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  • Stop Saying Always “I’m Sorry!”

    Stop Saying Always “I’m Sorry!”

    Introduction As we speak English, we used to say I’m Sorry for expressing regret. Actually, this is a simple and direct way to express regret, and your sentence is completely correct. However, it seems not professional to always repeat this word when you are referring a regret. For example, “I’m Sorry for what I said…