You're the manager of a small team of programmers. The latest version of your software had a bug which made it insecure. You had to tell the company's CEO about the mistake. After describing the problem, you apologize and say this.
You're talking to a child. You're explaining why the temperature is different at different times of year.
“You'll pass a coffee shop on your right. Right after that, veer off to the left and you'll see it on the left side of the street.”
Your sister and her husband are visiting you from out of town. Your brother-in-law wants to go to a drug store and needs directions. You're telling him how to get there. You say this as part of your directions.
There's a new employee in your department. You're introducing her to some of the people in your company. This is one of your introductions.
You're at a party. Another guest at the party asks what you do. You tell her your job title, but she doesn't seem to understand. You explain your job more simply.