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– Dầu RP7 là một loại dầu cao cấp dễ thấm, nhờn, chống rỉ sét với công thức cải tiến. – Xịt lên phần rỉ sét của kim loại, đợi vài phút sau đó lấy khăn dày lau lại. – Rửa được những vết rỉ sét cứng đầu […]

Dầu chống rỉ sét RP7





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Ưu điểm vượt trội so với dây thép và dây vải: – Chịu lực tốt như thép – Không có cạnh sắc gây hỏng hàng hóa – An toàn cho công nhân đóng hàng và khách hàng nhận – Không bị rỉ, không bị mục – Bền bỉ với […]

Dây đai Composite


Được làm từ hạt nhựa PP, dây đai có những đặc tính vượt trội như sau: – Chịu lực cao, dẻo dai, không thấm nước, không thay đổi trong điều kiện thời tiết ẩm ướt. – Mềm, an toàn khi dùng, không làm rách thùng carton. – Sử […]

Dây đai nhựa PP



Găng tay phủ PU được làm từ các phân tử polymer linh hoạt nhất, nó là vật liệu nhựa cơ bản có thể tổng hợp được. Khi nói đến găng tay phủ PU, người ta biết đến đặc tính không bị dính và chất lượng độc đáo. Sự mềm […]

Găng tay phủ PU lòng bàn tay


Găng tay phủ PU được làm từ các phân tử polymer linh hoạt nhất, nó là vật liệu nhựa cơ bản có thể tổng hợp được. Khi nói đến găng tay phủ PU, người ta biết đến đặc tính không bị dính và chất lượng độc đáo. Sự mềm […]

Găng tay phủ PU đầu ngón


– Băng keo giấy được sử dụng để ghi chú. – Trong quá trình thi công, người ta dùng băng keo giấy để che chắn những mảng tường đã sơn xong, tránh để vôi vữa, sơn dính vào mà không làm tróc màu sơn, băng keo giấy còn […]

Băng keo giấy



– Băng keo vải :sản phẩm được tạo ra từ sự kết hợp giữa sợi vải nguyên chất và lớp keo cao su tự nhiên nên có cấu trúc bền và độ bám dính tốt phù hợp hầu hết các bề mặt chất liệu và mọi mục đích […]

Băng keo vải


Được sử dụng để liên kết 2 mặt của 1 sản phẩm mỏng như bao bì,giấy,miếng ép ván gỗ, mục đích là liên kết với nhau thành 1 tấm hoặc được sử dụng như 1 chất dính để đính kèm 1 nguyên liệu thứ 2 . · Các […]

Băng keo Mouse dán 2 mặt


Băng keo đục OPP dán thùng carton được làm từ màng BOPP và được phủ dưới dạng sữa dựa vào chất acrylic adhesive.  Chúng được biểu thị đặc điểm có độ bền cao và có thể kéo dãn, trọng lượng nhẹ mà lại kinh tế cho nên băng […]

Băng keo đục OPP dán thùng



Băng keo trong OPP dán thùng carton được làm từ màng BOPP và được phủ dưới dạng sữa dựa vào chất acrylic adhesive.  Chúng được biểu thị đặc điểm có độ bền cao và có thể kéo dãn, trọng lượng nhẹ mà lại kinh tế cho nên băng […]

Băng keo trong OPP dán thùng carton


Sau tất cả mình lại trở về với nhau Tựa như chưa bắt đầu, tựa như ta vừa mới quen Sau tất cả long chẳng hề đổi thay Từng ngày xa lìa khiến con tim bồi hồi Và ta lại gần nhau hơn nữa

Song of Day – Sau Tất Cả – ERIK


Em kề vai tôi ngồi bên thềm, bỏ lại đằng sau những khúc quanh co và cám dỗ để quay về Ở đó có tôi với em Này đây tiếng gọi rất êm Thổi ngọn lửa bừng trong mắt thêm sâu hẹn ước ngày tháng êm đềm

Song of Day – Tiếng Gọi – Bức Tường




KS-VCI Paper U35SS-1
Code: KS-VCI U35(SS) Định lượng: 60 gsm. Màu: Kraft không tẩy trắng. Dùng cho: Steel, Zinc, Copper, Tinplate. Kích thước: 1000mmx100m (dạng cuộn) hoặc dạng tờ cắt theo yêu cầu. Sản xuất tại Nhật Bản.

