Stop Saying “I’m Sorry “! – Better Advanced English Vocabulary

by | Dec 16, 2019 | English Vocabulary Lesson

Stop saying I’m sorry and use this better advanced English vocabulary to learn how to apologize in English.  In this video lesson, we will go through over 20+ English phrases you could use instead of always saying I’m sorry when speaking English.

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