Sometimes you have to say “no” to someone, but how do you do it without always saying “no”?
Find out how and when to use these 7 common ways of saying “no” in English:
- No, thanks
- No, but thanks for asking.
- I’m good
- No way!
- Not in a million years
Learn more about using some of these phrases in Daily English 689 – Listening to a Political Speech and Daily English 967 – Feeling Embarrassed.
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