if you’re just starting out, you can add the phrase “just started”. I just started learning English. My name is John and I’m learning English.Continue Reading
WHAT’S YOUR PHONE NUMBER?
If you intend to stay in touch with the person you’ve just met, you can use this phrase to ask them for their phone number. You can also use email instead of a phone number. Similarly, you can use the more informal “Can I get your …?” “Can I get your phone number?” It would […]Continue Reading