English Lessons

English Lesson: You hear about how nice it is there, and I thought, "Yeah, OK." But it totally lives up to the hype.

You went to Hawaii for the first time on vacation. Now you're back at work and you're telling a coworker about your trip. You explain how much you enjoyed it.

English Lesson: I count my blessings every single day.

You took a great photo of your family, and now you're sharing the photo on social media. You write something to show how happy you are about your wonderful wife and children.

English Lesson: The last thing I want is for you to feel like you can't open up to me about this kind of stuff.

Your teenage daughter is starting to go on dates. She hasn't been talking to you much about it. You kept asking her about it, and she finally told you about some trouble she's having with a boy that she likes. You don't want her to feel embarrasse...

English Lesson: Before you go, can you take a quick look at this email I'm sending to Tracy?

You're writing an email to tell your cousin that you can't come to her graduation ceremony. You want to make sure that your email sounds sorry, but not too dramatic. Your boyfriend is leaving for work, but you ask him to check the email.

English Lesson: Don't be so closed-minded!

Your new boyfriend has a tattoo. Your father doesn't like your boyfriend because of it. When your father complains about his tattoo, you say this.

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