English

For beginners only: sentences to learn English for UPSC aspirants

  1. be – Be positive- “Will you be my friend?”
  2. and – State and central are involved in this policymaking. “You and I will always be friends.”
  3. of – “Today is the first of November.”
  4. a – “I saw a bear today.”
  5. in – “She is in her room.”
  6. to – “Let’s go to the park.”
  7. have – “I have a few questions.”
  8. too – “I like her too.”
  9. it – “It is sunny outside.”
  10. I – “I really like it here.”
  11. that – “That door is open.”
  12. for – “This letter is for you.”
  13. you – “You are really nice.”
  14. he – “He is my brother.”
  15. with – “I want to go with you.”
  16. on – “I watch movies on my iPad.”
  17. do – “What will you do now?”
  18. say – “Can I say something?”
  19. this – “This is my favorite cookie.”
  20. they – “They are here!”
  21. at – “Can you pick me up at the mall?”
  22. but – “I’m sorry but she’s away.”
  23. we – “We are going to watch a movie.”
  24. his – “This is his box.”
  25. from – “This card came from my cousin.”
  26. that – “That’s a really cool trick!”
  27. not – “That’s not what I want.”
  28. can’t – “I can’t open it.”
  29. won’t – “I won’t open it.”
  30. by – “Will you come by and see me?”
  31. she – “She is very happy.”
  32. or – “Do you like blue or yellow?”
  33. as – “Her role as an English teacher is very important.”
  34. what – “What are you thinking of?”
  35. go – “I want to go there.”
  36. their – “This is their house.”
  37. can – “What can I do for you?”
  38. who – “Who can help me?”
  39. get – “Can you get me my eyeglasses?”
  40. if – “What if I fail?”
  41. would – “Would you help me out?”
  42. her – “I have her book.”
  43. all – “All my favourite books are on this shelf.”
  44. my – “My mom is coming to visit.”
  45. make – “Can we make our projects together?”
  46. about – “What is this movie about?”
  47. know – “Do you know where this place is?”
  48. will – “I will help you find that place.”
  49. as – “As soon as she’s here, I’ll talk to her.”
  50. up – “I live up in the mountains.”
  51. one – “She is one of my English teachers.”
  52. time – “There was a time I liked to play golf.”
  53. there – “There are so many things I want to learn.”
  54. year – “This is the year I’m finally going to learn English.”
  55. so – “I am so sorry.”
  56. think – “I think I need to lie down.”
  57. when – “When will I see you again?”
  58. which – “Which of these slippers are yours?”
  59. them – “Please give this to them.”
  60. some – “Please give them some of the apples I brought home.”
  61. me – “Can you give me some apples?”
  62. people – “There are so many people at the mall today.”
  63. take – “Please take home some of these apples”
  64. out – “Please throw the trash out.”
  65. into – “My puppy ran into the woods.”
  66. just – just miss, he is just a friend , and not a lover . “Just close your eyes.”
  67. see – “Did you see that?”
  68. him – “I heard him singing earlier.”
  69. your – your books are stolen by your room mate. “Your mom is here.”
  70. come – “Can your mom and dad come to the party?”
  71. could – “Could you help me with my project?”
  72. now – “I want to watch this now.”
  73. than – “I like this cake better than the other one you showed me.”
  74. like – “I like this bag better than the other one you showed me.”
  75. other – “I like these shoes better than the other ones you showed me.”
  76. how – “How do I turn this on?”
  77. then – “We had breakfast and then we went to church.”
  78. its – “I need to read its manual.”
  79. our – india is our country .“This is our home now.”
  80. two – “Two cheeseburgers, please.”
  81. more – “Can I have some more milkshake?”
  82. these – “Do you like these ribbons?”
  83. want – “Do you want these ribbons?”
  84. way – “Can you look this way?”
  85. look – “Please look this way.”
  86. first – “She was my very first teacher.”
  87. also – “She was also my best friend.”
  88. new – “I have new shoes.”
  89. because – “I am crying because I’m sad.”
  90. day – “Today is National Friendship day.”
  91. more – “I have more stickers at home.”
  92. use – please use eye glases while driving. “How do I use this?”
  93. no – “There’s no electricity now.”
  94. man – the man who led indian army council is non other than sharuk khan “There’s a man outside looking for you.”
  95. find – “Where can I find rare furniture?”
  96. here – “My mom is here.”
  97. thing – “One thing led to another.”
  98. give – “Give her these pearls.”
  99. many – “We shared many dreams together.”
  100. well – “You know me so well.”
  101. only – “You are my only friend here.”
  102. those – “Those boots belong to my friend.”
  103. tell – “Can you tell me which way to go?”
  104. one – “She’s the one he’s been waiting for.”
  105. very – “I’m very upset right now.”
  106. her – “Her grandmother is sick.”
  107. even – “She can’t even stand on her own.”
  108. back – “I’ll be right back.”
  109. any – “Have you had any luck on your research?”
  110. good – “You’re a good person.”
  111. woman – “That woman looks so polished.”
  112. through – “Your faith will see you through tough times.”
  113. us – “Do you want to go with us?”
  114. life – “This is the best day of my life.”
  115. child – “I just saw a child cross the street by herself.”
  116. there – “Did you go there?”
  117. work – “I have to go to work.”
  118. down – “Let’s go down.”
  119. may – “You may take your seats.”
  120. after – “Let’s have dinner after work.”
  121. should – “Should I buy this dress?”
  122. call – “Call me when you get home, okay?”
  123. world – “I want to travel and see the world.”
  124. over – “I can’t wait for this day to be over.”
  125. school – “My cousin goes to school here.”
  126. still – “I still think you should go.”
  127. try – “Can you try to be nicer to him?”
  128. in – “What’s in that box?”
  129. as – “As soon as I get home, I’m going to start watching that series.”
  130. last – “This is my last slice of cake, I promise!”
  131. ask – “Can you ask the waiter to bring us some wine?”
  132. need – “I need some wine tonight!”
  133. too – “I need some wine, too!”
  134. feel – “I feel so tired, I just need to relax and unwind.”
  135. three – “I have three sisters.”
