50 English Sentences Used in Daily Life

50 English Sentences Used in Daily Life

50 English Sentences Used in Daily Life

Some phrases are simple when speaking in English, and they appear quite often in everyday use. By learning such sentence and question patterns, you can create very comfortable dialogues and easily respond to messages/emails. By learning the most basic English sentence patterns and question sentences, you can start to dialogue in all areas very easily. These patterns, especially used in everyday life, can also be used in your professional life when replaced by different grammatical structures. For example:

  • Can you give me your laptop bag? (Daily use)
  • Could you please give me your laptop bag? (Official use)

Now let’s look closely at the sentences used in daily life in English:

  1. Which languages do you speak? How many languages do you speak?
  2. Do you speak any foreign languages? How much does your city have?
  3. What’s your president’s name? Where are you going on vacation?
  4. How many degrees is it today?
  5. What is the capital of England?
  6. How many brothers do you have?
  7. What is your profession?
  8. What do you do? Where do you work? What’s your date of birth?
  9. Where are you from?
  10. When do you want to leave?
  11. Welcome here. How can I help you?
  12. What would you like to drink?
  13. What would you like to buy?
  14. You can sit here. Have a seat here, please?
  15. Sorry, it’s busy here. This table is booked, Sir.
  16. Which table would you like to sit at?
  17. We have room in the garden, Sir. Would you like to sit outside?
  18. We have a room upstairs.
  19. Food list, please!
  20. Today, what’s on the menu?
  21. How many kilos of apples do you want? I want to eat.
  22. Would you like to drink tea?
  23. What would you like to eat? What’s the drink? Can you make some tea?
  24. Do you cook?
  25. What do you want? Is it big or small?
  26. Do you want a package? No ice, please.
  27. What drinks are there?
  28. Do you have pepper? Salt, please.
  29. Would you like some ketchup? No ketchup.
  30. Someone else will sit at this table. I’m sorry to keep you waiting.
  31. Would you like something to drink? I want to see the menu.
  32. Do you want soup or salad with it?
  33. Can you get some water? Excuse me.
  34. I’ll tell you in a minute. I am waiting for someone.
  35. Your order is not ready yet, sir. What would you recommend?
  36. Do you have a salad? Are there any vegetarian dishes?
  37. I want some more salad. Can I have some more bread?
  38. This fish is not fresh. Do you have a toilet?
  39. Can I get it as a package? Be careful, the plate is hot.
  40. I hope you enjoyed the food? Is there anything else?
  41. Do you want dessert? Can I have the check? Account, please.
  42. Separate accounts, please. Can we get a receipt?
  43. You can pay for me. I think there’s been a mistake.
  44. Keep the change. Who’s buying? I’m buying it.
  45. What are you getting? When Will dinner be ready?
  46. Dinner’s almost ready. Please sit down at the table.
  47. Would you like to taste? Can you pass me the salt?
  48. Can you pass me your plate? Can you pass the bread?
  49. Can you pour me some more salad? Do you have any more of this?
  50. What’s for dessert? Health in your hand?

Other Examples

  • The food is beautiful. God rather than you.
  • I want foot powder. Is next.
  • Are you in line?
  • How much are the tickets? I’m afraid there are no tickets left?
  • Is there a student discount? Do you have a group discount?
  • How long does the show last? The show lasts two hours.
  • Did you make a reservation? Do you have change?
  • Can you change your bag for another bag?
  • I’d like a dozen roses.
  • Which flowers are the freshest?
  • I want to buy a flower for her birthday.
  • I want a haircut.
  • What kind of model do you want?
  • Will your hair be washed?
  • Do not cut too short
  • Why are you angry with me?
  • I could swear to you.
  • Are you talking seriously?
  • Are you kidding?
  • I’m not kidding. I’m very serious.
  • I don’t like it.
  • You are very handsome.
  • What is your job?
  • I promise.
  • Can you wash my car?
  • No parking here.
  • What’s the serial number plate of her car?
  • What are you doing, my friend?
  • I’m reading a book.
  • What time is your friend going to bed today?
  • What time does your family get up every morning?
  • Do you like animals?
  • Are you going to the cinema today?

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