1000 most common english phrases pdf - English Grammar Here (2023)

1000 most common english phrases pdf

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1000 most common english phrases pdf

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Asking Directions in English

How do I get to library?
Where is the nearest post office?
Can you tell me the way to the Big Hotel?
Are we on the right road for London?
Can you Show me on the map, please?
I’m looking for this address.
How do I find…?
Excuse me, How can I go to …?
Dou you have a map?
Are you from around here?
Where is …?
Which the best way to …?
Pardon me, I’m lost, how do I get to …?
I’m looking for …
Could you direct me to …?
May I ask for some help? I need to get to …?
How can we get to High Park?
Is it far?
Excuse me, could you tell me how to get to the bus station?

Giving Directions in English

Go up…
It’s on the corner
Go straight ahead
Go along…
Turn left
Turn right
Turn left into … Street
It’s in the middle of the block
You will pass a süpermarket on your left
Take this road
Turn right at the crossroads
It’s on your left
It’s on your right
It’s about 100 meters from here
Take the first road on the right
Take the second road on the left
It’s next to…

Ways to Say NO in English

My body says yes, but my heart say no.
Maybe another time.
I am not accepting anything else at this time.
We appreciate the offer, but …
I’m not really into it, but thanks for asking!
I’d rather not, thanks.
That’s not going to work for me.
Sounds fun, but I’m not available.
I want to, but I’m unable to.
I just don’t have that to give right now.
I’m not able to commit to that right now.
It is not a good idea for me.
Apologies, but I can’t make it.

Ways to Say I MISS YOU

You bring joy to my life.
All I do is think of you.
I love being around you.
I’m infatuated with you.
You crossed my mind.
I appreciate you.
I feel sad without you.
You inspire me.
You are my reason for living.
You occupy my thoughts.
I miss your laugh.
I adore you.
You’re everything to me.
You’re the light of my life.
I’m head over heels for you.
I want a lifetime with you.

Phrases for Staying at a Hotel

Do you have a reservation?
Do you need help with your bags?
Is there anything else we can help you with?
How many guests are with you?
Your room is on the second floor.
Thank you for staying with us!
I’d like to book a room, please.
We really enjoyed our stay.
The room is too noisy.
Can I see the room, please?
Please sign your name here.
More fresh towels are available at the front desk.
I’d like a single room, please.
Can someone help me with my bags?
When I can check-in?
Do you need a wake-up call?


For instance
Note well
As an example being…
In particular
Let’s say…
This includes
As seen in…
One example is…
Such as
In addition to
By way of illustration
In a similar case
If you look at…
Examples include…
As a case in point…
An example being…
This can be seen when
These include…
As an example

English Classroom Phrases

Can you help me, please?
Can I go out?
Can I answer the question?
Can I switch off the lights?
Teacher, please can you repeat again?
Can I open the window?
Can we pack our things now?
What page are we on?
I am ready. May I start it?
What is the homework?
Do we have to write this down?
Sorry, for being late.
May I open / close the window?
Can I go to the board?
Can I come in?
Can I pull up the blinds?
Can I pulldown the blinds?
May I join the class/group?
Can you explain it once more, please?
May I go out please?
Is this right?
Is this correct?
I am sorry. I did not hear.
Can you speak louder, please?
Which book?
Can you explain that again?
Whe is the exam?
When is the homework for?
I have done this.
Can I go to the toilet?

Ways to Say HELLO

Good to see you
Hey, boo
Good evening
Good morning
How are you feeling today?
How are things?
What have you been up to?
Look what the cat dragged in!
It is nice to meet you
What’s going on?
Good afternoon.
How have you been?
What’s up?
Stay safe

Phrases in Shopping

Do you have a smaller size?
Where is the changing room?
Do you know where else I could try?
Do you have this item in stock?
Do you offer a cash discount?
Do you have any strawberry?
Do you have a refund policy?
How much is this?
Do you have a bigger size?
Do you sell organic vegetables?
Could you help me please?
Where can I weight my groceries?
Does it come with a guarantee/warranty?
I’m looking for a leather handbag.
Would you have this in another color?
Do you have something less pricey (expensive)?
Where is the fitting room?

Ways to Say GOOD LUCK

You’ll do great.
Knock them dead!
You are going to be amazing!
Wishing you all the best!
I wish you luck!
Best wishes.
I hope things will turn out fine..
Blow them away!
You’ll do great!
Wishing you lots of luck!
Fingers crossed!
Wishing you a lot of luck!
You were made for this!
I hope things will work out all right.
May the force be with you.

