Hello & Goodbye
- Good morning
- Good afternoon
- Good evening
- How are you?
- How are you doing?
- How do you do?
Responding to Hello:
- Good morning
- Good afternoon
- Good evening
- I am fine thank you
- Can not complain
- Not bad
Leaving and saying goodbye:
- All right, everyone, it's time to head off.
- Anyway, guys I am going to make a move.
- Ok, everyone, it is time to leave you.
- See you later
- Talk to you later!
If you want to say goodbye in a hurry:
- I am so sorry, I have got to rush off
- I am afraid, I am going to have to hurry!
Saying goodbye politely after meeting someone:
- Glad to see you.
- It has been lovely to see you.
- It was great to see you.
- Good to see you.
- Have a lovely evening.
- Have a good day.
Saying goodbye to your hosts:
- Thanks very much for dinner, it was lovely!
- Thank you very much for having me.
Other ways to say goodbye:
- Take care
- Bye Bye!
- Later man bro!
- Have a good one!
- It is time to be going!
- See ya later
- So Long!
- Catch you later
- I am out!
- Smell you later
- Peace out
- My name is Russell
- I am Alif
- Nice to meet you, I am Russell
- Pleased to meet you, I am Alif
- Let me introduce myself
- Allow me to introduce myself
- I would like to introduce myself, I am Russell
- Russell, please meet Alif.
- Russell, have you met Alif?
- I would like you to meet Afra.
- I would like to introduce you to Tusnuva.
- Tusnuva, this is Afra. Afra this is Tusnuva.
- Let me introduce my nephew, Alif
- Allow me to introduce a friend to you
- I would like to introduce my friend, Sahadat
- Nice to meet you.
- Pleased to meet you.
- Happy to meet you.
- Glad to meet you.
- How do you do?
Alif:Hi! My name is Alif Hossain, the new manager.
Russell:Hi! I am Russell. Nice to meet you, mister Alif Hossain.
Alif:please meet mister Tamal, my assistant.
Tamal:How do you do?
Russell:I am ok and you?
Telling The Time
How to tell the time in English?
There are two common ways of telling the time in English. For 1:30 you can use one of these two ways.
- Digital: the easier way - One thirty
- Classical: you say the minutes first then the hour - thirty to two
Asking about the time:
- What time is it?
- What time do you make it?
- What is the time?
- What Have you got the right time?
Telling the time:
- 2.00 - It is two o'clock - It is two
- 2.06 - It is six minutes past two - It is two oh six
- 2.09 - It is nine minutes past two - It is two oh nine
- 2.12 - It is twelve past two - It is two twelve
- 2.15 - It is a quarter past two - It is two fifteen
- 2.20 - It is twenty past two - It is two twenty
- 2.25 - It is twenty-five past two - It is two twenty-five
- 2.30 - It is half past two - It is two thirty
- 2.35 - It is twenty-five to three - It is two thirty-five
- 2.40 - It is twenty to three - It is two forty
- 2.45 - It is a quarter to three - It is two forty-five
- 2.50 - It is ten to three - It is two fifty
- 2.55 - It is five to three - It is two fifty-five
- 2.57 - It is three minutes to three - It is two fifty-seven
- 2.58 - It is nearly three o'clock - It is two fifty-eight
- 3.00 - It is three o'clock - It is three
- 3.30 - Half past three - Thirty minutes till 4
Question: How long untill we leave?
Answer: A few minutes.
Question: What time is it now?
Answer: A couple minutes past two.
Question: Do you know what time it is now?
Answer: About ten minutes past midnight
Question: When do the trains stop running?
Answer:At fifteen after twelve
Question:What is the time, please?
Answer:It is two o'clock.
Ask & Answer
General or Yes,No Questions
- Do you like this country? –
- Does Tamal know about your new job? –
- Can I call my sister? –
- Is it cold outside? –
- Are they ready for the trip? –
- Are you hungry? –
- Did she clean the room? – Yes, she did.
- Have you done your homework? – Yes, I have.
- Will you buy that dress? – Yes, I will.
Special or Wh-Questions
- Where is he from?
- When did you come here?
- How did you meet her?
- How many eggs do we need for this cake?
- Whose children are playing in the yard?
- Who goes to the cinema?
- What is on the table?
- Who wears skirts here?
- Does she like ice cream or sweets? – She likes ice cream.
