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We usually only learn very formal phrases like "Yes, please" and "No, I do not" in grammar books. But when we go out into the real world and speak with REAL ENGLISH SPEAKERS, we hear (and need to learn) a whole different version of English.
Spoken English can be very casual. Even basic words have some casual alternatives. Did you know there are even casual alternatives for the words 'yes' and 'no'?
These two words are VERY commonly used. Being able to understand and use these words will help you sound more fluent.
Read and listen to my video to learn how to use these words:
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It's a lot of fun to practice natural, casual English. Speaking real English will help you in your profession too!
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