Did you know that learning English is sometimes very difficult especially when using the common phases? If you want to make your English interesting you should use new vocabularies and not the common ones or the out fashioned ones. In this article I am going to share with you some interesting phases you should use to replace the old and common ones.
In the morning when you want to know how someone slept you should not use the common phase "how was your night" but instead use the following words:
I hope you had a wonderful night or I hope you had a good night sleep.
Incase you want to make your greeting interesting and exciting you should also use these phases:
What is going on?
How have you been?
How do you do?
How was your day?
What is good in the hood?
Try using these new phases and you will see your English improving and by day.
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