- Where would you go, to the cinema or the theatre? – I would go to the cinema.
- Is he a teacher or a student? – He is a student.
- Does she make it or do you? – She does.
- Did they buy that house or did she? – They did.
Disjunctive or Tag Questions
- She sent him an invitation, did not she? – Yes, she did.
- You are not getting married, are you? – No, I am not.
- Afra is not in France, is she? – No, she isn’t.
- Our dad will come soon, will not he? – Yes, he will.
- I am going with you, are not I? – Yes, you are.
- Hello Tech Vibes, Russell spaking, how may I help you?
- You have reached Tech Vibes company.
- How can I help you?
- Can I speak to mister Alif?
- Could I speak to Sahadat, please?
- Who shall I say is calling?
- Who is calling, please?
- Who is speaking?
- May I please speak to Alif?
- I would like to speak to Afra, please
- It is mister Tamal here.
- It is Miss Tasnuva speaking.
- Russell speaking.
- Please hold and I will put you through.
- Just a second. I will see if he is in.
- Hang on for a moment.
- Can I help you?Yes, I am looking for a T-shirt.
- What size are you?I am a medium.
- What color would you like?A blue one.
Here you are.Thank you.
- Can I try it on?Certainly, the changing room is over there.
- How does it fit?It is fantastic. I like it.
Yes it looks nice on you.
Thank you. I will buy it.
- OK, how would you like to pay?
- Do you take credit cards?Yes, I do.
OK, here is my credit card.
Thank you. Have a nice day!
Thank you, goodbye.
Asking about direction:
- How can I get to thana road from here?
- How can I get to a coffee shop?
- Can you show me the way to Airport?
- Can you tell me how to get to passenger bus?
- Where is the playground?
- What is the best way to get to a shopping mall?
- Go straight on
- Turn left
- Take the first (turning) to the right.
- Go past the restaurant
- The stadium is next to the Highway
- I think-
- As far as I am concerned-
- To my mind-
- According to me-
- As I see it-
- It seems to me that-
- In my point of view or my opinion-
- From my point of view-
- I am of the opinion that-
- I take the view that-
- My personal view is that-
- In my experience-
- As far as I understand or can see or see it-
Agreeing with an opinion:
- I agree with this opinion.
- I completely agree with this view.
- This is absolutely right.
- I would go along with that.
- I agree with this point of view, but I have a little bit doubt
- This idea is right, but I do not support out and out
- I agree with you, but there is a problem
Disagreeing with an opinion:
- I am afraid. I can not agree with you.
- I disagree with you.
- I do not agree with you.
- I am not sure I agree with you
- I think you are wrong
Cause and Effect
- He is too weak to walk.
- The police arrested him since he broke into a bank.
- She can not read the letter as she is illiterate.
- He can not run fast for he is too fat.
- Owing to his intelligence, he managed to solve the problem.
- Due to the bad weather, they did not go for a picnic.
- The cause of global warmingis pollution.
- Global warmingis caused by pollution.
- Thanks to his hard work, he passed the exam.
- The flight was canceled owing to high winds.
- Can you show me your photo album, please?
- Will you lend me your book, please?
- Could you possibly show me the way to the post office, please?
- Would you help me with this exercise, please?
- Would you mind lending me your pen, please?
Responding to request:
- Sure here you are.
- Oh, I am sorry I need it
- I am afraid I can not.
Good & Bad News
Giving good and bad news:
- I am really pleased to tell you-
- I have got a bit of good news to tell you-
- I have got some great news for you-
- You know what! I have got a bit of good news for you-
- Great news for you-
- I am afraid I have got some bad news for you-
- I am sorry I have got a bit of bad news to tell you-
- I really do not know how to say it, but-
- I am sorry to have to say this, but-
- I really feel bad to have to say this, but-
Responding to good news:
- Wow, that sounds exciting !
- That is great !
- How fantastic !
- What fantastic news!
- That is brilliant news!
- That sounds like great news!
- That is wonderful!
- I am glad to hear that!
- Great news!
- Sounds great!
- Lucky you!
- Oh, how wonderful!
- I can not believe that!
Responding to bad news:
- I am awfully sorry that-
- I am sorry to hear that-
- I am sorry to hear such terrible news.
- My goodness!
- I can not believe it!
- Poor you!
- I do sympathize with you.
- Please, accept my deepest sympathy.
- I know how you must be feeling.
