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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #64655: Communication - vocabulary
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    Communication - vocabulary



    Speaking

     

    To talk / To speak (about)

    To say

    To tell

    To converse with

    How?

     

    To shout

    To yell / to shriek

    To whisper

     

    To murmur

    To mumble

    To stammer

    To get worked up

     

    To argue 

    To express

    To declare

    To state  (to make a statement)

    To announce

    To repeat

    To reply

    To retort

    To emphasize   

    To claim

    To pretend

    To suppose

    To inform 

    To promise

    Agreeing/disagreeing

    To convince

    To approve (of) / to disapprove

    To admit

    To confirm

    To confess

    To contest

    To deny

    To contradict

    To object

    To refute

    To influence

    To exaggerate

    To flatter

    To criticize

    To slander

    A conversation

    A discussion

    A dialogue

    An interview

    A monologue

    A speech

    A lecture

    A debate

    Other words

    Word

    Opinion

    Argument

    Objection

    Point of view

    Statement

    Hint  

    Misunderstanding

    Agreement / disagreement

    Criticism

    Confession

    Gossip






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    1.
    Stop me all the time, you know I'm right !

    2.
    Peter shyly his name in Maggy's ear .

    3.
    Oh no!!! She's resuming her , how can I make her stop?

    4.
    The director told us about the objectives of the company during his year-end .

    5.
    I didn't get what you said, Can you please ?

    6.
    I dare believe there's a , he's not my new classmate!

    7.
    I I won't do it again!

    8.
    Look! the mayor made a in the newspapers !

    9.
    I am late for my with the careers officer !

    10.
    Sorry you, I am not messy!

    N'oubliez pas les formules In-dis-pen-sables pour argumenter ! (proposes par webmaster)

    LOPINION

    VIEWPOINTS / POINTS DE VUE

    I think that

    Je pense que

    In my opinion,

    A mon avis

    I feel

    Je trouve que

    Personally, I believe

    Personnellement, je trouve que

    it seems to me that

    Il me semble bien que

    I have the impression that

    Jai limpression que

    To my mind,

    A mon avis

    From my point of view / As far as I am concerned

    En ce qui me concerne

    I am of the opinion that

    Je considre que

    I am convinced that

    Je suis convaincu que

    AGREEMENTS / ACCORDS

    I fully agree with you

    Je suis entirement daccord avec vous.

    Youre quite right when you say

    Vous avez raison de dire que

    I share your opinion that

    Je partage lide que

    I (totally) agree with the author on this point.

    Je suis (totalement) daccord avec sur ce point.

    I am (entirely) of this opinion.

    Je suis (entirement) de cet avis.

    I am on the same opinion as

    Je suis du mme avis que

    I share this point of view.

    Je partage ce point de vue.

    I agree with him.

    Je suis daccord avec lui.

    I approve on his ideas.

    Japprouve ses ides.

    I agree with you to a certain extent.

    Je suis daccord avec vous jusqu un certain point.

    DISAGREEMENTS / DESACCORDS

    I cannot agree with X

    Je ne suis absolument pas daccord avec X

    You are quite wrong when

    Vous vous trompez quand

    I cant share your point of view on this.

    Je ne partage pas

    I cannot accept this interpretation of the events.

    Je ne peux pas accepter

    I am sorry but I dont share this point of view.

    Je suis dsol de ne pas partager ce point de vue.

    I dont believe it to be true that

    Je ne pense pas que ce soit vrai que

    I am afraid I cant agree with you.

    Je suis dsol de ne pas tre daccord avec vous.

    I dont see it that way.

    Je ne vois pas cela de cette faon.

    I disagree with

    Je ne suis pas daccord avec

    If this were true

    Si ctait vrai

    How could I agree with such a stupid idea!

    Comment pourrais-je accepter une ide si stupide!

    Vous retrouverez galement ici les expressions utiles pour communiquer en anglais:

    http://www.anglaisfacile.com/traduire-en-anglais/

    et les guides de conversations thmatiques

    http://www.anglaisfacile.com/cours_anglais/guide-de-conversation









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