Ways to Say GOOD JOB

Much better!
You certainly did well today.
That kind of work makes me happy.
Way to go.
That’s it.
Out of sight.
Now that’s what I call a fine job.
Couldn’t have done it better myself.
Keep working on it; you’re improving.
It’s such a pleasure to teach when
You work like that!
I think you’re doing the right thing.

Ways to Say I AGREE

I see what you mean…
So do I.
I fee that way too.
I agree with you.
You’re absolutely right.
We are of one mind.
You can say that again.
I could not agree with you more my friend.
You’ve hit the nail on the head.
You got it dude.
Our thoughts are absolutely parallel.
You are so right.

Ways to Say I’M SORRY

I shouldn’t have…
Excuse me for…
It’s all my fault.
Please, accept my apologies for…
I apologize for…
Please, forgive me for my…
I must apologize for…
Ever so sory
That’s my fault.
Please don’t be mad at me.
How stupid thoughtless of me.
Please, accept my apologies for…
I’m really ashamed of what I did.
I’m really sorry about what I said.
That was rude of me. I’m sorry.
I hope you’ll forgive me for…
I do apologize for…

Ways to Say GOOD NIGHT

Sleep with angels
Sleep tight, don’t let the bed bugs bite
Let’s start counting the sheeps
Tomorrow is not soon enough. Lets prepare.
Time to dream
Night night
Have a good sleep
Dream of me
Until tomorrow
Rest time for blossoms
Don’t let the bed bugs bite!
I’ll see you in dreamland
Have sea dreams

Ways to Say I LOVE YOU

I respect you.
You are my reason for living.
You are precious.
You complete me.
You’re the love of my life.
I can’t stop thinking about you.
I lost my heart on you.
You inspire me.
I worship you.
You are my everything.
I need you.
I dreamt about you last night.
You bring happiness to rainly days.
I’ve got you under my skin.
You are the reason I’m alive.
You are my dear.
I’m affectionate for you.
I’m wild about you.
You’re all I see.
I want you.
You are my reason for living.
I lost my heart on you.
You complete me.

Ways to Say BECAUSE

now that
on the grounds that
owing to
as things go
by cause of
by reason of
by virtue of
thanks to
for the reason that
for the sake of
in as much as
in behalf of
in that
in the interest of

Ways to Say I DON’T KNOW

That requires a bit more research first.
Beats me.
I don’t know anything about …
I’m going to investigate that further.
It’s beyond me.
It’s a mystery to me.
That’s a good question, but I don’t know.
I’m not the best person to answer that.
That’s a good question, I’II check this.
I’m afraid. I’ve no idea.
I can’t remember off the top of my head.
I don’t have any information about that.
That’s exactly what I’m seeking to answer.
Who knows?
Let me check on that.
I’m not 00% sure on that.
I’II double check and let you know.

English Phrases – How to Accept Apologies

That’s OK.

I quite understand.
You couldn’t help it.
Forget about it.
Don’t worry about it.
That’s all right.
It doesn’t matter.
Don’t worry. You’re forgiven!
It’s ok.
No need to…
No harm done.
Don’t apologize.
Never mind.
There’s no need to. It’s all right.
Never mind. I quite understand.
Forget about it. I understand.
There is no need. It’s ok.

English Phrases – How to Ask Someone to Repeat Something

Excuse me?
Do you mind repeating that?
Sorry, I didn’t hear what you said.
Sorry, I didn’t catch that.
Could you pleasse repeat that?
Would you mind repeating that?
I’m sorry, I don’t understand. Could you repeat that, please?
Let me repeat that just to make sure?

Ways to Say I’M HUNGRY

I’m hungry as a wolf!
I’m hungry as a bear!
Flying light
Got the munchies
My tummy is talking to me.
I’m freaking hungry!
I’m so hungry I could eat a scabby horse.

Ways to Say Good Morning

Good morning, sunshine!
Mornin’ mi Amigo! (Male)
Mornin’ mi Amiga! (Female)
Morning, good looking!
Rise and shine!
Good day to you!
Good morning, Sleeping beauty!

