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    request to send phrases of greetings

    dear sir/mam i don't know to respond to some situations of empathy...
    like if some one says " I lost my father " - idon't know how to respond and express sympathy/ empathy... i will be grateful if u can send me these phrases of empahty so that i can make my speech more converational and touchy.

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    Re: request to send phrases of greetings

    "Oh,I'm sorry...".
    Usually that's how the native English speakers say.


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    Re: request to send phrases of greetings

    Quote Originally Posted by sivakumaar.vepa View Post
    dear sir/mam i don't know to respond to some situations of empathy...
    like if some one says " I lost my father " - idon't know how to respond and express sympathy/ empathy... i will be grateful if u can send me these phrases of empahty so that i can make my speech more converational and touchy.
    hi;
    native speaker usually say " i am sorry to hear that'

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