100 Useful Phrases in the English Language

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In today's lesson, we're going to focus on the 100 most useful phrases all of which are used in our daily conversation in the English language. We hope these phrases and small sentences will definitely be helpful.


Hi buddy!
Hey buddy!
Hi dude!
Hi guys!
Hi friends!
Hello everyone!
Hi!
Hey.
Howdy!

Good morning!
Good morning, guys!
Good afternoon.
Good evening, Sir.
Good night.
Good day.
Good day for you.

Nice to meet you, buddy!
Good to see you.
It's glad to see you.
Happy to see you.
How are you?
I'm fine.
I'm fine, thanks.
I'm fine, thanks. How about you?
I'm good, thanks.
Not too bad.
I'm very well.
I'm very well indeed!
How it's going?
Everything is fine.
Not so good.
Not great.
Not great, but at the moment okay.
I've been better.
Please
Please have a look.
Please come in.
Please have a seat.
Please be seated.
Please forgive me.
Excuse me.
Thank you.
Thanks for your help.
That's all.
How are you doing?
How is your life?
How's everything?
How's life?
How's your day?
How's everything going?
How's life been treating you?
What's up?
What's new?
What do you do?
What's going on?
What is your name?
How old are you?
Tell me about yourself?
Can you tell me about yourself?
Long time no see.
Long time no talk.
It's been a while.
It's nice to meet you.
Pleased to meet you.
It's a lovely day!
It's such a warm day!
It's such a lovely day!
It's a wonderful evening.
It's such a beautiful day!
May I come in?
Yes, please.
Please come in
You're welcome.
Welcome.
Have a nice day.
Have a great weekend.
Have a good day.
Have a great time.
Have a wonderful holiday.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry about that.
I'm sorry, it was my mistake.
My sincere apologies.
He is such a nice guy.
He is a great man.
She is so pretty.
It's pretty good.
Enjoy!
Enjoy your trip.
Enjoy the summer!
Enjoy your weekend.
Hope you are doing well.
Hope to see you soon.
All is well!
See you buddy.
See you guys.
See you my friends.
See you later.
See you again
See you tomorrow.
I'll call you tomorrow.
God bless you.
Peace be with you.
Bye!
Bye, bye.
Good bye.
Bye for now.

We hope these 100 phrases are very useful in our daily conversation in the English language. If you want to use these simple phrases in your day-to-day life speech, you should practice again and again, until you can recall them instantly.  

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That's all for today and see you soon in another lesson.

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Anymore - Example Sentences

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In today's lesson we are going to focus on "anymore" and learn how to use it in a sentence. The word "anymore" is an adverb, which is usually used in negative sentences and sometimes it is used in interrogative sentences as well.
George Bush is not the US president anymore.
He doesn't cycle anymore
I am not going to play tennis anymore.
I am not going to see her anymore.
I am not going to go to the restaurant anymore.
I can not be a young anymore.
I can't see my grandfather anymore.
I can't stop wrting anymore.
I don't like to see Logan anymore.
I don't like to talk to Jonnet anymore.
John cannot sleep without sleeping pill anymore.
Juliana can't pretend anymore.
Nobody wants radio anymore.
Obama can't be a president of the US anymore.
People don't have typewriters anymore.
Taraka doesn't like here anymore.
The cost of house rent is not cheap in London anymore.
The cost of transportation is not cheap any more.
The old pen isn't used anymore.
Thom isn't teacher in the IC school anymore.
We can't see Fahria anymore.
We can't trust Anna Smith anymore.
We don't want to talk about the matter anymore.

Let's have a look at some more explanation about the word and its usage: 

"I used to play tennis but after the accident I can't play anymore."

In this sentence, "he used to play tennis" is a past activity but "he can't play anymore" means he no longer plays tennis. Also have a look in the sentence we use "anymore in end position.

"Do you like to tennis anymore?" 
"Can't you play tennis anymore?" 
"Why don't you like to play tennis anymore?" 

Please have a look the word "anymore" in the above sentences that is used in interrogative sentences.

Homework

Using the word "anymore", try to construct some sentences in your own way. 

If you do practice, it would be very useful to increase your English writing skills. 

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We hope in this lesson you have a clear understanding about the word "anymore" and its usage in a sentence. Also, we hope this lesson will helpful and see you soon for the next lesson.

