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091. What’s the use of…?

 

->used for saying that something is not likely to have a successful result, and so there is no point in doing it

I. EXAMPLES:

What’s the use of talking about it?

What’s the use of crying over spilt milk?

What’s the point of arguing with her?

What’s the point of worrying about it?

II. DIALOGUES:

A: How long have you been studying English?

B: Over ten years now, but my English is not very fluent at all.

A: Why not?

B: I don’t like speaking English because I’m afraid of making mistakes.

A: What’s the use of studying English if you won’t speak it?

B:  You’re right. I should try to speak out more and not be so afraid of making mistakes.

 

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Lydia Kortoe - September 23, 2017

I just want to learn English . Because I want to go back school.

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