Making Apologies

I do apologize for…
I must apologize for…
Please, accept my apologies for…
I apologize for…
Please, forgive me for my…
I’d like to apologize for…
Pardon me for this…
I am so sorry for…
I’m terribly sorry for…
I shouldn’t have…
Excuse me for…
It’s all my fault.
Please, forgive me for…
I’m ashamed of…
I’m really ashamed of what I did.
I’m really sorry about what I said.
That was rude of me. I’m sorry.
I hope you’ll forgive me for…

Accepting Apologies

No need to…
No harm done.
Don’t apologize.
Never mind.
It’s ok.
Don’t mention it.
That’s OK.
I quite understand.
You couldn’t help it.
Forget about it.
Don’t worry about it.
That’s all right.
It doesn’t matter.
Don’t worry. You’re forgiven!
There’s no need to. It’s all right.
Never mind. I quite understand.
Forget about it. I understand.
There is no need. It’s ok.

Creative Ways to Say NO

Not possible.
By no means.
I’m slammed.
Not for me, thanks.
Unfortunately, that’s not something I can do at this time.
I’m really booked.
Thanks for thinking of me. I really wish I could.
That’s not an option.
This is not negotiable.
I think not.
If only it worked, but …
Not for me my friend, thanks.
I have something else.
I’d like to, but I know I’II regret it.
I really appreciate you asking me, bu t I can’t do it.
I really appreciate you asking me but I can’t commit to that right now.
No, thanks.
Thanks for thinking of me but I can’t
Unfortunately not.
I’m afraid I can’t.
Maybe another time.
I’m sorry I’m busy.
That’s not going to work for me.
Maybe next time.
I’d love to – but can’t.
My body say yes, but my heart say no.
That doesn’t work for me.
I wish I could make it work.
I am honoured that you asked me but I can’t do it.
Sounds tempting, but I’II have to pass.

Ways to Say GOODBYE

Bye now
Take it easy
I’m off
Gotta go!
Good night
I gotta take off
Talk to you later
Keep in touch
Lovely to meet you
See ya!
Catch you later
Have a good one
Be seeing you!

Ways To Say YES

Why not?
Sure I can!
No problem
Yes, what is it?
You bet
I shall!
As you wish!
Permission granted!
Yes, what can I dofor you?


Have a fabulous birthday!
I hope you have a fantastic day.
Have a great one!
Wishin you many more candles to blow.
Many happy returns of the day!
All the best on your special day!
Many happy returns!
I wish you a wonderful birthday!
Have a good one!
May you birthday be filled with laughter!
I wish you all the best on your special day.
I hope you have a fantastic day and a fantastic year to come.
I wish you a wonderful day!
Wishing you a day that is as special as you are!
Congratulations on another year of skillful death evasion!
Hope you have an enjoyable birthday! You deserve it.

Ways to Say HOW ARE YOU?

What’s new?
How’s it going?
How’s everything?
How’s life?
What’sgoing on?
What’s happening?
How do you do?
What are you up to?
How are you doing?
How are you holding up?
How are things going?
How are you been?

Ways to Say I DON’T LIKE IT

I’m not into it.
I can’t stand it.
I hate it.
I’m not a big fan of it.
I’ve had enough.
I’m not crazy about it.
I loathe it.
I am sick of it.
I don’t appreciate it.
I’m not really fond of it.
I’II pass.
I am not passionate about it.
I am not keen on it.
That’s not for me.
I am not a big fan of it.
That’s not my thing.
I’m disinterested in that.

Ways to Say OH MY GOD!

Goodness gracious me!
Oh my!
Holy moly
For heaven’s sake!
Oh Jesus!
For the love of God!
Gosh almighty!
Shitting Hell!
That is bare sick!
Heavens to Betsy!
Holy crap
Oh my goodness!
Oh boy!

Ways to Say I’M TIRED

I’m weary
I’m bushed
I’m beat
I’m done
I’m sleepy
I’m spent
I’m flat out tired
I’m dead-tired
I’m running on fumes
I’m dog tired
I’m tired to the bone
I’m knockered
I’m pooped
I’m exhausted
I’m worn out
I’m dead on my feet
I’m dragging
I’m running on empty

Another Way to Say For Example

To illustrate
For instance
One example is…
As a case in point
As an example
Such as
In a similar case
In addition to
By way of illustration
Note well
As an example being…
In particular
Let’s say…
As seen in…
This is illustrated…
Thse include…
Note well…


What are the 1000 most common words in English? ›

Our list of the 1000 most common and frequently used words in English IN ORDER OF FREQUENCY.
  • sell.
  • action.
  • support.
  • wife.
  • decision.
  • receive.
  • value.
  • base. pick.