KS-VCI Ferobrite U35(SS)


giay chong ri KS VCI U55C
Code: KS-VCI U55C Định lượng: 100 gsm. Màu: Kraft không tẩy trắng (Crepe paper). Dùng cho: Iron, Steel, Cast iron. Kích thước: 1000mmx100m (dạng cuộn) hoặc dạng tờ cắt theo yêu cầu. Sản xuất tại Nhật Bản.

KS-VCI Ferobrite U55C



Giay chong ri KS-VCI U50D
Code: KS-VCI U50D Định lượng: 100 gsm. Màu: Kraft không tẩy trắng, Duostress. Dùng cho: Iron, Steel, Cast iron. Kích thước: 1000mmx100m (dạng cuộn) hoặc dạng tờ cắt theo yêu cầu. Sản xuất tại Nhật Bản.

KS-VCI Ferobrite U50D


KS-VCI Paper U35P
Code: KS-VCI U35P Định lượng: 60 gsm. Màu: Kraft không tẩy trắng. Lớp: Kraft + PE. Dùng cho: Iron, Steel, Cast iron. Kích thước: 1000mmx100m (dạng cuộn) hoặc dạng tờ cắt theo yêu cầu. Sản xuất tại Nhật Bản.

KS-VCI Ferobrite U35P


KS-VCI U45 paper
Code: KS-VCI U45 Định lượng: 80 gsm. Màu: Kraft không tẩy trắng. Dùng cho: Iron, Steel, Cast iron. Kích thước: 1000mmx100m (dạng cuộn) hoặc dạng tờ cắt theo yêu cầu. Sản xuất tại Nhật Bản.

KS-VCI Ferobrite U45



KS-VCI U35 Made in Japan
Code: KS-VCI U35N Định lượng: 60 gsm Màu: Kraft không tẩy trắng Dùng cho: Iron, Steel, Cast iron Kích thước: 1000mmx100m (dạng cuộn) hoặc dạng tờ cắt theo yêu cầu. Sản xuất tại Nhật Bản.

KS-VCI Ferobrite U35N


KS-VCI U35 Made in Japan
KS-VCI Paper U35 Made in Japan Code: KS-VCI U35 Định lượng: 60 gsm Màu: Kraft không tẩy trắng Dùng cho: Iron, Steel, Cast iron Kích thước: 1000mmx100m (dạng cuộn) hoặc dạng tờ cắt theo yêu cầu. Sản xuất tại Nhật Bản.

KS-VCI Ferobrite U35


KS-VCI B25 Made in Japan
Code: KS-VCI B25 Định lượng: 50 gsm Màu: Kraft tẩy trắng Dùng cho: Iron, Steel, Cast iron Kích thước: 1000mmx100m (dạng cuộn) hoặc dạng tờ cắt theo yêu cầu. Sản xuất tại Nhật Bản.