  136. when – “When was the last time you saw them?”
  137. state – “Check out the state of that shed, it’s falling apart.”
  138. never – “I’m never going to drink wine again.”
  139. become – “Over the years we’ve become really close.”
  140. between – “This is just between you and me.”
  141. high – “Give me a high five!”
  142. really – “I really like your painting!”
  143. something – “I have something for you.”
  144. most – “She’s the most beautiful girl I’ve ever seen.”
  145. another – “I’ll have another glass of wine, please.”
  146. much – “I love you guys so much.”
  147. family – “You are like family to me.”
  148. own – “I want to get my own place.”
  149. out – “Get out of my room.”
  150. leave – “I want you to leave.”
  151. put – “Please put down that book and listen to me.”
  152. old – “I feel so old!”
  153. while – “I can wait for you here while you shop.”
  154. mean – “I didn’t mean to sound so angry.”
  155. on – “Can you turn on the lights?”
  156. keep – “Can we keep the lights on tonight?”
  157. student – “I’ve always been a diligent student.”
  158. why – “This is why I don’t go out anymore.”
  159. let – “Why won’t you let him know how you feel?”
  160. great – “This ice cream place is great for families with kids!”
  161. same – “Hey, we’re wearing the same shirt!”
  162. big – “I have this big crush on Brad Pitt.”
  163. group – “The group sitting across our table is so noisy.”
  164. begin – “Where do I begin with this huge project?”
  165. seem – “She may seem quiet, but she’s really outgoing once you get to know her.”
  166. country – “Japan is such a beautiful country!”
  167. help – “I need help with my Math homework.”
  168. talk – “Can we talk in private?”
  169. where – “Where were you last night?”
  170. turn – “If only I could turn back time.”
  171. problem – “The problem is we think we have plenty of time.”
  172. every – “Every person has his own big goal to fulfill.”
  173. start – “This is a great to start to learn the English language.”
  174. hand – “Don’t let go of my hand.”
  175. might – “This might actually work.”
  176. American – “The American culture is so dynamic.”
  177. show – “Can you show me how to use this vacuum cleaner?”
  178. part – “This is my favorite part of the movie!”
  179. about – “What is the story about?”
  180. against – “I am so against domestic abuse!”
  181. place – “This place is wonderful!”
  182. over – “She kept saying this over and over again.”
  183. such – “He is such an annoying person.”
  184. again – “Can we play that game again?”
  185. few – “Just a few more errands and I’m done!”
  186. case – “What an interesting case you are working on now!”
  187. most – “That’s the most interesting story I’ve ever heard.”
  188. week – “I had a rough week.”
  189. company – “Will you keep me company?”
  190. where – “Where are we going?”
  191. system – “What’s wrong with the airport’s system?”
  192. each – “Can you give each of them an apple?”
  193. right – “I’m right this time.”
  194. program – “This community program for teens is really helpful.”
  195. hear – “Did you hear that?”
  196. so – “I’m so sleepy.”
  197. question – “I have a question for you.”
  198. during – “During the session, I saw him fall asleep.”
  199. work – “I have to work this weekend.”
  200. play – “We can play soccer next weekend instead.”
  201. government – “I hope the government does something about the poverty in this country.”
  202. run – “If you see a bear here, run for your life.”
  203. small – “I have a small favor to ask you.”
  204. number – “I have a number of favors to ask you.”
  205. off – “Please turn off the television.”
  206. always – “I always bring pepper spray with me.”
  207. move – “Let’s move on to the next tourist spot.”
  208. like – “I really like you.”
  209. night – “The night is young.”
  210. live – “I’m going to live like there’s no tomorrow.”
  211. Mr. – “Mr. Morris is here.”
  212. point – “You have a point.”
  213. believe – “I believe in you.”
  214. hold – “Just hold my hand.”
  215. today – “I’m going to see you today.”
  216. bring – “Please bring a pen.”
  217. happen – “What will happen if you don’t submit your report on time?”
  218. next – “This is the next best thing.”
  219. without – “I can’t live without my phone.”
  220. before – “Before I go to bed I always wash my face.”
  221. large – “There’s a large amount of data online about that topic.”
  222. all – “That’s all I know about Dinosaurs.”
  223. million – “I have a million questions about this book.”
  224. must – “We must watch this movie together.”
  225. home – “Can we go home now?”
  226. under – “I hid it under my bed.”
  227. water – “I filled the tub with water.”
  228. room – “His room is at the end of the corridor.”
  229. write – “Can you write me a prescription for this?”
  230. mother – “His mother is a very lovely woman.”
  231. area – “This area of this house needs to be fixed.”
  232. national – “That virus has become a national concern.”
  233. money – “She needs money to buy her medicine.”
  234. story – “She shared her story to the media.”
  235. young – “She is so young and so hopeful.”
  236. fact – “It’s a fact: shopping can improve your mood.”
  237. month – “It’s that time of the month!”
  238. different – “Just because she’s different, it doesn’t mean she’s bad.”
  239. lot – “You have a lot of explaining to do.”
  240. right – “Turn right when you reach the corner.”
  241. study – “Let’s study our English lessons together.
  242. book – “Can I borrow your English book?”
  243. eye – “She has the pink eye.”
  244. job – “I love my job.”
  245. word – “Describe yourself in one word.”
  246. though – “Though you are angry now, I’m sure you will forget about this later.”
  247. business – “His business is thriving.”
  248. issue – “This is not an issue for me.”
  249. side – “Whose side are you on, anyway?”
  250. kind – “Always be kind, even to strangers.”
  251. four – “There are four seasons in a year.”
  252. head – “Let’s head back, it’s freezing out here.”
  253. far – “We’ve gone too far and now we’re lost.”
  254. black – “She has long, black hair.”
  255. long – “She has long, brown hair.”
  256. both – “They both love chocolate ice cream.”
  257. little – “I have two little boys with me now.”
  258. house – “The house is so quiet without you.”
  259. yes – “I hope you say yes.”
  260. after – “After all this time, he has finally learned to love.”
  261. since – “Ever since his mom died, he has been cranky and angry at the world.”
