English in everyday situations
From this page, you will find posts that will improve your ability to use English in everyday situations. In many schools, textbooks and websites, the resources on this page are referred to as ‘functions’ – the ability to function in an English speaking country or situation. Can you think of a situation where you couldn’t explain what you wanted to or where someone didn’t understand what you meant? Let us know and we can write a post that focuses on situation to help you out in future! Use the comments section below to tell us what you’d like to see.
Here are some examples of skills and functions:
- Introducing yourself to other people
- Being able to buy a stamp from a post office or enrolling in a school.
- Making a complaint or an apology
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