Hi everyone! I am Georgiana, founder of speakenglishpodcast.com. My mission is to help you speak English fluently.
Last week I realized that Valentine's Day is coming up, and I wanted to dedicate this lesson to students who want to know how to ask a girl out. You never know when you'll meet that special someone, so you gotta be prepared.
I’ve also prepared a point of view story so you can practice your grammar and vocabulary.
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Alright! I’ll just cut to the chase and tell you how to ask a girl out.
Oh, now you’re probably wondering what the expression "Cut to the chase" means. Well, we use this phrase when we start talking about the important aspects of something. We want to get to the point without wasting time.
Now I'm really going to cut to the chase!
There are different circumstances when you want to ask a girl out.
If you want to ask a friend to go out with you, you’ll need to have a clear idea of where and when you want your date to be. Don't just tell her you'd like to "hang out sometime.”
One thing you could do is take her to dinner at a not-so-elegant restaurant; it's a good choice for a first date.
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