My daily work on Twitter

G’day, how are you going? Today, I am going to talk about how I work on Twitter everyday. Although I have had my own Twitter account since December 2012, I have hardly used it until I started my own business. I’ve just jumpstarted the resumption of Twitter since the beginning of 2020. Anyway, let’s get underway, shall we?

Please have a look at my profile:

This google translation looks a bit strange, but never mind. Mostly correct. Basically, I’ve been committed myself to sharing useful contents for those learning English from scratch or already (upper)intermediate level. I want to share as much as I possibly can. Here is an example:

…beyond something, which is very common for conversational or even written English. I often use one of these phrases, such as beyond belief.

For instance, people say to me like, ‘Hey he always chucks a sickie’, and I say like ‘He is such a bludger, that’s beyond belief!

So, you can use these phrases quite often for your daily conversation.

Another example is here:

Does anyone use ‘I think’ quite often? That’s actually boring. For me, I try to use a variety of phrases instead of saying ‘I think’ repeatedly.

Please give it a go!!

Thanks for reading today!

Have a lovely day!

Published by Masato Kawaguchi

I am an English entrepreneur here in Australia. I am mainly teaching the PTE exam, general English as well as academic skills online. In addition to this, I'm offering visa follow-up support and assignment's proofreading service as well. Apart from these stuff, I am passionate about cycling both road and MTB. Nice to meet you guys!

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