Persuading is expressions to make someone agree to do something, make someone do or believe something by giving them a good reason to do it or by talking to them and making them believe it. the act of influencing the mind by arguments or reasons offered, with anything that moves the mind.
* Come on.
* Give it a try.
* Try them on.
* Believe me, you’ll have fun times.
* Don’t be a spoilsport.
* It will be fun, I’m sure.
* You’ll enjoy it. Go.
* You won’t regret it.
* This is once in your lifetime, don’t waste it.
* It’s your only chance, try it.
* You wouldn’t find them twice, come on!
* You’ll never feel sorry about it.
• Would it be possible for you to …?
• Won’t you …, please?
• Why don’t you …?
• Not even for me/for my sake?
• Just this once!
• You’re not going to let me down, are you?
• How I can persuade you to …?
• Could you/Couldn’t you be persuaded …?
Encouraging is expressions to making someone feel more confidence, to make someone more likely to do something, to talk or behave in a way that gives someone confidence, motivate, give courage to do something.
1. You’re coming along well
2. Keep up the good work
3. That’s a good effort
4. That’s a real improvement
5. You’re on the right lines
6. Keep going
7. Come on, you can do
8. Give it your best shot
9. What have you got to lose?
10. If at first you don’t succeed..
Preventing someone from doing something
Preventing someone from doing something is expressions to stop something from happening, or stop someone from doing something or going somewhere. The rules are intended to prevent accidents.
• You mustn’t…!
• You shouldn’t (really)
• You’d better not…
• (for goodness sake) don’t look!
• You can’t…!
• You’re not (really) supposed to…
• I don’t really think you should…
• Stop! Wait! (or other imperatives)