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Smirnov Recommends:

What You Say in English in Typical Situations

 

Essential English Phrase List

 

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* 1 Greetings

1.1 ††When you briefly greet somebody

1.2 ††When you greet somebody more politely

1.3 ††When you greet somebody at a particular time of the day

1.4 ††When you greet a person you have not seen for a long time

 

* 2 Parting

2.1†† When you bid farewell to a person (p.1)

2.2†† When you bid farewell to a person at a particular time of the day

2.3†† When you part with a person for the night

2.4†† When you are about to take leave of a person

2.5†† When a person leaves on a journey (p.2)

2.6†† When you welcome a returning person

2.7†† When you ask polite questions to a person who has just returned

2.8†† When you signal your partner that you are ready to leave a place

2.9†† When you are concerned about safety

2.10†† When you want to keep in touch with a person

 

* 3 Asking How Somebody Is

3.1†† When you ask how somebody is

3.2†† When you ask how things are going

3.3†† When you ask about recent developments

3.4†† When you are healthy and doing well

3.5†† When you are generally doing well

3.6†† When you are not doing well

3.7†† When you have been busy

 

* 4 Starting and Ending a Conversation

4.1†† When you attract somebodyís attention (p.1)

4.2†† When you invite a person to talk

4.3†† When you start a conversation with a person who has just appeared

4.4†† When you start an unpleasant conversation

4.5†† When you want to ask a question

4.6†† When you make somebody listen to you

4.7†† When you make a person interested in a topic (p.2)

4.8†† When you direct somebodyís attention to an object

4.9†† When you respond to an invitation to talk

4.10†† When you confirm that you are paying attention

4.11†† When you reprimand your listener for not paying attention

4.12†† When you signal the end of a conversation

4.13†† When you end a conversation abruptly

 

* 5 Directing a Conversation

5.1†† When you signal that you are getting to the point (p.1)

5.2†† When you make sure that your point is understood

5.3†† When you are ready to make a statement

5.4†† When you mention additional things (p.2)

5.5†† When a speaker deviates from the main topic

5.6†† When you want a speaker to get to the point

5.7†† When you request an answer

5.8†† When you ask for details or explanation

5.9†† When you donít understand what a speaker has said (p.3)

5.10†† When you donít understand what a speaker is saying

5.11†† When you donít follow the speakerís train of thought

5.12†† When you donít understand the speakerís point

5.13†† When you bring up a counter point

5.14†† When you want to repeat your point (p.4)

5.15†† When you want to provide additional explanation

5.16†† When you rephrase your point

5.17†† When you provide an example

5.18†† When you announce a conclusion

5.19†† When you rephrase the speakerís point

5.20†† When you stress that your point is clear (p.5)

5.21†† When you want a person to pay attention

5.22†† When you are misunderstood by a person

5.23†† When your point is misunderstood

5.24†† When your point was not heard

5.25†† When a person has suddenly understood your point

5.26†† When you donít want the speaker to repeat the point (p.6)

5.27†† When you stop a person from speaking

5.28†† When you want to return to your point

5.29†† When you want a person to speak in simple language

5.30†† When you express understanding

5.31†† When you want to interrupt and add some information

5.32†† When you want to highlight the seriousness of your point

5.33†† When you used vulgar language inadvertently (p.7)

5.34†† When somebody has asked you about the source of your information

5.35†† When you want to sound believable

5.36†† When you request somebodyís trust

5.37†† When you request silence

5.38†† When you are skeptical about the speakerís point (p.8)

5.39†† When you are surprised to hear something

5.40†† When you are surprised to see something

5.41†† When you are surprised with whatís happening

5.42†† When you want to demonstrate surprise by exclamation

5.43†† When you bring up an alternative aspect of a situation

5.44†† When you demonstrate that your knowledge might be limited

5.45†† When you demonstrate personal involvement or interest

5.46†† When you offer a person to restore the remainder of the story or to draw a conclusion

5.47†† When you redirect a question to a person who asked it

5.48†† When you ask a question presumably for no particular reason

 

* 6 Positive Attitude in a Conversation

6.1†† When you demonstrate that you understand a speakerís point (p.1)