What are the most common phrases in the English language? ›

The most common English idioms
Better late than neverBetter to arrive late than not to come at allby itself
Bite the bulletTo get something over with because it is inevitableas part of a sentence
Break a legGood luckby itself
Call it a dayStop working on somethingas part of a sentence
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What are the 10 phrases? ›

10 Common Phrases in english & What You Can Use Instead
  • Pursunant to.
  • As said/stated in/by.
  • As reported in/by.
  • In agreement with.
  • On the word of.
  • In consonance with.

Can I learn 100 English words a day? ›

You probably can't master one word a day. Forget about 100. But you can certainly learn 100 words in a day. Sure, you can't learn everything you could ever need to know about these 100 words, and memorise all that information, but you can certainly get a basic understanding of 100 words in a day.

How can I speak 150 in English? ›

150 in words – One Hundred and Fifty.

How can I learn English fluently in 10 days? ›

How to learn English fluently in 10 days!
  1. Here is how you can Learn English Fluently in 10 Days! ...
  2. #1: Read English Newspapers Loudly. ...
  3. #2: Think and Express in English as much as you Can. ...
  4. #3: Listen to English Radio. ...
  5. #4: Watch English Shows. ...
  6. #5: Write and Rewrite whatever you Learn. ...
  7. #6: Learn new words and their synonyms.
28 Sept 2021

What is a phrase in English PDF? ›

A phrase is two or more related words that do not contain the subject-verb pair necessary to form a clause. Phrases can be very short or quite long. Here are two examples: After lunch.

What are the 20 English idioms? ›

Here are 20 English idioms that everyone should know:
  • Under the weather. What does it mean? ...
  • The ball is in your court. What does it mean? ...
  • Spill the beans. What does it mean? ...
  • Break a leg. What does it mean? ...
  • Pull someone's leg. What does it mean? ...
  • Sat on the fence. What does it mean? ...
  • Through thick and thin. ...
  • Once in a blue moon.
23 Feb 2022

What are the 100 idioms? ›

100 Common English Idioms
  • Break the ice. Meaning: To get the conversation going. ...
  • A dime a dozen. Meaning: Very common: quite ordinary. ...
  • Beat around the bush. Meaning: To avoid saying something. ...
  • Back against the wall. ...
  • Bite the bullet. ...
  • Wrap one's head around something. ...
  • Under the weather. ...
  • Better late than never.
15 Jul 2022

What are the 200 idioms? ›

200+ Common Idioms [With Meaning and Example]
  • Stir up a hornets' nest. Hornets are the largest eusocial wasps, and their sting can be really painful. ...
  • An eye for an eye. ...
  • Back against the wall. ...
  • Barking up the wrong tree. ...
  • Bite off more than you can chew. ...
  • Pigs might fly. ...
  • Upset someone's applecart. ...
  • Not enough room to swing a cat.
4 Nov 2022

What are 20 phrases examples? ›

20 Phrases That Will Make Learning English Easy For You
  • Back of My Hand. Meaning: To have complete knowledge about something. ...
  • Take It Easy. Meaning: To relax. ...
  • All of A Sudden. Meaning: A thing happened unexpectedly and quickly. ...
  • Herculean Task. ...
  • The Time Is Ripe. ...
  • Double Minded. ...
  • See Eye To Eye. ...
  • When Pigs Fly.
25 Jul 2021

What are the 25 idioms? ›

Let us now learn about the 25 most common and useful Idioms in the English language:
  • Under the weather. Meaning - To feel sick. ...
  • The ball is in your court. ...
  • Spill the beans. ...
  • Pull someone's leg. ...
  • Sit on the fence. ...
  • Through thick and thin. ...
  • Once in a blue moon. ...
  • The best of both worlds.
26 Jun 2021

Can I speak English in 30 days? ›

To speak fluent English in 30 days, you must also spend an hour or two every day studying basic grammar as well as learning a set of 5-10 new words. Read a newspaper every day or start reading a good English book. Make flashcards to learn new words or download a vocabulary-building app on your smartphone.

