One of the toughest conversation topics in a second language is talking about nothing.
It’s amazing how much time we spend talking about nothing.
Yet ironically saying nothing is a terrible way to talk about nothing. You see, saying nothing is weird and uncomfortable. But we often find ourselves in a situation where it’s also not good to get into a deep, detailed conversation.
So we talk about nothing.
Not by say nothing, you understand. But talk about nothing. By saying something.
You should be.
This week EES Lesson is an guide in surviving those paradoxical situations where you need to say nothing by saying something.
As well as the weekly lessons to you get access to more than 100 past lessons in the archive, the “Extraordinary English Conversations” series. the monthly EES Gazette through your door (dedicated to executing your English in the real world), feedback and critique on your English from me, access to the Community, and much, much more.
Language Punk. Nothing But Something.
P.S. We’ve got a new course coming soon….
And I just filmed the entire thing in three days. Pretty happy about that, if not utterly exhausted now.
More on that on Sunday…
Along with how you can get your greasy little mitts on the course for free.