Phrases to Help you Speak Naturally
One example of an English Fluency Bit is “be that as it may.” Be that as it may. Be that as it may. It just means even if that’s how something is, then we still have to do something else. So, as an example: “Ahhh. The weather is kind of… kind of… uhhh… crappy today,” a friend of yours might say. And you can say, “Well, be that as it may, we’re still going running today. Be that as it may, we’re still going running today.”
So, I can say, “Even though it’s raining, or even though the weather is crappy, we can still go running today.” This is a… uhhh… basic way of using just the grammar, but if you use the phrase “be that as it may,” you actually speak naturally. Ahhh! Be that as it may! Be that as it may!