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A YouTube video titled "NÃO DIGA "MORE OR LESS"" provides viewers with 7 different ways to express approximation in English without using the phrase "more or less." The alternatives presented include "sort of," "ish," "approximately," "roughly," and "give or take," among others. The video advises against using "more or less" and encourages learners to use these alternatives instead to sound more natural and fluent.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, a YouTuber shares 7 different ways to say "more or less" in English without using the outdated term. The first and most common way is to use the word "sort of", or "kind of", followed by a description of what you're referring to. Another way is to use "ish", added as a suffix to a word to indicate that it's approximate. For example, you could say "I'll be there around 7-ish" to mean "more or less at 7 o'clock". The video also shares other ways to express approximation, including by using the terms "approximately", "roughly", and "give or take".
  • 00:05:00 In this section, the video advises against using the commonly used phrase "more or less" and offers seven alternative phrases to use instead. The video explains that while "more or less" is not incorrect, it is not an expression commonly used by native speakers. The alternatives presented include "like this," "kind of," "sort of," "okay," "so-so," "not great," and "alright." By using these phrases instead of "more or less," learners can sound more natural and fluent in their speech. The video reminds viewers to subscribe to the channel and activate notifications for future videos.

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