1000 Most Common English Phrases with PDF

Most Common English Phrases with PDF!

what are phrases?

A phrase is a group of words. Phrases are not a full idea with a verb, predicate, and a subject. English phrases are used as a grammatical unit within a sentence or as a part of the clause.

The Importance of Learning Phrases

After learning phrases you can be an accomplished English speaker.   After learning these phrases you will improve your vocabulary and your speaking skill. It gives you more confidence and makes your sound solid. We are Providing you with some most basic and advance phrases that you can use on relevant occasions to make your English speaking and learning journey more extraordinary. After learning these phrases you will discuss different topics in the English language very easily with full of confidence.

Here is the big list of daily used Phrases:

Most Common English Phrases

 

  • Where are you from?
  • What’s up
  • What are you up to these days
  • We will be having a good time.
  • The scorching sun
  • That’s a good one
  • That is dirt cheap
  • Thank you so much
  • Long time no see
  • It cost me a fortune
  • I’m very busy. I don’t have time now.
  • I’m thirsty.
  • I’m sorry, we’re sold out.
  • I’m not sure.
  • I’m not ready yet.
  • I’m not married.
  • I’m not busy.
  • I’m married.
  • I’m hungry.
  • I’m happy.
  • I’m good, and you?
  • I’m going to leave.
  • I’m coming to pick you up.
  • I’m cold.
  • I’m cleaning my room.
  • I’m an American.
  • I’ll take you to the bus stop.
  • I’ll take it.
  • I’ll pay.
  • I’ll come back later.
  • I’ll call you when I leave.
  • If you need my help, please let me know.
  • I’d like to go for a walk.
  • I love you.
  • I lost my watch.
  • I like her.
  • I know.
  • I hope you and your wife have a nice trip.
  • I have a headache.
  • I get off of work at 6.
  • I feel good.
  • I don’t want to bother you.
  • I don’t want that.
  • I don’t want it.
  • I don’t understand.
  • I don’t speak very well.
  • I don’t like it.
  • I don’t like him.
  • I don’t know how to use it.
  • I can’t hear you.
  • I ate already.
  • I couldn’t agree more.
  • I can’t complain
  • I am starving
  • I am dog tired
  • Hurry!
  • How’s work going?
  • How are you?
  • How are you doing today?
  • He’s very famous.
  • He’s very annoying.
  • He’s right.
  • He’s coming soon.
  • Help!
  • He likes it very much.
  • Good idea.
  • From time to time.
  • Everything is ready.
  • Everyone knows it.
  • Don’t worry.
  • Don’t take it personally
  • Chicago is very different from Boston.
  • Can you translate this for me?
  • Break a leg
  • Beats me!
  • Be careful driving.

Phrases for asking direction

  • Which the best way to …?
  • Where is the nearest post office?
  • Where is …?
  • Pardon me, I’m lost, how do I get to …?
  • May I ask for some help? I need to get to …?
  • Is it far?
  • I’m looking for this address.
  • I’m looking for …
  • How do I get to the library?
  • How do I find…?
  • How can we get to High Park?
  • Excuse me, How can I go to …?
  • Excuse me, could you tell me how to get to the bus station?
  • Do you have a map?
  • Could you direct me to …?
  • Can you tell me the way to the Big Hotel?
  • Can you show me on the map, please?
  • Are you from around here?
  • Are we on the right road for London?

Phrases for giving direction

  • You will pass a supermarket on your left
  • Turn right at the crossroads
  • Turn right
  • Turn left into … Street
  • Turn left
  • Take this road
  • Take the second road on the left
  • Take the first road on the right
  • It’s on your right
  • It’s on your left
  • It’s on the corner
  • It’s next to…
  • It’s in the middle of the block
  • It’s about 100 meters from here
  • Go up…
  • Go straight ahead
  • Go along…
  • Cross…

 

Phrases for saying ‘N0’

  • We appreciate the offer, but …
  • That’s not going to work for me.
  • Sounds fun, but I’m not available.
  • My body says yes, but my heart says no.
  • Maybe another time.
  • It is not a good idea for me.
  • I’m not really into it, but thanks for asking!
  • I’m not able to commit to that right now.
  • I’d rather not, thanks.
  • I want to, but I’m unable to.
  • I just don’t have that to give right now.
  • I am not accepting anything else at this time.
  • Apologies, but I can’t make it.