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Have You Ever + Example Sentences

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Today in the English Sentence Database, we're going to look at some example of "Have you ever +..." sentences all of which are present perfect interrogative sentences. 

In this lesson, we've highlighted the topic phrase "have you ever" in blue for easy to understand. 

Have you ever fallen in love?
Have you ever gone abroad?
Have you ever had a dream?
Have you ever been to London?
Have you ever cheated on your partner?
Have you ever claimed to be a U.S. citizen?
Have you ever applied for a green card?
Have you ever applied for an immigrant visa?
Have you ever considered starting your own business?
Have you ever considered working online?
Have you ever danced with devil in the pale moonlight?
Have you ever danced with girls in a club?
Have you ever eaten sushi?
Have you ever experienced an earthquake?
Have you ever experienced cultural shock?
Have you ever experienced discrimination?
Have you ever heard about ancient Tamil culture?
Have you ever just looked at someone and thought?
Have you ever just looked at someone?
Have you ever kept a pet?
Have you ever loved a woman?
Have you ever loved someone so much?
Have you ever met a famous person?
Have you ever met a celebrity?
Have you ever met a girl that you tried to date?
Have you ever met someone so beautiful?
Have you ever participated in an international meetup?
Have you ever played soccer?
Have you ever purchased something from Microsoft?
Have you ever questioned the nature of your reality?
Have you ever really loved a woman?
Have you ever seen a rainbow?
Have you ever tried to sleeping with a broken heart?
Have you ever used other names?
Have you ever visited a dating website?
Have you ever visited another country?
Have you ever visited Canada?
Have you ever watched a Japanese movie?
Have you ever watched a moonbeam?
Have you ever watched the sun go down?
Have you ever volunteered for some kind of community service?
Have you ever imagined a world without hypothetical situations?

Questions and Answers
In our daily conversation, if someone asks a question with the present perfect form, your answers would be like this, for examples:

Have you ever visited Canada?
Yes, I have. (short answer)
Yes, I have visited Canada several times. (full answer)

Have you ever visited a dating website?
Sorry, I haven't.
Sorry, I have never visited a dating website. (full answer)
Yes, I have. (short answer)
Yes, I have visited a dating website. (full answer)

Have you ever met a famous person? 
Yes, I have.
Yes, I have met a famous person.
Yes, I have met many famous figures.
Yes, I have met Lady Gaga.

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Have You Ever Wondered + Example Sentences

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Have you ever wondered how the universe began, what about God, where your dreams come from, and why we are here? These kinds of questions are most of the time arise in our mind and we don't know the exact answers for all of them, but we are wondered. Today in the English Sentence Database, we are going to focus on some example of "have you ever wondered +..." sentences all of which are interrogative sentences. Let's begin.
Have you ever wondered why we are here?
Have you ever wondered why we dream?
Have you ever wondered why we kiss?
Have you ever wondered what about God?
Have you ever wondered how a mirror works?
Have you ever wondered how a woman's brain works?
Have you ever wondered how rimfire ammunition is made?
Have you ever wondered how the God who made the universe?
Have you ever wondered how the universe began?
Have you ever wondered how time flies?
Have you ever wondered science questions?
Have you ever wondered the teaching of the mormon church?
Have you ever wondered what a human life is worth?
Have you ever wondered what exactly coca cola is?
Have you ever wondered what is going on in someone's mind?
Have you ever wondered what it's like to rule the world?
Have you ever wondered what keeps a hot air balloon flying?
Have you ever wondered what keeps a hot?
Have you ever wondered what life is about?
Have you ever wondered what makes the wind blow?
Have you ever wondered what protects our hearts?
Have you ever wondered what your insides look like?
Have you ever wondered what's in a cigarette?
Have you ever wondered where our food come from?
Have you ever wondered where the word politics come from?
Have you ever wondered where your dream come from?
Have you ever wondered why a camel can run in a desert easily?
Have you ever wondered why fairy tales all end in lies?
Have you ever wondered why is moon so lonely?
Have you ever wondered why must we serve?
Have you ever wondered why the sky is blue?
Have you ever wondered why there are 360 degrees in a circle?
Have you ever wondered why we are here what's it all about?
Have you ever wondered if there someone who thinks about you?
Have you ever wondered how those great diversity of life on earth?
Have you ever wondered what the qualities of a really professional teacher?
Have you ever wondered why foreigners have trouble with the English language?
Have you ever wondered what animals and plants live in the different biomes?

