“okay”in normal conversation. TOO MANY TIMES!
“Okay”is a good word to use in some situations, but there are a lot of times when you can say something better: stronger, more accurate, and with more emotion. In this vocabulary lesson, I’ll show you how “okay” is used in English, and when and how to replace it with more descriptive words and phrases. We will also cover some situations where non-native English speakers and learners often use “okay” in a way that is confusing or misleading to native speakers. We’ll also talk about the difference between “okay” and “OK”. There’s lots to cover, so let’s get started, okay?
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