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Feedback for sales managers

11.08.2021

Shin Alisa

Thank you for attending Mafia with Gary! We hope you’ve enjoyed it and can’t wait to see you again.

Do not think that’s all! We have prepared feedback on the speaking skills you demonstrated during the game.

We’ve noticed that you were actively engaged in the game and showed a beautifully fluent style of speaking.

Your speaking skills are fantastic but there is always room for improvement. We would like to give you a few recommendations:

Try to use the indefinite article (
a/an)
with names of jobs/occupation → I’m A baker.
It’s better to use the phrasal verb
hand in
instead of
hand over
when you want to say that you give your completed homework or a project to your teacher.
Hand over — to give something to someone officially (e.g. They handed the weapons over to the police.)
Hand in — to give something to a person, especially a piece of work (e.g. You must hand in your projects tomorrow.)
Try not to use the indefinite article (
a)
together
with the
little problems
. If you mean that your problems are really small, you can say I have
a
little problems
with my camera. And if you have several problems, just say I have
a few
problems. If you want to learn more about the words
a little, a few,
you can check the rule Quantifiers: a little, a few.
Avoid saying
after job
in the sense that your working day is over
. Job
is a name of the work that you do and get money for (a doctor, a teacher). You can use the phrase
after work,
because
work
means some activities that you do as a part of your job → I’m just after
job
work.

We hope that our advice is useful for you!


Anna S

Thank you for attending Mafia with Gary! We hope you’ve enjoyed it and can’t wait to see you again.

Do not think that’s all! We have prepared feedback on the speaking skills you demonstrated during the game.
We are glad that you want to improve your English and have decided to take part in the games. It means that you are not afraid of speaking English in real life!


Here are some advise on how to sound more natural:

Remember that every English sentence should have a verb. The standard word order is Subject + Verb + Object (Helen reads magazines).
Let’s put a verb in your sentence
I not mafia
I am not mafia
. You can check the rules ‘Word order in English sentences’ and ‘The verb To Be’, to learn more about them.
Use Past Simple (V2/Ved) to talk about the finished actions in the past I
sleep
slept (last night).

We hope that our advice is useful for you!



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