E-mate Expressions

Expressions

"Excuse me,"

"Excuse me, I'm looking for ………."

"How far is it?"

"Is it far?"

"It takes about 10 minutes by bus."

"Please show me the way"

"It's a 10-minute walk."

"What's the best way to the station?"

"Where is the nearest bus stop?"

"Can you tell me where to get off ?"

"Do buses run all night ?"

"Can you show me on this map where I am ?"

"Is this the right bus/ train to…..?"

"Wait here."

"Turn right."

"Turn left."

"Go straight on."

"On the right."

"On the left."

"At the traffic lights."

"Hello. My name is ..........."

"I booked a room two weeks ago."

"I need a single room"

"I need a double room."

"I need a room for…2/3……people"

"I would lıke a bath, a telephone and a TV in the room. "

"What time is breakfast?"

"What time is lunch?"

"What time is dinner?"

"How much is the room per day?"

"My room is on the second floor."

"Can I have the bill, please?"

"Is breakfast included?"

"Could you give me a wake up call at 7 tomorrow morning, please?"

"I'd like to pay in cash / by credit card."

"I want to check out."

"Could you call a taxi, please?"

"We really enjoyed staying here."

"I’m hungry."

"I’m thirsty."

"It’s lunch/dinner time."

"What’s for breakfast/ lunch/dinner?"

"A table for two, please."

"May we sit at this table?"

"Can I have the menu, please?"

"What's on the menu?"

"We're not ready yet."

"Steak for me, please."

"Can you bring me the ketchup, please?"

"A salad, please."

"I'll have the same."

"That's all, thank you."

"Can I have the bill , please?"

"Do you need any napkins?"

"Would you like some salt /pepper?"

"This is on me."

"Here you are."

"Keep the change."

"I would like to drink coke/ wine/beer"

"I would like to eat chicken/beef/lamb/a hamburger"

"Could I have some chips /some bread/some water?"

"What would you suggest?"

"Enjoy your meal."

"Where can I wash my hands?"

"I’d like my steak well done."

"I’d like my steak medium."

"I’d like my steak rare"

"Seperate bills,please."

"Can I help you?"

"How many are you?"

"Can I take your order, sir/madam?"

"What would you like to start with?"

"What would you like to drink/eat?"

"Do you want a salad with it?"

"Do you want a dessert?"

"The burgers are very good."

"Did you enjoy your meal?"

"Do you want vegetables with it?"

"Why don't you try the pizza/ steak/ hamburger?"

"It'll take about 20 minutes."

"Would you like a Coke/a hamburger/a pizza?"

"Yes, please."

"No, thank you."

"I didn't understand you."

"Pardon?/ Sorry?"

"What do you mean?"

"Can you repeat that, please?"

"What does it mean?"

"Do you understand me?"

"Please speak slowly"

"Can you write it down, please?"

"I see."

"I understand"

"I don’t know"

"Good morning"

"Good afternoon"

"Good evening"

"Good night"

"Have a nice day"

"Welcome"

"Hello."

"Hi."

"Goodbye"

"Have a nıce day"

"Bye-bye."

"See you later"

"See you soon"

"Say hello to ………. from me."

"How are you?"

"I'm fine, thanks."

"Not too bad."

"Great!"

"I’m OK."

"So so"

"I’m tired"

"What’s up?"

"What’s going on?"

"Are you OK?"

"Yes"

"No"

"I’m……………."

"What’s your name?"

"This is my friend ………"

"Nice to meet you."

"How do you do?"

"How nice to see you."

"Lovely day today, isn't it?"

"What a nice day!"

"What is the weather like?"

"It’s hot"

"It’s cold"

"It’s sunny"

"It’s rainy"

"It’s cloudy"

"It’s freezing"

"It’s foggy."

"It’s raining."

"It’s snowing."

"It’s windy."

"One"

"Two"

"Three"

"Four"

"Five"

"Six"

"Seven"

"Eight"

"Nine"

"Ten"

"Eleven"

"Twelve"

"Thirteen"

"Fourteen"

"Fifteen"

"Sixteen"

"Seventeen"

"Eighteen"

"Nineteen"

"Twenty"

"Thirty"

"Forty"

"Fifty"

"Sixty"

"Seventy"

"Eighty"

"Ninety"

"a/one Hundred"

"a /one Thousand"

"Excuse me, what time is it?"

"It’s seven o’clock. (7:00)"

"It’s nine-thirty (9:30)/ it’s half past nine"

"It’s ten-twenty (10:20)/ it’s twenty past ten"

"What day is it today?"

"It’s Monday."

"Sunday"

"Monday"

"Tuesday"

"Wednesday"

"Thursday"

"Friday"

"Saturday"

"What month is it?"