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The World's Most + Example Phrases

Today in the English Sentence Database, we are going to focus on some example of "The world's most +..." phrases. Please keep in mind all of which are not full sentences. However, at the end of the page we've given some examples that will show you how to change these phrased to sentences.

The world's most qualified person
The world's most wanted woman
The world's most watched TV show
The world's most watched sporting event
The world's most wonderful places
The world's most expensive car
The world's most expensive house
The world's most expensive dog
The world's most relaxing song
The world's most romantic places
The world's most remote places
The world's most terrifying places
The world's most youngest father
The world's most YouTube views
The world's most unsolved mysteries
The world's most intelligent dog
The world's most innovative companies
The world's most offensive jokes
The world's most poisonous snake
The world's most populated country
The world's most popular movie
The world's most admired companies
The world's most spoken language
The world's most successful football team
The world's most scariest places
The world's most safest cities
The world's most dangerous roads
The world's most famous person
The world's most funniest video
The world's most generous county
The world's most grossing movie
The world's most hottest girl
The world's most known person
The world's most luxurious car
The world's most beautiful woman
The world's most mysterious places
The world's most muscular man
The world's most multicultural city

As we said above, all of these are phrases. Now we're going to look at these phrases how to make as full sentences; for example, if we want to make a sentence, we just add a predicate at the end of the phrase. 

Examples:

The world's most watched TV show is British Royal Wedding.
The world's most intelligent dog name is Border collie.
The world's most multicultural city is London. 

Note: 
When we switch these phrases to sentences, these phrases become subjects. 

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Which Do You Prefer + Example Sentences

Today in the English Sentence Database, we've added some example of "Which do you prefer + ...?" interrogative sentences. In our daily conversation, we often use these sentences for asking about someone's preference. 

Which do you prefer a pencil or a pen?
Which do you prefer blackberries or blueberries?
Which do you prefer coffee or tea?
Which do you prefer courtship before or at the present times?
Which do you prefer dogs or cats?
Which do you prefer e-books or books?
Which do you prefer eating at home or restaurant?
Which do you prefer football or cricket?
Which do you prefer health or wealth?
Which do you prefer jogging or walking?
Which do you prefer living in the countryside or living in the city?
Which do you prefer orange juice or apple juice?
Which do you prefer pancakes or cereals?
Which do you prefer rain or snow?
Which do you prefer reading newspapers or magazines?
Which do you prefer summer or winter?
Which do you prefer sunrise or sunset?
Which do you prefer working alone or working in groups?
Which do you prefer working independently or in a team?
Which do you prefer American English or British English?


When someone asks you, "Which do you prefer?", then there are always two or more than two options for your preference (one alternative over another or others). Then the answer would be like this: 

For example:
Which do you prefer coffee or tea?

I prefer coffee. 
I prefer tea.

Perhaps you can say, "I prefer both." or "I prefer either". In this case this answer is not wrong, but if you look at the question clearly, "Which do you prefer...?" means what do you like the most between the two. So here you have to choose one, which will be your preference because the person who asks your choice.

If you don't like both of two, you can say, " I don't prefer either." or "I prefer neither."  

I prefer neither. 
I don't prefer either.

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Looking Forward To + Example Sentences

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Welcome back to English Sentence Database. In today's lesson we're going to look at some example of "I'm looking forward to +" sentences. Please have a look in these sentences, "look forward to" is a phrasal verb. It is one of the most useful phrasal verbs to know because it's often used in everyday English.  

I'm looking forward to an interview.
I'm looking forward to him arriving next month.
I'm looking forward to it.
I'm looking forward to our future collaboration.
I'm looking forward to our meeting.
I'm looking forward to our next meeting.
I'm looking forward to the Christmas-party.
I'm looking forward to the interview tomorrow.
I'm looking forward to the interview.
I'm looking forward to the meeting.
I'm looking forward to the opportunity to work with you.
I'm looking forward to the summer break.
I'm looking forward to the weekend.
I'm looking forward to your advice.
I'm looking forward to your comments and suggestions.
I'm looking forward to your email.
I'm looking forward to your feedback.
I'm looking forward to your next lesson.
I'm looking forward to your positive response.
I'm looking forward to your quick reply.
I'm looking forward to your quick response.
I'm looking forward to your reply.

