REAL LIFE ENGLISH | Speak English Like a Native Speaker

In this lesson, you will learn how to speak fluently in English and use the words and expressions used by native English speakers. This is episode 1 of the “Real Life English” series. By following this series, you will increase your confidence and your ability to answer questions in English without being nervous.

  1. Dependable
    1. Definition: Trustworthy and reliable; capable of being trusted or depended on
    2. Example Sentence: Her boss said that she was a very dependable assistant.
    3. Tip: This word can be used all the time.
  2. Exuberant
    1. Definition: Joyously unrestrained and enthusiastic
    2. Example Sentence: He has such an exuberant personality.
    3. Tip: Be careful when pronouncing this word. The “ex” at the beginning sounds like “eggs”.
  3. Reserved
    1. Definition: Restrained in words and actions
    2. Example Sentence: My friend is more reserved than I am, but she loves being around people.
    3. Tip: This word can be used for people and for animals.
  4. Ride or die
    1. Definition: [Slang] It refers to extreme loyalty to someone or something; when you are willing to do anything for someone you love or someone you really appreciate in your life
    2. Example Sentence: My best friend will always be my ride or die.
    3. Tip: You can use this expression to describe someone that is extremely loyal to you.
  5. Self-assured
    1. Definition: Confident in one’s own abilities or character
    2. Example Sentence: The new employees could tell that their boss was a very self-assured and confident leader.
    3. Tip: This can be used to compliment or insult someone, so be careful how you use it.

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Ye Yint Aung
Ye Yint Aung
1 year ago

I love learning English with you because you are so systematic and exuberant.

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