  262. long – “That was such a long time ago.”
  263. provide – “Please provide me with a list of your services.”
  264. service – “Do you have a specific dental service to treat this?”
  265. around – “We went around the block.”
  266. friend – “You’re a good friend.”
  267. important – “You’re important to me.”
  268. father – “My father is so important to me.”
  269. sit – “Let’s sit outside together.”
  270. away – “He’s away right now.”
  271. until – “Until when will you be away?”
  272. power – “With great power comes great responsibility.”
  273. hour – “I’ve been checking his temperature every hour.”
  274. game – “Let’s play a game.”
  275. often – “I buy from his bakery as often as I can.”
  276. yet – “He’s not yet home.”
  277. line – “There’s a long line at the grocery cashier.”
  278. political – “I stay away from political discussions.”
  279. end – “It’s the end of an era.”
  280. among – “Among all my pets, he’s my most favorite.”
  281. ever – “Have you ever tried this cake?”
  282. stand – “Can you stand still for a minute?”
  283. bad – “What you did was so bad.”
  284. lose – “I can’t lose you.”
  285. however – “I want to buy this bag, however, I need to save up for it first.”
  286. member – “She’s a member of the babysitter’s club.”
  287. pay – “Let’s pay for our groceries.”
  288. law – “There’s a law against jay-walking.”
  289. meet – “I want you to meet my aunt.”
  290. car – “Let’s go inside my car.”
  291. city – “This is the city that never sleeps.”
  292. almost – “I’m almost done with my report.”
  293. include – “Did you remember to include the summary in your report?”
  294. continue – “Can we continue working tomorrow?”
  295. set – “Great, let me set an appointment for you.”
  296. later – “I’ll finish it later.”
  297. community – “Our community is very tight knit.”
  298. much – “There’s so much to learn in the English language.”
  299. name – “What’s your name?”
  300. five – “I can give you five reasons why you need to watch that video.”
  301. once – “I once had a puppy named Bark.”
  302. white – “I love my white sneakers.”
  303. least – “She’s the least productive among all the employees.”
  304. president  – “She was our class president back in high school.”
  305. learn – “I’d love to learn more about the English language.”
  306. real – “What is her real name?”
  307. change – “What can we change so that things will get better?”
  308. team – “They hired a team to do the design of their new office.”
  309. minute – “She’s laughing every minute of every day.”
  310. best – “This is the best potato salad I’ve ever tasted.”
  311. several – “I have several old clothes I need to donate.”
  312. idea – “It was your idea to go to the beach, remember?”
  313. kid – “I loved that toy when I was a kid.”
  314. body – “She worked out hard to achieve a toned body.”
  315. information – “This is the information I need.”
  316. nothing – “There’s nothing we can do now. “
  317. ago – “Three years ago, I visited Japan for the first time.”
  318. right – “You’re right, I want to go back there.”
  319. lead – “Just lead the way and I’ll follow.”
  320. social – “I feel awkward in these social gatherings.”
  321. understand – “I understand how you feel.”
  322. whether – “Whether in big groups or small groups, I always feel a little shy at first.”
  323. back – “Looking back, I knew I was always an introvert.”
  324. watch – “Let’s watch the sun set on the horizon.”
  325. together – “They’re together now.”
  326. follow – “I’ll follow you home.”
  327. around – “You’ll always have me around.”
  328. parent – “Every parent is trying hard and doing their best.”
  329. only – “You are only allowed to go out today.”
  330. stop – “Please stop that.”
  331. face – “Why is your face so red?”
  332. anything – “You can ask me for anything.”
  333. create – “Did you create that presentation? It was so good.”
  334. public – “This is public property.”
  335. already –  “I already asked him to resend his report.”
  336. speak – “Could you speak a little louder?”
  337. others – “The others haven’t arrived yet.”
  338. read – “I read somewhere that this house is haunted.”
  339. level – “What level are you in that game?”
  340. allow – “Do you allow your kids to play outside the house?”
  341. add – “Is it okay if we add a bit of sugar to the tea?”
  342. office – “Welcome to my office.”
  343. spend – “How much did you spend on your last shopping spree?”
  344. door – “You left the door open.”
  345. health – “You must take good care of your health.”
  346. person – “You are a good person.”
  347. art – “This is my work of art.”
  348. sure – “Are you sure you want to do this alone?”
  349. such – “You are such a brave little boy.”
  350. war – “The war has finally ended.”
  351. history – “She is my history professor.”
  352. party – “Are you going to her party tonight?”
  353. within – “We support everyone within our small community.”
  354. grow – “We want everyone to grow and thrive in their careers.”
  355. result – “The result of this outreach program is amazing.”
  356. open – “Are you open to teaching on weekends?”
  357. change – “Where can we change her diaper?”
  358. morning – “It’s such a beautiful morning!”
  359. walk – “Come take a walk with me.”
  360. reason – “You are the reason I came home.”
  361. low – “Her blood pressure has gotten really low.”
  362. win – “We can win this match if we work together.”
  363. research – “How is your research going?”
  364. girl – “That girl is in my class.”
  365. guy – “I’ve seen that guy in school before.”
  366. early – “I come to work so early every day.”
  367. food – “Let’s buy some food, I’m hungry!”
  368. before – “Can I talk to you before you go home?”
  369. moment – “The moment she walked in the room, her puppy started to jump and dance again.”
  370. himself – “He cooked this Turkey himself.”
  371. air – “I am loving the cold night air here.”
  372. teacher – “You are the best teacher ever.”
  373. force – “Don’t force him to play with other kids.”
  374. offer – “Can I offer you a ride home?”
  375. enough – “Boys, that’s enough playing for today.”
  376. both – “You both need to change into your sleep clothes now.”
  377. education – “I just want you to get the best education.”
  378. across – “Your dog ran across the park.”
  379. although – “Although she felt tired, she still couldn’t sleep.”
  380. remember – “Do you think she will still remember me after ten years?”
  381. foot – “Her foot got caught in one of the ropes.”
  382. second – “This is the second time she got late this month.”
  383. boy – “There’s a boy in her class who keeps pulling her hair.”