- That must be awful
- Oh, dear !
- Too bad !
- That is awful.
- How awful!
- Oh no!
- You are joking!
- What a pity!
- Let me think
- I mean
- I guess
- You know
- What I want to say is-
- The point I want to make is-
- Well, what I mean is that
- Back to our topic
- As I was saying
- The basic idea is-
- kind of-
- Hats off!
- He deserves a medal!
- I am impressed!
- I could not have put it better myself.
- keep it up!
- Keep up the good work!
- Nice one!
- Thumbs up!
- Way to go!
- Well done!
- What a genius!
- You rock!
- You rule!
Asking people to guess something:
- Have a guess!
- Take a guess!
- Hazard a guess!
- Make a guess!
- Can you guess?
- Guess at (something)
- Guess what!
- I guess
- My guess is
- I would say
- I would bet
- At a guess, I think
- Chances are
- Off the top of my head, I think
- Knowing him
- If I had to take a guess, I would say
- It is difficult to say, but I think
Situation 1: Russell is reading a book.
Alif: What are you reading?
Russell: Hazard a guess!
Situation 2: guessing Afra's age.
Alif: How old are you?
Afra: Take a guess!
Alif: At a guess, I would say you are 20.
Situation 3: Tamal is late.
Mr. Opu: I wonder why Tamal is not here.
His secretary: My guess is that her car has broken down.
Situation 4: Guessing past events.
Opu: Guess what I did last Saturday.
Russell: I would bet you stayed at home.
Opu: Wrong guess! I met my school friend and went to a restaurant.
Situation 5: Guessing the price.
Russell: How much do you think I bought this phone?
Alif: Off the top of my head, I think it cost you two hundred dollars.
Situation 6: Guessing what the weather will be like.
Tasnuva: Will you join the demonstration against global warming next weekend?
Afra: Yes, I will.
Tasnuva: Bring an umbrella with you because chances are it is going to rain.
- I am sorry I have got a bit of bad news to tell you. Tamal had a terrible accident yesterday
- Oh, God!
- Aha! Now I get your point.
- What a beautiful day!
- What a great time we had!
- How cute!
- How wonderful it is to spend the evening with you!
- How politely he behaved!
- How foolish is it!
Using negative interrogative forms:
- Does not she look beautiful in those jeans?
- Is not she cute?
- Is not it a beautiful day?
- She is so beautiful!
- He sang so nicely!
- She is such a nosy old lady!
- He is such a generous man!
Asking about Feelings:
- How are you feeling today?
- You look sad or upset. Are you OK?
- You seem a little bit distracted.
- Are you alright?
- You seem kind of low today. What is wrong?
- You seem a little blue today. What is the matter?
- What is wrong?
- What is the matter?
- Are you ok?
- Are you happy?
- Is everything alright?
- I feel a little sad
- I am a little angry
- To be honest, I am a little bit happy
- It has been a difficult day.
- The thing is that, I am angry
- I am mad at him
Vocabulary about feelings:
- feel blue
- feel low
- I am deeply sorry to hear about the death of your grand pa.
- I am really sorry to hear about the mishap.
- I was heartbroken by the sad news.
- Words can not express the sadness I feel about your illness.
- Words fall short of expressing my sadness.
- Let me express my sorrow for the loss of profit.
- Please accept our heartfelt condolences.
- We will never forget-
- We will always remember-
- We will sadly miss-
- Sorry, I am at a loss for words to express my sadness.
- I promise that I will help you.
- I promise not to do the same mistake again.
- It is a promise.
- I give you my word on that.
- You have my word on it.
- I promise that I will do my homework.
- I swear I will never hurt you.
- I swear I will not break your heart.
- I assure you that I will finish the job on time.
- I assure you that I will send you all the information you need.
- Believe me, I will not disappoint you.
- Trust me, I will help you.
Responses to promises:
- All right. Keep your promise.
- I hope you will keep your promise.
- I hope you will not go back on your word.
- Thank you. I believe you.
- I hope you will keep your words.
How to express lack of understanding:
- I beg your pardon?
- I beg your pardon, but I do not quite understand.
- I am not quite sure I know what you mean.
- I am not quite sure I follow you.
- I do not quite see what you mean.
- I am not sure I got your point.
- Sorry, I did not quite hear what you said.
- Sorry, I did not get your point.
- I do not quite see what you are getting at.
How you ask for clarification:
- What do you mean by?
