100 common English phrases and sentence patterns with dialogue

Do you want to know how to speak English fluently in a short period of time?

The answer is…

You need to learn and master common English phrases and sentence patterns that are much used in daily life. If you master one common English phrase or sentence pattern, you can make hundreds of correct sentences. This is the easiest way to make sentences in English.

Below is the list of 100 lessons to help you master the most common phrases, sentence structures and patterns in English. Each lesson includes audio and text.

Take time to learn all of following lessons and you will improve your English speaking very quickly. And remember that deep learning is the key to English fluency. You should learn each lesson deeply before moving to the next one (5 lessons/day is recommended.)

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rajesh mandal - May 11, 2016

really useful

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Soorena - July 5, 2016

that was really great

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Jayantha Athukorala - July 20, 2016

Really very great.

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Trixx - July 26, 2016

It’s sooo BIG. And hard. And Long.

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Orahan - August 30, 2016

This is fantastic!

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zesal - September 24, 2016

these phrases are most useful for all level people learning english.great work well done and thank you

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Auwal - November 13, 2016

That’s good am really apreciated

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susema - December 26, 2016

It’s pretty good. Thanks.

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Prem londhe - January 24, 2017

This is what I was looking for!

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Ganga - January 24, 2017

I am very tank full to you . I hope it’s been a good start .

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Katie - February 8, 2017

This is awesome?and this is cool

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Naseer - February 13, 2017

This is fantastic,so i am very thank full to you.

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simon - March 11, 2017

actually it is very nice.but what i want to ask u is that can i have it in pdf form to use it offline.

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Rekha avasthi - April 3, 2017

It’s fantastic to learn and make quick sentences
But there is one site also of peter spoken English it is also too good and classes at mahaveer nagar JAIPUR

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mrd - April 6, 2017

Hi, I’ve developed a free android version app of these 100 phrases, available in iranian android app sotre, Bazaar.
https://cafebazaar.ir/app/ir.stdio.apps.commonphrases/?l=en

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reza - April 26, 2017

greeeeeeeeaaaaaat

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soly - May 12, 2017

how can we have the pdf version of this expressions?
please
you know? may be we could not be always connected to the internet
so if we have pdf, it should be very fantastic to us
thanks a lot

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Mạnh - May 30, 2017

It is so useful to me

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Elias Gasparini - June 18, 2017

Great work for serious learners!
CONGRATS!

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Kevin - June 23, 2017

Absolutely useful.. Could you be having a PDF version of these phrases?

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Aderli - June 30, 2017

Handy lessons!
Congrats and many thanks.

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NEERAJ - July 12, 2017

YOU KNOW THIS IS PLACE FOR THAT I WAS SEARCHING FROM LONG TIME IN ORDER TO LEARN ENGLISH . KEEP IT UP !

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Ever - July 12, 2017

This is by far the best list of commonly used phrases I have come accross. Been learning English for 15 years.I will make sure to learn these phrases and use them in my speech for fluency.thnks so much.

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Si Thu - August 29, 2017

Thank you so much. All of lessons are really useful.

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Manish - August 31, 2017

This is fantastic trick for learn english

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Tanweer Alam - September 12, 2017

These phrases are very helpful but, that’s not enough for speaking english with fluency.
We need more basic structures such as,
I am to +verb
I have to+verb
I have come to + verb
I need +noun
I want + noun
Where is my + past participle noun (eg ironed clothes, washed clothes, broken chair etc).

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Raju hosalli - October 27, 2017

Sir, it’s really useful to beginners.. And u have done a good job…

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