144 English Common Expressions

Be careful.
Be careful driving.
Can you translate this for me?
Chicago is very different from Boston.
Don’t¬†worry.
Everyone knows it.
Everything is ready.
Excellent.
From time to time.
Good idea.
He likes it very much.
Help!
He’s¬†coming¬†soon.
He’s¬†right.
He’s¬†very¬†annoying.
He’s¬†very¬†famous.
How are you?
How’s¬†work¬†going?
Hurry!
I ate already.
I¬†can’t¬†hear¬†you.
I’d¬†like¬†to¬†go¬†for¬†a¬†walk.
I¬†don’t¬†know¬†how¬†to¬†use¬†it.
I¬†don’t¬†like¬†him.
I¬†don’t¬†like¬†it.
I¬†don’t¬†speak¬†very¬†well.
I¬†don’t¬†understand.
I¬†don’t¬†want¬†it.
I¬†don’t¬†want¬†that.
I¬†don’t¬†want¬†to¬†bother¬†you.
I feel good.
If you need my help, please let me know.
I get off of work at 6.
I have a headache.
I hope you and your wife have a nice trip.
I know.
I like her.
I’ll¬†call¬†you¬†when¬†I¬†leave.
I’ll¬†come¬†back¬†later.
I’ll¬†pay.
I’ll¬†take¬†it.
I’ll¬†take¬†you¬†to¬†the¬†bus¬†stop.
I lost my watch.
I love you.
I’m¬†an¬†American.
I’m¬†cleaning¬†my¬†room.
I’m¬†cold.
I’m¬†coming¬†to¬†pick¬†you¬†up.
I’m¬†going¬†to¬†leave.
I’m¬†good,¬†and¬†you?
I’m¬†happy.
I’m¬†hungry.
I’m¬†married.
I’m¬†not¬†busy.
I’m¬†not¬†married.
I’m¬†not¬†ready¬†yet.
I’m¬†not¬†sure.
I’m¬†sorry,¬†we’re¬†sold¬†out.
I’m¬†thirsty.
I’m¬†very¬†busy.¬†I¬†don’t¬†have¬†time¬†now.
I need to change clothes.
I need to go home.
I only want a snack.
Is Mr. Smith an American?
Is that enough?
I¬†think¬†it’s¬†very¬†good.
I think it tastes good.
I thought the clothes were cheaper.
It’s¬†longer¬†than¬†2¬†miles.
I’ve¬†been¬†here¬†for¬†two¬†days.
I’ve¬†heard¬†Texas¬†is¬†a¬†beautiful¬†place.
I’ve¬†never¬†seen¬†that¬†before.
I was about to leave the restaurant when my friends arrived.
Just a little.
Just a moment.
Let me check.
Let me think about it.
Let’s¬†go¬†have¬†a¬†look.
Let’s¬†practice¬†English.
May I speak to Mrs. Smith please?
More than that.
Never mind.
Next time.
No.
Nonsense.
No, thank you.
Nothing else.
Not recently.
Not yet.
Of course.
Okay.
Please fill out this form.
Please take me to this address.
Please write it down.
Really?
Right here.
Right there.
See you later.
See you tomorrow.
See you tonight.
She’s¬†pretty.
Sorry to bother you.
Stop!
Take a chance.
Take it outside.
Tell me.
Thanks for everything.
Thanks for your help.
Thank you.
Thank you miss.
Thank you sir.
Thank you very much.
That looks great.
That’s¬†alright.
That’s¬†enough.
That’s¬†fine.
That’s¬†it.
That smells bad.
That’s¬†not¬†fair.
That’s¬†not¬†right.
That’s¬†right.
That’s¬†too¬†bad.
That’s¬†too¬†many.
That’s¬†too¬†much.
The book is under the table.
They’ll¬†be¬†right¬†back.
They’re¬†the¬†same.
They’re¬†very¬†busy.
This¬†doesn’t¬†work.
This is very difficult.
This is very important.
Try it.
Very good, thanks.
We like it very much.
Would you take a message please?
Yes, really.
You’re¬†beautiful.
You’re¬†very¬†nice.
You’re¬†very¬†smart.
Your things are all here.

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