- Do you mean?
- Could you say that again, please?
- Could you repeat please?
- Could you clarify that, please?
- Would you elaborate on that , please?
- Could you be more explicit?
- Could you explain what you mean by?
- Could you give us an example?
- I wonder if you could say that in a different way.
- Could you put it differently, please?
- Could you be more specific, please?
Clarifying one's point or idea:
- Let me explain that
- Let me explain that in more detail
- Let me put it in another way
- Sorry let me explain
- In other words
- To say this differently
- To put it differently
- So what?
- Who cares!
- I do not care!
- It is all the same to me.
- I have no preference.
- I suppose so.
- I do not mind.
- It does not matter to me.
- Whatever you want?.
- Whatever you do?
- I do not mind.
- It is your decision.
- Who knows!
- Why should I care?
- It makes no difference to me.
In a Restaurant
Dining at a Restaurant Alone:
Waitperson: Hi. How are you doing this afternoon?
Customer: Fine, thank you. Can I see a menu, please?
Waitperson: Certainly, here you are.
Customer: Thank you. What is today's special?
Waitperson: Grilled fish and roasted meat.
Customer: That sounds good. I will have that.
Waitperson: Would you like something to drink?
Customer: Yes, I would like a coke.
Waitperson: Thank you, here you are. Enjoy your meal!
Customer: Thank you.
Waitperson: Can I get you anything else?
Customer: No thanks. I would like the check, please.
Waitperson: That will be $10.95.
Customer: Here you are. Keep the change!
Waitperson: Thank you! Have a good day!
At a Restaurant with Friends:
Russell: The pasta looks really good.
Alif: It is! I had it the last time I was here.
Tasnuva: How is the pizza, Alif?
Alif: It is good, but I think the pasta is better. What would you recommend?
Waitperson: I would recommend the halim. It's excellent!
Alif: That sounds great. I will have that.
Waitperson: Fine. Would you like an appetizer?
Alif: No, halim is more than enough for me!
Russell: I think I will have the halim as well.
Waitperson: Right. That is two halim. Would you care for an appetizer?
Russell: Yes, I will take the coffee.
Tasnuva: Oh, that sounds good! I can not decide between the halim and grilled fish.
Waitperson: The fish is fresh, so I would recommend that.
Tasnuva: Great. I will have the fish. I would also like a salad.
Waitperson: What would you like to drink?
Russell: I will have water.
Alif: I would like a coke.
Tasnuva: I will take a coke also.
Waitperson: Thank you. I will get the drinks and the appetizers.
Russell: Thank you.
In an Airport
Service agent: Good morning. Can I have your ticket, please?
Passenger: Here you are.
Service agent: Would you like a window or an aisle seat?
Passenger: An aisle seat, please.
Service agent: Do you have any baggage?
Passenger: Yes, this suitcase and this carry-on bag.
Service agent: Here is your boarding pass. Have a nice flight.
Passenger: Thank you.
Security officer: Next!
Passenger: Here is my ticket.
Security officer: Please step through the scanner.
Passenger: beep, beep, beep What is wrong?
Security officer: Please step to the side.
Security officer: Do you have any coins in your pocket?
Passenger: No, but I have some keys.
Security officer: Ah, that is the problem. Put your keys in this bin and walk through the scanner again.
Security officer: Excellent. No problem. Remember to unload your pockets before you go through security next time.
Passenger: I will do that. Thank you.
Security officer: Have a nice day.
Passport official: Good morning. Can I see your passport?
Passenger: Here you are.
Passport official: Thank you very much. Are you a tourist or here on business?
Passenger: I am a tourist.
Passport official: That is fine. Have a pleasant stay.
Passenger: Thank you.
Customs official: Good morning. Do you have anything to declare?
Passenger: I am not sure. I have two bottles of soft drinks. Do I need to declare that?
Customs official: No, you can have up to 2 quarts.
Customs official: Have you brought any food into the country?
Passenger: Just some cheese I bought in Bangladesh.
Customs official: I am afraid I will have to take that.
Passenger: Why? It is just some cheese.
Customs official: Unfortunately, you are not allowed to bring cheese into the country. I am sorry.
Passenger: OK. Here you are.
Customs official: Thank you. Have a nice day.
Passenger: You, too.
- Ask out- Make a date.
- Break down- Stop operating.
- Break up- End a relationship.