  384. maybe – “Maybe we can have ice cream for dessert.”
  385. toward – “He took a step toward her.”
  386. able – “Will you be able to send me your report today?”
  387. age – “What is the average marrying age these days?”
  388. off – “The cat ran off with the dog.”
  389. policy – “They have a generous return policy.”
  390. everything – “Everything is on sale.”
  391. love – “I love what you’re wearing!”
  392. process – “Wait, give me time to process everything you’re telling me.”
  393. music – “I love music.”
  394. including – “Around 20 people attended, including Bob and Beth.”
  395. consider – “I hope you consider my project proposal.”
  396. appear – “How did that appear out of nowhere?”
  397. actually – “I’m actually just heading out.”
  398. buy – “I’m going to buy these shoes.”
  399. probably – “He’s probably still asleep.”
  400. human – “Give him a break, he is only human.”
  401. wait – “Is it alright if you wait for a few minutes?”
  402. serve – “This blow dryer has served me well for years.”
  403. market – “Let’s visit the Sunday market.”
  404. die – “I don’t want my cat to die, let’s take him to the vet please.”
  405. send – “Please send the package to my address.”
  406. expect – “You can’t expect much from their poor service.”
  407. home – “I can’t wait to go home!”
  408. sense – “I did sense that something was not okay.”
  409. build – “He is going to build his dream house.”
  410. stay – “You can stay with me for a few weeks.”
  411. fall – “Be careful, you might fall.”
  412. oh – “Oh no, I left my phone at home!”
  413. nation – “We have to act as one nation.”
  414. plan – “What’s your plan this time?”
  415. cut – “Don’t cut your hair.”
  416. college – “We met in college.”
  417. interest – “Music is an interest of mine.”
  418. death – “Death is such a heavy topic for me.”
  419. course – “What course did you take up in college?”
  420. someone – “Is there someone who can go with you?”
  421. experience – “What an exciting experience!”
  422. behind – “I’m scared to check what’s behind that door.”
  423. reach – “I can’t reach him, he won’t answer his phone.”
  424. local – “This is a local business.”
  425. kill – “Smoking can kill you.”
  426. six – “I have six books about Psychology.”
  427. remain – “These remain on the top shelf.”
  428. effect – “Wow, the effect of that mascara is great!”
  429. use – “Can I use your phone?”
  430. yeah – “Yeah, he did call me earlier.”
  431. suggest – “He did suggest that to me.”
  432. class – “We were in the same English class.”
  433. control – “Where’s the remote control?”
  434. raise – “It’s so challenging to discipline kids these days.”
  435. care – “I don’t care about what you think.”
  436. perhaps – “Perhaps we can arrive at a compromise.”
  437. little – “There’s a little bird outside my window.”
  438. late – “I am running late for my doctor’s appointment.”
  439. hard – “That test was so hard.”
  440. field – “He’s over there, by the soccer field.”
  441. else – “Is anyone else coming?”
  442. pass – “Can we pass by the grocery store?”
  443. former – “She was my former housemate.”
  444. sell – “We can sell your old couch online.”
  445. major – “It’s a major issue for the project.”
  446. sometimes – “Sometimes I forget to turn off the porch lights.”
  447. require – “They’ll require you to show your I.D.”
  448. along – “Can I tag along your road trip?”
  449. development – “This news development is really interesting.”
  450. themselves – “They can take care of themselves.”
  451. report – “I read her report and it was great!”
  452. role – “She’s going to play the role of Elsa.”
  453. better – “Your singing has gotten so much better!”
  454. economic – “Some countries are facing an economic crisis.”
  455. effort – “The government must make an effort to solve this.”
  456. up – “His grades have gone up.”
  457. decide – “Please decide where to eat.”
  458. rate – “How would you rate the hotel’s service?”
  459. strong – “They have strong customer service here!”
  460. possible – “Maybe it’s possible to change their bathroom amenities.”
  461. heart – “My heart is so full.”
  462. drug – “She got the patent for the drug she has created to cure cancer.”
  463. show – “Can you show me how to solve this puzzle?”
  464. leader – “You are a wonderful leader.”
  465. light – “Watch her face light up when you mention his name.”
  466. voice – “Hearing his mom’s voice is all he need right now.”
  467. wife – “My wife is away for the weekend.”
  468. whole – “I have the whole house to myself.”
  469. police – “The police have questioned him about the incident.”
  470. mind – “This relaxation technique really eases my mind.”
  471. finally – “I can finally move out from my old apartment.”
  472. pull – “My baby niece likes to pull my hair.”
  473. return – “I give her tickles in return.”
  474. free – “The best things in life are free.”
  475. military – “His dad is in the military.”
  476. price – “This is the price you pay for lying.”
  477. report – “Did you report this to the police?”
  478. less – “I am praying for less stress this coming new year.”
  479. according – “According to the weather report, it’s going to rain today.”
  480. decision – “This is a big decision for me.”
  481. explain – “I’ll explain everything later, I promise.”
  482. son – “His son is so cute!”
  483. hope – “I hope I’ll have a son one day.”
  484. even – “Even if they’ve broken up, they still remain friends.”
  485. develop – “That rash could develop into something more serious.”
  486. view – “This view is amazing!”
  487. relationship – “They’ve taken their relationship to the next level.”
  488. carry – “Can you carry my bag for me?”
  489. town – “This town is extremely quiet.”
  490. road – “There’s a road that leads to the edge of the woods.”
  491. drive – “You can’t drive there, you need to walk.”
  492. arm – “He broke his arm during practice.”
  493. true – “It’s true, I’m leaving the company.”
  494. federal – “Animal abuse is now a federal felony!”
  495. break – “Don’t break the law.”
  496. better – “You better learn how to follow rules.”
  497. difference – “What’s the difference between happiness and contentment?”
  498. thank – “I forgot to thank her for the pie she sent us.”
  499. receive – “Did you receive the pie I sent you?”
  500. value – “I value our friendship so much.”
  501. international  – “Their brand has gone international!”
  502. building – “This building is so tall!”
  503. action – “You next action is going to be critical.”
  504. full – “My work load is so full now.”
