You may be unaware that some common terms actually have negative connotations. Be careful with these three words.
It’s hard to be polite and diplomatic in your second language. To help you, here are eight techniques and 50+ expressions you can use.
Euphemisms are indirect expressions we use instead of directly naming something unpleasant. Here are over 100 polite euphemisms you should know.
It’s always good to know some polite expressions for handling everyday situations. Here are four nice ways to say that you don’t like something.
It’s good to know some polite expressions for handling delicate situations. Here are some strategies and expressions for making polite suggestions.
Make sure you know these natural-sounding expressions for offering to pay for something.
Sadly, you can’t just say “bye” and walk away when you’re finished talking to someone. Here are some expressions to help you gracefully end conversations.
Don’t rely on direct translations. These expressions may be fine in your native language, but could sound rude in English.