These are groups of useful phrases, organized around different topics.
Everyone loves the weekend. Weekends are a huge topic of conversation. Starting on Wednesday or Thursday, people will ask you about your weekend plans. When you return to work or school, you'll be asked how your weekend went. So it's helpful to have a nice range of phrases to use for these conversations.
The upcoming weekend
If you want to ask someone about the upcoming weekend in English,...
When you want to help someone, how do you make your offer in English?
There are a lot of different ways to offer your assistance. Which phrase you should choose depends on the situation. Here are some English phrases for offering help that you should definitely know! They're arranged roughly in order from most casual to most formal.
1. I'll (do something).
This is a really simple, casual way...
In a job interview, an employer usually wants to learn a few basic things about you: your experience, your goals, and your personality. How they find out this information can vary quite a bit, though. It's useful to expose yourself to some of the kinds of questions that interviewers might ask.
Below is a list of different categories of questions that you might be asked in an interview....
If someone's house or apartment is messy, here are some phrases that you can use to describe it:
- There are clothes strewn all over the floor.
- There's food splattered all over the microwave.
- There are crumbs all over the counter.
(As you can see, we use the phrase "all over ___" to talk about things that are discorganized and messy.
- There's moldy food...
English speakers like a lot of variety in their everyday language. We have lots of different expressions for saying simple things. Previous articles have covered lots of ways to say "Hello" and "Thank you." This article does the same for different ways to say "goodbye".
"Goodbye" itself is actually one of the most formal ways to say goodbye to someone. Here are some...