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25 ways to say "sorry" in English
Knowing how to apologize is an important part of being polite. You probably already know "sorry", but there are many other ways to apologize in English.
Apologizing for small mistakes
Simply saying "sorry" is most common with small mistakes, like bumping into someone or saying someone’s name wrong. In these situations, people often say:
Sorry ‘bout that.
There are a few slang phrases that you can also use for slight mistakes:
Oh, my bad.
My fault, bro.
In a very informal text message, a young person might even abbreviate "sorry":
wanna meet up later?
sry, cant. busy.
Apologizing when you make a more serious mistake:
For a more serious mistake, especially in customer service situations, you might say:
I’m so sorry.
Sometimes people say "oh my goodness" or "oh my gosh" before they apologize in these situations:
Oh my goodness! I'm so sorry. I should have watched where I was going.
Apologizing for incorrect information
If you cause a problem with communication, or give incorrect information, you might say:
I had that wrong.
I was wrong on that.
Sometimes you can say two of these phrases together, and you can say "sorry" at the beginning or end:
Sorry, my apologies. I had that wrong.
Making a formal or serious apology
If you make a serious mistake with a friend, loved one, or coworker, you shouldn’t use casual language to apologize. Try a more formal apology, such as:
I’d like to apologize.
I want to apologize.
I owe you an apology.
A house is a permanent structure built for people to live in. There are a number of other related meanings, but that's the primary one.
A person's home is the place where they normally live in. (Again, several related meanings also exist.) As it happens, a lot of people live in houses, so often a person's home will be their house. It could be something else, though, such as an apartment, a trailer, a boat, a tent or even a cardboard box under a bridge. None of those would normally be called a house in English.
The word "home" is almost always used as an attribute of a specific person (or of a group of people living together): "my home", "your home", "their home". It is possible to use the word "home" without specifying who it belongs to (as in "Hundreds of homes were destroyed by the hurricane."), but even then, it carries the connotation that somebody lives in the place so described. An empty, abandoned house would not normally be called a home.
The word "home" can also more generally refer to places larger than a single building. For example, I could describe the town or the country I live in (or where I feel I belong, even if I'm temporarily living somewhere else) as my home. The word "home" carries a very strong emotional connotation, a sense of a personal connection with a place, whereas "house" is mostly emotionally neutral.
Indeed, a desire to avoid that sense of emotional significance, in situations where it might be awkward and unwanted, may be one reason for the common substitution of "house" (or more generally "place") for "home" in colloquial use, as in "Let's go to my house and watch TV." Inviting someone to your house just feels a lot less emotionally significant than inviting them to your home.
There is a common phrase to make a house a home, which means to make it look friendly and lived-in and, really, personal. This is achieved by pictures on the wall, books on shelves, scatter cushions, or whatever signifies home to the residents.
Adverbs of manner are used to tell us the way or how something is done. An adverb can be added to a verb to modify its meaning. "She plays piano." - An adverb of manner can be added to the verb (play) to modify its meaning and give us more information on how she plays
2# Adverbs of manner list
Here’s a list of 50 common adverbs of manner, with examples of verbs we can use them with.
Adverbs A-D| Adverbs E-M | Adverbs N-Z
Adverb of manner A-D Examples of usage
angrily react angrily, speak angrily, say something angrily
anxiously wait anxiously, say something anxiously
awkwardly stand awkwardly, hold something awkwardly
badly play badly, perform badly
beautifully sing beautifully, play an instrument beautifully
calmly act calmly, wait calmly
carefully speak carefully, walk carefully, drive carefully
carelessly drive carelessly, act carelessly
cautiously speak cautiously, act cautiously
cheerfully smile cheerfully, whistle cheerfully
clearly speak clearly, explain something clearly
closely look closely
correctly spell correctly
deliberately make a mistake deliberately, lie deliberately
3#...Adverbs of manner. A few examples :
Sally walks slowly Alfred plays the guitar beautifully
My grandfather speaks softly She read the letter quickly
How does Sally walk? She walks slowly.
How does Alfred play the guitar? He plays the guitar beautifully.
How does my grandfather speak? He speaks softly.
How did she read the letter? She read it quickly.
How to build them
A- Add the suffix: -ly
loud loudly The dog barks loudly.
careful carefully My sister drives carefully.
slow slowly The tortoise moves slowly.
quick quickly He agreed to phone him quickly.
fluent fluently They speak English fluently.
skillful skillfully Cristiano plays football skillfully.
serious seriously This boy is seriously mad.
B- When the adjective ends in -y, use -ily
angry angrily Linda slammed the door
English Conversation: Hotel Recommendations
Listen to the conversation, then read the explanation of the words and phrases.
Amanda: “I’m looking for a budget hotel in Orlando. Have you ever stayed at the Comfort Hotel?”
Joe: “Yes… I wouldn’t recommend it.”
Amanda: “Why not?”
Joe: “Granted, it’s cheap, but the place is filthy, the beds are uncomfortable, there’s no A/C, the breakfast is pretty skimpy… and the staff couldn’t care less about the guests.”
Amanda: “Oh. I guess you get what you pay for. How long did you stay there?”
