When speaking English, some phrases are straightforward, and they appear frequently in regular conversation. You may develop highly comfortable discussions and respond to messages/emails by mastering such sentence and question patterns. You can quickly begin to dialogue in all areas by mastering the most fundamental English language patterns and question sentences. When replaced by various grammatical structures, these patterns, which are commonly utilised in everyday life, can also be used in your professional life. Consider the following example:
Can you give me your laptop bag? (Daily use)
Could you please give me your laptop bag? (Official use)
Let’s take a closer look at some everyday English sentences:
Which languages do you speak? How many languages do you speak?
Do you speak any foreign languages? How much does your city have?
What’s your president’s name? Where are you going on vacation?
How many degrees is it today?
What is the capital of England?
How many brothers do you have?
What is your profession?
What do you do? Where do you work? What’s your date of birth?
Where are you from?
When do you want to leave?
Welcome here. How can I help you?
What would you like to drink?
What would you like to buy?
You can sit here. Have a seat here, please?
Sorry, it’s busy here. This table is booked, Sir.
Which table would you like to sit at?
We have room in the garden, Sir. Would you like to sit outside?
We have a room upstairs.
Food list, please!
Today, what’s on the menu?