Very well.

That’s very well.

Well done.

Very fine.

That’s nice.

Doing great.

I like that.


You did a great job.


Fantastic job!


Hooray for you!


Great stuff!


Super work!


Exceptional perfomance.

You made my day.




Quite right.

That’s right.

That’s it.

That’s correct.

That’s quite right.

Yes, you’ve got it.

You’ve got the idea.

A good guess.


It (all) depends.

It might be, I suppose.

In a way, perhaps.

Sort of , yes.

That’s more like it.

That’s much better.

That’s a lot better.

You’ve improved a lot.

Not really.

Unfortunately not.

I’m afraid that’s not quite right.

You can’t say that, I’m afraid.

You can’t use that word here.

Good try, but not quite right.

Not quite right. Try again.

Not exactly.

You were almost right.

That’s almost it.

You’re halfway there.

You’ve almost got it.

You’re on the right lines.

There’s no need to rush.

There’s no hurry.

We have plenty of time.

Go on. Have a try.

Have a go.

Have a guess.

There’s nothing wrong with your answer.

What you said was perfectly all right.

You didn’t make a single mistake.

That’s exactly the point.

That’s just what I was looking for.

Don’t worry about your pronunciation.

Don’t worry about your spelling.

Don’t worry, it’ll improve.

Maybe this will help you.

Do you want a clue (hint)?

You have good pronunciation.

Your pronunciation is very good.

You are communicating well.

You speak very fluently.

You have made a lot of progress.

You still have some trouble with pronuncation.

You need more practice with these words.

You’ll have to spend some time practising this.

You’re getting better at it all the time.

You’ve improved no end.


That’s the way.


That’s perfectly correct.

That’s correct.

You’ve got the idea.

Very fine.

Jolly good (Only in England).

You made a very good job of that.

That’s (much) (a lot) better.

You are improving.

You have made a lot of progress.

Not quite right, try it again.

You’ve almost got it.

You’re half way there.

Have a guess if you don’t know.

Not to worry, it’ll improve.

What if I give you a clue?

I’ll help you if you get stuck.

That wasn’t very good.

That was rather disappointing.

You can do better than that.

Some of you still need improvement with (adjectives).