- Call back- Return a phone call.
- Calm down- Relax.
- Check in- Register a hotel.
- Check out- Leave a hotel.
- Chear up- Make happier.
- Come back- Return.
- Come from- Originate.
- Come in- Enter a place.
- Come on- Encourage.
- Come over- Visit informally.
- Count on- Trust.
- Come up with- Think of something.
- Cut off- Disconnect.
- Do over- Repeat.
- Dress up- Put on special clothes.
- Drop by- Visit informally.
- Eat out- Eat in a restaurent.
- Figure out- Understand.
- Fill out- Complete a form.
- Find out- Discover.
- Get along with- Be friendly.
- Get back- Return to a place.
- Get in- Enter a car.
- Get off- Leave any vehicle.
- Get on- Enter any vehicle.
- Get rid of- Discard.
- Get up- Get out of bed.
- Give back- Return.
- Go ahead- Proceed.
- Give up- Stop trying,Quit a habit.
- Go away- Leave.
- Go back- Return to a place.
- Go down- Decrease.
- Go on- Continue,Happen.
- Go up- Increase.
- Go out- Go to a social event.
- Grow up- Become an adult.
- Hang up- End a phone call.
- Hold on- Wait a short time.
- Hurry up- Do things faster.
- Keep on- Continue.
- Let down- Disappoint.
- Lie down- Rest.
- Log in- Gain access.
- Log out- Exit a computer.
- Look after- Take care of.
- Look around- Start to look.
- Look at- Direct your eyes.
- Look down on- Express disdain.
- Look for- Try to find.
- Look forward to- Expect with pleasure.
- Look out- Be careful.
- Look up- Search.
- Make up- Decide.
- Pass away- Die.
- Pay back- Repay.
- Pass out- Become unconcious.
- Pick up- Take in one's hands,Take from a place.
- Pull over- Stop the car.
- Put away- Keep.
- Put down- Stop holding.
- Put off- Postpone,Delay.
- Put on- Start wearing.
- Put out- Stop burring.
- Run away- Leave a place.
- Run into- Meet by chance.
- Shop around- Compare prices.
- Show off- Try to impress.
- Show up- Appear.
- Sit down- Take a seat.
- Slow down- Go more slowly.
- Speak for- Express the feelings.
- Speak up- Talk louder.
- Stand by- Sopport.
- Stand up- Be on your feet.
- Switch on- Turn on.
- Switch off- Turn off.
- Take back- Return.
- Take off- Leave the ground.
- Think over- Consider.
- Throw away- Discard.
- Throw up- Vomit.
- Try on- Put on clothes.
- Turn down- Decrease.
- Turn up- Increase.
- Turn on- Start operating
- Turn off- Stop operating
- Wake up- Stop sleeping.
- Warm up- Become warm.
- Watch out- Be careful.
- Work out- Exercise the body.
- Write down- Write on a piece of paper.
- Blind date: A date where the two people have never met before.
- Get along with: To have a good relationship with someone.
- Kick The Bucket: Die.
- Oddball: A strange person.
- Knee Jerk Reaction: A quick and automatic response.
- Hang in there: Don’t give up.
- Pull yourself together: Calm down.
- So far so good: Things are going well so far.
- Down-To-Earth: sensible and realistic.
- Curiosity killed the cat: Being too curious can get you into trouble.
- 9 Elvis has left the building:The show has come to an end It’s all over.
- 2 Last straw: The final problem in a series of problems.
- Joined at the hip: to be exceptionally close to someone.
- Elbow grease: hard physical efford.
- Forty winks: a short nap.
- Barrel of laugh: someone who is very funny.
- Old as the hills: some who is very old.
- In the doghouse: To have some unhappy with you.
- Up for grabs: Available for anyone.
- Split hairs: Argue or worry about small details.
- Round the bend: Crazy.
- See eye to eye: To concur.
- Break a leg: Good luck.
- Ball is in your court: It is up to you to make the next decision or step.
- Barking up the wrong tree: Looking in the wrong place.
- Be glad to see the back of: Be happy when a person leaves.
- Against The Clock: Rushed and short on time.
- Don’t judge a book by its cover: Don’t judge something primarily by its appearance.
- Thanks to: Due to.
- Ball is in your court: It is up to you to make the next decision or step.
- Pop the Question: Propose marriage.
- Like Taking Candy from a Baby: Very easy.
- Black out: Faint.
