How to Start English Conversations – Speaking Practice to Improve Your English Speaking Skills

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πŸ—¨οΈ Welcome Back, High Level Listeners! 🌟 Ready to break the ice with ease at your next social gathering? In today’s episode, we dive into the art of starting conversations effortlessly. Whether you’re at a social event, meetup, or any gathering where you’re meeting new people, we’ve got you covered with practical, easy-to-use conversation starters that will boost your confidence and help you make new English-speaking friends.

πŸ”Ή What’s Inside?

A range of conversation starters categorized to fit different social situations.
Expert tips on how to introduce yourself and engage others naturally and politely.
Strategies to keep conversations flowing smoothly in both formal and casual settings.
πŸ”Ή Featured Conversation Starters:

Introducing yourself without the clichΓ© “What’s your name?”
Asking about someone’s presence and purpose at the event.
Making observations to kickstart a dialogue.
Closing conversations and transitioning smoothly.
πŸ”Ή Why Watch?

Overcome the initial awkwardness of meeting new people.
Learn to navigate social interactions with finesse.
Equip yourself with phrases that are both friendly and effective.
πŸ‘‡ Join the Conversation!
Which conversation starter are you excited to try out? Do you have any go-to phrases that work like a charm for you? Share your experiences and favorite tips in the comments below!

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40 Comments

  1. Great videos, sorry teachers, just as story. The phrase " Where did you get it ? " Can be translated to Indonesian as "kamu dapat dari mana? " Meanwhile this phrase quite impolite since "dapat " must be changed with " beli " in complete " kamu beli di mana ?? or in English "where did you buy it ?? ". 😊😊, is it weird if we say that way??

  2. Love from Bangladesh.
    I want to have more videos ❀❀

  3. Ice breaker – I like this phrase

  4. yes ,that's an innocent pretext to leave politely someone .thanks

  5. A super interesting lesson about a super interesting Language by super interesting teachers .❀❀❀❀❀
    God bless you both

  6. Kat, you're awesome; Mark, you're πŸ”. Best wishes from Portugal

  7. This classes are amazing. It really work!

  8. Kate and Mark, great starter phrases. The one new for me and a very good one is 'WhatΒ΄s that made of'?'' Thanks and blessingd.

  9. Thank you Teachers for this amazing lesson. It is beneficial for English learners.

  10. :)) thanks πŸ™‚ it was fanny when you are discussing the food offer:)

  11. Thanks a lot for another great episode❀

  12. Hi there! I'm Ian. and I'm Lisa. how do you do.

  13. Hi l love you tutorials, but l fel lost when I have to use, aren't you.
    Isn't you 😒

  14. Hi. How's it going? " I heard you were from England." Does it mean you were from England and now you're not? πŸ˜‚ Thanks a lot.

  15. Hi I really love both of you πŸŽ‰

  16. I'm not an outgoing person and I find hard starting a conversation, but when the silence is really unconfortable, I just have to say something like "so, you said me your name is [name of the person]" or any nonses else hahahaha

  17. Thanks so much for your all the efforts !πŸ™πŸ»

  18. 5 stars Chanel on YouTube platform for the best episodes ❀❀❀thank you from my heart ms kat ❀❀❀❀and Mr mark ❀❀❀❀

  19. Thanks a lot!!, It's such a nice lesson
    I only wrote those phrases.Actually, I want to practice it, but i have no partner or friend..
    If somebody red my comment,
    I'm looking up a person who want practice english with me (as a highschool student)

  20. Kate and Mark, you are amazing πŸŽ‰ two years ago my husband died… I'd no dreams… I didn't want anything… But I'm look forward meeting with you on YouTube now. I began to learn English with you. You are the bestπŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰

  21. can we say: where did you learn english? you speak fluently. it seemes that you master the language !

  22. I agree with KAT . But instead to offer your food or drink ,you can suggest the other man to try it

  23. what will you do when starting a conversation the other answer only with: MM; UH ;MM

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  25. Useful lesson once again,thanks for this. I have a question, is it correct " may be come in sir?" If we ask permission to enter someone's office? Please reply

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