KS-VCI Ferobrite B25



Trong giấc mơ của tôi cánh diều no gió Đi bên em bên em bắt chim sâu Ôi quê tôi, vẫn còn cánh đồng Xanh bao la lưng còng dáng mẹ Xa xa nương dâu nong tằm ăn rỗi Gió đông quang gánh rách áo em tôi Tìm […]

Song of Day – Ôi Quê Tôi – Tùng Dương


Trong giấc mơ của tôi cánh diều no gió Đi bên em bên em bắt chim sâu Ôi quê tôi, vẫn còn cánh đồng Xanh bao la lưng còng dáng mẹ Xa xa nương dâu nong tằm ăn rỗi Gió đông quang gánh rách áo em tôi Tìm […]

Song of Day – Ôi Quê Tôi – Tùng Dương


Let's not + (verb)
Vì đời là những chuyến đi dài, những giấc mơ dài Để được sống với đam mê, dẫu có dại khờ Rồi có lúc vượt qua bao nhiêu bão giông Vì đời là những chuyến đi dài, những giấc mơ dài Để được sống với đam mê, dẫu […]


What are the chances of + (verb-ing)
Có lúc tôi gục ngã nhìn ngày trôi hững hờ Có lúc tôi thầm mơ sẽ hái sao trên trời Mà nào có biết rằng, hạnh phúc luôn bên mình là những điều nhỏ nhoi thường ngày, mà tôi tìm mãi nơi phù du Bỗng thấy yêu đời […]

The best revenge is massive success. –Frank Sinatra

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Đạt chứng nhận AAR Approved Level 1. Chịu áp suât: 3.0Psi Bên ngoài là lớp Poly Woven Cấu tạo 2 lớp. Kích thước thông dụng: 800x1200mm, 1000x1800mm hoặc theo yêu cầu.

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  Thuộc dòng sản phẩm tiết kiệm. Chịu áp suât: 3.0Psi Bên ngoài là lớp Poly Woven Cấu tạo 2 lớp. Kích thước thông dụng: 800x1200mm, 1000x1800mm    

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Băng keo giấy Veneer giá tốt
Băng keo giấy dán Veneer dùng cho ngành gỗ giá tốt nhất thị trường. Giá từ 20.000đ/cuộn. Hotline: 0901344049 Băng keo giấy Veneer xuất xứ Malysia, Taiwan. Sử dụng cho các nhà máy chế biến gỗ dán các miếng veneer vào với nhau rồi ép trên tấm panel bằng […]

Băng keo giấy dán Veneer dùng cho ngành gỗ


Life isn’t about getting and having, it’s about giving and being. –Kevin Kruse


The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity. –Amelia Earhart


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You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take. –Wayne Gretzky




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Cái kết bất ngờ của bộ phim về kẻ lang thang lay động lòng người Có những sự thật bạn không thể nào tận mắt chứng kiến, khoan hãy vội phán xét mọi thứ qua vẻ bề ngoài. Bộ phim kể về một anh chàng ăn xin, tối […]

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La vida pone frente a ti siempre grandes escalones que debes subir solo. Te puedes caer pero debes ponerte de pie y continuar.Mira este ejemplo que nos regala Dios. Compártelo si te gustó. Posted by 104.1 Redentor on Tuesday, July 1, 2014

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John Quincy Adams, tổng thống thứ sáu của Hoa Kỳ từng nói: “Nếu những hành động của bạn truyền cảm hứng cho những người khác mơ ước nhiều hơn, học hỏi nhiều hơn, làm nhiều việc hơn và trở thành người tốt hơn, bạn là một nhà lãnh […]


Từ xưa tới nay vẫn hay tồn tại quan niệm về hình ảnh những nhà lãnh đạo một mình đứng nơi đầu sóng ngọn gió để đưa ra những quyết định sống còn và dẫn dắt tập thể đi theo con đường mình đã chọn. Thế nhưng, theo […]

There's nothing + (subject) + can + (verb)
There’s nothing + (subject) + can + (verb) There’s’ is a contraction of the words ‘there is.’ When using the word ‘nothing’ you are suggesting that something cannot happen or be done. Here are some examples: “There’s nothing you can harm.” “There’s nothing the police can identify.” “There’s […]

English Speaking – 88 – There’s nothing + (subject) + can + (verb)


It's very kind of you to + (verb)
It’s very kind of you to + (verb) When saying it is ‘kind of you’ you are saying that what someone has done or said was very appreciated or welcomed. Here are some examples: “It’s very kind of you to offer me the job.” “It’s very kind of […]