  505. model – “A great leader is a great model of how to do things.”
  506. join – “He wants to join the soccer team.”
  507. season – “Christmas is my favorite season!”
  508. society – “Their society is holding a fund raiser.”
  509. because – “I’m going home because my mom needs me.”
  510. tax – “How much is the current income tax?”
  511. director – “The director yelled ‘Cut!’”
  512. early – “I’m too early for my appointment.”
  513. position  – “Please position your hand properly when drawing.”
  514. player – “That basketball player is cute.”
  515. agree – “I agree! He is cute!”
  516. especially – “I especially like his blue eyes.”
  517. record  – “Can we record the minutes of this meeting, please?”
  518. pick – “Did you pick a color theme already?”
  519. wear  – “Is that what you’re going to wear for the party?”
  520. paper – “You can use a special paper for your invitations.”
  521. special – “Some special paper are even scented!”
  522. space – “Please leave some space to write down your phone number.”
  523. ground  – “The ground is shaking.”
  524. form – “A new island was formed after that big earthquake.”
  525. support  – “I need your support for this project.”
  526. event – “We’re holding a big event tonight.”
  527. official – “Our official wedding photos are out!”
  528. whose  – “Whose umbrella is this?”
  529. matter – “What does it matter anyway?”
  530. everyone  – “Everyone thinks I stole that file.”
  531. center – “I hate being the center of attention.”
  532. couple – “The couple is on their honeymoon now.”
  533. site – “This site is so big!”
  534. end – “It’s the end of an era.”
  535. project – “This project file is due tomorrow.”
  536. hit  – “He hit the burglar with a bat.”
  537. base – “All moms are their child’s home base.”
  538. activity – “What musical activity can you suggest for my toddler?”
  539. star – “My son can draw a star!”
  540. table  – “I saw him draw it while he was writing on the table.”
  541. need  – “I need to enroll him to a good preschool.”
  542. court – “There’s a basketball court near our house.”
  543. produce  – “Fresh farm produce is the best.”
  544. eat – “I could eat that all day.”
  545. American – “My sister is dating an American.”
  546. teach – “I love to teach English lessons.”
  547. oil  – “Could you buy me some cooking oil at the store?”
  548. half – “Just half a liter please.”
  549. situation – “The situation is getting out of hand.”
  550. easy – “I thought you said this was going to be easy?”
  551. cost – “The cost of fuel has increased!”
  552. industry – “The fuel industry is hiking prices.”
  553. figure – “Will our government figure out how to fix this problem?”
  554. face  – “I can’t bear to face this horrendous traffic again and again.”
  555. street  – “Let’s cross the street.”
  556. image – “There’s an image of him stored inside my mind.”
  557. itself  – “The bike itself is pretty awesome.”
  558. phone  – “Plus, it has a phone holder.”
  559. either – “I either walk or commute to work.”
  560. data – “How can we simplify this data?”
  561. cover  – “Could you cover for me during emergencies?”
  562. quite – “I’m quite satisfied with their work.”
  563. picture  – “Picture this: a lake, a cabin, and lots of peace and quiet.
  564. clear – “That picture is so clear inside my head.”
  565. practice – “Let’s practice our dance number.”
  566. piece – “That’s a piece of cake!”
  567. land – “Their plane is going to land soon.”
  568. recent – “This is her most recent social media post.”
  569. describe – “Describe yourself in one word.”
  570. product – “This is my favorite product in their new line of cosmetics.”
  571. doctor – “The doctor is in.”
  572. wall – “Can you post this up on the wall?”
  573. patient  – “The patient is in so much pain now.”
  574. worker – “She’s a factory worker.”
  575. news  – “I saw that on the news.”
  576. test – “I have to pass this English test.”
  577. movie – “Let’s watch a movie later.”
  578. certain  – “There’s a certain kind of magic in the air now.”
  579. north – “Santa lives up north.”
  580. love – ” l love Christmas!”
  581. personal  – “This letter is very personal.”
  582. open – “Why did you open and read it?”
  583. support – “Will you support him?”
  584. simply – “I simply won’t tolerate bad behavior.”
  585. third – “This is the third time you’ve lied to me.”
  586. technology – “Write about the advantages of technology.”
  587. catch – “Let’s catch up soon, please!”
  588. step – “Watch your step.”
  589. baby – “Her baby is so adorable.”
  590. computer – “Can you turn on the computer, please?”
  591. type  – “You need to type in your password.”
  592. attention – “Can I have your attention, please?”
  593. draw – “Can you draw this for me?”
  594. film – “That film is absolutely mind-blowing.”
  595. Republican – “He is a Republican candidate.”
  596. tree – “That tree has been there for generations.”
  597. source – “You are my source of strength.”
  598. red – “I’ll wear a red dress tonight.”
  599. nearly – “He nearly died in that accident!”
  600. organization – “Their organization is doing great things for street kids.”
  601. choose – “Let me choose a color.”
  602. cause – “We have to see the cause and effect of this experiment.”
  603. hair – “I’ll cut my hair short for a change.”
  604. look – “Can you look at the items I bought?”
  605. point  “What is the point of all this?
  606. century – “We’re living in the 21st century, Mary.”
  607. evidence – “The evidence clearly shows that he is guilty.”
  608. window  – “I’ll buy window curtains next week.”
  609. difficult  “Sometimes, life can be difficult.”
  610. listen – “You have to listen to your teacher.”
  611. soon  – “I will launch my course soon.”
  612. culture  – “I hope they understand our culture better.”
  613. billion  – “My target is to have 1 billion dollars in my account by the end of the year.”
  614. chance – “Is there any chance that you can do this for me?”
  615. brother – “My brother always have my back.”
  616. energy  –  “Now put that energy into walking.”
  617. period – “They covered a period of twenty years.”
  618. course  – “Have seen my course already?”
  619. summer – “I’ll go to the beach in summer.”
  620. less – “Sometimes, less is more.”
  621. realize – “I just realize that I have a meeting today.”
  622. hundred – “I have a hundred dollars that I can lend you.”
  623. available – “I am available to work on your project.”
  624. plant – “Plant a seed.”