How can I learn English fast? ›

How to memorize new vocabulary faster: 9 tips
  1. Use Memory Techniques. ...
  2. Create a learning environment. ...
  3. Put the words in context. ...
  4. Learn from real-life situations. ...
  5. Take it to the next level. ...
  6. Find the tools that work for you. ...
  7. Make it interactive. ...
  8. Focus on useful words.
15 Jun 2022

How do you speak 500000? ›

500000 in words is Five Hundred Thousand. For example, if you have earned 500000 in 7 months, you can write, “I have earned Five Hundred Thousand in seven months”.

How can I speak 100000 in English? ›

Therefore, the number 100000 in words is One Hundred Thousand. Also, read: Numbers in Words. Number Name 1 to 50.

How do you read 200000 in English? ›

Therefore, the number 200000 in words is Two Hundred Thousand. Also, read: Number Names 1 to 20.

Can I improve my English in 1 month? ›

Now, if you want to become fluent in English (roughly B2) in a month, then that's highly unlikely, since you would need to spend at least five full days every week taking classes and doing homework without rest.

Can I learn English in 2 months? ›

I'd say it'll be quite difficult to become fluent in English in just two months, but if you want to learn fast you'll need to practice every day!

How do I find a phrase in English? ›

Phrases are a combination of two or more words that can take the role of a noun, a verb, or a modifier in a sentence. Phrases are different from clauses because while dependent and independent clauses both contain a subject and a verb, phrases do not.

What is a phrase Class 9? ›

A phrase is a group of words that are together as a single unit. It can appear as a part of a clause or a sentence. A phrase does not contain a subject and verb and, so it cannot make a complete sentence.

What are 30 idioms? ›

The most common English idioms
Beat around the bushAvoid saying what you mean, usually because it is uncomfortable
Better late than neverBetter to arrive late than not to come at all
Bite the bulletTo get something over with because it is inevitable
Break a legGood luck
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What is the idiom of A to Z? ›

including all the things involved: I know that my parents will take care of everything from A to Z if I ask them.

What is an idiom Class 8? ›

An idiom is a group of words, or in other words, a phrase that has a meaning different from the literal meaning of the words in it.

How can I learn all idioms? ›

Hear it - First, you need to hear or read a new expression or come into contact with it in any other way. In order to spice your vocabulary up with idioms and phrases, you first have to constantly be on the prowl for them. Write it - Next up is writing the new phrases or idioms down, lest you forget them.

What is an idiom Grade 6? ›

What is an idiom? An idiom is a group of words with a figurative, non-literal meaning which can't be deciphered by looking at its individual words. In many cases, idioms started off with literal meanings, but lost them as they moved away from their origins. A common example of an idiom is 'give up'.

What is an idiom Class 10? ›

A set expression of two or many words that mean something together, instead of the literal meanings of its words individually.

What is 99th word? ›

99th: Ninety-Ninth.

What are the 12 powerful words? ›

What are the twelve powerful words? Trace, Analyze, Infer, Evaluate, Formulate, Describe, Support, Explain, Summarize, Compare, Contrast, Predict. Why use the twelve powerful words?

What is the number 1 longest word? ›

Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis is the longest word entered in the most trusted English dictionaries.

Do maths do idioms? ›

Do the math means to add up facts and figures in order to come to a conclusion. Do the math might quite literally be a demand to analyze numbers in order to make a decision on whether to proceed on a project.

What is an idiom for friends? ›

John and Lisa have been friends through thick and thin. My best friend and I stayed together through thick and thin. If two people are “like two peas in a pod,” it means that they get along very well. They are two very good friends and they are very similar to each other.

What is an idiom for kids? ›

An idiom is essentially a common phrase with a meaning that can't be understood by looking at its individual words. They are those funny parts of our everyday speech that we use to communicate thoughts, ideas, and feelings without referring to them literally.

What are the 8 types of phrases? ›

Based on its function in a sentence, the phrases are divided into various types: 1) Noun Phrase, 2) Verb Phrase, 3) Adject Phrase, 4) Adverb Phrase, 5) Gerund Phrase, 6) Infinitive Phrase, 7, Prepositional Phrase, and 8) Absolute Phrase.

What is a phrase five examples? ›

Common types of phrases include noun phrases (such as a good friend), verb phrases (drives carefully), adjective phrases (very cold and dark), adverb phrases (quite slowly), and prepositional phrases (in first place).

