10 What are you good at? Describing skills
What are you good at? Or what are you bad at? We often need to talk about what we can do or can’t do: either at work (at the job interview, for example) or in our everyday life. We are often very emotional. If you use a phrase ‘I can swim well’, the grammar here is a bit tricky (modal verbs are the most terrible you can get in English).
In everyday speaking, we use set expressions with with the verb ‘to be’ a lot. Such structures are more flexible and easier to deal with. Use a simple expression ‘be good / bad at (doing) something’ to talk about your skills. Let me show you how in this episode of the podcast:
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