  625. likely – “It was likely a deer trail.”
  626. opportunity – “It was the perfect opportunity to test her theory.”
  627. term  – “I’m sure there’s a Latin term for it.”
  628. short  – “It was just a short stay at the hotel.”
  629. letter – “I already passed my letter of intent.”
  630. condition – “Do you know the condition I am in?”
  631. choice – “I have no choice.”
  632. place – “Let’s meet out at meeting place.”
  633. single – “I am a single parent.”
  634. rule – “It’s the rule of the law.”
  635. daughter – “My daughter knows how to read now.”
  636. administration – “I will take this up with the administration.”
  637. south – “I am headed south.”
  638. husband – “My husband just bought me a ring for my birthday.”
  639. Congress – “It will be debated at the Congress.”
  640. floor – “She is our floor manager.”
  641. campaign – “I handled their election campaign.”
  642. material – “She had nothing material to report.”
  643. population – “The population of the nearest big city was growing.”
  644. well – “I wish you well.”
  645. call – ” I am going to call the bank.”
  646. economy – “The economy is booming.”
  647. medical -“She needs medical assistance.”
  648. hospital – “I’ll take her to the nearest hospital.”
  649. church  – “I saw you in church last Sunday.”
  650. close -“Please close the door.”
  651. thousand – “There are a thousand reasons to learn English!”
  652. risk – “Taking a risk can be rewarding.”
  653. current – “What is your current address?”
  654. fire – “Make sure your smoke alarm works in case of fire.”
  655. future  -“The future is full of hope.”
  656. wrong – “That is the wrong answer.”
  657. involve – “We need to involve the police.”
  658. defence – “What is your defense or reason you did this?”
  659. anyone – “Does anyone know the answer?”
  660. increase – “Let’s increase your test score.”
  661. security – “Some apartment buildings have security.”
  662. bank – “I need to go to the bank to withdraw some money.”
  663. myself – “I can clean up by myself.”
  664. certainly – “I can certainly help clean up.”
  665. west – “If you drive West, you will arrive in California.”
  666. sport – “My favourite sport is soccer.”
  667. board – “Can you see the board?”
  668. seek – “Seek and you will find.”
  669. per – “Lobster is $20 per pound.”
  670. subject – “My favourite subject is English!”
  671. officer – “Where can I find a police officer?”
  672. private – “This is a private party.”
  673. rest – “Let’s take a 15-minute rest.”
  674. behaviour – “This dog’s behaviour is excellent.” the sale
  675. deal – “A used car can be a good deal.”
  676. performance – “Your performance can be affected by your sleep.”
  677. fight – “I don’t want to fight with you.”
  678. throw – “Throw me the ball!”
  679. top – “You are a top student.”
  680. quickly – “Let’s finish reading this quickly.”
  681. past – “In the past, my English was not as good as it is today.”
  682. goal – “My goal is to speak English fluently.”
  683. second – “My second goal is to increase my confidence.”
  684. bed – “I go to bed around 10pm.”
  685. order – “I would like to order a book.”
  686. author – “The author of this series is world-famous.”
  687. fill – “I need to fill (up) my gas tank.”
  688. represent – “I represent my family.”
  689. focus – “Turn off your phone and the TV and focus on your studies!”
  690. foreign – “It’s great having foreign friends.”
  691. drop – “Please don’t drop the eggs!”
  692. plan – “Let’s make a plan.”
  693. blood – “The hospital needs people to give blood.”
  694. upon – “Once upon a time, a princess lived in a castle.”
  695. agency – “Let’s contract an agency to help with marketing.”
  696. push – “The door says ‘push,’ not ‘pull.’”
  697. nature – “I love walking in nature!”
  698. color – “My favorite color is blue.”
  699. no – “‘No’ is one of the shortest complete sentences.”
  700. recently – “I cleaned the bathroom most recently, so I think it’s your turn this time.”
  701. store – “I’m going to the store to buy some bread.”
  702. reduce – “Reduce, reuse, and recycle are the ways to help the environment.”
  703. sound – “I like the sound of wind chimes.”
  704. note – “Please take notes during the lesson.”
  705. fine – “I feel fine.”
  706. before – “Before the movie, let’s buy popcorn!”
  707. near – “Near, far, wherever you are, I do believe that the heart goes on.”
  708. movement – “The environmental movement is an international movement.”
  709. page – “Please turn to page 62.”
  710. enter – “You can enter the building on the left.”
  711. share – “Let me share my idea.”
  712. than – “Ice cream has more calories than water.”
  713. common – “Most people can find something in common with each other.”
  714. poor – “We had a poor harvest this year because it was so dry.”
  715. other  – “This pen doesn’t work, try the other one.”
  716. natural – “This cleaner is natural, there aren’t any chemicals in it.”
  717. race – “We watched the car race on TV.”
  718. concern – “Thank you for your concern, but I’m fine.”
  719. series – “What is your favorite TV series?”
  720. significant – “His job earns a significant amount of money.”
  721. similar – “These earrings don’t match, but they are similar.”
  722. hot – “Don’t touch the stove, it’s still hot.”
  723. language – “Learning a new language is fun.”
  724. each – “Put a flower in each vase.”
  725. usually – “I usually shop at the corner store.”
  726. response – “I didn’t expect his response to come so soon.”
  727. dead – “My phone is dead, let me charge it.”
  728. rise – “The sun will rise at 7:00 a.m.”
  729. animal – “What kind of animal is that?”
  730. factor – “Heredity is a factor in your overall health.”
  731. decade – “I’ve lived in this city for over a decade.”
  732. article – “Did you read that newspaper article?”
  733. shoot – “He wants to shoot arrows at the target.”
  734. east – “Drive east for three miles.”
  735. save – “I save all my cans for recycling.”
  736. seven – “There are seven slices of pie left.”
  737. artist – “Taylor Swift is a recording artist.”
  738. away – “I wish that mosquito would go away.”
  739. scene – “He painted a colorful street scene.”
  740. stock – “That shop has a good stock of postcards.”
  741. career – “Retail sales is a good career for some people.”
  742. despite – “Despite the rain, we will still have the picnic.”
