Unit 1 to 16

Greeting people

Saying Hi

  • Good morning
  • Good afternoon
  • Good evening
  • Hello
  • Hi
  • Hey (informal)


  • How are you?
  • How is everything?
  • How are you doing?
  • How is it going?
  • How are things?


  • I’m fine, thank you.
  • Everything is great.
  • Fine, thanks.
  • I’m alright.
  • Not so well.

Saying goodbye

  • Goodbye.
  • Have a nice day.
  • Good night.
  • See you.
  • Take care.

Introducing yourself

Introducing myself

  • Hi. I’m Sara.
  • Hello. My name is Sara.


  • My name is Jane.
  • And I’m Jane.

Introducing others

  • This is my friend Janet.
  • I’d like you to meet my friend Janet.


  • Hi. It’s a pleasure to meet you.
  • Hello. It’s nice to meet you.

Asking for repetition

  • Can you repeat that?
  • Can you say that again?

Asking for personal information

  • What’s your e-mail address?
  • What’s your phone number?
  • Can I have your phone number?
  • Can you give me your username?


  • Sure. It’s Joe@gmail.com
  • Ok. It’s 09153003456
  • My username is Mar241

Making small talk

It’s really nice today, isn’t it?

It’s a busy semester, isn’t it?

The weather is great, isn’t it?

Pretty nice place, huh?

What are you up to these days?

How’s your family?


Yeah, It’s beautiful.

I know. It is.

No, it isn’t.

It sure is.

I’m really busy these days.

They are ok.

Expressing likes and dislikes

Expressing likes

  • I love pop music.

So do I.

Me too.

Oh, I don’t.

Really? I don’t.

Not me.

Expressing dislike

  • I don’t like classical music.

Me neither.

Neither do I.

Oh, I do.

Really? I do.

Asking about favorites

  • Who’s your favorite actor?
  • What’s your favorite movie?
  • Do you like any band in particular?


  • My favorite actor is …
  • I like …
  • I particularly like …
  • I’m crazy about …

Returning questions

  • How about you?
  • What about you?
  • Who’s yours?
  • What’s yours?

Asking about time

  • What time is it?
  • Do you have the time?
  • What time is the concert?
  • When is the concert?

Telling the exact time

  • It’s five forty-five.
  • It’s a quarter to six.
  • It’s a quarter after ten.
  • It’s seven thirty.

Telling approximate time

  • It’s almost six o’clock.
  • It’s a little before six.
  • It’s about ten.
  • It’s a little after seven.
  • It’s just after seven.
Asking for opinions
  • what do you think of skydiving?
  • How do you feel about surfing?
  • Would you try jet skiing?
  • Do you think bungee jumping looks fun?
Giving opinions
  • I think it is fun and exciting.
  • I think it’s fun, but dangerous.
  • I don’t think it’s very safe.
  • It looks exciting.
  • It sounds/seems dangerous to me.

Asking about family

  • Do you have any brothers or sisters?
  • Do you have any siblings?
  • Is your cousin single?
  • How old are your sisters?
  • Do you have any children?

Describing family members

  • No, I’m an only child.
  • I have one brother. I don’t have any sisters.
  • I have two older sisters.
  • I have an older sister and a younger sister.
  • No, she is married.
  • One sister is 15 and the other is 24.
  • Yes, I have one son and one daughter.

Describing someone's personalirty

  • My sister is friendly.
  • She is very shy.
  • She is really serious.
  • She isn’t very patient.

Comparing personalities

  • She is very friendly, like me.
  • We are both shy. 
  • She is serious, but I’m not.
  • I’m vert patient. She isn’t patient at all.

Giving compliments

  • I love your shirt.
  • I like your scarf.
  • That’s a nice shirt.
  • What a cool T-shirt.

Responding to compliments

  • I like it, too.
  • Thanks. I got it on sale.
  • Thank you. It’s my mother’s.
  • That’s nice of your. 
  • It was a gift from my friend.

Asking what someone is wearing

  • What is Brad wearing?
  • What color is Brad’s T-shirt?
  • Who’s wearing a pink shirt?

Asking what someone is wearing

  • He’s wearing a blue T-shirt, jeans, and white shoes.
  • It’s blue.
  • Casey is wearing a pink shirt. She is also wearing black pants.

Asking about routines

  • What time do you get up?
  • What do you do after class?
  • When do you go to work?
  • Do you go to bed late?
  • Do you have lunch at home?
  • do you study every day?

Describing routines

  • I usually get up at 7:30 a.m.
  • I always go to the library.
  • I go to work at 10 every day.
  • No, I go to bed around 10:30 p.m.
  • No, I have lunch in the cafeteria.
  • Yes, I study every day.


I exercise every day.

Asking follow-up questions

  • What kind of exercise do you do?
  • Who do you exercise with?
  • Where do you exercise?
  • When do you get there?
  • Why do you exercise in the morning?
  • How do you get to the gym?

Asking about a sequence

  • What do you do first?
  • Then what do you do?
  • What do you do after that?

Describing a sequence

  • First, I meet some friends.
  • Then we go to the park.
  • Next, we ride our bikes.
  • After that, we have lunch. 
  • Later, we watch a movie.

Asking about ongoing activities

  • What are you doing these days?
  • What kind of meditation is she learning?
  • Are you taking math this semester?
  • Are you doing anything interesting in your classes?

Describing ongoing activities

  • I’m taking dance lessons.
  • She’s learning modern meditation.
  • No, I’m not taking math this semester.
  • We’re reading some cool books in my English class.
1 1 رای
Article Rating
اشتراک در
اطلاع از
بازخورد (Feedback) های اینلاین
مشاهده همه دیدگاه ها
  • No products in the cart.