Lindsay McMahon
"The English Adventurer"

Today you’ll learn one key English phrase that will keep people listening when you tell a story or an anecdote.

Get the phrase you need to keep people listening.

Storytelling and keeping people interested in your story is a charismatic skill.

You need to build these charismatic skills in English if you want to create real connections with people!



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The key phrase to keep people’s attention:

“All of a sudden”


How to use it:

“I was driving down the street and texting and all of a sudden a car jetted out and hit me.”


You can use this phrase to be sure that you are not boring people when you tell stories.

This will keep people on the edge of their seat and wanting to hear the next thing you’re going to say.


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