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  • I want to speak really English from your first lesson.

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  • The first phrase is Hello.

  • Hello, of course, is used as a greeting.

  • You can greet your friends.

  • You can create your co workers, your family with this phrase just by saying hello.

  • Hey, Hi, What's up?

  • Hello?

  • Sup yo Pretty much any time of day you can use Hello.

  • Hello.

  • The next phrase is Good morning.

  • Good morning is used as a greeting in the morning.

  • You can kind of feel when mourning ends for you.

  • Good morning is nice and polite or even just morning with your close friends, close co workers.

  • The next phrase is Good.

  • Night's good night is fine.

  • We don't use this to greet other people.

  • We use it when we're saying good bye to other people at night.

  • Family members, particularly mothers and fathers to say good night to their Children before they put them to bed.

  • You can say it to your friend in a text message or in an e mail.

  • If you've been talking for a while.

  • Good night.

  • So the next word to talk about is Goodbye.

  • Ah, use it when you say goodbye to your friends when you leave your friends.

  • Good bye bye.

  • Of course.

  • Take care.

  • Have a nice day.

  • He's out.

  • That's another way to say goodbye.

  • Okay, The next phrases I'm plus your name.

  • Of course.

  • This is a way to introduce yourself.

  • You can use I'm in my case.

  • Alicia.

  • I'm Alicia to introduce yourself in any situation.

  • New friend.

  • I'm Alicia.

  • Okay.

  • The next phrase is What's your name?

  • What's your name?

  • Was used to ask someone else what their name is.

  • So what is your name?

  • Sounds a bit.

  • I tried to use What's your name?

  • If you forget someone's name, you can say Sorry.

  • What's your name or sorry.

  • What's your name again?

  • Next phrase is nice to meet you.

  • Nice to meet you.

  • Any time you meet someone new.

  • Nice to meet you.

  • Is fine.

  • Good to meet you is a little more casual.

  • Great to meet you.

  • Sounds very excited.

  • Pleasure to meet you.

  • Sounds like maybe a formal situation or a business context.

  • Okay.

  • The next phrase is how are you?

  • How are you is.

  • It is just a friendly way to check in with the other person.

  • You can use it with friends, your family, your coworkers, maybe even your boss to a certain degree.

  • How are you?

  • How you do in the next phrase is I'm fine, Thanks.

  • And you if you saw English and three minutes, we talked a lot about this phrase instead of I'm fine, Thank you.

  • And you say I'm good.

  • Thanks.

  • How are you?

  • Just shorten it.

  • Make it a little bit more natural.

  • How are you?

  • Good.

  • How are you?

  • Great.

  • How are you?

  • Not so good.

  • How are you?

  • Okay.

  • And so on.

  • So when someone says, How are you offer?

  • I usually say I'm good.

  • This week I bought a lot.

  • Give some information about what you've been up to.

  • Maybe a hobby.

  • Something that you did recently.

  • An event?

  • Something interesting.

  • You saw whatever people want to make that connection with you.

  • And it's a good chance for you to continue speaking.

  • The next word is Please, please is a polite phrase used when you want something from someone else.

  • You can use this as a response when someone offers you something like in a restaurant.

  • For example.

  • Would you like more water?

  • Would you like something to drink?

  • Oh, please.

  • The next phrase is Thank you.

  • Thank you.

  • Is used to express your appreciation you can use.

  • Thank you with everybody.

  • The next phrase is You're welcome.

  • You're welcome.

  • When someone says thank you, you can say you're welcome.

  • No biggie.

  • I use no biggie.

  • As in, no biggie is sure for no big problem next.

  • Where it is.

  • Yes.

  • Yes, of course.

  • Yes.

  • Means is any positive expression.

  • Someone asks you a question.

  • And the answer is a positive answer, You say?

  • Yes.

  • Yep.

  • Uh huh.

  • Yeah, we know.

  • Next I'm guessing a new it.

  • Yep.

  • The next word is No, no.

  • Is a negative response to something when you have to give a negative answer.

  • So as you can probably guess, Um, the long form of know is negative.

  • I like to use.

  • Nope.

  • It's very, very casual.

  • Not gonna happen.

  • My parents would use that with me to soften that a little bit.

  • If you want to show a negative response to something like, let's go for dinner tonight.

  • What do you want to do?

  • Like do you want to go out?

  • Uh, not really.

  • No, I don't think so.

  • To soften the next word is okay.

  • Okay.

  • This word comes from copy editors.

  • Okay.

  • When they had to check a manuscript, they had the label, the manuscript all clear a c.

  • But because they were copy editors and they have a very, very sick sense of humor, they thought they would market okay for all clear to make a joke.

  • Because O and K do not start all and clear.

  • But it caught on among everybody in the world anyway.

  • Okay.

  • Ah is used to agree with somebody else.

  • Well, it can be used actually to express a positive or kind of a slight negative.

  • I feel transitioning in your conversation, You can say, OK, now we're going to talk about Bobo Blah.

  • OK, The next phrase is Excuse me.

  • Excuse me.

  • It's used to get someone's attention in English.

  • When you don't know the other person, for example, in a store, supermarket, maybe a stranger on the street, you need to ask directions you can use.

  • Excuse me?

  • You can use excuse me in the supermarket.

  • Excuse me.

  • Can you tell me where the hot sauce is, if you've done something rude in public you can use.

  • Excuse me.

  • I've presently do not do rude things in public ever.

  • I'm sorry.

  • Is the next word we're gonna talk about.

  • I'm sorry.

  • Is used to apologize when you have made a mistake or someone you know has made a mistake and you're connected to it.

  • Or you just feel bad you can use.

  • I'm sorry you made a mistake at work.

  • I'm sorry you forgot to feed your cat.

  • I'm sorry.

  • Sorry about that.

  • You bump someone next to you.

  • Oh, sorry.

  • What time is it?

  • Is the next phrase when you need to check what time it is.

  • What time is it when you ask someone else what time it is?

  • Maybe you say this to yourself to check your watch.

  • Check your phone check o'clock.

  • Pretty straightforward phrase.

  • There aren't really any short version, so that's an easy one.

  • Where is that?

  • Plus a location.

  • So you can use this for a building or a store?