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2, MOST FREQUENT WORDS IN SPOKEN ENGLISH in order of usage, and with parts of speech the. (definite article, adverb) and. (conjunction). English words) that you can use in many different situations. The phrases Phrasal Verbs in Conversation 6 Ways to Express Interest in a Conversation. EVERYDAY CONVERSATIONS: LEARNING AMERICAN ENGLISH. ENGLISH LEARNING . Development program. Since these two words make a compound noun, the main “Sure” is often used in informal conversation to mean “yes.” 11 .


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The Most Common Spoken Words in English. 1. a, an. 2. after. 3. again. 4. all . 5. almost. 6. also. 7. always. 8. and. 9. because. before. big. but. The list of words below are the most frequently used words in Spoken English. The words were selected by analyzing more than , words from. Index of Tables G Vocabulary for Lessons H Common Irregular Verbs I. 1. More spoken English Study J Lesson Page Icons and Text Notations K

What do you think? How does that sound? If you suggest an idea or plan, use this phrase to find out what others think. We could have dinner at 6, and then go to a movie. That sounds great. If you like an idea, you can respond to 6 with this phrase. We could go to my house and eat some. B: That sounds fantastic! Oh never mind. But why—do you need something?

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A: Oh, never mind. The following phrases will be useful for this. The U. Electoral College seems very confusing!

Could you repeat that please? Could you please talk slower? Native speakers can talk very fast. Fast English is hard to understand! This is an easy way to ask someone to speak more slowly. Note: This phrase is not grammatically correct. For example: My car is slower than yours. A: You can give us a call any weekday from a. Thank you. That helps a lot. After someone starts speaking more slowly for you, thank them with this phrase.

You can use it in many other situations, too. A: Ben, could you please make the font bigger? B: Sure! A: Thank you. How do you spell that? English spelling can be tricky , so make sure to learn this question. B: How do you spell that? What do you mean?

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When you understand the words one by one, but not what they mean together, use this question. B: What do you mean? Phrases for Introducing Yourself and Making Friends Here are some phrases for introducing yourself when you meet new people, and questions to learn more about them. And you?

Nice to meet you. B: Nice to meet you, Chad. A: Nice to meet you too. Where are you from?

Ask this question to find out which country someone is from. Say both the question and answer aloud right now. Four times, remember? A: Nice to meet you, Sergio. Yes, four times!

Then, print this list of phrases. If you have a conversation partner , ask your exchange partner to say the phrases while you record them on a smartphone, computer or recording device.

That way you can listen to the recording and practice the pronunciation by yourself at home. See yourself saying the phrase. Write on your list and check off each phrase as you learn it.

Thanks so much. This is a simple sentence you can use to thank someone. For example: Thanks so much for the birthday money.

Word Frequencies in Written and Spoken English: based on the British National Corpus.

Thanks so much for driving me home. I really appreciate… You can also use this phrase to thank someone. For example, you might say: I really appreciate your help. Or you can combine 1 and 2: Thanks so much for cooking dinner. I really appreciate it.

I really appreciate you cooking dinner. Excuse me.

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For example: Excuse me sir, you dropped your wallet. Excuse me, do you know what time it is? Use this phrase to apologize, whether for something big or small. What do you think? How does that sound? If you suggest an idea or plan, use this phrase to find out what others think.

We could have dinner at 6, and then go to a movie. That sounds great. If you like an idea, you can respond to 6 with this phrase. We could go to my house and eat some. B: That sounds fantastic! Oh never mind. But why—do you need something? A: Oh, never mind. The following phrases will be useful for this. The U. Electoral College seems very confusing! Could you repeat that please?

Could you please talk slower? Native speakers can talk very fast. Fast English is hard to understand! This is an easy way to ask someone to speak more slowly. Note: This phrase is not grammatically correct. For example: My car is slower than yours.

A: You can give us a call any weekday from a. Thank you. That helps a lot. After someone starts speaking more slowly for you, thank them with this phrase.

You can use it in many other situations, too.Please call me back at Most adults ask each other this question when they meet. How dare you…! Angel D jah - May 6, Really useful.

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