Are you Sorry?

Nobody likes making mistakes or hurting other people, but sometimes we do, so knowing what to say in English in these situations is useful. 6 Ways to say Sorry 6 Ways to accept an apology Sorry seems to be the Hardest Word, song with a gapfill activity Recommended watching - Mel Robbins on why we shouldn't always apologize. From the English Teaching Web Page kimgriffithsenglish.com

 

Nobody likes making mistakes or hurting other people, but sometimes we do, so knowing what to say in English in these situations is useful.

  • 6 Ways to say Sorry
  • 6 Ways to accept an apology
  • Sorry seems to be the Hardest Word, song with a gapfill activity
  • Recommended watching – Mel Robbins on why we shouldn’t always apologize.

Saying sorry is sometimes so easy but other times hard because we feel uncomfortable or we don’t really feel sorry inside. This week is all about saying sorry, how to accept that and some listening practice with a song from Elton John and a great short talk by Mel Robbins.

 

6 Ways to apologize/say you are sorry.

6 ways to say sorry / apologize. From the blog to improve and practice your English ESL Kim Griffiths English, kimgriffithsenglish.com

 

6 Ways to accept apologies

6 ways to accept apologies. From the blog to improve and practice your English ESL Kim Griffiths English, kimgriffithsenglish.com

 

Gap fill listening activity with Elton John’s song, “Sorry seems to be the hardest word”.

Sorry seems to be the Hardest Word from Elton John, gapfill activity for listening practice. From the blog to improve and practice your English ESL Kim Griffiths English, kimgriffithsenglish.com

Listen to the video and fill in the yellow gaps in the lyrics (song words).

To go to the video on YouTube Click here

Sorry seems to be the Hardest Word from Elton John, gapfill activity for listening practice. From the blog to improve and practice your English ESL Kim Griffiths English, kimgriffithsenglish.com

I’ll put the answers and full lyrics in next week’s article! Subscribe so you don’t miss it.

 

Recommended watching and listening practice!

This is a great short talk by Mel Robbins on why sometimes we shouldn’t apologize for how we are. There are subtitles on YouTube if you need them.

Mel Robbins on Why you need to stop apologizing, recommended on the English Teaching Blog kimgriffiths english.com

To watch the video on YouTube Click here.

For more from Mel Robbins visit her webpage. Click here.

 

Is there anything you need to say you are sorry for? Tell me in the comments.

See you next week!

Have fun,

Kim

 



 

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About Kim Griffiths

I'm interested in kindness, creativity, positivity and learning new things. I teach English, write about English, sing jazz, paint and make things.

3 Responses

  1. Marwan

    I’d like to tell you, I’m sorry caouse I didn’t following you from while I seen your an account last year 😶🌷, thanks a lot kind teacher for all information and I wish you happy life and more success.

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