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Transcript:

Hi, everyone! I’m Georgiana, founder of SpeakEnglishPodcast.com

My mission is to help you to speak English fluently. Speaking English is easier than you think. You just need to use the right methods.

Ok! Let’s start!

  • Do you remember that some episodes ago I was talking about punctuality? Well, today I’ll teach you different ways to say hurry up.
  • After that, you’ll practice speaking with a funny mini-story.

Have you ever been in a hurry while you were in a foreign country? It’s really frustrating when someone of something is in front of you, slowing you down. So today I’m gonna teach you different ways to tell people to hurry up in English.

If you want to be polite, you can use one of the following phrases to ask someone to hurry up:

“Excuse me, but I’m running very late and would appreciate it if you could go quicker.

“Please, if possible could you move a little faster?”

If you’re at work your manager could use these expressions:

“You’re behind schedule and need to get moving.”

“Please, can you speed up, you are holding everyone up!”

“We need you to get a move on with the work.”

Let’s see more ways to tell people to hurry up:

There’s no time to lose

This way you tell someone to hurry up especially if time is running out.

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