Tell is an interesting verb in English because it has a number of meanings and uses. In Podcast Episode 414 we looked at some phrases and idioms with the verb tell. Today we’re going to look at three conversational phrases using tell. Knowing these, will help you make your English conversation sound more natural. Let’s study together.
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- I’m telling you. This is the best pizza I’ve ever had.
- The view from the top of the Empire State building is amazing. I’m telling you, you really have to check it out.
- This new boss is really too much to handle. I’m telling you, she’s going to be the reason that I quit this job.
- Don’t tell me the class has been canceled!
- Don’t tell me you forgot something in the office.
- Don’t tell me the coffee shop was closed.
- Wow the sky is getting very dark. Something tells me it’s going rain.
- The boss was way too quiet today. Something tells me there’s a problem.
- My wife was very quiet during dinner tonight. Something tells me she’s angry with me.
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