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1000 Most Common English Phrases

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Are you American?

Are you coming this evening?

Are you free tonight?

Are you going to take a plane or train?

Are you hungry?

Are you sure?

Are you working Tomorrow?

Business is good.


Did it snow yesterday?

Did you get my email?

Did you take your medicine?

Do you feel better?

Do you go to Florida often?

Do you have another one?

Do you know where there's a store that sells towels?

Do you like it here?

Do you like the book?

Do you need anything?

Do you play any sports?

Do you sell medicine? (store)

Do you study English?

Do you want to come with me?

Do you want to go with me?

Excuse me.

Give me a call.

Has your brother been to California?

Have they met her yet?

Have you done this before?

How long have you been here?

How long have you been in America?

How long have you lived here?

How many children do you have?

How many languages do you speak?

How many people do you have in your family?

How much would you like?

How old are you?

I bought a shirt yesterday.

I don't feel well.

I have pain in my arm.

I have to wash my clothes.

I have two sisters.

I'll tell him you called.

I'm 32.

I'm 6'2".

I'm allergic to seafood.

I'm American.

I'm a size 8.

I'm fine, and you?

I'm not afraid.

I'm sick.

I remember.

I speak a little English.

Is your house like this one?

Is your husband also from Boston?

It's not very expensive.

I've been there.

Let's share.

My daughter is here.

My father has been there.

My father is a lawyer.

My grandmother passed away last year.

My name is John Smith.

My son.

My son studies computers.

No, I'm American.

No, this is the first time.

Our children are in America.

She's an expert.

She's older than me.

That car is similar to my car.

This is Mrs. Smith.

This is my mother.

This is the first time I've been here.

We have two boys and one girl.

What are you going to do tonight?

What are your hobbies?

What do you study?

What do you want to do?

What school did you go to?

What's your favorite movie?

What's your last name?

What's your name?

Where are the t-shirts?

Where did you go?

Where did you learn English?

Where did you work before you worked here?

Where do you live?

Where were you?

Who sent this letter?

Would you like to buy this?

Your children are very well behaved.

Your daughter.

You're smarter than him.

You speak English very well.