When students learning English try to use „That’s a pity” / „That’s a shame”, sometimes it can cause confusion. So in today’s English class, I’m going to show you how to use them perfectly, some alternatives, and which situations are best to use those weird English expressions!
I pretty much just saw Jisoo from Blackpink say this in English and thought „This would be a GREAT English lesson!” 🙂
0:00 – Intro
1:09 – „Shame” and „Pity” noun meanings
3:19 – Intonation
4:56 – Expressions to show sympathy
6:31 – Expressions of disbelief
7:55 – Expressions when someone dies
9:02 – Ways to apologise
9:42 – Cheer up!
11:26 – Get over it!
Let me know in the comments which expression is your favourite!
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