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Everyday English Phrases

Everyday English Phrases

October 01, 2023

In this article, we will look at basic, daily and common English sentences that you can add to your daily speech to sound more natural.]

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The common 50 English Phrases have been divided into 6 topics to help you remember them better and use them appropriately when expressing yourself in English.

Introducing Yourself

  • Hi! I am (Name). And you?
  • Nice to meet you.
  • Where are you from?
  • What do you do for a living?
  • What do you like to do in your free time?
  • What is your phone number?
  • Do you have Instagram?

Phrases for Any Conversation

  • Thank you so much.
  • I really appreciate your help.
  • Excuse me.
  • I am sorry.
  • What do you think?
  • How does that sound?
  • That sounds great.
  • Oh, never mind.

Learning English

  • I am learning English.
  • I don't understand.
  • Could you repeat that please?
  • Could you please talk slower?
  • Thank you. That helps a lot.
  • What does that mean?
  • How do you spell that?
  • What do you mean?

Phrases for Shopping

  • Can you help me?
  • I am looking for…
  • Do you have this [object] in a different colour?
  • I do not know my size.
  • I need this in a size 10.
  • Where can I find it?
  • How much does this/that cost?
  • I do not need a bag.
  • Can someone help me carry this out?
  • Can I have this delivered?

Common English

  • How can I help you?
  • I will be with you in a moment.
  • What time is our meeting?
  • Please call me (back) at…
  • Actually, I thought…
  • When is the deadline?
  • I am (just) about to [verb]…

Common English Idioms

  • Break the ice
  • A piece of cake
  • Under the weather
  • Up for/Down for (something)
  • Play it by ear
  • Call it a day/night
  • Get away with (something)
  • Get over something
  • Hang out
  • Take (one’s) time
 

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