 

Phrases for staying at a hotel

  • Your room is on the second floor.
  • When I can check-in?
  • We really enjoyed our stay.
  • The room is too noisy.
  • Thank you for staying with us!
  • Please sign your name here.
  • More fresh towels are available at the front desk.
  • Is there anything else we can help you with?
  • I’d like to book a room, please.
  • I’d like a single room, please.
  • How many guests are with you?
  • Do you need help with your bags?
  • Do you need a wake-up call?
  • Do you have a reservation?
  • Can someone help me with my bags?
  • Can I see the room, please?

Phrases to be used in ‘Classroom’

  • Which book?
  • When is the homework for?
  • When is the exam?
  • What page are we on?
  • What is the homework?
  • Teacher, please can you repeat again?
  • Sorry, for being late.
  • May I open/close the window?
  • May I join the class/group?
  • May I go out, please?
  • Is this right?
  • Is this correct?
  • I have done this.
  • I am sorry. I did not hear.
  • I am ready. May I start it?
  • Do we have to write this down?
  • Can you speak louder, please?
  • Can you help me, please?
  • Can you explain that again?
  • Can you explain it once more, please?
  • Can we pack our things now?
  • Can I switch off the lights?
  • Can I pull up the blinds?
  • Can I open the window?
  • Can I go to the toilet?
  • Can I go to the board?
  • Can I go out?
  • Can I answer the question?

Also Check: Idioms to Use in Daily Conversation

Phrases for ‘Shopping’

  • Would you have this in another color?
  • Where is the fitting room?
  • Where is the changing room?
  • Where can I weight my groceries?
  • I’m looking for a leather handbag.
  • How much is this?
  • Does it come with a guarantee/warranty?
  • Do you sell organic vegetables?
  • Do you offer a cash discount?
  • Do you know where else I could try?
  • Do you have this item in stock?
  • Do you have something less pricey (expensive)?
  • Do you have any strawberry?
  • Do you have a smaller size?
  • Do you have a refund policy?
  • Do you have a bigger size?
  • Could you help me, please?

 

Phrases to Accept ‘apology’

  • You couldn’t help it.
  • There’s no need to. It’s all right.
  • There is no need. It’s ok.
  • That’s OK.
  • That’s all right.
  • No need to…
  • No harm is done.
  • Never mind. I quite understand.
  • Never mind.
  • It’s ok.
  • It doesn’t matter.
  • I quite understand.
  • Forget about it. I understand.
  • Forget about it.
  • Don’t worry. You’re forgiven!
  • Don’t worry about it.
  • Don’t apologize.

 

Phrases when you don’t understand something

  • Would you mind repeating that?
  • Sorry, I didn’t hear what you said.
  • Sorry, I didn’t catch that.
  •  Let me repeat that just to make sure?
  • I’m sorry, I don’t understand. Could you repeat that please?
  • Excuse me?
  • Do you mind repeating that?
  • Could you please repeat that?

Phrases for ‘Making Apologies’

  • You couldn’t help it.
  • There’s no need to. It’s all right.
  • There is no need. It’s ok.
  • That’s OK.
  • That’s all right.
  • That was rude of me. I’m sorry.
  • Please, forgive me for…
  • Please, forgive me for my…
  • Please, accept my apologies for…

Phrases for ‘Accepting Apologies’

  • Pardon me for this…
  • No need to…
  • No harm is done.
  • Never mind. I quite understand.
  • Never mind.
  • It’s ok. It doesn’t matter.
  • It’s all my fault.
  • I’m terribly sorry for…
  • I’m really sorry about what I said.
  • I’m really ashamed of what I did.
  • I’m ashamed of…
  • I’d like to apologize for…
  • I shouldn’t have…
  • I quite understand.
  • I must apologize for…
  • I hope you’ll forgive me for…
  • I do apologize for…
  • I apologize for…
  • I am so sorry for…

Also Check: Phrasal verb

Most Common English Phrases – Infographics

phrases for asking direction

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