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Tutor profile: Nidhi D.

Nidhi D.
An ex-corporate professional who is now an English tutor teaching students of multiple nationalities

Questions

Subject: English as a Second Language

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Question:

What are the phrases that can be used when you have to apologize to someone?

Nidhi D.
Answer:

Below are some helpful phrases if you need to apologize to someone: 1. I’m really sorry about that. 2. Please accept my apologies. I’ll sort that out for you. 3. You’re right, my bad. 4. My apologies. I’ll try to fix that for you. 5. I’m sorry I made a mistake. 6. Please forgive me, I didn’t mean to do that.

Subject: English

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What does the term "figurative language" mean?

Nidhi D.
Answer:

In simple terms, figurative language means describing something not in an ordinary way, but in a more colorful and impactful way. For example: Ordinary description: It was really hot outside. So, I was sweating. Description using figurative language: The sun beat down on my face, and beads of sweat began to drip from my chin. My skin felt like it was melting off, but I had no relief. Even the shade was sweltering! Figurative language includes the usage of similes, metaphors, hyperbole, alliteration, onomatopoeia, etc.

Subject: Communication

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Question:

What are the three things to remember if one wants to be a good public speaker?

Nidhi D.
Answer:

The three things to remember if one wants to be a good public speaker: 1. Believe in yourself: One should believe that he/she can be a good speaker. 2. Being true to yourself: One can be a good public speaker only if he/she is honest and true to him/herself. 3. Being a good listener: Speaking and Listening are two sides of the same coin. If one wants to be a good speaker, he/she needs to be a good listener as well.

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