How to introduce yourself in English
In this episode, Christina and Kristina talk about:
- how to introduce yourself progressively
- what questions to avoid
- how to sound less direct
The extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast):
- a tick box = a small square on a form, questionnaire, or test in which you put a checkmark to show that you agree with something or have completed something
- to be direct = to be straightforward, which can sometimes be considered impolite
- [something] defines [one] = something is a major part or "all of' of one's life, ex: Don't let your financial success define you.
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