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Thursday, January 19, 2017

HOW TO MAKE OFFERS IN ENGLISH?


HOW TO MAKE OFFERS IN ENGLISH?
Here are a few phrases you can use.Offers often begin Would you like…?
·         Would you like some more cherries?
·         Would you like something to drink?
·         Would you like some coffee?
·         Would you like another cake?
In a more formal style, you can say Can I get…? or May I get…? Expressions like Can I offer you…? or May I offer you…? are also possible.
·         May I bring you some coffee?
·         Can I help you?
·         May I offer you something to drink?
·         May I help you with this?
·         Offers to do things for people often begin Would you like me to…?
·         Would you like me to type your letters for you?
·         Would you like me to make some coffee for you?
More examples are given below.
·         Shall I get you something to drink?
·         You look tired. Would you like a cup of tea?
·         How about a coffee?
·         Can I get you some juice?
·         Can I help you?
·         Can I do something for you?
Learners should be able to make offers as well as accept or reject them. The following are useful expressions to do so.
Accepting the offer
Here are some phrases you can use to show your willingness to accept the offer.
·         That would be very kind of you.
·         Yes please. I’d like to.
·         Yes please. That would be nice / lovely.
·         Thank you. That would be great.
Rejecting an offer
Here are some phrases you can use.
·         No, thank you.
·         No, thanks.
·         It’s OK. I can do it myself.
·         Don’t worry, I’ll do it myself.


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