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How to say SORRY and APOLOGISE in English
Now we’ve all done things we regret I, for one, once called my male maths teacher ‘Mummy’. So, I regret that But sometimes when we do things we regret we need to say sorry. And this video is going to be all about Britain’s favourite word the word ‘sorry’. So, anyone that’s been to England before will know that the English just love saying sorry we say it when it’s not necessary, we say it when it is necessary but it’s part of our culture and it’s what we consider to be polite!
So, this lesson is going to tell you about the many ways in which you can say sorry And then also different situations in which you should say sorry.
And we’ll talk about some slang ways that you can say sorry And then what to do if words just aren’t enough.
Ok, so, how to apologise in English Part one of this video Well, the most basic way is…sorry so sorry is good if you’re in a hurry if you bump into someone on the street or if you step on someone’s shoe you can just say ‘oh sorry’, ‘sorry’.
So, if you want to say a little more than that you can say ‘I’m sorry’ And if you want to go even further you can put an interesting word in between the ‘I’m’ and the ‘sorry’ like ‘so’, ‘incredibly’, ‘terribly’, ‘really’ Oh I’m terribly sorry, Oh I’m so sorry.
Then, if you actually want someone to forgive you, you can say ‘please forgive me’ or forgive me for asking but… But don’t overuse it cos it will sound like you’re a bit pathetic ‘forgive me forgive me’ Then we’ve got ‘excuse me’ Now this can be used in a variety of situations If you need to get past and somebody is blocking your way you can say ‘Oh excuse me, can I just get through?’
excuse me, excuse me, excuse me… You can also say it when your body lets out some gas Oh! excuse me! And also you can use it to get attention So ‘excuse me everyone, excuse me, can you listen to me now?’ So sometimes I’ll use that in my classes another that means exactly the same as ‘excuse me’ but with an additional meaning is pardon me Pardon me we can use in the same way as excuse me but also if we want to interrupt a conversation So ‘Oh, pardon me but can I just butt in here?
If you’ve really done something quite bad or you’ve really messed up Then you might want to say something a bit stronger than sorry so you can say ‘I owe you an apology’ I’d like to apologise and ‘apologise’ is much stronger and we often use it in written emails If you want to send a letter to your boss apologising for your behaviour Then you can say ‘I sincerely apologise for what happened yesterday’ Or..’I take full responsibility for my behaviour’ Let’s move on to part 2, which is about how to say sorry for being late because being late is very very rude In some cultures it’s accepted, in England it’s not The most basic one is ‘Sorry I’m late’ You can also say ‘sorry for being late’ Or my personal favourite ‘sorry for keeping you waiting’ sorry for keeping you waiting That one’s quite nice
Ok, on to part 3: slang words for sorry Now if I were you I would only use these with friends, ok? Not in a work or professional situation the first one is ‘whoops!’ Ok so maybe you’ve dropped someone’s phone and you go ‘Oh, whoops!’ Another one you can say is ‘Oh, my bad!’ that’s another way of saying ‘Whoops, sorry’ And the last one which is a terrible word that you shouldn’t use this comes from the texting culture Soz Ok, and soz is a word that normally you will see in text messages I don’t think people actually say that..actually they might (don’t say that!)
Ok part 4: bad news Ok so maybe someone’s pet’s died, maybe someone’s lost a family member or maybe someone didn’t get a job or something.
So in this case you can say ‘I’m so sorry to hear that’ You wouldn’t just want to say ‘Aaah…sorry…’ No..I’m so sorry to hear that or ‘I’m so sorry to hear that you didn’t get the job’ or ‘I’m so sorry to hear about your dog’ If someone has died you can say ‘I’m sorry for your loss’ ok…that’s a very normal thing to say at funerals So whilst you’re saying sorry, your body language is very important If you realise you’ve done something wrong Maybe open your eyes wide and put your hand over your mouth like ‘ah! sorry’…like this It’s very important to maintain eye contact so that you look sincere Like you really mean what you’re saying If you want to make your apology look even more sincere Then whilst you’re saying it you can put your hand on your heart I’m honestly so sorry for what I did yesterday. And that’s just a way of showing that you are honestly apologising for what you did Finally, what can you do if just are just not enough.
Ok, if you’ve done something so terrible or you’ve messed up so badly that sorry doesn’t cut it Well the most common way to say sorry without saying the word ‘sorry’ in England is to give flowers to give a bottle of wine or to give a handwritten card Ok well that is it for my lesson on how to apologise in English If you ever come to England make sure that you’ve got these words mastered and all of the correct body language and let’s hope that you guys never have to say sorry to me.
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