English sentences used frequently in daily life




In this book "English sentences used frequently in daily life, you will be face a collection of the most English sentences that commonly used in our daily life. The writer, Essam Hussein Al-Qahtani, draws on his previous experiments in the foreign countries, which is an urgent necessity especially for those who wanted to learn quick conversation in the shortest possible time. The purpose of scholarships is that the Arab student learns the language from the public and the collaboration rather than relying on the Institute of languages.

We will mention you some of the examples that mention in this book like , when you want to ask someone about his place? , you should say "Where are you now?".
And when you know someone, and you want to make a new friendship, you can to ask him this question: "Do you accept me as your friend?" or "are you accept me friend for you?"
 These following questions that can come to your mind when you know this person is:
"What is your nationality?”. "where do you live?" Or "where to live?"
And if you want to ask someone about his/her homeland you have to say, "where are you coming from?" or “where do you come from?”.
You can say sentences or words in different forms like "do not stop" its equal to "no stop" they have the same meaning.
You can note the difference in verb time in these two similar questions:
"What do you say?" - "What did you say?”

 At the last four pages of the book that written by by the author "Essam Hussein Qahtani" there are 500 most common words used in English. These words are commonly used in our daily life frequently, taken from the American English, British English, and Australian English which derived from newspapers, magazines, books, television, radio, and conversations between people in real life. These words are just In English only and the writer did that intentionally to make readers exert more effort to know the meaning of these words to dwell and stuck in their minds. we will mention some examples that mentioned in the book with explanation for their meanings just here but in the book, you have to search it by yourself.
"Name": a word or set of words by which a person, animal, place, or known thing referred to.
"Open": maybe it came as verb means allowing access, or as noun meaning not closed or blocked up.
"Simple”: means easily understood or done; presenting no difficulty
"Always”: means at all times; on all occasions.
"Rule”: means one of a set of explicit or understood regulations or principles governing conduct within a particular activity or sphere.
"Watch" :may came as verb with meaning of to look at or observe attentively,or noun meaning a small timepiece worn typically on a strap on one's wrist.

Least but not last , we wish the best for you and good luck.



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In this book "English sentences used frequently in daily life, you will be face a collection of the most English sentences that commonly used in our daily life. The writer, Essam Hussein Al-Qahtani, draws on his previous experiments in the foreign countries, which is an urgent necessity especially for those who wanted to learn quick conversation in the shortest possible time. The purpose of scholarships is that the Arab student learns the language from the public and the collaboration rather than relying on the Institute of languages.

We will mention you some of the examples that mention in this book like , when you want to ask someone about his place? , you should say "Where are you now?".
And when you know someone, and you want to make a new friendship, you can to ask him this question: "Do you accept me as your friend?" or "are you accept me friend for you?"
 These following questions that can come to your mind when you know this person is:
"What is your nationality?”. "where do you live?" Or "where to live?"
And if you want to ask someone about his/her homeland you have to say, "where are you coming from?" or “where do you come from?”.
You can say sentences or words in different forms like "do not stop" its equal to "no stop" they have the same meaning.
You can note the difference in verb time in these two similar questions:
"What do you say?" - "What did you say?”

 At the last four pages of the book that written by by the author "Essam Hussein Qahtani" there are 500 most common words used in English. These words are commonly used in our daily life frequently, taken from the American English, British English, and Australian English which derived from newspapers, magazines, books, television, radio, and conversations between people in real life. These words are just In English only and the writer did that intentionally to make readers exert more effort to know the meaning of these words to dwell and stuck in their minds. we will mention some examples that mentioned in the book with explanation for their meanings just here but in the book, you have to search it by yourself.
"Name": a word or set of words by which a person, animal, place, or known thing referred to.
"Open": maybe it came as verb means allowing access, or as noun meaning not closed or blocked up.
"Simple”: means easily understood or done; presenting no difficulty
"Always”: means at all times; on all occasions.
"Rule”: means one of a set of explicit or understood regulations or principles governing conduct within a particular activity or sphere.
"Watch" :may came as verb with meaning of to look at or observe attentively,or noun meaning a small timepiece worn typically on a strap on one's wrist.

Least but not last , we wish the best for you and good luck.



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