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  • Hey, hey everybody!

  • This is EWA App channel, and my name is Diane.

  • And today I'm gonna share with you eight amazing phrases for the daily conversation.

  • Do you wanna speak like a [sic] native speakers do?

  • Just keep on watching!

  • So, the first one on my list is this : "Where were we?"

  • You know, sometimes you have to interrupt the conversation, because you have your own business in the other room, right?

  • and to get back on track with your partner you just have to say, "Where were we?"

  • Now, where were we?

  • Emm... Where were we?

  • But, sometimes you have to interrupt something more interesting than conversation.

  • And in this particular case you can say, "Where were we?"

  • Now, where were we?

  • Where were we?

  • Okay, baby, where were we?

  • The other phrase I have here in my list is, "You were saying?"

  • Well, actually it's a polite way to bring the partner back on track.

  • If he or she was interrupted during the conversation.

  • And you just say like, "You were saying?"

  • You were saying?

  • And you keep on talking.

  • The next one actually is my personal favorite.

  • And this is the phrase, "How come?"

  • How come?

  • Basically, this is a stopper for non-native speakers.

  • Because they're getting confused.

  • Like, "how come?", what does that mean?

  • What do they say to me?

  • No worries, honey.

  • It's okay.

  • English native speakers often use this phrase just to ask "why?".

  • So, instead of "why?" they ask you "how come?".

  • Another phfl... Pff.

  • Another phrase I have in the list is, "I didn't catch that".

  • Actually, it's a good one, because you can say it when you miss the part of the sentence.

  • Or all of it. And you just want your partner to repeat it.

  • So you say, "I didn't catch that".

  • Didn't catch that.

  • Same thing happens with the names.

  • so you can say, "I didn't catch your name".

  • I didn't catch your name.

  • And now I'm gonna share with you the most magical phrase of all times.

  • Because it's the answer to everything.

  • To anything, you can possibly hear in your life.

  • Tada! It's "great"!

  • Now, let's do this together.

  • So, in what way we can say that.

  • Great!

  • Great!

  • Great...

  • Great...

  • Great!

  • Great!

  • The other one on my list is "Oh, ok!".

  • Actually, it's the easiest way to keep up the conversation.

  • So, if you don't know what to say, say, "Oh, ok!".

  • Oh, okay!

  • But! You can say it with different facial expressions.

  • You can use this one.

  • Oh, okay!

  • Or you can you that one.

  • Oh, ok...

  • The next one is "for real?".

  • This phrase expresses your emotions.

  • Most of them is surprise, because you can't believe what's going on around you.

  • And you're just like, "It's so good".

  • "It's too good to be true".

  • "I can't believe it".

  • And you say like, "For real?".

  • Is this for real? Like, for real, for real?

  • But well, you know...

  • Sometimes this looks like a fucking fairy tale.

  • So you just, you cannot believe it.

  • And you're getting too skeptical.

  • And you're just saying like, "For real?".

  • For real?

  • For real?

  • Another one I have on my list is "good for you".

  • So, this phrase expresses your celebration moment.

  • Because you celebrate your success, you achieved something.

  • So, people are saying, "Well done!".

  • It's good job!

  • Good for you!

  • Good for you!

  • But sometimes, the real meaning behind this phrase is : "Go fuck yourself! Okay?"

  • Good for you!

  • Good for you! Good for you!

  • And that was it.

  • 8 most useful phrases for the daily conversation.

  • If you want to add something to my list, just comment down below.

  • If you wanna know more, check our EWA App.

  • I'll leave the link down below, in the info box.

  • And thank you! Thank you for watching!

  • And I'll see you later! Bye!

Hey, hey everybody!

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