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How to speak English fast and understand natives (Part VIII)

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Timestamps:
00:00 How to speak English fast and understand native speakers
00:42 Ain’t
The word 'ain't' is a contraction for am not, is not, are not, has not, and have not in spoken English. In some dialects ain't is also used as a contraction of do not, does not, and did not.
01:32 ‘ppreciate it!
Оne of the first expressions students learn in English is “Thank you.” It’s polite and useful in many situations. But in spoken American English people often say “ppreciate it!” instead of “thank you”
02:36 It might blow your mind
Answer "no, yeah!" means “yes”
"yeah, no" means “no”
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06:18 Don’t be sorry, be afraid
When you didn't do anything wrong and don't want to apologize don't say "I'm sorry", say I'm afraid
08:30 Usage of “they” pronoun
Use they/them pronouns when we don't know the gender of the person to which we're referring, when we want our sentence to be applicable to all genders, or for referring to an individual who can't or doesn't want to identify themselves as male or female and wishes to be known by "they" pronouns.
Please note that although “they” pronoun here is singular and refers to an individual, a verb is conjugated the same as with the plural “they” (e.g. “they are”).

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