Most Common English Sentences in daily life (pdf free)

Download most common english speaking sentences pdf book to learn english quickly. We are use use different english sentences in conversation with other professional peoples in daily basis. So if we use english sentences effectively, nor you conversation will be better  and  you can impress other person.

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Common English sentences spoken in the party or feast:

  • Come in please.
  • Please have something cold.
  • Come for a walk please.
  • I’ll be glad to do so.
  • Let’s go by bus.
  • Will you come over here?
  • Will you like to come with us to cinema?
  • Will you spend the whole day with us?
  • Will you join me in the dance?
  • No, I don’t dance.
  • Would you like to play cards?
  • No, I don’t know to play them.
  • Here is an invitation card for you.
  • Thanks for your invitation to dinner.
  • Thank you for remembering me.
  • Could you join us in a taxi tour?

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Common English Sentences for Daily Use while meeting someone and leaving:

  • Hello! How are you?
  • Very well thank you, and you?
  • I am fine.
  • I am glad to see you.
  • Come in please.
  • Please have something cold.
  • Come for a walk please.
  • I’ll be glad to do so.
  • I have heard a lot about you.
  • Look who is it?
  • Are you surprised to see me?
  • Ok see you again.
  • Must you go now?
  • Have a pleasant journey.
  • God bless you.
  • May luck be with you.
  • Please convey my regards to father.
  • I was there but returned last week.
  • Its been a long time since we met.

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How to Say Thanks:

  • Thanks a lot.
  • Thanks for your advice.
  • Thanks for your invitation.
  • I’m very grateful to you.
  • Thanks for the gift.
  • This is very costly.
  • You are very kind.
  • Not at all, it’s my pleasure.
  • This is no matter of kindness, it will rather please me.
  • Wish you a happy new year.
  • Hartley felicitation on your birthday.
  • Many many happy returns of the day.
  • Congratulations on your success.
  • Congratulations on your wedding.
  • Wish you all the best.

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How to request someone?

  • Please wait.
  • Please come back.
  • Let it be.
  • Please come here.
  • Please reply.
  • Let me work
  • Please wake him up.
  • All are requested to reach in time.
  • Hope to hear from you.
  • You don’t forget to write me, will you?
  • Will you do me a favour?
  • Let them relax.
  • Will you please open the door?
  • Please give me a pencil and paper.
  • Could I ask you to move a little?
  • Can you see me day after tomorrow?
  • Please do come day after tomorrow.

 

The Art of saying No to the people:

  • I won’t be able to come.
  • I don’t want to come.
  •  I am sorry to refuse.
  •  They won’t agree to this.
  •  It’s not possible.
  •  It can’t be arranged.
  • She does not like it.
  • How can I disobey you?
  • I won’t be able to do as you wish.
  • You don’t agree with me, would you?
  •  How to Make other people believe:
  •  Don’t you believe it?
  • It’s impossible.
  • It’s only a rumour.
  • It’s only a hearsay rumour.
  • You can fully rely on them.
  • I have full faith in him.

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