今日の 925 英語のビデオ レッスン, we’re going to learn how to clarify something you didn’t hear properly.
If you don’t hear what someone says, the easiest thing to do is just let it go. Move on. Let them keep talking. But that can be a very dangerous strategy. というのは, what if they asked you to do something important? Or what if they told you some important information? Do you really want to miss that?
So rather than letting it go, it’s easy to just ask the person to repeat what they said. To do that politely, we might say “Could you repeat that please?” Or you can use the expression “I beg your pardon?” Then the person knows you haven’t heard them, and they’ll repeat it for you.
925 英語 のコースです 英語のビデオlessons for beginner level English learners. と 925 仕事やビジネスで使うビジネス英語表現を学ぶことができる英語レッスン.
今日の 925 英語のビデオ レッスン, we’re going to learn how to make requests in English.
There’s a reason why making requests is one of the first things English-speaking parents teach their children. It’s because we can’t get along in life – and that includes work – without asking people to give us things or to do things for us.
In some situations, our requests are quite direct. 例えば, with people you know well or colleagues, you don’t need to be too formal. この場合, you can make a question with “Can you” or “Could I get you to.” That’s a simple and direct way to ask someone to do something.
今日の 925 英語のビデオ レッスン, we’re going to learn how to make an offer in English.
There’s give and take in every relationship. And giving involves making an offer. It might be something simple like offering a cup of coffee. Or it might be something big like help with a project.
In some situations – like offering a drink – we can make the offer very directly. One common way to do this is with the word “can.” So you can ask a question, like “Can I help you with that?” Or you can make a statement, like “I can get you a cup of coffee if you want.”
非公式になりたいとき, 私たちはしばしばより直接的です. 私たちは自分の考えを正確に言います. しかし、私たちが正式または用心深いとき, 私たちは意見を和らげるために言葉や表現を追加する傾向があります. We also use words like “might” and “could” instead of “must” and “should.” Overall, 強すぎたり直接的に聞こえたりしないようにしています.