  743. central – “There is good shopping in central London.”
  744. eight – “That recipe takes eight cups of flour.”
  745. thus – “We haven’t had any problems thus far.”
  746. treatment – “I will propose a treatment plan for your injury.”
  747. beyond – “The town is just beyond those mountains.”
  748. happy – “Kittens make me happy.”
  749. exactly – “Use exactly one teaspoon of salt in that recipe.”
  750. protect – “A coat will protect you from the cold weather.”
  751. approach – “The cat slowly approached the bird.”
  752. lie – “Teach your children not to lie.”
  753. size – “What size is that shirt?
  754. dog – “Do you think a dog is a good pet?”
  755. fund – “I have a savings fund for college.”
  756. serious – “She is so serious, she never laughs.”
  757. occur – “Strange things occur in that empty house.”
  758. media – “That issue has been discussed in the media.”
  759. ready – “Are you ready to leave for work?”
  760. sign – “That store needs a bigger sign.”
  761. thought – “I’ll have to give it some thought.”
  762. list – “I made a list of things to do.”
  763. individual – “You can buy an individual or group membership.”
  764. simple – “The appliance comes with simple instructions.”
  765. quality – “I paid a little more for quality shoes.”
  766. pressure – “There is no pressure to finish right now.”
  767. accept – “Will you accept my credit card?”
  768. answer – “Give me your answer by noon tomorrow.”
  769. hard – “That test was very hard.”
  770. resource – “The library has many online resources.”
  771. identify – “I can’t identify that plant.”
  772. left – “The door is on your left as you approach.”
  773. meeting – “We’ll have a staff meeting after lunch.”
  774. determine – “Eye color is genetically determined.”
  775. prepare – “I’ll prepare breakfast tomorrow.”
  776. disease – “Face masks help prevent disease.”
  777. whatever – “Choose whatever flavor you like the best.”
  778. success – “Failure is the back door to success.”
  779. argue – “It’s not a good idea to argue with your boss.”
  780. cup – “Would you like a cup of coffee?”
  781. particularly – “It’s not particularly hot outside, just warm.”
  782. amount – “It take a large amount of food to feed an elephant.”
  783. ability – “He has the ability to explain things well.”
  784. staff – “There are five people on staff here.”
  785. recognize – “Do you recognize the person in this photo?”
  786. indicate – “Her reply indicated that she understood.”
  787. character – “You can trust people of good character.”
  788. growth – “The company has seen strong growth this quarter.”
  789. loss – “The farmer suffered heavy losses after the storm.”
  790. degree – “Set the oven to 300 degrees.”
  791. wonder – “I wonder if the Bulls will win the game.”
  792. attack – “The army will attack at dawn.”
  793. herself – “She bought herself a new coat.”
  794. region – “What internet services are in your region?”
  795. television – “I don’t watch much television.”
  796. box – “I packed my dishes in a strong box.”
  797. TV – “There is a good movie on TV tonight.”
  798. training – “The company will pay for your training.”
  799. pretty – “That is a pretty dress.”
  800. trade – “The stock market traded lower today.”
  801. deal – “I got a good deal at the store.”
  802. election – “Who do you think will win the election?”
  803. everybody – “Everybody likes ice cream.”
  804. physical – “Keep a physical distance of six feet.”
  805. lay – “Lay the baby in her crib, please.”
  806. general – “My general impression of the restaurant was good.”
  807. feeling – “I have a good feeling about this.”
  808. standard – “The standard fee is $10.00.”
  809. bill – “The electrician will send me a bill.”
  810. message – “You have a text message on your phone.”
  811. fail – “I fail to see what is so funny about that.”
  812. outside – “The cat goes outside sometimes.”
  813. arrive – “When will your plane arrive?”
  814. analysis – “I’ll give you my analysis when I’ve seen everything.”
  815. benefit – “There are many health benefits to quinoa.”
  816. name – “What’s your name?”
  817. sex – “Do you know the sex of your baby yet?”
  818. forward – “Move the car forward a few feet.”
  819. lawyer – “My lawyer helped me write a will.”
  820. present – “If everyone is present, the meeting can begin.”
  821. section – “What section of the stadium are you sitting in?”
  822. environmental – “Environmental issues are in the news.”
  823. glass – “Glass is much heavier than plastic.”
  824. answer – “Could you answer a question for me?”
  825. skill – “His best skill is woodworking.”
  826. sister – “My sister lives close to me.”
  827. PM – “The movie starts at 7:30 PM.”
  828. professor – “Dr. Smith is my favorite professor.”
  829. operation – “The mining operation employs thousands of people.”
  830. financial – “I keep my accounts at my financial institution.”
  831. crime – “The police fight crime.”
  832. stage – “A caterpillar is the larval stage of a butterfly.”
  833. ok – “Would it be ok to eat out tonight?”
  834. compare – “We should compare cars before we buy one.”
  835. authority – “City authorities make the local laws.”
  836. miss – “I miss you, when will I see you again?”
  837. design – “We need to design a new logo.”
  838. sort – “Let’s sort these beads according to color.”
  839. one – “I only have one cat.”
  840. act – “I’ll act on your information today.”
  841. ten – “The baby counted her ten toes.”
  842. knowledge – “Do you have the knowledge to fix that?”
  843. gun – “Gun ownership is a controversial topic.”
  844. station – “There is a train station close to my house.”
  845. blue – “My favorite color is blue.”
  846. state – “After the accident I was in a state of shock.”
  847. strategy – “Our new corporate strategy is written here.”
  848. little – “I prefer little cars.”
  849. clearly – “The instructions were clearly written.”
  850. discuss – “We’ll discuss that at the meeting.”
  851. indeed – “Your mother does indeed have hearing loss.”
  852. force – “It takes a lot of force to open that door.”
  853. truth – “Please tell me the truth.”
  854. song – “That’s a beautiful song.”
  855. example – “I need an example of that grammar point, please.”
  856. democratic – “Does Australia have a democratic government?”
  857. check – “Please check my work to be sure it’s correct.”
  858. environment – “We live in a healthy environment.”
  859. leg – “The boy broke his leg.”
