100 English Sentences Used in Daily Life

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100 English Sentences Used in Daily Life

100 English Sentences Used in Daily Life

100 English sentences used in daily life! English is widely spoken around the world and has become the language of international communication. As a result, many people who do not speak English as their first language often learn at least a few basic phrases. Here are 100 common English sentences that are used in daily life:

English Sentences Used in Daily Life

1. I’m sorry.
2. Thank you.
3. Yes, please. / No, thank you.
4. Where is the (bathroom/post office/bank)?
5. How much does this cost?
6. Excuse me. / Sorry. / Pardon me.
7. Can you help me?
8. Do you speak English?
9. I don’t understand. / I don’t know.
10. Could you please repeat that?
11. Would you mind speaking more slowly?
12. Can you spell that for me, please?
13. How do you say “_____” in English?
14. What does “_____” mean?
15. My name is _____. / Nice to meet you. / What’s your name? / Please call me _____.
16. Where are you from?
17. I’m from _____.
18. Are you American?
19. What’s your nationality?
20. Do we have to fill out this form in English?
21. Is there someone here who speaks _____?
22. How old are you?
23. When is your birthday?
24. How are you?
25.”I’m fine, thank you.”
26.”I’m not feeling well.”
27.”I’m very tired.”
28.”Can I help you?”
29.”Can I take your order?”
30.”I’d like _____, please.”
31.”I’d like a cup of coffee, please.”
32.”I’m just looking, thank you.”
33.”Do you have this in my size?”
34.”I need _____.”
35.”I’m looking for ______.”
36.”Is there anything else you need?”
37.”That’ll be $ ______, please.”
38.”Here’s your change.”
39.”Thank you for shopping with us!”
40.”Have a nice day!”
41.”Goodbye!”
42.”See you later!”
43.”See you tomorrow!”
44.”See you next week!”
45.”Thanks!”
46.”Thanks a lot!”
47.”Thank you very much!”
48.”Welcome!”
49.”Congratulations!”
50.”Sorry about that. “No problem.”
51. “I’m sorry. “I apologize. “Excuse me.” “Pardon me.”
52. “What? “ “Huh? “ “Come again?”
53. “I beg your pardon?”
54. “What did you say?”
55. “Sorry, I didn’t catch that. “Could you repeat that, please?”
56. “Can you spell that for me? “How do you spell that?”
57. “Do you have a pen I could borrow? “Can I borrow a pen from you?”
58. “Do you have a pencil I could borrow?” “Can I borrow a pencil from you?”
59. “I need to use the restroom. “Where is the nearest restroom?”
60. “Could you please point me in the right direction? “Which way is _____?”
61. “I’m lost.” “Can you help me find _____?” “Could you give me directions to _____?”
62. “Go straight.” “Turn left/right.” “It’s the first/second/third on the left/right.”
63. “It’s just around the corner.” “It’s nearby.” “It’s a short walk from here.”
64. “It’s far.” “It’s a long way from here.” “Can you give me a ride?”
65. “Is there public transportation to _____?” “Which bus/train goes to _____?”
66. “When does the bus/train for _____ leave?” “What time is the next bus/train to _____?”
67. “I missed my bus/train.” “I’m sorry, but you just missed the last bus/train to _____.” “When is the next one?”
68. “One ticket to _____, please.” “How much is a ticket to _____?”
69. “I’d like a window seat.” “I’d like an aisle seat.”
70. “Is this seat taken?” “Do you mind if I sit here?”
71. “Can I store my luggage here?” “Where can I check my luggage?”
72. “Can I leave my luggage here for a few minutes? “Is it alright if I leave my luggage here?”
73. “Excuse me, where is the exit? “Can you tell me how to get out of here?”
74. “Fire!” “Help!” “I’m injured! “Call a doctor!”
75. “I don’t feel well.” “Can I see a doctor, please?”
76. “I’d like to see a dentist, please.” “I need to see a dentist.”
78. “I’m sick.” “I think I have the flu.”
79. “Is there a hospital around here? “ “Where is the nearest hospital?”
80. “Can you tell me how to get to the police station? “ “How can I get to the police station?”
81. “Do you have any vacancies? “ “I’m looking for a room for tonight. “ “I need a single/double room.”
82. “How much is it per night? “ “Is breakfast included?”
83. “When can I check in? “ “What time is checkout?”
84. “I’d like to stay for _____ nights. “ “I’ll be staying for _____ nights.”
85. “Can I see the room, please? “ “Is there a TV in the room?”
86. “Do you have any non-smoking rooms? “ “Do you have any rooms with two beds?”
87. “I need to make a phone call. “ “Can I use your phone?”
88. “Can you wake me up at _____ tomorrow? “ “Can you call me at _____ in the morning?”
89. “I’d like to leave a message for _____. “ “Could you please take a message for _____?”
90. “I need to send a fax. “ “Can I use your fax machine?”
91. “Is there a photocopy machine around here? “ “Can I make some photocopies, please?”
92. “Do you have an envelope I can borrow? “ “Could you give me an extra piece of paper, please?”
93. “Can you help me with this? “ “Can you do this for me, please?”
94. “Can you show me how to use this? “ “I don’t know how to use this. “ “Excuse me, how do I use this machine?”
95. “Do you have a map of the city? “ “Do you know where _____ is?”
96. “Can you help me find a restaurant? “ “I’m looking for a good place to eat. “ “Where’s a good place to eat around here?”
97. “Is there a good place to eat near here? “ “Do you have any recommendations for a good place to eat?”
98. “What kind of food do you have? “ “I’d like _____.”
99. “I don’t eat _____. “ “I’m a vegetarian. “ “I’m allergic to _____.”
100. “Can I see the menu, please? “ “Can I see the wine list, please?”
101. “I’d like _____, please. “ “I’ll have _____. “ “I’ll have the _____.”
102. “I’d like a glass of _____. “ “Can I have a bottle of _____, please?”
103. “Can I have a cup of coffee, please? “ “Can I have a tea, please? “ “

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