7 THINGS EVERY ENGLISH LEARNER SHOULD AVOID SAYING IN 2024

By watching this video lesson, you will learn 7 things that you must stop saying in order to achieve English fluency.

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7 THINGS TO AVOID

1.”My English is bad.”

    • Reason: This phrase undermines your confidence and may discourage conversation.
    • Alternative: “I’m still learning English, so please bear with me.”

2. “It’s too difficult.”

    • Reason: This phrase can discourage others and limit personal growth.
    • Alternative: “I find it challenging, but I’m willing to figure it out.”

3. “I’ll try.”

    • Reason: This phrase leaves room for doubt and uncertainty.
    • Alternative: “I will do my best.”

4. “It’s impossible.”

    • Reason: This phrase can indicate a closed mindset and lack of creativity.
    • Alternative: “It seems challenging, but let me look for possible solutions.”

5. “I don’t need help.”

    • Reason: This phrase can prevent others from offering assistance or support.
    • Alternative: “Thank you, I appreciate your offer. I could use some help with this.”

6. “I’m not good at English.”

    • Reason: This phrase limits your own belief in your language-learning abilities.
    • Alternative: “I’m still developing my language skills, but I’m determined to improve.”

7. “I’ll do it later.”

    • Reason: This phrase can lead to procrastination and unfinished tasks.
    • Alternative: “I’ll start on it now” or “I’ll set a specific time to do it.”

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Mark
1 month ago

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