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English Conversations with Petra LMA005, ISTVAN w PETRA #4.1

ISTVAN w PETRA #4.1

So now I know that you are more into business related videos and usually watch these on English Central.

We watched some videos where you could check how to use “How are you?

” politely in a business context and that the best way to reply to it is “I am fine, thank you” or “Great, thanks”.

Of course, it is useful to ask back in a conversation “How are you?

”.

The other interesting video we watched together was about the different forms of saying “Thank you”.

For example, if I say “Thanks for the coffee” you can say “Sure thing”.

If I say “Thank you so much for this opportunity”, you can say “Don't mention it”.

Or if you say “Thank you for the English lesson”, I can say “It was my pleasure”.



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ISTVAN w PETRA #4.1

So now I know that you are more into business related videos and usually watch these on English Central.

We watched some videos where you could check how to use “How are you?

” politely in a business context and that the best way to reply to it is “I am fine, thank you” or “Great, thanks”.

Of course, it is useful to ask back in a conversation “How are you?

”.

The other interesting video we watched together was about the different forms of saying “Thank you”.

For example, if I say “Thanks for the coffee” you can say “Sure thing”.

If I say “Thank you so much for this opportunity”, you can say “Don't mention it”.

Or if you say “Thank you for the English lesson”, I can say “It was my pleasure”.

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