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1000 Most Common English Phrases

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Amy is John's girlfriend.

He always does that for me.

He broke the window.

He doesn't look like a nurse.

He has a nice car.

He never gives me anything.

He said this is a nice place.

He's an American.

He's a very good student.

He's faster than me.

He thinks we don't want to go.

His room is very small.

His son.

How are your parents?

How do I use this?

I came with my family.

I'd like to exchange this for Dollars.

I'd like to use the internet

I don't have time right now.

I don't know.

I have money.

I haven't had lunch yet.

I have to go to the post office.

I like Italian food.

I live in California.

I'll talk to you soon.

I made a mistake.

I'm bored.

I'm going to America next year.

I'm going to go have dinner.

I'm tired.

I'm very well, thank you.

I need another key.

I need this to get there by tomorrow.

I need to go now.

Is it suppose to rain tomorrow?

Is John there please? (phone call)

Is this a safe area?

Is this Mr. Smith?

Is this the bus to New York?

Is this your book?

I still have to brush my teeth and take a shower.

Is your father home?

I think so.

I think those shoes are very good looking.

It's very windy.

It takes 2 hours by car.

I've never done that.

I've worked there for five years.

I want to buy something.

I want to contact our embassy.

I want to send this package to the United States.

I want to show you something.

I went to the supermarket, and then to the computer store.

My car isn't working.

Nobody is helping us.

Nobody is there right now.

One like that.

Open the door.

Open the window.

Pick up your clothes.


Please count this for me.

Please tell her John called.

Please tell me.

Please wait for me.

She's going with me tomorrow.

Some books.

Someone does that for me.

Someone is coming.

Sorry, I don't have a pencil.

Start the car.

Take me downtown.

Tell him that I need to talk to him.

That car over there is mine.

That looks old.

That's a good school.

That's her book.

That's not enough.

The car is fixed.

These books are ours.

The TV is broken.

They haven't met her yet.

They're planning to come next year.

They're waiting for us.

This room is a mess.

Those men are speaking English.

What color is that car?

What do you think of these shoes?

When would you like to meet?

Where does your wife work?

Where is Main Street?

Where is my shirt?

Where is the bus station?

Which road should I take?

You're right.

Your house is very nice.