- Golden opportunity: The perfect chance.
- Heavy Hitter: A powerful person.
- sit tight: wait patiently.
- a thumbs up:that’s good.
- In touch: In contact.
- take it easy: relax.
- For the time being: At the present moment.
- See, Saw, Seen, Watch, Find+(verb+ing)
- It's time to + (verb)
- I'm good at
- I'm + (verb)
- He is...weak...walk(too,to)
- I'm trying + (verb)
- Let's not + (verb)
- I have + (noun)
- I have + (past participle)
- I used to + (verb)
- I have to + (verb)
- There's no need to + (verb)
- If I were you, I would + (verb)
- I would like to + (verb)
- I plan to + (verb)
- I've decided to + (verb)
- I was about to + (verb)
- I didn't mean to + (verb)
- I don't have time to + (verb)
- I promise not to + (verb)
- I'd rather + (verb)
- I feel like + (verb + ing)
- I can't help + (verb + ing)
- I was busy + (verb + ing)
- I'm not used to + (verb + ing)
- I want you to + (verb)
- I'm here to + (verb)
- I have something + (verb)
- I'm looking forward to
- I'm calling to + (verb)
- I'm working on + (noun)
- I'm sorry to + (verb)
- I'm thinking of + (verb + ing)
- I'll help you + (verb)
- I'm dying to + (verb)
- It's my turn to + (verb)
- It's hard for me to + (verb)
- I'm having a hard time + (verb + ing)
- I think I should + (verb)
- I've heard that + (subject + verb)
- It occurred to me that (subject + verb)
- Let me + (verb)
- Thank you for
- Can I + (verb)
- Can I get + (noun)
- I'm not sure if (subject + verb)
- Do you mind if I + (verb)
- I don't know what to + (verb)
- I should have + (past participle)
- I wish I could + (verb)
- You should + (verb)
- You're supposed to + (verb)
- You seem + (adjective)
- You'd better + (verb)
- Are you into + (noun)
- Are you trying to + (verb)
- Please + (verb)
- Don't + (verb)
- What are the chances of + (verb + ing)
- Here's to + (noun)
- It's no use + (verb + ing)
- There's no way + (subject + verb)
- It takes + (time) + to + (verb)
- Please make sure that + (subject + verb)
- Do you want me to + (verb)
- What do you think about (verb + ing)
Me: Hi! How are you?[Simple Present]
Alif: Not so great.[Simple Present]
Me: Really? Why?[Simple Present Question]
Alif: My computer isn’t working again.[Present Continuous] I was in the middle of an important email and I lost it.[Past Continuous] This is now the third time.[Simple Present]
Me: Oh, I’m sorry.[Simple Present] What happened exactly?[Simple Past Question]
Alif: It just froze and I lost the email.[Simple Past] I can’t take it anymore.[Simple Present]
Me: So, what are you going to do?[Future Continuous]
Alif: So, I’m calling in a guy to fix it again.[Future Continuous] It’s the same guy.[Simple Present] I’m sick of paying him to fix it.[Simple Present]
Me: Have you thought of just going out and buying a new one?[Present Perfect] A new computer?
Alif: I’ve thought about it.[Present Perfect] I don’t know.[Simple Present] Maybe it’s better to buy a new one instead of spending all that money to keep fixing that piece of junk.[Simple Present; Present Continuous]
Me: Listen, what are you doing Saturday?[Future Continuous]
Alif: I don’t know.[Simple Present] Why?
Me: If you want, I can take you over to Best Buy and we can look at some new computers. [Conditional and Simple Future]
Alif: You sure? [Simple Present] It would be great to go with someone [Conditional]
Me: You know I like to look at computers.[Simple Present] I’ll pick you up.[Simple Future]
Alif: Really? Will you pay for it?[Simple Future]
Me: No, good try.[Simple Past] I won’t pay for it, but I’ll go with you.[Simple Future]
Alif: I’ll buy you lunch. [Simple Future]
Me: Sounds like a deal[Simple Present]
Alif: OK, what time?[Simple Future]
Me: How about 11 am?[Simple Present]
Alif: OK, good. Thanks a lot. I’ll meet you downstairs at 11:00 am.[Simple Future]
Me: OK, I’ll see you then.[Simple Future]
Alif: OK--don’t be late.[Imperative]
Me: Shut up.[Imperative] I’m doing you a favor.[Present Continuous]
Alif: OK, see you then.[Simple Future]
Speak with Child
- I will go after you.
