Jeremy’s English Tips #13: How to sound like a native with filler words

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Episode description

This episode will be helpful for people who are having conversations in English but want to sound more natural. That means that this episode will be helpful for people who want to sound more like a native English speaker when they’re speaking English. And you can do that by utilizing filler words.

Key Points

  • Filler words are words or sounds that fill the gaps in speech
  • Native speakers use filler words all the time without knowing it
  • English learners can use filler words to “buy time”
  • Some examples of filler words in English include: uhh, umm, ahh, OK, you know
  • These words at NOT used in writing and, if possible, should be avoided in formal speaking

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