English Speaking – 87 – It’s very kind of you to + (verb)



There's no way + (subject + verb)
There’s no way + (subject + verb) There’s’ is a contraction of the words ‘there is.’ By stating ‘there’s no way’ you are relaying a thought of doubt about an event taking place now or in the future. Here are some examples: “There’s no way you finish on […]

English Speaking – 86 – There’s no way + (subject + verb)


It's no use + (verb-ing)
It’s no use + (verb-ing) It’s’ is a contraction for ‘it is.’ By stating ‘it’s no use’ you are saying that what you or someone else is doing is not recommended or uncalled for. Here are some examples: “It’s no use crying.” “It’s no use separating them.” “It’s […]

English Speaking – 85 – It’s no use + (verb-ing)


Here's to + (noun)
Here’s to + (noun) Here’s to’ is used in a way of celebrating or identifying a person, place, or thing of significance. It is usually said while toasting someone at dinner, or signaling to someone or something after an event. Here are some examples: “Here’s to the winner!” […]

English Speaking – 84 – Here’s to + (noun)



Please make sure that + (subject + verb)
Please make sure that + (subject + verb) You are asking someone to make sure that a particular thing happens or takes place. Here are some examples: “Please make sure that she wakes up on time.” “Please make sure that she gets to school.” “Please make sure that […]

English Speaking – 83 – Please make sure that + (subject + verb)


It takes + (time) + to + (verb)
It takes + (time) + to + (verb) You are letting someone know how long it will take to do a particular thing. Here are some examples: “It takes one hour to get there.” “It takes forty-five minutes for me to get ready.” “It takes four quarters to […]

English Speaking – 82 – It takes + (time) + to + (verb)


There’s no need to + (verb) The word ‘there’s’ is a contraction of the words ‘there is’ or ‘there has.’ When expressing ‘no need’ you are stating that the action does not need to take place. Here are some examples: “There’s no need to worry.” “There’s no need […]

English Speaking – 81 – There’s no need to + (verb)



Let's say that + (subject + verb)
Let’s say that + (subject + verb) Let’s’ is a contraction for ‘let us.’ You are suggesting to someone that you should both agree on what you will communicate to someone else. Here are some examples: “Let’s say that you love to fish.” “Let’s say we found it.” […]

English Speaking – 80 – Let’s say that + (subject + verb)


Let's not + (verb)
Let’s not + (verb) The word ‘let’s’ is formed from the words ‘let us.’ Here you are requesting that something not take place at this moment or that what is happening needs to be contained or lessened. Here are some examples: “Let’s not discuss this now.” “Let’s not […]

English Speaking – 79 – Let’s not + (verb)


There is something wrong with + (noun)
There is something wrong with + (noun) Posted by Vanipack Co.,Ltd on Friday, January 29, 2016 There is something wrong with + (noun) You are informing someone that there is something not right or out of the ordinary. Here are some examples: “There is something wrong with my […]

English Speaking – 78 – There is something wrong with + (noun)



What are the chances of + (verb-ing)
What are the chances of + (verb-ing) Posted by Vanipack Co.,Ltd on Thursday, January 28, 2016 What are the chances of + (verb-ing) By asking ‘what are the chances of’ you are wondering how often or in what case would a particular thing happen. Here are some examples: […]

English Speaking – 77 – What are the chances of + (verb-ing)


How come + (subject + verb)
How come + (subject + verb) Posted by Vanipack Co.,Ltd on Thursday, January 28, 2016 How come + (subject + verb) When using ‘how come’ you are asking why a particular thing has or had to take place. Here are some examples: “How come parents worry so much?” […]

English Speaking – 76 – How come + (subject + verb)