"It’s January"

"January"

"February"

"March"

"April"

"May"

"June"

"July"

"August"

"September"

"October"

"November"

"December"

"Now"

"Later"

"In the morning"

"In the afternoon"

"In the evening"

"At night"

"At the weekend"

"Last year"

"Last month"

"Last week"

"Yesterday"

"Today"

"Tomorrow"

"Next week"

"Next month"

"Next year"

"Every day"

"Every week"

"Every month"

"Every year"

"Always"

"Never"

"Winter"

"Spring"

"Summer"

"Autumn"

"This is ... ... speaking."

"I'll phone back later."

"Please leave a message after the beep."

"Can I take a message?"

"Can I speak to ............, please?"

"Can I call you back?"

"What is the area code of your country?"

"Just a moment, please."

"The line's busy."

"There is no reply."

"This is a bad line"

"Can I use my mobile?"

"This telephone is out of order."

"How much is it?"

"How much are they?"

"I’m looking for a t-shirt"

"I want a smaller one"

"I want a larger one."

"I prefer red/blue/ black"

"What size?"

"Small"

"Medium"

"Large"

"X large"

"It’s too expensive."

"It’s cheap."

"Can I help you?"

"What are you interested in?"

"Can I change it?"

"I’d like to try this on."

"Where is the fitting room ?"

"I want to see something else."

"Would you please gift-wrap that ?"

"I like this one"

"I don’t like that one"

"What colour is it?"

"It’s white"

"Black"

"Red"

"Blue"

"Yellow"

"Green"

"Pink"

"Brown"

"What’s the matter with you?"

"Are you OK?"

"I feel terrible."

"I’m ill."

"I need to see a doctor."

"I have a headache."

"I have a toothache"

"I have a stomachache"

"I feel weak."

"You look pale."

"You look tired."

"Have you got any painkillers?"

"Take care of yourself."

"Get well soon"

"Do you have anything to declare?"

"How much money are you bringing into the country?"

"May I see your passport?"

"Do you have a visa?"

"Please put your suitcases on the desk."

"How long do you plan to stay?"

"The waiting lounge"

"Is the train/bus on time?"

"Is it direct?"

"What’s the estimated time of arrival?"

"How far is it?"

"Where are you going?"

"I'm going to ….………."

"I'm going by bus."

"I haven't been there before."

"I'd like to go to…………..."

"How much is the trip?"

"How could I get there?"

"I was in ……… last year."

"A single ticket, please"

"A return ticket, please"

"Be quick!"

"We are lost"

"I want a receipt."

"I lost my luggage"

"Have a nice journey!"

"Name"

"Surname"

"Age"

"Sex/Gender"

"Religion"

"Date of birth"

"Place of birth"

"Marital status"

"Single"

"Married"

"What is your name?"

"My name is………."

"How old are you?"

"I’m …………….. years old."

"Where are you from?"

"I’m from………………."

"Can you speak…………?"

"I can speak a little English"

"I can speak English"

"What is your job?"

"I’m a…………………"

"Good luck!"

"Bless you!"

"Would you like to join us?"

"Thank you very much!"

"Thank you."

"Thanks a lot."

"You're welcome."

"It doesn't matter."

"Thanks for everything"

"Very kind of you"

"I’m sorry"

"Pardon?"

"Let’s go."

"I’m sorry but I have to go ."

"Do you have internet Access here?"

"Do you have wireless internet here?"

"What is the password for the internet?"

"Are you married?"

"Are you single?"

"Have you got any children?"

"Son"

"Daughter"

"Husband"

"Wife"

"Mother"

"Father"

"Grandfather"

"Grandmother"

"Uncle"

"Aunt"

"Cousin"

"Stepmother"

"Stepfather"

"Half sıster/brother"

"Step sister/brother"

"Sister/brother/father/mother-ın-law"

"Help!"

"Be careful!"

"Look out!"

"Watch out!"

"Please help me"

"Call an ambulance, please!"

"I need a doctor"

"What would you like to drink"

"Still/spakling Water, please"

"What would you like to eat?"

"A hamburger, please."

"A glass of water"

"A cup of tea"

"A cup of coffee"

"A glass of fruit juice"

"A glass of milk"

"A can of coke"

"A cheeseburger"

"Chicken"

"Pasta"

"Rice"

"salad"

"Cake"

"A sandwich"

"Breakfast"

"Lunch"

"Dinner"

"Soup"

"Fish"

"Meat"

"Meatball"

"Potato"

"Tomato"

"carrot"

"Apple"

"Orange"

"Banana"

"Pineapple"

"Pear"

"Peach"

"strawberry"

"Salt"

"Pepper"

"Onion"

"I’m a vegetarian"

"I don’t eat meat."

"I don’t eat pork."

"trousers"

"Shoes"

"Jacket"

"Skirt"

"Coat"

"Shirt"

"Socks"

"Dress"

"Underwear"

"Tracksuit"

"Swimsuit"

"Trainers"

"Slippers"

"Hat"

"Scarf"

"Jumper/pullover/sweater"

"Gloves"

"Blouse"

"Boots"

"Glasses"

"Sunglasses"

"Watch"

"jeans"

"I’d like to change some money."

"What is the rate for Euro?"

"Do you take commission?"