- Ask yourself.
- Clean the table.
- Follow me.
- Come upstairs and help me.
- Be quiet and study.
- Believe me.
- Get ready, you have to go to school.
- Anything special happend.
- Do not shout.
- Get up, it is morning.
- Do not throw out the veggies.
- Have you done your home work yet.
- Do not hit your brother.
- Do not fight over a toy.
- You do not listen to me.
- Keep quiet and sleep.
- Do not argue.
- Please get me a water bottle.
- What do you want to eat?
- Let is go out side.
- Let is get ready for school.
- Teacher will scold you today.
- You have played a lot.
- What happend at school today?
- You are watching Television a lot.
- No more chips for today.
- What did you spill on your dress?
- Did you finish your lunch today?
- Why did not you finish the class work?
- Very angry(Furious)
- Very beautiful(Gorgeous)
- Very big(Massive)
- Very boring(Dull)
- Very noisy(Deafening)
- Very poor(Destitute)
- Very cheap(Stingy)
- Very clean(Spotless)
- Very short(Brief)
- Very difficult(Arduous)
- Very dry(Arid)
- Very quick(Rapid)
- Very bad(Awful)
- Very smart(Intelligent)
- Very sad(Sorrowful)
- Very upset(Distraught)
- Very cold(Freezing)
- Very strong(Forceful)
- Very calm(Serene)
- Very ugly(Hideous)
- Very funny(Hilarious)
- Very quiet(Hushed)
- Very rich(Wealthy)
- Very expensive(Costly)
- Very dirty(Filthy)
- Very easy( Effortless)
- Very wet(Soaked)
- Very slow(Sluggish)
- Very good(Excellent)
- Very stupid(Idiotic)
- Very happy(Ecstatic)
- Very exciting(Exhilarating)
- Very warm(Hot)
- Very weak(Frail)
- Very little(Tiny)
- Very bright(Luminous)
- Very busy(Swamped)
- Very careful(Cautious)
- Very clear(Obvious)
- Very colorful(Vibrant)
- Very confused(Perplexed)
- Very creative(Innovative)
- Very crowded(Bustling)
- Very dear(Cherished)
- Very deep(Profound)
- Very empty(Desolate)
- Very excited(Thrilled)
- Very fancy(Lavish)
- Very fat(Obese)
- Very friendly(Amiable)
- Very glad(Overjoyed)
- Very great(Terrific)
- Very heavy(Leaden)
- Very hungry(Starving)
- Very large(Huge)
- Very lazy(Indolent)
- Very long(Extensive)
- Very loose(Slack)
- Very accurate(Exact)
- Very afraid(Fearful)
- Very clever(Intelligent)
- Very cute(Adorable)
- Very dull(Tedious)
- Very eager(Keen)
- Very evil(Wicked)
- Very fast(Quick)
- Very fierce(Ferocious)
- Very light(Luminous)
- Very lively(Animated)
- Very lovely(Adorable)
- Very mean(Cruel)
- Very messy(Slovenly)
- Very nice(Kind)
- Very often(Frequently)
- Very annoying
- Very competitive(Cutthroat)
- Very complete
- Very detailed(Meticulous)
- Very depressed
- Very hard(Difficult)
- Very long-term(Enduring)
- Very loved(adored)
- Very necessary(Essential)
- Very nervous
- Very neat(Immaculate)
- Very simple(Basic)
- Very skinny(Skeletal)
- Very shiny(Gleaming)
- Very sleepy(Lethargic)
- Very scary(Chilling)
- Very special(Exceptional)
- Very smelly(Pungent)
- Very smooth(Sleek)
- Very risky(Perilous)
- Very scared(Petrified)
- Very serious(Grave)
- Very hard-to-find(Rare)
- Very hurt(Battered)
- Very thin(Gaunt)
- Very tired(Exhausted)
- Very valuable(Precious)
- Very wicked(Villainous)
- Very powerful(Compelling)
- Very roomy(Spacious)
- Very well-to-do(Wealthy)
- Very worried(Distressed)
- Very old(Ancient)
- Very wise(Sage)
- Very rainy(Pouring)
- Very old-fashioned(Archaic)
- Very painful(Excruciating)
- Very pale(Ashen)
- Very unhappy(Miserable)
- Very perfect(Flawless)