How much does it cost to + (verb)
How much does it cost to + (verb) Posted by Vanipack Co.,Ltd on Thursday, January 28, 2016 How much does it cost to + (verb) You are simply asking how much you would need to pay to do something. Here are some examples: “How much does it cost […]

English Speaking – 75 – How much does it cost to + (verb)



What if + (subject + verb)
What if + (subject + verb) Posted by Vanipack Co.,Ltd on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 What if + (subject + verb) Here you are asking a question about ‘in the event of’ or ‘in the event that.’ Usually you are looking for an answer at the time of […]

English Speaking – 74 – What if + (subject + verb)


How about + (verb-ing)
How about + (verb-ing) Posted by Vanipack Co.,Ltd on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 How about + (verb-ing) You’re asking someone their opinion on something or if they would like to do something. Here are some examples: “How about singing?” “How about hanging out tonight?” “How about folding the […]

English Speaking – 73 – How about + (verb-ing)


How was + (noun)
How was + (noun) Posted by Vanipack Co.,Ltd on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 How was + (noun) By using the words ‘how was’ you are asking someone a question about something that happened or something they did in the past. Here are some examples: “How was your meeting?” […]

English Speaking – 72 – How was + (noun)



The point is that + (subject + verb)
The point is that + (subject + verb) The point is that + (subject + verb)By stating 'the point is' you are stating in your opinion the meaning about what is actually happening.Here are some examples:"The point is that if you study you will do well in school.""The […]

English Speaking – 71 – The point is that + (subject + verb)


It's time to + (verb)
It's time to + (verb) It's time to + (verb)You are letting someone know that something is required to be done at the present time.Here are some examples:"It's time to say goodbye.""It's time to ask for a raise.""It's time to collect our money.""It's time to cheer for our […]

English Speaking – 70 – It’s time to + (verb)


That's why + (subject + verb)
That's why + (subject + verb) That's why + (subject + verb)'That's' is short for 'that is.' Here you are telling someone 'because of this' or 'therefore.'Here are some examples:"That's why people admire you.""That's why she appears so happy.""That's why babies crawl before they can walk.""That's why Pam […]

English Speaking – 69 – That’s why + (subject + verb)



It looks like + (noun)
It looks like + (noun) It looks like + (noun)You could be describing how something is similar or appears to be by the way it looks.Here are some examples:"It looks like a balloon.""It looks like a jellyfish.""It looks like a banana.""It looks like a fish."You can also use […]

English Speaking – 68 – It looks like + (noun)


It's gonna be + (adjective)
It's gonna be + (adjective) It's gonna be + (adjective)You're informing someone what something is going to be like. This could be something you are going to do, see or feel.Here are some examples:"It's going to be delicious.""It's gonna be easy.""It's gonna be depressing.""It's going to be exciting.""It's […]

English Speaking – 67 – It’s gonna be + (adjective)


If I were you, I would + (verb)
If I were you, I would + (verb) If I were you, I would + (verb)Here you are giving an example of what decision YOU would do given the circumstances. This can be in past tense or in a conditional present.Here are some examples:"If I were you, I […]

English Speaking – 66 – If I were you, I would + (verb)



You could have + (past participle)
You could have + (past participle) You could have + (past participle)Using 'could have' you are speaking about something that was, should be or would be. You are stating that they had other options that could have been chosen.Here are some examples:"You could have completed it sooner.""You could […]

English Speaking – 65 – You could have + (past participle)


It's too bad that
It's too bad that It's too bad that'Too bad' means regrettable or unfortunate. When using it in a sentence you are expressing a concern or regret for what has taken place. The topic being discussed could have happened to you, the person you are talking to, or someone […]

English Speaking – 64 – It’s too bad that


Why don't we + (verb) Why don't we + (verb)'Don't' is a contraction of 'do not.' When using 'why' you are asking a question that involves yourself and the person you are talking to.Here are some examples:"Why don't we go bowling tonight?""Why don't we pick some fresh flowers?""Why […]

English Speaking – 63 – Why don’t we + (verb)





