Sounding loving and caring

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Sounding loving and caring

Tip 1: Use affectionate words

In order to sound loving and caring, we can use affectionate terms when speaking to a significant other or to a very young child.

However, you should be careful with using these terms as they might sound awkward to certain people.








Tip 2: show that you care

Show that you care

- by asking if there’s anything you could do to help,

Would you like me to get/do anything for you?

Is there anything that I can do for you? 

What can I do to help? Can I help you?

Do you want to talk? 

Do you want to tell me about it?

Tell me all about it. 

- by using expressions that shows confirmation or empathy.

Oh, no! / Oh, really! / Wow!

I understand what you’re going through. 

I completely understand what you’re saying.

Let’s listen to a few dialogues to see how to best use the expressions we’ve learned and apply them in everyday situations.

Dialogue 1

A: You’re stressed. What can I do to help? Would you like me to do anything for you?

B: Thanks honey, you’re so sweet. It would be great if you could call the dentist and cancel my appointment for me, I just don’t have any time.

A: Sure, anything to help.

B: Thanks, you are such a good friend.

Dialogue 2

A: I’ve had a rough day.

B: Oh really, tell me all about it.

A: It’s just I am overloaded at work plus I’m studying at night and my boss caught me doing my homework at work and she went crazy! 

A: Oh no, that’s terrible.

B: It’s not fair. It’s the first time I have actually done homework at work and I managed to get caught.

A: I’m sorry darling. I understand what you’re going through. Here let me give you a hug. That will help you feel better. 

Dialogue 3

A: Mum. I got the job!

B: Congratulations sweetie! I’m so proud of you. Let me give you a big hug and a kiss.

Dialogue 4

A: I wish I’d ordered the lasagna, it looks so delicious.

B Here, have half of mine.

A: Thanks dear, just cut me a little piece.