BEGINNER’S ENGLISH TEXT BOOK

BEGINNER’S ENGLISH TEXT BOOK

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This book is about 40 common situations that everybody face in life. Here You’ll find exact words and way of speaking in English either for asking questions or for answering to questions. Checkout the topics covered in this book below.

Greeting [Saying Hello]

Responding to greeting

Things to remember about greeting:

Saying Goodbye

Leaving and saying goodbye

If you want to say goodbye in a hurry

Saying goodbye politely after meeting someone

Saying goodbye to your hosts

Other ways to say goodbye

Slang Goodbyes

Introducing yourself and other people

Introduce yourself:

Introducing others:

Useful responses when introducing yourself or other people:

Things to remember:

Talking about ability

Expressing ability

In the present:

In the past

In the future

Things to remember:

Asking For and Giving Permission

Asking for Permission:

Giving Permission:

Refusing to give permission:

Talking About Favourite Things

Asking about favourite things:

Responding:

Things to remember:

Telling the Time

Asking about the time:

Telling the time:

Making Offers

How to make offers in English?

Responding to offers

Shock and disbelief

Expressing shock and disbelief

Examples

Expressing Indifference

How to express indifference?

Making an Appointment

Asking to meet:

Examples:

Responding to an appointment:

Cancelling an appointment

Examples:

Making Business Appointments

Talking about your preferences:

Questions about preferences

Replies

Things to remember about preferences

Making invitations

Inviting:

Accepting invitations:

Declining invitations:

Dialogue:

Talking about likes and dislikes

Expressing likes:

Expressing dislikes:

Examples of likes and dislikes:

Describing people and things

Questions:

Responses:

Dialogue:

Expressing obligation

Obligation in the present:

Obligation in the past:

Obligation in the future:

Things to remember:

Expressing Prohibition

To express prohibition you can use:

Examples:

Asking for and giving advice

Asking for advice:

Giving advice

Declining to give advice

Things to remember about asking for and giving advice:

Expressing lack of necessity

Expressing lack of necessity in the present:

Expressing lack of necessity in the past:

Expressing lack of necessity in the future:

Things to remember about expressing luck of necessity:

Dialogue:

Making and responding to suggestions

Making suggestions:

Accepting suggestions:

Refusing suggestions:

Things to remember about suggestions:

Expressing Your Opinion

Agreeing or disagreeing

Partial agreement:

Disagreeing with an opinion:

Complaining – Talking about Complaints

Complaining:

Examples

Responding to complaints

Negative response to complaints:

Things to remember about complaints:

Expressing Hope

How to use “wish”

How to use “hope”

Other ways to express hope

Remember:

Agreement, partial agreement and disagreement

Expressions

Disagreement:

Disagreement:

Talking about cause and effect

Cause and effect

Other ways to express cause and effect:

Is there a difference between due to and owing to?

Things to remember about cause and effect:

Expressing probability or improbability:

Examples of probability:

Examples of improbability:

Expressing probability in the past:

Making apologies:

Accepting apologies:

What is the difference between possibility and probability?

Making and responding to a request

Things to remember about making a request:

Talking about fear

Questions:

Responses:

Making Predictions

Examples of making predictions:

Expressing certainty and uncertainty

How to express lack of understanding

How you ask for clarification

Clarifying one’s point or idea

Asking about direction

Shopping expressions

Shopping for a T-shirt

How to classify things in English?

Telephone conversations

Giving good and bad news

How to define concepts

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