6.2†† When you express agreement with a speaker

6.3†† When you express agreement with a speakerís point

6.4†† When you express like-mindedness

6.5†† When you express agreement because of your full awareness

6.6†† When you express acceptance of a thing, offer or suggestion (p.2)

6.7†† When you agree with a point with some reservations

6.8†† When you agree with a point with indifference or resistance

6.9†† When you confirm that something is a done deal

6.10†† When there is a strong reason to do something

6.11†† When you express confidence in the success of something

 

* 7 Negative Attitude in a Conversation

7.1†† When you express disagreement with a speaker (p.1)

7.2†† When you express disagreement with the speakerís point or information

7.3†† When you express disagreement with a suggestion or offer

7.4†† When you are reluctant to accept a suggestion or offer

7.5†† When you express disbelief (p.2)

7.6†† When you express disbelief with a question

7.7†† When the speakerís point is outrageous

7.8†† When you want to sound sarcastic about the speakerís point

7.9†† When you donít like what the speaker is saying

7.10†† When you donít like that a person is arguing with you (p.3)

7.11†† When you are angry at what a person is saying

7.12†† When you believe that the speaker is trying to fool you

7.13†† When you demonstrate ignorance or unawareness

7.14†† When you demonstrate indifference

7.15†† When you demonstrate indifference in a sarcastic manner (p.4)

7.16†† When you express sympathy in a sarcastic manner

7.17†† When the speakerís point or action is unimportant

7.18†† When you demean a speakerís point by humiliating a speaker

7.19†† When what you do has higher priority

7.20†† When you reject something

7.21†† When you express displeasure with a thing

 

* 8 Gratitude

8.1†† When you show gratitude to a person

8.2†† When you acknowledge somebodyís thanks

8.3†† When you thank fate for what happened

 

* 9 Apology and Forgiveness

9.1†† When you apologize for offence or failure (p.1)

9.2†† When you apologize for bothering somebody

9.3†† When you may bother somebody by moving about

9.4†† When you apologize sarcastically

9.5†† When you are admit your mistake

9.6†† When you promise to never repeat a particular mistake (p.2)

9.7†† When you offer compensation

9.8†† When you ask for forgiveness

9.9†† When you demonstrate forgiveness

9.10†† When you offer your opponent to end a dispute

9.11†† When you demonstrate readiness to compromise

 

* 10 Secrets

10.1†† When you share a secret with somebody

10.2†† When you ask a person to keep a secret

10.3†† When you promise to keep a secret

 

* 11 Encouragement

11.1†† When you encourage somebody to try something (p.1)

11.2†† When you encourage somebody to show some action

11.3†† When you encourage a person who is preparing for an important event

11.4†† When you wish a person success

11.5†† When a person is too timid

11.6†† When you demonstrate support to somebody (p.2)

11.7†† When you encourage somebody by expressing trust

11.8†† When you encourage somebody by praising their strength

11.9†† When you encourage somebody by offering help

11.10†† When you encourage somebody to be patient

11.11†† When you are ready to grab an opportunity (p.3)

11.12†† When a person is hesitating

11.13†† When you are not happy about the insufficiency of somebodyís efforts

11.14†† When you indicate that an almost done job does not count

11.15†† When a person isnít doing enough

11.16†† When you encourage a person whose attitude is improving

 

* 12 Stress, Anxiety, Excitement

12.1†† When you are stressed out (p.1)

12.2†† When you are depressed

12.3†† When a situation is tough

12.4†† When you are pushed to the limit of your patience

12.5†† When you are desperate (p.2)

12.6†† When you are angry

12.7†† When you are scared

12.8†† When you drink too much

12.9†† When you ask if a person is alright (p.3)

12.10†† When you ask why a person looks unhappy

12.11†† When a person is stressed out

12.12†† When there is no reason to overreact

12.13†† When you offer moral support (p.4)

12.14†† When you are overworked

12.15†† When a problem is resolved

12.16†† When a person feels offended

12.17†† When you feel happy

12.18†† When you are enthusiastic about life

12.19†† When you are satisfied with life as it is (p.5)

12.20†† When something causes emotional response

12.21†† When a person looks happy

12.22†† When you are bored with a person or event

12.23†† When a person is too excited (p.6)

