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Common Phrases

  • Yes
  • Yes, that's a good idea.
  • Positive answer or reply; agreeing with what has been said.
  • No
  • No, that's not a good idea.
  • Negative answer or reply; disagreeing with what has been said.
  • Maybe
  • Maybe he is sick.
  • Not certain; possible.
  • Please
  • Could you please help me with my project?
  • Polite request.
  • Thank you
  • Thank you for your help with my project.
  • Showing thanks; appreciation; gratitude.
  • Thanks
  • Thanks for your help with my project.
  • Showing thanks; appreciation; gratitude.
  • Thank you very much
  • Thank you very much for your help with my project.
  • Showing a large amount of thanks; very appreciative.
  • You're welcome
  • You're welcome, I am always happy to help.
  • Response to an expression of thanks.
  • No worries
  • No worries, I am always happy to help.
  • Casual way of responding to an expression of thanks; very appreciative.
  • Not a problem
  • Not a problem, I am always happy to help.
  • Casual way of responding to an expression of thanks; very appreciative.
  • Sorry
  • Sorry I couldn't help with your project.
  • An apology; expressing polite regret; introducing sad or disappointing news.
  • Excuse me
  • Excuse me, your car is blocking mine.
  • Overlook or forgive; make allowance for; grant pardon.
  • Pardon
  • Pardon, I didn't hear you.
  • To excuse or forgive; allowance.
  • Take care
  • Take care, see you soon.
  • Wishing someone well; telling them to take care of themselves.
  • Of course
  • Of course I can help you with your project.
  • To agree without exception; naturally.
  • Sir
  • Don't forget your wallet, sir.
  • Polite way of addressing a man; used for a form of salutation for a letter etc.
  • Madame
  • Don't forget your purse, madame.
  • Polite way of addressing a woman; used for a form of salutation for a letter etc.
  • Have a nice day / Have a good day
  • Thank you for visiting, have a good day.
  • Wishing someone an enjoyable day.