London, UK (Credit: Luca Micheli)
In this lesson, we are going to focus on phrases you can use when asking for information and making recommendations. We usually need some advice when we decide to travel abroad.
Let's focus on some polite ways to make requests and recommendations in English.
SPEAKING STRATEGY: MAKING POLITE REQUESTS
I was wondering if you could...
Do you think it's a good idea...? | Do you think you could...? | Do you think I should...?
Is it worth …? / Is … worth …?
Would you recommend...?
SPEAKING STRATEGY: MAKING RECOMMENDATIONS
To recommend someone does something
It’s worth …ing.
You should definitely…
I recommend (that) you…
I recommend …ing.
To recommend someone doesn’t do something
Don’t bother …ing.
It’s not really worth …ing.
I wouldn’t … if I were you.
Story Time: Travelling in Spain
Story Time: Travelling in France
Phrasal Verbs: Phones and Technology
Commonly Used Phrases in Spoken English
English conversation lessons:
English Conversation: Travel opinions
English Conversation: Travel experience
English Conversation: Travelling in Europe and Asia
English Conversation: Buying sunscreen products at a store
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