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TOP-20 phrases in English for beginners

TOP-20 phrases in English for beginners

Here are 20 basic phrases for beginners to learn a language: with their help, you can start language practice and expand your vocabulary. How to tell about yourself in the English language, maintain a dialogue, apologize, thank and say goodbye - all this in 20 phrases in English. 

Meet

  • I'm Julia. And what's your name? - I am Yulia. What is your name?
  • Nice to meet you. - Pleased to meet you.
  • I'm from Russia. And where are you from? - I'm from Russia. Where are you from?

We are interested in the interlocutor

  • I learn English. - I learn English.
  • Do you have a pet? - Do you have a pet?
  • What is your favorite movie? - What is your favorite movie?
  • What is your favorite dish? - What is your favorite dish?
  • What is your job? - What do you do?
  • Tell me about your hobby. - Tell me about your hobby.

Expressing understanding / misunderstanding

  • Could you say it again, please? - Could you say it again, please?
  • I understand / I don't understand. - I understand / I don't understand.
  • How do I get to ... - How do I get to / in ...

Asking questions

  • What does this word mean? - What does this word mean?
  • How to spell that? - How to write it?
  • Could I ask you about ... - Can I ask you about ...

Thank you, sorry and goodbye

  • Excuse me. - Sorry (courtesy).
  • I'm sorry. - Sorry (sorry for the misconduct) / I'm sorry (sympathy for the interlocutor).
  • Thank you. - Thank you.
  • Your welcome / Not at all / Don't mention it - Please / Not at all / Don't thank.
  • See you later! - Bye! / See you again!
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Egor Eremeev
Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Westminster University (Business & Management), London.
Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
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