Monday, September 01, 2008

Lesson 92: Special sentences for Spoken English learners

This blog deals with the problem of non-native English learners. That's why we also present sentences used occasionally in speech to increase their confidence. The aim is not that they should cram these phrases or word-units but understand them to gain in confidence and steadily build their own vocabulary.

1. When I move to Paris, I'll have to find a large house.

2. When I'm rich and famous, I'll buy a Chevrolet for my personal use.

3. Once I've finished my internship, I'll apply for the job.

4. As I was driving to my office, I saw the new construction.

5. You'll get to the main square, which ever way you take.

6. By the time I retire, I will have worked in this office for 30 years.

7. We bathed in the sea everyday when we were on holiday.

8. I bathed the baby this morning.

9. How did you get that puncture in your tyre?

10. I rode over some glass /There was glass on the road.

11. He always has sneezing fits in this season.

12. I think it is unhealthy to repress one's emotions too much.

13. He buttoned up his jacket because the wind was getting cooler.

14. If you have a sore throat try gargling with some salt water.

15. Jim and Daisy have broken up.

16. I have fallen out with my pop. (That means: I had argument with my father)

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