An elegance coach has revealed the 10 words and phrases that make you sound unsophisticated, including overusing 'very' and saying 'PJs'.
Anna Bey, who splits her time between London and Geneva, explained in her most recent YouTube clip how certain words and phrases might seem 'posh' but actually show that you are more common than you think.
Among them is saying 'bubbles' instead of 'Prosecco' and 'pardon me' instead of 'excuse me'.
Anna, who founded The School of Affluence, boasts 1.02million subscribers on YouTube, where she shows viewers how to live a 'feminine lifestyle' in the hopes of attracting an affluent partner - and claims the way you speak plays a key part in this.
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