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Common English Expressions: Giving Good News

Useful Expressions-Giving Good News


Giving a Good News
means to express something that is positive, encouraging, uplifting, comforting and desirable. It is something pleasant, fortunate or otherwise positive. Here are some useful expressions for Giving Good News in English.

GIVING GOOD NEWS

  I’m really pleased to tell you…
  I’m really happy to tell you that…
  I’m really excited to inform you that…
  I’m so excited to tell you that…
  You’ll definitely like to listen
  I have good news for you
  I’ve got some good/splendid news for you
  You know, I’ve wonderful news for you
  Let me tell you a good news
  Great news for you
  Something great for you
  Something wonderful for you


RESPONDING TO GOOD NEWS

  Well done!
  Great!
  That’s great!
  Congratulations!
  Wonderful! Thanks for sharing
  I’m really happy
  I’m glad to hear that
  Glad to hear!
  Wow!
  Wow, that’s sounds exciting!
  That’s awesome!
  Really? Are you serious?
  Fantastic!
  How fantastic
  Incredible!
  Unbelievable!
  Really unbelievable!
  I can’t believe it
  Superb!
  You’re lucky
  Lucky you!

 

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GREETINGS INTRODUCING YOURSELF
INTRODUCING OTHERS APOLOGIZING
ENCOURAGING OTHERS EXPRESSING GRATITUDE
INVITING GIVING OPINION
COMPLIMENTING PERMITTING
AGREEING/DISAGREEING DESCRIBING SOMEBODY
EXPRESSING PLEASURE TAKING LEAVE
EXPRESSING SURPRISE COMPLAINING
SUGGESTIONS POSSIBILITY/IMPOSSIBILITY
RECOMMENDING OFFERING FOOD/DRINK
PREDICTING BUYING THINGS
WARNING
CHEERING
LIKE/DISLIKE
EXPRESSING ANGER

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