Presentation on theme: "Example Learn the expressions used for giving compliments to others. Practice By saying them loudly. Your performance on the stage is amazing How wonderful."— Presentation transcript:
Example Learn the expressions used for giving compliments to others. Practice By saying them loudly. Your performance on the stage is amazing How wonderful to listen to your great voice How marvelous Great!(You look great) / Great for you Terrific!(Hey, that’s terrific !) Fantastic! Smashing That’s really remarkable / well done
Now, learn the expressions use for responding to compliments It’s very kind of you to say so Thank you I can say how pleased (delighted) I am I’m delighted to hear that Thanks for your compliment
Compliments: Expressing Thanks Thanks. Thank you very much. Thanks a lot. Thank you for your help. Thank you for helping me. Thank you for your assistance. Thank you for phoning me. Thank you for assisting me. Thanks you for your kindness. Thank you for a prompt reply. (letter, ). Thank you for listening to me. Thank you for such a warm welcome. Thank you for the ride. Thank you for take me home. Thank you for such a nice gift. Thanks a lot for an inspiring book. (after accepting book as gift) Thank you for your attention. (after giving a presentation) Thank you for helping me to solve the problems. Thank you for your financial assistance. Thank you for spending time with me. Thank you for showing me the way. (after someone show you the direction).
In exclamatory sentences, we use ‘what’ to describe nouns, and use ‘how’ to describe adjectives and adverbs, as in the following examples. What a quiet night it is! How quiet the night is! What a beautiful country it is! How beautiful the country is! What a clever boy he is! How clever the boy is! What pretty girls they are! How beautiful the girls are!