“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?
“Bale” is a persian vocabulary?. It means yes!
Hi, James! Howaya? I’m good. Thanks. What I found particularly interesting in this lesson is that “I’m OK” can sound the opposite meaning depending on the context. Thank you for explaining humorously what real everyday conversations are like. Happy Canada day!
good i had fun
thank you James,
It was brilliant lesson.
It was kind of interesting.
You want to say it was OK. :)
It’s a great lesson
Q-Can I call you later?
A1-Yes, I am looking forward to it.
A2-No, I will be busy for the next couple of years.
Q-How was your day?
A1-It could not be better than anything.
A2-I had a great time all day.
Thank you James, i have never known it’s quote from Lennon if not watching this video of yours.
Thank you James! As always you are giving new interesting lessons. Now I know difference between OK and Okay. Thanks again! I look forward to seeing you soon!
thank u a lot for this topic since word “OK” is really boring in English though it is very common…
Thanks a bunch.
It’s greak james
I remember I watched one of your videos about reading aloud, but I can’t find it. Could you please give me a link of that?
Thanks a lot.
Was it this lesson?
i need someone to test my speaking skill coz I’m moving to Austrila in December
Great lesson, I learned.
thanks James, you are the best.
Brilliant teacher, awesome lesson
Thank you teacher James, I’m confident sure about my answers.
Thank you very much, dear James. Trust me, I have heard it many times “I am OK”.
it was a good lesson
Hello everyone. I’m looking for parnter who wants to speak english with me about anything. Maybe we can share our country’s culture, tradition, music taste, and anything. As you can read, my english isn’t good enough. Let’s improve our speaking skill. Here is my instagram acc:
It would be fun to do! I will hit you up on IG.
IG account: debwastaken_
Like that, more than okay :)
Hello James! I want to thank you for your SUPERB and INTERESTING lesson. I haven’t seen your videos for a while now, but today I stumbled upon your channel again whilst I was searching for “vocabular improvement”. Have an interesting day! Kindest regards, Deb. (Side note: the words written in CAPS are words I learned from you)
James, this lesson will definitely stand me in good stead! Thank you very much indeed!
Great Lesson, James
BALLY is a really common word in our Afghan society, and When we answer a call, we usually say BALLY.
BALLY means OKAY, YES
In the short time that I have been doing these lessons. I have learned a lot. I do use the word Okay…Ok, a lot. Mainly if I do not know what to say or if I do not have a lot to say. That is sad becuase I do have a lot to say.
this lesson is okay :) <3
wow! You are very good teacher I have taken advantage to your great lesson which is alternative words of saying okay.
okay means in my language “haye” and my language is somali. thank you.
It is so good
Thank you Mr.James.
done 10 out of 10
Great! Thanks, teacher!