Category:English phrasebook

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  1. have you eaten
  2. I am afraid of this
  3. how do you like
  4. why me
  5. be thankful for small mercies
  6. with no further ado
  7. what do you want
  8. I'll leave it up to you
  9. shame upon me
  10. shame on me
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  1. I'm fine, thank you
  2. what's your name
  3. many thanks
  4. Happy Christmas
  5. is it going to rain
  6. what a lovely day
  7. to whom it may concern
  8. me too
  9. how much is it
  10. have a nice day

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English non-idiomatic phrases that are used in common situations, and may be useful to language learners or travellers.

For more information, see Appendix:English phrasebook.


This category has the following 12 subcategories, out of 12 total.

Pages in category "English phrasebook"

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