What are the simple phrases? ›

12 Simple Phrases That Are Guaranteed to Make People Like You More
  • "Here's the situation."
  • "Tell me more."
  • "What do you think?"
  • "What can I do to help?"
  • "Please/thank you."
  • "You're welcome."
  • "Let me find out for you."
  • "I've got your back."
18 Dec 2017

What are 10 good sentences? ›

Good sentence example
  • It felt so good to be home. 1070. ...
  • You have a good family. 688. ...
  • She is such a good seamstress. 643. ...
  • It was a good thing they were going home tomorrow. ...
  • It was all just good clean fun. ...
  • It meant a good deal to him to secure a home like this. ...
  • It would do no good to ask him why. ...
  • He had done one good deed.

What are the 5 most common idioms? ›

Five idioms every English student should know
  • Get your act together (Meaning: you need to improve your behaviour/work) ...
  • Pull yourself together (Meaning: calm down) ...
  • I'm feeling under the weather (Meaning: I'm sick) ...
  • It's a piece of cake (Meaning: it's easy) ...
  • Break a leg (Meaning: good luck!)
2 Feb 2018

What are some hard idioms? ›

20 Idioms For Working Hard
  • Idiom #1: Back/nose to the grindstone. To return to/start a hard tedious task. ...
  • Idiom #3: Be snowed under. ...
  • Idiom #4: Bend over backwards. ...
  • Idiom #5: Blood, sweat, and tears. ...
  • Idiom #6: Burning a candle at both ends. ...
  • Idiom #7: Get cracking. ...
  • Idiom #8: Give it 110% ...
  • Idiom #9: Go the extra mile.

What is the idiom of brain? ›

To pick someone's brains means to ask for information or advice from someone who knows more about a subject than you do.

What are idioms 4th grade? ›

Idioms are phrases that have a meaning that is very different from its individual parts. Unlike most sentences that have a literal meaning, idioms have figurative meaning. A literal meaning is when each word in a sentence stays true to its actual meaning.

Should you learn the 1000 most common words? ›

So which words should we learn? Prof Webb says the most effective way to be able to speak a language quickly is to pick the 800 to 1,000 lemmas which appear most frequently in a language, and learn those.

What are the 850 words of basic English? ›

I , ice , idea , if , ill , important , impulse , in , increase , industry , ink , insect , instrument , insurance , interest , invention , iron , island . jelly , jewel , join , journey , judge , jump . keep , kettle , key , kick , kind , kiss , knee , knife , knot , knowledge .

What are the 118 words? ›

118 in words is written as “One Hundred Eighteen”.

Does English have 1million words? ›

It has been estimated that the vocabulary of English includes roughly 1 million words (although most linguists would take that estimate with a chunk of salt, and some have said they wouldn't be surprised if it is off the mark by a quarter-million); that tally includes the myriad names of chemicals and other scientific ...

Is 100 words enough to speak a language? ›

Looking at the figures given in the previous paragraph, we can see that 100 words will not be enough to express yourself in any language, no matter how briefly. Let's take a look at this analytically by applying the 80/20 rule (also called Pareto's law), to the use of languages.

How can I memorize 1000 words? ›

How to memorize new vocabulary faster: 9 tips
  1. Use Memory Techniques. ...
  2. Create a learning environment. ...
  3. Put the words in context. ...
  4. Learn from real-life situations. ...
  5. Take it to the next level. ...
  6. Find the tools that work for you. ...
  7. Make it interactive. ...
  8. Focus on useful words.
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Is 100 words a day good? ›

100 words is easily achievable for most people. IF someone was in doubt of being able to do this daily, I encouraged them to go for 50 words a day. 100 words is a nice round number. 100 words a day, establishes a writing habit that could last a lifetime.

How can I practice basic English? ›

English Learning Tips for Beginners
  1. Listen to English every day. Listen to English radio. ...
  2. Make an English/ESL friend. Make up conversations. ...
  3. Read English stories. Start with children's books. ...
  4. Write down new words. Start a notebook for new words. ...
  5. Keep an English diary. ...
  6. Visit an English-speaking country.

What number is 1000000000000000 in words? ›

The next number after trillion is quadrillion, or a 1 with 15 zeros after it: 1,000,000,000,000,000.

What is the word of 1111? ›

1111 in English words is read as “One thousand one hundred eleven.”

What is the number 1 most used word in English? ›

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How can I read 100000000 in English? ›

100,000,000 (one hundred million) is the natural number following 99,999,999 and preceding 100,000,001. In scientific notation, it is written as 108.

How many words is A1 B1 A2? ›

Here is a commonly accepted one: A1 = 500 words. A2 = 1,000 words. B1 = 2,000 words.

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