(English Listening Course) Sample Lesson on Likes

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25 Different Ways to Say ‘Good Job’ in English

When learning English you don’t want to get stuck saying the saying the same words over and over again. These are positive statements in English that you could say to anyone; at work, at school or…. ANYWHERE

25 alternatives to ‘Good Job’

1. Excellent http://www.english-tonight.com/Exellent.mp3
2. Nice http://www.english-tonight.com/Nice.mp3
3. Exemplary http://www.english-tonight.com/Exemplary.mp3
4. Marvelous http://www.english-tonight.com/Marvelous.mp3
5. Outstanding http://www.english-tonight.com/Outstanding.mp3
6. Perfect http://www.english-tonight.com/Perfect.mp3
7. Well done http://www.english-tonight.com/Well%20Done.mp3
8. Impressive. http://www.english-tonight.com/Impressive.mp3
9. Good work. http://www.english-tonight.com/Good%20Work.mp3
10. Fantastic. http://www.english-tonight.com/Fantastic2.mp3
11. Great. http://www.english-tonight.com/Great.mp3
12. You did it! http://www.english-tonight.com/You%20did%20it.mp3
13. Way to go! http://www.english-tonight.com/Way%20to%20go.mp3
14. I have never seen anyone get it done that quickly. http://www.english-tonight.com/14%20That%20quickly.mp3
15. I knew you could do it! http://www.english-tonight.com/I%20knew%20you%20could%20do%20it.mp3
16. I love the way you __________. http://www.english-tonight.com/I%20love%20the%20way%20you…mp3
17. It looks like a lot of work went into this. http://www.english-tonight.com/17%20a%20lot%20of%20work%20into%20this.mp3
18. I’m so proud of you. http://www.english-tonight.com/I%27m%20so%20proud%20of%20you.mp3
19. Much better. http://www.english-tonight.com/Much%20better.mp3
20. You make it look so easy. http://www.english-tonight.com/You%20make%20it%20look%20so%20easy.mp3
21. Much improved. http://www.english-tonight.com/Much%20improved.mp3
22. How come I never knew you could ____________ so well? http://www.english-tonight.com/22-%20so%20well.mp3
23. You did better than I could have done it. http://www.english-tonight.com/23-%20better%20than%20me.mp3
24. You really went to town. http://www.english-tonight.com/went%20to%20town.mp3
25. Awesome http://www.english-tonight.com/Awesome.mp3

Next time you find yourself about to tell someone they did a ‘good job;’ stop and use one of these words English phrases instead.

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