DAILY USE ENGLISH SENTENCES – ENGLISH CONVERSATION PRACTICE – PART 4
Where there is a will there is a way…..
It is always important that you not set your futuristic goal but work smartly and design a smart, effective and easy path to reach your goal…. here being with you the goal of speaking fluent English yet simple and confidently……
Let us now again glance through a few English sentences for daily use….
1. It was really nice meeting you.
You could use this when you want to say good bye….. after talking to someone…. It is a casual and cordial manner to say so when you really liked the conversation with that particular person…..
2. Can give me company for a while.
You can use this when you feel bored or nobody to be beside you to help you then you could very well use this sentence, so that they will try to accompany you and help you out……
3. We were great friends but unexpectedly the last month when I met him he gave me a cold shoulder.
You can use this “gave me a cold shoulder” when someone treated you unfriendly or just ignored you……
4. I literally didn’t meaning it.
You can use this when you didn’t say in a literal or real sense…. may be you said something on the casually or may be on the go…… or funny too……
5. They are preparing for the bride seeing ceremony.
This means they are getting ready for the ritual or ceremony of seeing the bride for fixing the match for the bridegroom….
6. We are going to see the prospective bride.
This is just similar to the previous one meaning here….. “they are going to see the bride to fix the wedding in the future may be…”
7. In case possibly if the groom and his family are coming to see the bride…. supposed to get married to…… then the following could be used…..
The groom and their family are coming to see the prospective bride.
8. Don’t look around.
You could use this to tell someone not to be aimlessly gazing into things or things happening around……
9. Don’t look around at other things.
This is the same as the above used to say to someone not to be distracted over things happening around….
10. Don’t people-watch.
This means you say to someone not to be monitoring or looking at people around or the movement of the people around you unnecessarily……
11. Don’t let your eyes wander.
You can use this when you want to say to someone not to keeping on moving their eyeballs getting their focus distracted may be during reading, learning or listening to any video lessons….. losing concentration……. and attention…..
12. Don’t let your mind wander.
You can use this to say to someone that they should not allow their thoughts to be be scattered, distracted and be without attention…..
13. Look on.
This means to watch an activity taking any action or without getting involved in it……
14. Don’t work unwillingly.
You can use this to tell someone not to work when they don’t want to work or when they don’t like the job they are doing…..
15. He is a freeloader.
This means he is a person who gets all things, services or any material just for free without any effort or hard work or in fact they would not give any value or service or money in return….
Catch you soon……
With more English……