Category:English phrasebook

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  1. do you have Wi-Fi
  2. what is the Wi-Fi password
  3. I can't find my
  4. would you mind putting on your seat belt
  5. how much do I owe you
  6. I don't think so
  7. no
  8. I'm Hindu
  9. some people have all the luck
  10. your mother is a whore
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  1. my name is
  2. consider it done
  3. what's on your mind
  4. please say that again
  5. where are we
  6. give me
  7. are you religious
  8. can you tell us
  9. I'm ashamed
  10. I'm transsexual

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

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