Using Idioms and Phrasal Verbs with Native and Non-native Speakers!

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Your rule number one says to use idioms and phrasal verbs, phrases while speaking, but when I try to use them my mind says whether the listener know the meaning of it?

So I use the same old words. Is that correct? What can be the solution?

Gold member Asked on 15/07/2015 in How To.
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Hi!

Glad to hear from you!

 

You are right! It always depends on your partner. If he/she is a native speaker you can definitely use phrasal verbs and idioms.

If he/she is not a native speaker and you feel that your partner’s English level is not high, you should use simple words and phrases both of you will understand.

Hope this helps!

 

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Gold member Answered on 15/07/2015.
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