What do you think about (verb-ing)
What do you think about (verb-ing) What do you think about (verb-ing)This question asks someone their opinion about a topic.Here are some examples:"What do you think about having a cup of tea with me?""What do you think about working overtime next week?""What do you think about waiting in […]

English Speaking – 62 – What do you think about (verb-ing)



Do you want me to + (verb)q
Do you want me to + (verb) Do you want me to + (verb)To 'want' is to feel or have a desire for. When saying 'Do you want me to' you're asking someone if there is anything you can do for them or assist them with.Here are some […]

English Speaking – 61 – Do you want me to + (verb)


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How often do you How often do youWhen asking this question you are inquiring how often or how frequent someone does a particular thing.Here are some examples:"How often do you exercise?""How often do you change your password?""How often do you help out at school?""How often do you listen […]

English Speaking – 60 – How often do you


Do you like
Do you like With this question you are asking someone what they prefer or enjoy. Here are some examples: “Do you like traveling on a plane?” “Do you like watching baseball on TV?” “Do you like skiing or snowboarding?” “Do you like going to bed early?” “Do you […]

English Speaking – 59 – Do you like



Don't + (verb)
Don’t + (verb) The word ‘don’t’ is a contraction of the words ‘do not.’ It is said to convey a message of what NOT should be done. Here are some examples: “Don’t try and fool me.” “Don’t allow this to happen.” “Don’t watch scary movies before you go […]

English Speaking – 58 – Don’t + (verb)


Please + (verb)
Please + (verb) Please’ is generally used in a polite request when asking someone to do something. Here are some examples: “Please pass me the salt.” “Please order me the steak and potatoes.” “Please stop bothering me.” “Please wash your hands before dinner.” “Please wait outside until we […]

English Speaking – 57 – Please + (verb)


Are you trying to + (verb)
Are you trying to + (verb) You are asking someone if they are attempting to do something. This can be something mentally or physically. Here are some examples: “Are you trying to ignore me?” “Are you trying to manage your money?” “Are you trying to memorize that song?” […]

English Speaking – 56 – Are you trying to + (verb)



Are you into + (noun)
Are you into + (noun) Here you are asking a question about an interest they might have or something they might enjoy doing. Here are some examples: “Are you into soccer?” “Are you into trying new things?” “Are you into wine tasting?” “Are you into working out at […]

English Speaking – 55 – Are you into + (noun)


You'd better + (verb)
You’d better + (verb) You’d’ is a contraction of ‘you had’ or ‘you would.’ You are making a suggestion to someone for a particular action. Here are some examples: “You’d better exercise.” “You’d better help out.” “You’d better invite your brother.” “You’d better impress the judges.” “You’d better […]

English Speaking – 54 – You’d better + (verb)


You seem + (adjective)
You seem + (adjective) When stating ‘you seem’ you’re referring to the person you are talking to and expressing that they are giving the impression of or appear to be. Here are some examples: “You seem bored.” “You seem unhappy with the results.” “You seem eager to begin.” […]

English Speaking – 53 – You seem + (adjective)



You're supposed to + (verb)q
You’re supposed to + (verb) You’re’ is a contraction of the words ‘you are.’ When using ‘You’re’ with the words ‘supposed to’ you are making a suggestion that something you strongly believe ought to happen. Here are some examples: “You’re supposed to keep that secret.” “You’re supposed to […]

English Speaking – 52 – You’re supposed to + (verb)


You should + (verb)
You should + (verb) Here you are suggesting an obligation or duty that needs to take place either now or in the near future. Here are some examples: “You should go to bed.” “You should do your homework before going outside.” “You should replace your headlights on your […]

English Speaking – 51 – You should + (verb)


I should have + (past participle)
I wish I could + (verb) You are expressing a desire to do something. Here are some examples: “I wish I could sing better.” “I wish I could settle the argument.” “I wish I could sail around the world.” “I wish I could remain calm during all of […]

