Saying “I’m sorry!”

American Culture,English Vocabulary 12 March 2010 | 2 Comments

Saying “I’m sorry” is a useful phrase to know in any language. In this post, I will teach you a few other ways of saying, “I’m sorry.”

I’m so sorry.
I’m very sorry.
Excuse me.
Pardon me.
Pardon.
Please forgive me.
I regret what I did or I regret what I have done.
I wish I could change things.
I’m sorry for your loss. (You can use this when someone dies.)
I owe you an apology.
I apologize.
I’m sorry to hear that. (You can use this when someone tells you bad news, like they lost their job.)
Opps or Whoops, sorry
My bad. (Slang – teenagers use it a lot.)

And guys – if you are saying sorry to your girlfriend or wife, make sure you bring some flowers. Flowers are a good way of saying, “I’m sorry!”

2 Responses on “Saying “I’m sorry!””

  1. Albemayra says:

    The final recomendation it’s so sweet!

  2. Yvonne says:

    Awww, thanks! I know it works on me with my husband. LOL! Thanks for coming to my site!

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