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Complaining

You complain when something does not go or is not right. There are many expressions you can use to complain in English. 

  • I’m sorry to bother you but… 
  • There seems to be a problem with… 
  • Can you please help me with… 
  • I want to complain about… 
  • Could you please tell me why… 
  • I’m sorry to say this but… 
  • I hate to tell you but… 
  • I’m not satisfied with… 

Example Complaints: 

  • – I’m sorry to bother you but I need more ketchup. 
  • – There seems to be a problem with my order. I didn’t get the right thing. 
  • – I hate to tell you but this food is cold. 
  • – I’m not satisfied with the service. The waiter hasn’t been to our
  • – table in more than 20 minutes.

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