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When it comes to speaking fluent English, there’s no better way of getting your speech going that learning idiomatic expressions and using them in your real life conversations!
Today is no exception, and what I want to draw your attention to is the very first sentence of this article. “When it comes to…” is a very handy English expression, and I decided to make a video about it to tell you guys how to use it best.
This expression – “When it comes to…” – has many equivalent English phrases and expressions.
“In relation to…”
… and many more phrases can be used the same way you’d use the one I’m looking at in today’s video.
Still, I believe that “When it comes to…” is the most informal and friendliest of them all, and that’s why it’s my personal favorite.
But what about you?
Have you heard other English speakers use it a lot?
Or maybe this is the first time you actually hear this particular expression?
Let me know about it in the comments below!
Talk to you soon,
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