“Thank you for Speaking in English.”

Take away the sting and receive the desired result.

Wahyu Utomo

speak-up

When a sentence contains the word of ‘thank you’, it would be more acceptable to be heard than a rude imperative one. A simple example is the use of “Speaking English Area” compares to “Thank you for Speaking in English.” The first sentence is similar to an alert of “Hazardous Area,” or “Bio-Hazard Area.”

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