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  • In this English lesson you will learn

  • asking over 100 basic questions and how

  • to answer them. You would learn asking

  • questions related to personal

  • information

  • introducing yourself and saying hello

  • shopping related questions questions

  • with the word light and asking for

  • someone's opinion and suggestion these

  • questions will help you to keep the

  • conversation going and improve your

  • English so let's begin

  • "What's your name?" "My name's Jacob" "Where

  • are you from?" "I'm from London." "Where do

  • you come from?"

  • "I come from London." That's another way of

  • asking the question "Where are you from?"

  • "What's your surname?" "My surname is Brown."

  • "What's your family name?" "My family name is

  • Brown." this is another way of asking

  • someone's surname. Family name and

  • surname mean the same thing.

  • "What's your first name?" "My first name is

  • John."

  • "What's your address?" "I stay at 13 United

  • street." "Where you live?" "I live in England."

  • "What's your telephone number?"

  • "My number is 845 845." "What's your email

  • address?" "You can email me at John@

  • gmail.com"

  • "How old are you?" "38, I am 38 years old"

  • "When and where were you born?" "I was born in

  • 1974, in London." "Are you married?" "No, I am

  • single."

  • "Yes, I'm married."

  • "What's your marital status?" "I'm married."

  • that's another way of asking if someone

  • is married.

  • It's a formal way of asking the

  • question "Are you married?"

  • "What do you do?" "I am an English teacher"

  • "What's your job?" "I teach English at the

  • high school?" "Where did you go?"

  • "I went shopping with a friend." "What did

  • you buy?"

  • "We bought some new clothes on sale." "Where

  • were you?" "I was in london for the weekend"

  • "Have you got a car?" "Yes, I have a

  • hatchback." A hatchback car has a full

  • with door at the back that opens upwards

  • to provide easy access for loading.

  • "Yes, I Drive a sedan." A Sedan is a four door

  • car that often seats 4 to 5 people and

  • has a closed roof.

  • "Have you got a house?"

  • "No, I live in a flat." "Have you got any

  • children?"

  • "Yes, I've got three children two boys and

  • a daughter."

  • "No, not yet."

  • "Can you play tennis?" "Yes I can play

  • tennis."

  • "No, I play football."

  • "Can you speak English?" "No, I can't." "I speak

  • Mandarin." "Yes I can, but I am not fluent."

  • "I'm learning to speak English."

  • "Could you speak English when you were

  • five years old?"

  • "Yes, I could speak English when I was

  • five years old."

  • "No, I couldn't." "English is not my native

  • language."

  • "How do you do?" "How do you do?"

  • "Pleased to meet you." "How are you?" "Fine

  • thanks." "And you?"

  • "How can I help you?" "Yes, I'm looking for a

  • sweater." "May I help you

  • "No thanks. I'm just looking around."

  • "Can I try this shirt?"

  • "Sure, the changing rooms are over there."

  • "Have you got something bigger?" "Certainly,

  • we've got larger sizes as well." "How much

  • does it cost?"

  • "It's on sale for thirty dollars."

  • "How much is it?" "This shirt is for fifty

  • dollars."

  • "How would you like to pay?" "I would like

  • to pay by cash." "Can I pay by credit card?"

  • "Certainly, we accept all the major cards."

  • [Music]

  • "What's that?" "It's a SmartWatch." "What time

  • is it?" "It's 10 O'clock. "May I open the

  • window?"

  • "Certainly, It's very hot in the office

  • today." "Is there a bakery near here?"

  • "Yes." "There is a bakery nearby, take the

  • next corner and it's next to the bank."

  • "Where is the nearest bank?" "The nearest

  • bank is on the United street." "Who wrote

  • this article?" "Michelle wrote this article,

  • The Sun Also Rises." "Is there any rice?"

  • "Yes there's a lot of rice left."

  • "Are there any sandwiches?"

  • "No, there aren't any sandwiches left. "Is

  • this your book?"

  • "No, I think it's his book." "Who is that?"

  • "It's Henry my sister's fiance." "What do

  • you like to do on weekends?" "I like

  • playing cricket, reading and listening to

  • pop music."

  • "What does she look like?" "She's tall and

  • slim with blonde hair."

  • "What would you like to eat?"

  • "I'd like a burger, chips and soda."

  • "What is it like to visit Thailand?" "It's

  • an interesting country, many things to

  • see and do."

  • "What's the weather like?" "It's raining

  • heavily at the moment." "Would you like

  • some coffee?"

  • "Yes thank you." "I'd like some coffee." "Would

  • you like something to drink?"

  • "Thank you." "Could I have a cup of coffee

  • and some cake?"

  • [Music]

  • "What's it about?" "It's about a young girl

  • who has many adventures."

  • "What do you think about this book?" "I

  • think the book is very interesting." "Is it

  • difficult to score in IELTS exam?" "It's

  • not if you practice well."

  • "What are your views on Donald Trump, as

  • the America's President?" "That's a good

  • question."

  • "Well I am speechless."

  • "How was the movie?" "It was very

  • interesting." "You should watch it."

  • "How do you feel about Clara?" "Clara is

  • quite friendly and helpful."

  • "How about I pick you up at 8 o'clock,

  • on my way to the airport?"

  • "Great." "I'll see you then."

  • "How about some lunch.?" "Sure, I am hungry."

  • "Why don't you take some time out and

  • rest?"

  • "That's a good idea." "What shall we do this

  • evening?"

  • "Let's go see a movie."

  • "Why don't we go out visit some old

  • friends this afternoon?"

  • "Yes, that sounds like a great idea."

  • "I have nothing to wear to the party.

  • "You could wear your Blue jacket and

  • black shoes." I hope you found this lesson

  • useful. Practice these questions to

  • improve your English. Subscribe to our

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  • our channel. I will see you soon with

  • another English lesson, till then take

  • care and bye.

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Learn Basic English Questions & Answers for Conversation - English speaking practice for beginners.

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