12.24†† When a person is not sensible

12.25†† When you want to sound sarcastic about a bad situation

12.26†† When you want to encourage a person in a bad situation

12.27†† When you want to make the best of a bad situation (p.7)

12.28†† When you cannot help in a situation

12.29 ††When you donít know what to say

12.30†† When you accept blame

12.31†† When you blame an unfavorable situation on fate (p.8)

12.32†† When you donít want to talk about an unpleasant subject

12.33†† When you are outraged with a situation

12.34†† When you like a situation

12.35†† When a situation is favorable to a person

12.36†† When a situation appears suspiciously good

12.37†† When you regret about something after the fact

12.38†† When you are surprised with something (p.9)

12.39†† When you are somewhat disappointed with a failure

12.40†† When an event you expected is happening

12.41†† When you expect something to happen

12.42†† When you hope something positive will happen

12.43†† When you believe an event is foretelling the future

12.44†† When you are concerned about the future

12.45†† When an event that might happen is undesirable

12.46†† When you retreated in a cowardly manner

12.47†† When you request compassion

 

* 13 Trouble

13.1†† When you admit that you are in trouble

13.2†† When a person is in trouble

13.3†† When you admit that you are out of money

13.4†† When you want to stop a person from starting trouble

13.5†† When a person is in debt

13.6†† When you see a person falling from a boat into the water

13.7†† When you see a building on fire

13.8†† When you have survived a trouble

 

* 14 Well-being, Health, Medicine

14.1†† When a person is in good health (p.1)

14.2†† When you are not well

14.3†† When you are worn out

14.4†† When a person does not look well

14.5†† When a person looks sick (p.2)

14.6†† When a person has sneezed

14.7†† When you ask a person about their well-being or health

14.8†† When you are concerned about catching a disease

14.9†† When you have a problem with the nose

14.10†† When you have a problem with the eyes

14.11†† When you feel like vomiting (p.3)

14.12†† When you are dizzy

14.13†† When you have a pain in the hand

14.14†† When you have a pain in the back

14.15†† When you have a pain in a particular place

14.16†† When you have a stinging pain (p.4)

14.17†† When you are bleeding

14.18†† When you have a bowel problem

14.19†† When you have an allergy

14.20†† When you have a lump

14.21†† When you have a particular disease

14.22†† When you have got a trauma

14.23†† When you have a joint or muscle sore (p.5)

14.24†† When you have sleep problems

14.25†† When you want to indicate for how long you have been sick

14.26†† When you reveal important information about yourself to a doctor

14.27†† When you ask a doctor about a medical problem

14.28†† When you describe a doctor's actions

14.29†† When you offer care to a sick person (p.6)

14.30†† When you visit a hospital patient

14.31†† When you ask questions to a hospital patient

14.32†† When you recover from a disease

14.33†† When you visit a recovering patient

14.34†† When your recovery takes time

14.35†† When you have completely recovered from a disease

 

* 15 Visiting

15.1†† When you announce your arrival for a business appointment (p.1)

15.2†† When you ask for permission to visit somebody

15.3†† When you want to learn more about the event you are invited to

15.4†† When you want to show initiative to bring something for a meal

15.5†† When you want to tell at what time you will return home

15.6†† When you need to apologize for being late

15.7†† When you need to explain why you are late (p.2)

15.8†† When you want to be polite to others after your late arrival

15.9†† When you greet a guest

15.10†† When you greet a guest more politely

15.11†† When you are surprised to meet a person at a public gathering (p.3)

15.12†† When you invite a visitor to come in

15.13†† When you want a person to leave

15.14†† When you don't want a person to enter

15.15†† When you want to help a visitor with clothes

15.16†† When you want a guest to feel comfortable

15.17†† When you offer a visitor a seat (p.4)

15.18†† When you offer a visitor a drink

15.19†† When you invite a guest to stay for dinner

15.20†† When you direct a visitor to a particular room

15.21†† When you want a visitor to meet with other guests

15.22†† When you meet with other guests

15.23†† When you want to introduce a person to somebody else (p.5)

