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Grammar, Vocabulary, Idioms, Phrases, English

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Updated On 02 Feb, 19

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Lecture 37: The Gift of the Gab. Vocabulary & Grammar lessons to learn English - ESL

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Learn to speak fluent English -- Accent Training, Correct Grammar usage, Idioms, Phrases and vocabulary with example sentences. Daily Video Vocabulary Episode 90 - To have the gift of the gab - idiom You often come across people who are good with words, they speak very well and sound very convincing. The idiom to have the gift of the gab basically means to have the ability to speak and confidently and convincingly.If you have the gift of the gab, you can actually persuade people to do what you want. You do this by speaking in a persuasive and an interesting manner so the people are keen to listen to you. You are a smooth talker and manage to convince people to believe you. In short, a person with great verbal communication skills has the gift of the gab.For example, the hawker on the street convinces the passers-by to buy his products even though they are not of a superior quality. He does this by talking smoothly and convincingly to his prospect buyers.Example 01 The speaker at the conference had the gift of the gab, he could retain the audiences attention and tackled all the questions asked to him very effectively.Example 02 With his gift of the gab, William calmed down his girlfriend who was upset as she suspected him of double timing her.Example 03 The fortune teller, Hilda, has the gift of the gab, she knows how to get people to go to her for advice.Example 04 Smith makes a good car marketer, he is a smooth talker and his gift of the gab helps him to achieve his sales targets.Example 05 Father told Richard, " If you use your gift of the gab at your court sessions, Im sure, one day youll be a successful lawyer." Example 06 Michelle is a pleasant and a sincere team leader, unfortunately she doesnt have the gift of the gab and is unable to handle conflicts diplomatically at work.Example 07 When Samantha wasnt allowed to party, her friend said, " Do you want me to seek permission from your parents? Ill manage to cajole them, Ive got the gift of the gab.Example 08 My boss has the gift of the gab, he really knows how to motivate us to work beyond our office hours even though we are exhausted.Example 09 John is the most popular teacher in school, he has the gift of the gab and can handle notorious children with ease.

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Sam

Excellent course helped me understand topic that i couldn't while attendinfg my college.

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Dembe

Great course. Thank you very much.

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