English Speaking – 50 – I wish I could + (verb)



I should have + (past participle)
I should have + (past participle) Should’ is the past tense of the word ‘shall.’ When using the words ‘should have’ you are talking about something in the past that you ‘ought to’ or ‘might have’ done. Here are some examples: “I should have gone with you.” “I […]

English Speaking – 49 – I should have + (past participle)


I don't know what to + (verb)
I don’t know what to + (verb) You are letting someone know that you are not sure about what is being asked. You may also have no knowledge or opinion on a topic. Here are some examples: “I don’t know what to eat for dinner.” “I don’t know […]

English Speaking – 48 – I don’t know what to + (verb)


Do you mind if I + (verb)
Do you mind if I + (verb) You are asking someone in present tense if they object to something you are asking. Here are some examples: “Do you mind if I excuse myself?” “Do you mind if we left early?” “Do you mind if I take a nap?” […]

English Speaking – 47 – Do you mind if I + (verb)



Can I get + (noun)
I’m not sure if (subject + verb) I’m not sure’ expresses a feeling of uncertainty or lack of confidence on a particular matter. Here are some examples: “I am not sure if they will offer me the job.” “I’m not sure if she’ll return my call.” “I’m not […]

English Speaking – 46 – I’m not sure if (subject + verb)


Can I get + (noun)
Can I get + (noun) The phrase ‘Can I get’ can be used in a couple different ways. You can use it to ask a question. Here are some examples: “Can I get a cup of water?” “Can I get a dog?” “Can I get lunch?” “Can I […]

English Speaking – 45 – Can I get + (noun)


Can I + (verb)
Can I + (verb) When ending a sentence with a question mark (?) you are asking the person or people you are talking to a question for which you would like an answer. Here you are asking permission to do a particular action. Here are some examples: “Can […]

English speaking – 44 – Can I + (verb)



Thank you for
Thank you for Saying ‘thank you’ is telling someone you appreciate what they have done. This can either be something they did for you or for someone else. Here are some examples: “Thank you for inviting me.” “Thank you for helping me move.” “Thank you for informing me […]

English Speaking – 43 – Thank you for


Let me + (verb)
Let me + (verb) Let me’ is suggesting that you are asking for permission or an opportunity to do something. Here are some examples: “Let me make my own decisions.” “Let me offer to help you.” “Let me open the door for you.” “Let me pause and think […]

English Speaking – 42 – Let me + (verb)


It occurred to me that (subject + verb)
It occurred to me that (subject + verb) The word ‘occurred’ informs someone that something has come to mind or has been found. You are letting someone know that you suddenly have thought or remembered about something. Here are some examples: “It occurred to me that I forgot […]

English Speaking – 41 – It occurred to me that (subject + verb)



I've heard that + (subject + verb)
I’ve heard that + (subject + verb) You are letting someone know that you are aware of something or that you have been informed of something that is taking place. This could be something that has already happened or something happening in the near future. ‘I’ve’ is a […]

English Speaking – 40 – I’ve heard that + (subject + verb)


I think I should + (verb)
I think I should + (verb) Here you are telling someone that you feel strongly about doing a particular action. Here are some examples: “I think I should practice my reading.” “I think I should join a study group.” “I think I should handle this as soon as […]

English Speaking – 39 – I think I should + (verb)


I’m having a hard time + (verb-ing) By stating you are having a hard time you are letting someone know you are having difficulty with something. This could be something physical or mental and something that could be overcome with effort. Here are some examples: “I’m having a […]

English Speaking – 38 – I’m having a hard time + (verb-ing)



It’s hard for me to + (verb) When saying that something is ‘hard for me’ you are informing someone that what you are talking about is difficult or challenging for you. Here are some examples: “It’s hard for me to accept what you are telling me.” “It’s hard […]

English Speaking – 37 – It’s hard for me to + (verb)