Learning to speak English fluently is a process which begins with knowing how to use common expressions.
These are words which have been used by English native speakers for years and have come to be accepted as good English grammar.
As an English learner making the habit of using these words when communicating on a day to day basis can greatly improve your coherence and fluency in the language.
Examples of common expressions include;
As illustrated the word I’m consists of two words which have been shortened, the words are I and am.
When speaking most English speakers prefer to shorten words in order to make the conversation run smoothly.
The phrase in general connotes that the person speaking is in the process of making a call and is an introductory phrase when a person is about top state what they are trying to communicate.
The phrase is usually followed by a verb and here are some examples to illustrate the use of this common expression.
The expression by itself does not state something specific that the speaker is doing.
However, if it is used in conjunction with other verbs to explain further what is being done, it can prove to be a very effective tool in communication.
It is used to express a real and ongoing action which may be either physical or a mental action.
Here are a few examples to illustrate the use of the expression when used in sentences;
As illustrated in the sentences often verbs are used in conjunction with the words and come immediately after the use of the phrase.
The expression is used to illustrate a feeling of regret, somberness and sympathy.
They are sometimes used as an expression of courtesy and kindness and symbolize the empathy the speaker has towards the situation or person involved.
The expression is usually used to dignify a state of sympathy and empathy.
It can be used in place of I’m sorry to have to.
When using this expression the speaker also tries to express that what he or she is saying is also difficult for them to say.
It is also a challenge in itself to have to speak or utter those words. For example;
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