Joe: “Just one night, when my flight was canceled due to bad weather. It’s bearable if you just need a place to crash, but you definitely don’t want to book a vacation there. Unless you enjoy sharing your room with cockroaches.”
Amanda: “Hmm, I’ll pass. Hopefully I can find a decent place that won’t cost a fortune.”
Amanda is looking for a budget hotel – this means a hotel that is inexpensive – it doesn’t cost very much money. When she asks Joe about the Comfort Hotel, Joe gives her a list of negative points about it.
Joe begins by saying “Granted, it’s cheap…” the word “granted” in this situation means “I acknowledge that” – you can use it to recognize a fact before presenting some counterpoints (facts on the opposite side).
Joe says the hotel is filthy – that means “extremely dirty and disgusting.” Also, the beds are uncomfortable and there’s no A/C – air conditioning. The breakfast is skimpy – that means there is less food than there should be; the quantity of food is inadequate. Finally, the hotel staff “couldn’t care less” about the guests – that means the people who work at the hotel don’t care at all about the people who are staying there.
Amanda uses the phrase “you get what you pay for.” This expression means “If you don’t pay much money for something, then it is probably of bad quality.” If you pay more, then you are more likely to get something that is high-quality.
Joe only spent one night at the C
20 Different Ways To Use The English Word MIND
The English word “mind” refers to the center of your thoughts, memory, and imagination. In this lesson, you’ll learn 20 common English phrases using the word “mind.”
To talk about making a decision, you can use the phrase “make up my mind” – for example, “I can’t make up my mind about which movie to see tonight.” A variation on this phrase is “my mind is made up” – this means you have already made your choice and implies that you are not open to changing your decision.
If you do change a decision that you made previously, use the phrase “change my mind.” For example, “I’d been planning to travel this weekend, but I changed my mind because it’s been a really stressful week – so I’m going to stay home and relax.”
Speaking of stress, if you have a lot of thoughts, concerns, and worries in your head, you can say “I have a lot on my mind.” When this happens, it’s good to do an activity that is fun, different, or relaxing to help “take your mind off” your problems. For example, “I’m going to the gym – exercising will help take my mind off the final exams coming up.”
When you see or hear something that relieves or eliminates one of your worries, you can say it “takes a load off my mind.” For example, if you are traveling and your luggage doesn’t arrive at your destination, you would begin worrying that your luggage had been lost. But if the airline later calls you and says they’ve found your luggage and will deliver it to your hotel, you could say, “I’m glad to hear that – it takes a load off my mind.” – because it has relieved your worries about losing your luggage.
Another way to talk about relief of worries is “put my mind at ease” – for example, “I was worried about starting a new job without any previous experience, but my boss told me I would receive training during my first week – that put my mind at ease.”
A more continuous state of tranquility is called “peace of mind.” This phrase is used when something helps
8 English Grammar Mistakes That Even Advanced Students Make
INCORRECT: I WORE A JEANS.
CORRECT: I WORE JEANS. / I WORE A PAIR OF JEANS.
The nouns jeans, pants, shorts, scissors and glasses are special. Although each word refers to one singular item, we can’t use “a” with these words. Instead, you can use no article or “a pair of.” If you want to talk about multiple items, say “two/three/four pairs of ________.”
She’s wearing glasses.
I bought a pair of shorts at the mall.
There’s a pair of scissors on my desk.
I have two pairs of white pants.
INCORRECT: HE LOVES TEAM SPORTS AS SOCCER.
CORRECT: HE LOVES TEAM SPORTS SUCH AS SOCCER.
CORRECT: HE LOVES TEAM SPORTS LIKE SOCCER.
When you want to give an example, use such as or like. Don’t use only “as.”
Such as is more formal than like.
INCORRECT: I DIDN’T SAVE MONEY ENOUGH.
CORRECT: I DIDN’T SAVE ENOUGH MONEY.
The word enough comes before a noun, but after an adjective:
We have enough food.
(food = noun)
You’re not tall enough to go on the ride.
(tall = adjective)
INCORRECT: I WORKED A LOT IN LAST MONTH.
INCORRECT: WE’LL MEET ON NEXT MONDAY.
CORRECT: I WORKED A LOT LAST MONTH.
CORRECT: WE’LL MEET NEXT MONDAY.
We normally use “in” with months and “on” with days. However, when you use the words last and next, you don’t need “in” or “on.”
INCORRECT: IT WAS SO LONG TIME AGO.
CORRECT: IT WAS SO LONG AGO.
CORRECT: IT WAS SUCH A LONG TIME AGO.
Use so + adjective / adverb:
She’s so friendly.
This sandwich is so good.
He works so hard.
Use such a + adjective + noun:
She’s such a friendly person.
This is such a good sandwich.
He has such a demanding job.
Note: when the noun is plural, don’t use “a”:
They are such friendly people.
These are such good cookies.
INCORRECT: I LENT TO HIM SOME MONEY.
CORRECT: I LENT HIM SOME MONEY.
CORRECT: I LENT SOME MONEY TO HIM.
This rule applies to lend, give, and other verbs that have both a direct object and an indirect object. You can put the indirect object without “to” immediately aft