15.24†† When you have just been introduced to a person for the first time

15.25†† When you start a conversation with a person you have been introduced to

15.26†† When you believe that you might know a person you have been introduced to

15.27†† When you are approached by a person you believe you don't know

15.28†† When you want to make sure that you got a person's name right

15.29†† When you are mentioning a notable person

15.30†† When you praise the home of your hosts (p.6)

15.31†† When you like your visit

15.32†† When a place is crowded

15.33†† When you are ready to leave the hosts

15.34†† When you leave the hosts

15.35†† When your guest is about to depart

15.36†† When your guest leaves

15.37†† When you go home in the same direction with another guest

15.38†† When you are brought to your destination

 

* 16 Particular Occasions

16.1†† When you go to bed (p.1)

16.2†† When you want to take a nap

16.3†† When you listen to the radio

16.4†† When you watch television

16.5†† When you hear good news

16.6†† When you hear bad news

16.7†† When you want to please the parents of a new baby (p.2)

16.8†† When you ask polite questions about a new baby

16.9†† When somebody disappeared

16.10†† When somebody died

16.11†† When you express sympathy at a funeral

16.12†† When you feel hot (p.3)

16.13†† When you ask how a person survives hot weather

16.14†† When you feel cold

16.15†† When you ask if a person likes the weather

16.16†† When you like the weather

16.17†† When you send a postcard from a nice place

16.18†† When a person is dressed up

16.19†† When you are going to meet with a person for the first time in a busy place

16.20†† When a person maintains friendly relationships with you

16.21†† When you are going to forget about a person whom you donít see

16.22†† When you are slightly reprimanded

 

 

* 17 Particular Conversational Matters

17.1†† When you ask for advice or opinion (p.1)

17.2†† When you give advice

17.3†† When you make a suggestion

17.4†† When you make a supposition

17.5†† When you give an opinion

17.6†† When you make a recommendation (p.2)

17.7†† When you ask for favors

17.8†† When you offer service

17.9†† When you donít need anything else

17.10†† When you offer something to somebody

17.11†† When you invite somebody to do something

17.12†† When you request somebody to do something

17.13†† When you inquire about a person's abilities

17.14†† When you ask permission

17.15†† When you ask permission to do something on your own initiative (p.3)

17.16†† When you give permission

17.17†† When you ask for directions

17.18†† When you give directions

17.19†† When you ask somebody to wait

17.20†† When you ask for permission to leave a place

17.21†† When you look for a restroom in a public building

17.22†† When you encourage a person to be careful (p.4)

17.23†† When you warn a person about danger

17.24†† When you instruct a person to handle a situation with care

17.25†† When you instruct a person to take evasive action

17.26†† When you request passage through a crowd

17.27†† When you promise to attend to a person soon

17.28†† When you offer a person to enter in front of you (p.5)

17.29†† When you wish a person well (on various occasions)

17.30†† When you return somebody's good wishes or polite words

17.31†† When you promise a person to wait

17.32†† When you ask somebody to leave things as they are

17.33†† When you request a person to give you a physical object

17.34†† When a thing is broken or out of order (p.6)

17.35†† When what you get is not what you expected

17.36†† When you feel deceived

17.37†† When you highlight your extra effort

17.38†† When you praise a busy person

17.39†† When you give advice to a busy person

17.40†† When you suggest that a person should not avoid work (p.7)

17.41†† When you suggest that a big job should be done collectively

17.42†† When you ask a person to be careful with the thing you have lent to them

17.43†† When a person is selfish or callous

17.44†† When a person is rigid in character

17.45†† When you don't want a person to hurt somebody

17.46†† When you explain your actions

17.47†† When you stress that success depends on each member of a team (p.8)

17.48†† When you stress that people and things are different

17.49†† When you stress that what a person receives depends on what they give

17.50†† When you highlight a connection between cause and effect

17.51†† When you stress the naturalness of what is going on

17.52†† When you want to stop or prevent some action

17.53†† When there is no choice

17.54†† When you forgot a word or name

17.55†† When you stress the importance of rules and regulations

17.56†† When you stress the importance of order

17.57†† When a place is clean (p.9)

17.58†† When a place is messy

17.59†† When you talk about likes and dislikes

17.60†† When you ask about somebody's favorite things

17.61†† When you highlight the importance of unity

17.62†† When you want to sound nostalgic

17.63†† When you highlight change

 

* 18 Telling Time

18.1†† When you ask the time of day (p.1)

18.2†† When it is 12 oíclock in the daytime (12 p.m.)

