Deyvi Conde
I would like to learn some "English native phrases" Hi everyone: I know that this incredible community has plenty of people who know perfectly English native phrases, that's why I'd like that you share with me some examples, thanks. Examples: - No harm done - Catch you later - Not my business - Are you on your own?
Jan 21, 2017 12:34 AM
Answers · 3
Well the US is completely different from our friends in the UK. Like to greet my friends I would say "What's up dude?" or "What are you getting into today?"
January 21, 2017
Yea mate. For the first I would say the same "No harm done" or simply "No worries." For the 2nd I personally would say "See you later" or "Talk to you later." "None of my business" is pretty standard and common. "Are you on your own" is similar to "Are you by yourself?" or "Is it just you?"
January 21, 2017
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