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Speaking Tips, English Phrases – NO No, thanks. Thanks for thinking of me but I can’t Unfortunately not. I’m afraid I can’t. Maybe another time. I’m sorry I’m busy. That’s not going to work for me. Maybe next time. I’d love to – but can’t. My body say yes, but my heart say no. That doesn’t work for me. Sounds tempting, but I’II have to pass. 30 Ways to Say No in English Not possible. By no means. I’m slammed. Not for me, thanks. Unfortunately, that’s not something I can do at this time. I’m…

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English Verb Collocations with TAKE, GO, COME, GET List; Table of Contents Collocations with GOCollocations with TAKECollocations with COMECollocations with GET Collocations with GO Go abroad Go astray Go bad Go bald Go bankrupt Go blind Go crazy Go dark Go deaf Go fishing Go mad Go missing Go on foot Go online Go out of business Go overseas Go quiet Go sailing Collocations with TAKE Take a chance Take a part Take a bite Take a shower Take a seat Take time Take notes Take it apart Take a…

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English Phrases Examples, Collocations with TAKE in English take part in sth. take time take a look take a bath take a shower take a break take a chance take a picture take a seat take notes take care take a break take class take a rest take a taxi take an exam take a decision take a bite take a bow take advice take a hike take a risk take a survey take the bus take medicine take a trip take part take lessons take my place take a long time take effect take cover take it seriously take a

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