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Do you feel intimidated at parties? Are you embarrassed because your 'at table' English vocabulary is lacking flair and confidence? Many of my clients write of feeling out of place and uncomfortable during events requiring the use of social and complimentary English chit chat.

I have provided a sampling of proper remarks, question and comments that anyone may apply at functions of this sort. The English chatter is simple, straight forward and accommodating. I purposely kept my samples short, ensuring proper memorization techniques be as simple as possible.

Most of these examples will be triggered by something or other your dinner partner is saying, thus enabling you the power of recalling a learned response and in turn, your necessary, 'in context' reply.

Make the most of your free time and have fun while you do it! Try some of my snobby chit chat at your next function, and be the hit of the party!

Happy Partying!
1. "And how have you been keeping yourself busy these days?"
2. "Have you had occasion to take a little break from work?"
3. "Has your weather been fine?"
4. "We've enjoyed rather outstanding temperatures of late, by Danish standards."
5. "As usual, I am toiling away at the office every day."
6. "I have enjoyed in a few evenings of live entertainment."
7. "I hope your family and friends are all doing well."
8. "If I may, how is work going these days?"
9. "Most days it's early to bed, early to rise for myself."
10. "Isn't the party gearing up to be a great success!"
11. "It is so pleasant to be around close friends and family all at once."
12. "Yummmm - the food is simply mouth-watering!"
13. "I daresay I shall have to loosen my waistband if I eat more!"
14. "Oh my goodness, what a delectable array of culinary treats!"
15. "Excuse me for asking my dear, but where did you find this remarkable recipe for chicken crepés?"
16. "As it happens, we are having the living room remodelled in pale shades of ivory and winter green".
17. "Oh my dear, you must try the steamed asparagus with ginger!"
18. "The chocolate mousse is to die for!"
19. "Have you seen the latest trend in shoes for men?"
20. "I never wear 'off the rack'! The idea is simply absurd!".
21. "The morning air surrounding the lake is so very good for ones circulation"
22. "We had occasion to drop by and visit an old, indisposed Aunt during our outing into town."
23. "If it's possible to buy lemons at half off during the summer season, please try this lemon tea recipe".
24. "I shall serve cucumber sandwiches, minus the horrid crusts of course, at afternoon tea".
25. "My dear girl, if I may be so bold, who is doing your hair these days?" "It's simply divine!"
26. "My husband had to leave off work for the afternoon, as our poodle Fi Fi needed her monthly shots at the surgery."
27. "As it should happen, at that very moment during my interview, I sneezed rather explosively!"
28. "Be a dear and go tell you father it's time we headed for home."
29. "Margaret, please pass that most scrumptious hollandaise sauce our way!"
30. "I must say, the weather doesn't seem to be co-operating for this evenings boat races."
31. "Ohhhh how positively charming it is to see you my dear!"
32. "Well old chap, with that broken arm it seems you'll be out of commission for awhile."
33. "Yes, it was such a sad state of affairs to see the old boy struggle with his new glasses."
34. "I have learnt the most fabulous and timesaving trick for hanging laundry outside!
35. "Robert, if I may be so bold, it seems you have piled one sautéed shrimp too many upon my tiny plate!
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