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No matter how advanced your English is, it’s easy to make serious mistakes that make you seem rude

Sometimes: What you want to say, and what actually comes out of your mouth, can be two different things entirely. The English language is packed with phrases that can, if used the wrong way,  unfortunately, be offensive.

Up until now, such words and phrases were only known by native English speakers. As I said: Up until now.

Ask yourself...

Is there a chance I’m being rude…without even realizing it? 

Have you ever had someone give you a weird look mid-conversation, or just ignore you completely? There’s nothing more frustrating than being misunderstood by a native English speaker. Unfortunately, if what you say is far from what you really want to say, it will stick out like a sore thumb, give the wrong impression and rub native speakers the wrong way.

On a more serious note, offending native speakers can greatly jeopardize your career, future and the respect people have for you.

It’s not your fault, but it doesn’t change the fact that you are probably struggling to close deals, making bad first impressions, and having a hard time fitting in with the people around you.

Nobody wants to feel misunderstood or excluded.

If you are so advanced that people often mistake your accent for native, it will be even MORE offensive when you say something “rude”!

I want to help you avoid this at all costs!

Who am I?

My name is Leandra, and trust me when I say: I feel your pain. As a native English speaker who has learned French and Spanish , I know what it’s like to feel misunderstood when you’re speaking a foreign language. Seeing as I struggled so much to find a solution, I made one to help people overcome their issues far quicker than I did.

I want to introduce you to the right polite expressions. Not using the correct expressions have the power to make or break not just your conversations with people, but your relationships with people.

So, what is this “politeness” in English all about?

It goes way beyond just "please" and "thank you".

That’s why I wrote the Culture Sensitive Phrasebook; a fun, educational and engaging e-guide engineered to help you become a pro, polite English speaker!

Whether you’re an expat living in an English-speaking country, are looking for a new job abroad or simply need to conduct business with native English speakers in your home country, this book was created for YOU.

This is your chance to:

Win the respect of your English-speaking friends and co-workers…

Fit in better overseas…

Improve your job experience…

Access more job opportunities…

Increase your chances of closing more deals…

Enhance your everyday living experiences…

…And so much more!

Many second-language English speakers have already become more polite versions of themselves, all thanks to this eye-opening e-book. You could be next! Sure, there are tons of English books out there. However, few people recognize the importance of this particular aspect – POLITE English speaking!


To discover your true English-speaking potential, invest in not just a book, but a future…by getting yours today!

The ball is in your court. What do you choose to do?

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