As we mentioned above, "looking forward to" is a phrasal verb followed by a pronoun and a noun phrase.

Now we're going to look at the phrasal verb how to use with gerund (ing+ form), which is functioning as a noun.

I'm looking forward to collaborating with you.
I'm looking forward to contributing.
I'm looking forward to discussing my qualification.
I'm looking forward to getting to know you better.
I'm looking forward to getting your approval.
I'm looking forward to going on vacation.
I'm looking forward to going to Canada.
I'm looking forward to going to the United States.
I'm looking forward to graduating from college.
I'm looking forward to having teacher like you!
I'm looking forward to hearing back from you.
I'm looking forward to hearing from him.
I'm looking forward to hearing from you soon.
I'm looking forward to hearing from your reply.
I'm looking forward to hearing good News from you.
I'm looking forward to keeping in touch.
I'm looking forward to learning from you.
I'm looking forward to learning the English language.
I'm looking forward to meeting you.
I'm looking forward to participating in the project.
I'm looking forward to playing football next week.
I'm looking forward to receiving your call.
I'm looking forward to receiving your comments.
I'm looking forward to receiving your confirmation.
I'm looking forward to receiving your feedback.
I'm looking forward to receiving your further information.
I'm looking forward to receiving your kind reply.
I'm looking forward to receiving your quotation.
I'm looking forward to seeing you again.
I'm looking forward to seeing you in the Marina beach.
I'm looking forward to seeing you soon.
I'm looking forward to speaking English fluently
I'm looking forward to speaking with you.
I'm looking forward to spending time with my family.
I'm looking forward to talking with you.
I'm looking forward to visiting another country.
I'm looking forward to visiting your office.
I'm looking forward to watching a movie with my girlfriend.
I'm looking forward to watching cricket match.
I'm looking forward to working with all of you.
I'm looking forward to working with you again in the future.
I'm looking forward to working with you.

If the second verb has a different subject, we use the object form of the pronoun, not the subject form:

I'm looking forward to him arriving next month.
I'm looking forward to he arriving next month. (incorrect)

I'm looking forward to your reply.
I'm looking forward to you reply. (incorrect)

After the "looking forward to" phrasal verb, we can't use verb, so we must use gerund (+ing functioning as a noun).

I'm looking forward to hearing from you.
I'm looking forward to hear from you. (incorrect)

I'm looking forward to going to the United States.
I'm looking forward to go to the United States. (incorrect)

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Simple Present Third-Person Form Example Sentences

In this lesson you can see some example of simple present third-person sentences. 

He learns English.
He slowly learns to speak English.
He likes to visit the USA.
He always forgets his purse.
He answers the phone.
He borrows some books from his friend.
He buys a shirt
He celebrates his birthday.
He chooses a nice shirt.
He deposits money in the bank.
He drives a car.
He enjoys English songs.
He exercises everyday.
He flies to America.
He follows a computer course.
He gets up early every morning.
He gives up his bad habit.
He goes grocery shopping once a week.
He goes to market.
He likechocolate ice-cream.
He listens to News.
She loves English.
She negotiates her salary.
She only eats fish.
She operates the computer.
She pays the loan.
She plays tennis.
She practices her religion.
She reads a book.
She reads the newspaper.
She renovates the house.
She solves her problems.
She goes to the cinema
She takes a transfer.
She takes the train to the office.
She usually does washing on Sundays.
She usually drives to work.
She usually takes the bus.
She waits for you.
She watches a movie.
She works in London.
She works on the computer.
She worries about that.
She writes an article.
It works very well.
It ends with us.
It rains.
The flight departs at 9:15 pm.
The passenger cruise arrives tomorrow morning.

In simple present, when we form a sentence, we use the base verb, which in this first case is "work". But in the third-person form we add "works".  Check out the table below:

I work singular
You work singular
He works singular (third-person)
She works singular (third-person)
It works singular (third-person)
We work plural
You work plural
They work plural

If the verb like do, then we add "es".

For example:

He does.
He goes to school.

If the verb ends in "y", like "study", then we add "ies".

For example:

She studies.
She studies in the USA.

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