Welcome to Learnex, where you Learn English through Hindi. In this English speaking lesson, you will learn how to say NO in 35 different ways. We have to say NO many times, under different situations. This English lesson helps you understand how to say No in various situations and avoid saying the boring NO every time. This is free Spoken English lesson from Let’s Talk English Speaking Institute in Mumbai. For our English speaking courses visit our website – http://www.letstalkpodcast.com
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English speaking Practice Sentences from the lesson –
No, I didn’t take your pen.
No, I didn’t see
No, you didn’t disturb me at all.
Nope, I didn’t talk to Rahul.
Would you like to order anything else, sir?
Nope, I am done.
Is it a good time for you to talk sir?
Actually, it’s a good, not a time, I am busy.
Unfortunately, I won’t be able to make it.
Thanks, but no thanks.
Maybe, some other time.
Apologies, but I can’t make it.
I’d love to, but I can’t.
It sounds fun, but I can’t commit.
Damn! I wish I could make it.
I wish, I was able to.
I wish I could do it.
I wish I could make it work.
It’s sad that I wouldn’t be able to come.
I won’t get a leave, otherwise, I would have come.
If I wasn’t this busy, I would have come.
I’m already booked into something else.
Already, I have too much on my plate.
I am not talking anything new at the moment.
I won’t be able to make time for your project.
I’m sorry; I won’t be able to make it work.
Maybe, I will do your next project when things clear up.
I would like to go out of this discussion.
I would like to express my disagreement on this matter.
I would beg to differ/disagree.