18.3†† When it is 12 oíclock at night (12 a.m.)

18.4†† When the time is on the hour

18.5†† When the time is ten minutes past the hour

18.6†† When the time is fifteen minutes past the hour

18.7†† When the time is thirty minutes past the hour

18.8†† When the time is forty minutes past the hour (p.2)

18.9†† When the time is forty-five minutes past the hour

18.10†† When the time is fifty minutes past the hour

18.11†† When it is 2:23 PM

18.12†† When you tell approximate time

18.13†† When a clock is inaccurate

 

* 19 Going for a Drink, Eating Out

19.1†† When you invite a person for a drink or coffee (p.1)

19.2†† When you ask what alcohol is available

19.3†† When you place an order in a bar or café

19.4†† When you make a toast

19.5†† When a person has drunk too much

19.6†† When a person is drunk

19.7†† When you place an order in a fast-food place (p.2)

19.8†† When you order food to take out or to eat in a shop

19.9†† When you ask for a table in a restaurant

19.10†† When you wait for somebody else in a restaurant

19.11†† When you request attention from a waiter or waitress in a restaurant

19.12†† When you ask for something to drink in a restaurant

19.13†† When you are not ready to order in a restaurant (p.3)

19.14†† When you are ready to order in a restaurant

19.15†† When you inquire your dining partner about their ordering plans

19.16†† When you ask a waiter about restaurant specials

19.17†† When you give instructions how your steak is to be cooked in a restaurant

19.18†† When you order an additional serving in the restaurant

19.19†† When you ask for a bill in the restaurant

19.20†† When you want to pay for the meals or drinks of your friends

 

* 20 Unpleasant Conversations

20.1†† When you respond to an arrogant person (p.1)

20.2†† When you want to stop a person from being arrogant

20.3†† When you are shocked with somebodyís rudeness

20.4†† When a person is being annoying

20.5†† When you call a person annoying

20.6†† When you stop a person from being annoying (p.2)

20.7†† When you stop a person from being boring or dull

20.8†† When you stop a person from being unpleasant

20.9†† When you are angry with a person and call them mentally inadequate

20.10†† When you question somebody's sanity angrily (p.3)

20.11†† When you question somebody's alertness angrily

20.12†† When you want to stop a person from being angry

20.13†† When you are angry at the person who has interrupted you

20.14†† When you want an annoying person to leave (p.4)

20.15†† When you feel you are not welcome

20.16†† When you want to be left alone

20.17†† When a person makes you angry

20.18†† When you are not happy with what a person has done

20.19†† When you are angry about the thing a person has done

20.20†† When you want to sound sarcastic about what a person has done (p.5)

20.21†† When you try to avoid an unpleasant conversation

20.22†† When a person is being aggressive

20.23†† When you are angry with an aggressive person

20.24†† When you donít believe that a person who is threatening you has serious intentions

20.25†† When you want a person to stay out of your affairs

20.26†† When you scold a person

20.27†† When you try to stop a person from an illegal action

20.28†† When you want a person to leave your property alone

 

* 21 Perception

21.1†† When your vision is good

21.2†† When a person is vision-impaired

21.3†† When a person is hearing-impaired

21.4†† When you lack an ear for music

21.5†† When the sound is loud

21.6†† When there is no sound

21.7†† When you wonder about a smell

21.8†† When you offer a person to smell something

 

* 22 Personal Life and Family

22.1†† When you describe an attractive woman (p.1)

22.2†† When you describe an attractive man

22.3†† When you ask a person for a date

22.4†† When you profess love

22.5†† When you turn a suitor down (p.2)

22.6†† When you describe your spouse or lover

22.7†† When a woman is pregnant

22.8†† When you highlight family unity

22.9†† When you lead a stable life after marriage

22.10†† When you lead a boring life

 

* 23 Children

23.1†† When you meet with a child (p.1)

