- Before you start - how to turn captions on
- How to write a formal letter
- How to write a polite email
- How to be diplomatic when disagreeing
- How to make polite small talk
- How to compliment someone
- How to complain politely
- How to start a conversation with a stranger
- Differences between polite English in the UK and the USA
- Bonus - Congratulations
This course is incredibly popular, and has about 25,000 students
What some students have said about this course:
It's a wonderful course on polite English. Everybody need to take this course.
Awesome course. Very useful information. Thank you.
Excellent instructress! She speaks fluently, her presentation is clear and her demeanour is calm. Her lessons are well planned and organized and everything is clearly stated on the whiteboard so it is very easy to follow her lectures.
Are you sure that you speak and write English politely?
Even though you don't realise it, other people may think you are being a bit rude sometimes..
If you speak and write English more politely, there is a good chance that you will:
find better work,
impress native speakers,
be taken more seriously,
deal with confrontations better,
get people to say "yes" more,
make more friends,
get more dates,
and in general have a happier more relaxed life.
This course covers a lot of different areas, and only takes 40 minutes to complete. It is well worth doing, and it could have quite a dramatic positive effect on your life.
Enroll in the course now, and see you on the other side.
By the way if you like this course you will ABSOLUTELY LOVE the much much bigger follow on course "Mastering Polite English in Two Hours" by the same instructor Cerys Vaughan . Get it now, and everybody will be so impressed with your politeness!
About the instructors
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English Native Speaking Qualified Teacher
I completed a BA (Ed) at the University of Reading in the UK in Educational Studies that also gave me qualified teacher status in the UK.
I worked as a school teacher in the UK for several years, and I also taught at an international school in Bangkok, Thailand for two years.
My students at the international school came from many different countries, so the type of English teaching I taught was immersive teaching of English, and then of course the usual standard English language learning, including phonics, speaking, listening, reading and writing.
Really, I am pleased.
Wonderful, I'd been looking for some advice on how to more clearly express my intentions. I feel like this helps.