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6000 English Sentences You Can Use Everyday (Part 5) | PDF

6000 English Sentences You Can Use Everyday (Part 5) | PDF
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Welcome, students! Today, we’re going to learn English sentences you can use every day. Have you ever found yourself confused about what to say in different situations? Maybe you want to greet someone pleasantly or ask for help, but sentences don’t come to you easily. Fear not, because we’re here to help you create a list of 6,000 English sentences you can use daily!

In this 6,000-sentence series, we’ll study simple sentences that can help you have more interesting discussions. From basic greetings to expressing your thoughts and feelings, you’ll learn how to communicate effectively in every situation. So, be ready to improve your vocabulary and boost your confidence in English conversation. Don’t forget to download the complete PDF of this lesson from the bottom of this page.

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Sentences You Can Use Everyday (1)

  • Loud cries reverberate.
  • Jewelry is jingling.
  • It is fifteen minutes past seven o’clock.
  • It is fifteen minutes to seven o’clock.
  • It is six minutes to seven o’clock.
  • Add four to seven.
  • Wishing you a joyful new year!
  • To conclude.
  • Snakes are hissing, ready to strike.
  • Sara will come back tomorrow.
  • To be everything.
  • Let’s go, everyone.
  • Qasim owns numerous pens.
  • In the morning on Monday.
  • She cleaned her face.
  • Before going to bed.
  • Proceed straight to the station.
  • Bravo! Good job.
  • Bravo! Excellent work!
  • Fahad is extremely wealthy.
  • In reality.
  • Against capitalism.
  • The street is broad.
  • Journeying will be secure.
  • To present a coin.
  • Coins are clinking.
  • Avoid smoking.
  • The signal is on.
  • The signal is off.
  • Hello, Dad.
  • Support socialism.
  • Support social justice.
  • I comprehend.
  • What about watching a movie?
  • Let’s go to the movies.
  • To ask a series of questions.
  • The sun rises in the morning.
  • The fog vanished at sunrise.
  • To become emaciated.
  • Monday is here again.
6000 English Sentences You Can Use Everyday (Part 5) | PDF

English Sentences You Can Use Everyday

Sentences You Can Use Everyday (2)

  • The groom purchased a ring.
  • Both pens are of good quality.
  • Both are here.
  • Both prepared the food.
  • To be surprised.
  • To threaten.
  • To expose to the sun.
  • To postpone.
  • Suddenly.
  • They do not smoke.
  • To mail a letter.
  • A thief is heartless.
  • Add a pinch of salt.
  • Just wait.
  • The night is so dark!
  • Exit.
  • Avoid staying up late.
  • Eat a light meal at night.
  • Rahim is more powerful than Kareem.
  • Ramzan has books for reading.
  • Tears wet her face.
  • The bread is tough.
  • To fast.
  • The radio is playing.
  • To promise.
  • To speak.
  • Fully healed.
  • Zohan is superior to Fahad.
  • Farhan is ten years of age.
  • Fahad is very smart.
  • To trick.
  • There is no reason to worry.
  • Fozia is short.
  • Fozia has socks to wear.
  • To enforce a rule.
  • Kill!
  • This is nature’s law.
  • To make a sacrifice.
  • Lend money.
  • Borrow money.
6000 English Sentences You Can Use Everyday (Part 5) | PDF

6000 English Sentences You Can Use Everyday

Sentences You Can Use Everyday (3)

  • Prices are likely to drop.
  • To put money into investments.
  • I wish I had met him.
  • Oh, to be wealthy!
  • I wish I were rich.
  • Oh, to have been royalty!
  • University professors.
  • To utilize.
  • Look.
  • It’s uncertain when to start.
  • Sometime in the future.
  • To be crazy.
  • A book has been published.
  • An author writes a book.
  • I am feeling exhausted.
  • How wonderful!
  • How pitiful!
  • How filthy!
  • Watch out for dogs.
  • The dogs are making noise.
  • I was unaware.
  • Some students were attacked.
  • To have no significance.
  • To have significance.
  • Switch sides.
  • To abandon.
  • To start doing something seriously.
  • Subtract.
  • To converse with someone.
  • To be acquainted with.
  • Serve food.
  • Will you see me tomorrow?
  • To provide.
  • Glance at.
  • In some way or another.
  • Kashmir is a beautiful location.
  • The beauty of Kashmir is undeniable.
  • The bud may have a bitter taste.
  • Please meet me tomorrow.
  • The dog was set free.
6000 English Sentences You Can Use Everyday (Part 5) | PDF

Sentences You Can Use Everyday | PDF

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