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Easy Guide to Proper Arguing for Foreign English Speakers

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If you read this blog or any other website dedicated to foreign English speakers and their language improvement, I’m sure of one thing – you wouldn’t find much advice on how to express yourself during times when you’re annoyed, angry, agitated or arguing with someone.

Well, there might be a certain amount of phraseology and vocabulary given, however, there’s one thing I can say for sure – it would be still somewhat toned down and wouldn’t really resemble the kind of English language you’d be facing in real life.

And it’s kind of understandable because English teachers probably don’t want to be teaching too much of the bad language. Especially considering that cursing and using profanities tends to be one of the first things you’d pick up when learning a foreign language, so I would imagine that people just assume that cursing, swearing and expressing your anger or dissatisfaction is something that foreign English speakers are familiar with anyway, so it’s not really worth focusing on.

Well, I tend to disagree!

Being familiar with and being able to USE something in real-life spoken English are two different things altogether!

The only way you’ll be able to use such expressions yourself is if you repeat them and learn them by way of spoken English practicing, there’s no other way around it.

And if you think that you’ll never need such expressions anyway because you’re a nice person – think twice my friend. There comes a time when even the nicest person needs to blow off some steam and get the negative emotions out of their system, let alone having a confrontation with another English speaker.

And do you know what happens when you are having that argument having never actually practiced the related phraseology yourself?

Well, it’s pretty simple – during the heated conversation all of a sudden you find yourself unable to say a word because the added adrenaline rush will make you even more prone to saying something wrong, so some prior practicing is definitely advisable here!

So without further ado let’s look at a number of relevant English phrases that will definitely come in handy in extreme situations such as arguments and confrontations with other English speakers.

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Quality written content should be free from errors. You could be having a brilliant idea to write about but if it is inaccurately written with poor grammar, it will be given a low grade. These mistakes that look so simple are very costly because there are rules and regulations t be followed. The idea is not merely to write and provide information but also to make sure that it is free from any mistakes. In most cases, no one has been able to pin-point their mistakes. For that reason, it is important to hire services of professional editors or make use of the following free proofreading tools that you will get online:

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The art of learning new languages is not normally a walk in the park for the majority of new language learners. This applies to most of the languages, English being one of them. However, as much as this is true, you always have the power to make learning a new language much easier. One of the most effective ways that will go a long way in assisting you to actualize this is taking down any barriers that can hinder your development such as the translation barrier.

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Forget the English Grammar Tense Table Forever!

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Here’s a very comprehensive English Grammar Tenses table with thorough explanations as to when each tense is used as well as sample sentences.

All is nice and well, and you may print it out, carry with you, and learn it off by heart if you’re really passionate about your English tenses (by the way, it’s exactly what I did at the start of my 5 year long journey to English fluency!)

As I said – all would be nice and well if not for a human being’s natural tendency to over-analyze and try to structure the knowledge when speaking which inevitably leads to English fluency problems.

The moment you open your mouth, you’ll start wondering if the action you’re about to talk about is going to happen for sure or just MIGHT happen… Or maybe it’s going to happen over a certain period of time in which case you should be using Future II Progressive tense – “I will have been…”

Basically the more you know about English tenses, the more confusing it may become, and in the end you’ll be constantly questioning and second-guessing yourself when trying to speak which is definitely something you DON’T want to happen because what good is your super-advanced English grammar knowledge if you can’t say a single sentence without hesitation and stopping to think about what tense to use?

Moreover, there isn’t consensus even among English grammar professionals as to how many English tenses actually are out there!

The more you read into it, the more confusing it will get.

Just read this forum thread and you’ll realize that opinions differ so wildly that a normal human being can’t even wrap his or her head around it all!

Some think there are only 2 tenses (which I personally thing is a total nonsense), and some extend the figure to 16, 24 or even 32 (which takes into account the existence of Passive Voice).

So what do you do?

Get totally bogged down on 32 tenses, learn all the conditions as to when exactly each of them is used, learn the respective sample sentences and then LOSE YOUR MIND when trying to speak with someone because of all the analysis happening in your brain while you’re speaking?


Instead, just FORGET the English Grammar tense table and approach the whole tense thing from a different angle!!!

Forget the little used grammar constructs such as “I will have been speaking…” that aren’t used in real life English conversations.

Forget the various Conditionals.

And stop thinking about the merits of Past Perfect Progressive vs Past Perfect Simple.

What I suggest you to do is this:

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How can teachers use social media to teach a language

There’s lots of tools online that are designed specifically to help you learn a language. However, did you know that social media can be a powerful learning tool? Here’s how you can use it to help you develop language skills, and where you should be looking to get started.

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Robby KukursMY NAME IS ROBBY, and I’m the author of the English Harmony System – Read About My 5 Year Long Journey to English Fluency HERE!

Hi my foreign English speaking friends! Here I’ve created a list of the most important English small talk phrases so that you never have situations when you get stuck when bumping into someone on the street or greeting your colleagues in the morning!

Here you’ll also find a good number of English phrases you can use to respond to typical greetings. And even more – some of the phrases below will help you add more substance to what you’re saying to your chat partner and also help you take time and think over the question.

At the end of the list you’ll find typical good-bye phrases and you’ll definitely find them handy when finishing off a conversation or even if you want to get rid of the person you’re chatting with! 🙂

There’s also industry small talk phrases – and they’re definitely going to come in handy in work-related situations. Whenever you want to ask your work colleague to cover you for a couple of hours and tell them you’re going to keep a low profile because you went out the night before – all this is covered in the industry small talk section!

So, click on the links below and they’ll take you to the respective section of English small talk phrases! 😉

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5 Hacks to Start Thinking in English

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Have you ever wondered what true English fluency was? It’s all about communicating with other English speakers in the most natural way possible. To make the communication effective, you have to get rid of the habit to translate the things you hear and the things you want to say at the back of your mind. You’re so used to your native language that it can kill your fluency in English no matter how many new words you learn.

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There are a number of great reasons to learn English. To many, it can be a fulfilling hobby, a great way to keep the mind active after retirement.

For many people however, it can also be the key to boosting your future career prospects!

If you’ve never considered how learning English can achieve this, here are five reasons why studying this language can give your career a kick start.

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