HOW TO PUT IT MILDLY – ENGLISH CONVERSATION SKILLS
Hi dear friends,
Welcome back. Wish you huge motivation to make better your English speaking skills, conversations and English as such. Today my topic of priority is to help you learn gentle rendition of English and how you can achieve it practically because it is absolutely important and highly essential to build a cultured and educated environment around you.
Conversing using gentle vocabulary and putting down words meticulously without hurting others, yet conveying things strong and straight is prime. This trick can help many people to be more benevolent yet straightforward. Today we are going to learn how to “put it mildly”. Here we go….
Why do you need to put things mild in a conversation?
A message is in fact just a piece of information but the method or way you convey that to others or an audience as such is the essence of “putting it mild in a conversation”. But, yet why do you probably need to do it.
It is because communication is all about sounding more cultured and educated. When you just convey something harshly, the very intention of you conveying the context to one might get ruined. May be I would say it wouldn’t be reaching the audience or the listener.
So it is highly essential and recommended to maintain a sort of subtleness in your dialogue all the way. It helps you to get your point noted in fact, instead of the fact that even after you screaming loads at times find your message never conveyed correctly. Subtleness and mildness doesn’t mean sounding weaker and ineffective. It is vital that you convey exactly what you are thinking. Here I am trying to tell you that the message has to be stronger but the strategy to convey could be mild.
Expressions to convey things mildly in a conversation
(You can make use of these when you want to soften out or you don’t want to straight out for any reason may be)
* When someone screams out loud in anger, instead of judging them you could say,
She/He is just frustrated.
She/he is broken or shattered inside.
She/he is hurt badly (emotionally).
She/he is probably in bad mood.
She/he is devastated.
She/he is probably upset badly.
Do you feel that it is mild indeed. This actual in normal style or straight would sound and seem more rude, harsh and obviously too judgmental, straight on the face…. that actually doesn’t sound educated….
This was a case where you had to respond to something or someone whom you observe….
* When you answer or need to reply to someone what kind of mild expressions can you use…
If it is the case where somebody has scolded it badly and that you are in a situation to convey that to your friend or partner, how could you say it mildly instead of repeating the same harsh words
Sana used strong words to me today.
Sana cursed me badly today.
Sana was quite confused and fired me today.
Sana lost her temper today.
Sana was rude to me today.
Sana was angry and used harsh words to me today.
All that I wanna say or convey in this topic to say mildly refers to “just say” without any direct or hidden intentions of hurting or irritating others
I hope this would have been such a basic yet essential topic in English for you as an English language learner. Happy to have discussed it with you dear ones.
Be kind and good enough.
Catch you soon,