23.2†† When a child grows quickly

23.3†† When you praise a little child

23.4†† When you instruct a child about personal safety

23.5†† When you give a child a direct order

23.6†† When you warn a child in the kitchen

23.7†† When you instruct a child to behave and use good manners

23.8†† When you ask a child to be quiet (p.2)

23.9†† When you ask a child to stop some activity

23.10†† When a child is misbehaving

23.11†† When you make sure that a child is listening to you

23.12†† When you donít keep a child from going away any more

23.13†† When you send a child to bed

23.14†† When a child resembles a parent

 

* 24 Food, Eating, Cooking

24.1†† When you are hungry

24.2†† When you ask about a meal

24.3 ††When you announce a meal

24.4†† When you ask a family member to announce a meal

24.5†† When you offer a person a small portion of food

24.6†† When you ask about blessings of the food

24.7†† When you invite others to start eating

24.8†† When you want to tell the taste of food (good or bad)

24.9†† When you ask about a second serving

24.10†† When you want to leave the table early

 

* 25 Finances

25.1†† When you are concerned about your expenses

25.2†† When a person is not frugal with money

25.3†† When a person is greedy

25.4†† When you stop a person from being greedy

25.5†† When you are going to purchase an expensive thing

25.6†† When you have gotten money by tricks

 

* 26 Shopping

26.1†† When you ask about store hours (p.1)

26.2†† When you ask about the location of the store on the phone

26.3†† When you ask a sales associate

26.4†† When you look for items in a supermarket

26.5†† When you try to locate items in a department store

26.6†† When you ask about a particular item in a store

26.7†† When you are just looking and not purchasing (p.2)

26.8†† When you ask a particular question about merchandise

26.9†† When you ask about prices

26.10†† When you cannot make a right choice in the store

26.11†† When you want to try on clothes

26.12†† When you are not satisfied with an item

26.13†† When an item is the best in a group

26.14†† When you encourage your shopping companion to purchase an item

26.15†† When you warn your shopping companion to be careful with an item

26.16†† When you want your purchase to be gift wrapped

 

* 27 Telephone Conversations

27.1†† When you answer a private phone (p.1)

27.2†† When you answer a business phone

27.3†† When you ask a telephone caller whom they want to talk with

27.4†† When you want to get hold of a particular person

27.5†† When you ask a caller's name

27.6†† When you transfer a call

27.7†† When you put a caller on hold (p.2)

27.8†† When a caller has been put on hold

27.9†† When you take a message from a caller

27.10†† When you offer help to a caller

27.11†† When you make a pause in a telephone call for other business

27.12†† When you ask a person who first answered a call the name of a caller

27.13†† When you have to end a telephone conversation

27.14†† When a caller seems to have gotten an incorrect telephone number

27.15†† When you seem to have gotten an incorrect telephone number

 

* 28 Job Situations

28.1†† When you lack experience in a new job (p.1)

28.2†† When you encourage a person to stay at the job

28.3†† When a job is familiar to you

28.4†† When a job or task is easy

28.5†† When a job or task is not easy

28.6†† When you encourage a person to start working

28.7†† When you and your colleagues start a new task (p.2)

28.8†† When you ask for input

28.9†† When you need to be updated

28.10†† When you and your colleagues have started a new task

28.11†† When you approach a deadline

28.12†† When you request somebody to hurry up

28.13†† When you express urgency

28.14†† When you resist urgency

28.15†† When you talk about now

28.16†† When you promise to take care of an issue (p.3)

28.17†† When you order an employee to take care of an issue

28.18†† When you don't approve the course of actions

28.19†† When you look for excuses

28.20†† When you recommend your colleague to end an unsuccessful task

28.21†† When a project has been cancelled

28.22†† When you end your job

28.23†† When you start a task over again

28.24†† When you praise a person for doing a good job

28.25†† When you demonstrate your subjection to a more experiences colleague

28.26†† When you are going to reprimand an employee

28.27†† When your colleague is late for work

28.28†† When you are not motivated by personal preferences

 

* 29 Different Versions

29.1†† Can, May, Could

29.2†† Tenses

29.3†† Pronouns

29.4†† Incompleteness

 

 

 

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