  860. dark – “Turn on the light, it’s dark in here.”
  861. public – “Masks must be worn in public places.”
  862. various – “That rug comes in various shades of gray.”
  863. rather – “Would you rather have a hamburger than a hot dog?”
  864. laugh – “That movie always makes me laugh.”
  865. guess – “If you don’t know, just guess.”
  866. executive – “The company’s executives are paid well.”
  867. set – “Set the glass on the table, please.”
  868. study – “He needs to study for the test.”
  869. prove – “The employee proved his worth.”
  870. hang – “Please hang your coat on the hook.”
  871. entire – “He ate the entire meal in 10 minutes.”
  872. rock – “There are decorative rocks in the garden.”
  873. design – “The windows don’t open by design.”
  874. enough – “Have you had enough coffee?”
  875. forget – “Don’t forget to stop at the store.”
  876. since – “She hasn’t eaten since yesterday.”
  877. claim – “I made an insurance claim for my car accident.”
  878. note – “Leave me a note if you’re going to be late.”
  879. remove – “Remove the cookies from the oven.”
  880. manager – “The manager will look at your application.”
  881. help – “Could you help me move this table?”
  882. close – “Close the door, please.”
  883. sound – “The dog did not make a sound.”
  884. enjoy – “I enjoy soda.”
  885. network – “Band is the name of our internet network.”
  886. legal – “The legal documents need to be signed.”
  887. religious – “She is very religious, she attends church weekly.”
  888. cold – “My feet are cold.”
  889. form – “Please fill out this application form.”
  890. final – “The divorce was final last month.”
  891. main – “The main problem is a lack of money.”
  892. science – “He studies health science at the university.”
  893. green – “The grass is green.”
  894. memory – “He has a good memory.”
  895. card – “They sent me a card for my birthday.”
  896. above – “Look on the shelf above the sink.”
  897. seat – “That’s a comfortable seat.”
  898. cell – “Your body is made of millions of cells.”
  899. establish – “They established their business in 1942.”
  900. nice – “That’s a very nice car.”
  901. trial – “They are employing her on a trial basis.”
  902. expert – “Matt is an IT expert.”
  903. that – “Did you see that movie?”
  904. spring – “Spring is the most beautiful season.”
  905. firm – “Her ‘no” was very firm, she won’t change her mind.”
  906. Democrat – “The Democrats control the Senate.”
  907. radio – “I listen to the radio in the car.”
  908. visit – “We visited the museum today.”
  909. management – “That store has good management.”
  910. care – “She cares for her mother at home.”
  911. avoid – “You should avoid poison ivy.”
  912. imagine – “Can you imagine if pigs could fly?”
  913. tonight – “Would you like to go out tonight?”
  914. huge – “That truck is huge!”
  915. ball – “He threw the ball to the dog.”
  916. no – “I said ‘no,’ please don’t ask again.”
  917. close – “Close the window, please.”
  918. finish – “Did you finish your homework?”
  919. yourself – “You gave yourself a haircut?”
  920. talk – “He talks a lot.”
  921. theory – “In theory, that’s a good plan.”
  922. impact – “The drought had a big impact on the crops.”
  923. respond – “He hasn’t responded to my text yet.”
  924. statement – “The police chief gave a statement to the media.”
  925. maintain – “Exercise helps you maintain a healthy weight.”
  926. charge – “I need to charge my phone.”
  927. popular – “That’s a popular restaurant.”
  928. traditional – “They serve traditional Italian food there.”
  929. onto – “Jump onto the boat and we’ll go fishing.”
  930. reveal – “Washing off the dirt revealed the boy’s skinned knee.”
  931. direction – “What direction is the city from here?”
  932. weapon – “No weapons are allowed in government buildings.”
  933. employee – “That store only has three employees.”
  934. cultural – “There is cultural significance to those old ruins.”
  935. contain – “The carton contains a dozen egges.”
  936. peace – “World leaders gathered for peace talks.”
  937. head – “My head hurts.”
  938. control – “Keep control of the car.”
  939. base – “The glass has a heavy base so it won’t fall over.”
  940. pain – “I have chest pain.”
  941. apply – “Maria applied for the job.”
  942. play – “The children play at the park.”
  943. measure – “Measure twice, cut once.”
  944. wide – “The doorway was very wide.”
  945. shake – “Don’t shake the can of soda.”
  946. fly – “We can fly to France next year.”
  947. interview – “My job interview went well.”
  948. manage – “Did you manage to find the keys?”
  949. chair – “The table has six matching chairs.”
  950. fish – “I don’t enjoy eating fish.”
  951. particular – “That particular style looks good on you.”
  952. camera – “I use the camera on my phone.”
  953. structure – “The building’s structure is solid.”
  954. politics – “Mitch is very active in politics.”
  955. perform – “The singer will perform tonight.”
  956. bit – “It rained a little bit last night.”
  957. weight – “Keep track of your pet’s weight.”
  958. suddenly – “The storm came up suddenly.”
  959. discover – “You’ll discover treasures at that thrift store.”
  960. candidate – “There are ten candidates for the position.”
  961. top – “The flag flies on the top of that building.”
  962. production – “Factory production has improved over the summer.”
  963. treat – “Give yourself a treat for a job well done.”
  964. trip – “We are taking a trip to Florida in January.”
  965. evening – “I’m staying home this evening.”
  966. affect – “My bank account will affect how much I can buy.”
  967. inside – “The cat stays inside.”
  968. conference – “There will be expert presenters at the conference.”
  969. unit – “A foot is a unit of measure.”
  970. best – “Those are the best glasses to buy.”
  971. style – “My dress is out of style.”
  972. adult – “Adults pay full price, but children are free.”
  973. worry – “Don’t worry about tomorrow.”
  974. range – My doctor offered me a range of options.
  975. mention – “Can you mention me in your story?”
  976. rather – “Rather than focusing on the bad things, let’s be grateful for the good things.”
  977. far – “I don’t want to move far from my family.”
  978. deep – “That poem about life is deep.”
  979. front – “Please face front.”
  980. edge – “Please do not stand so close to the edge of the cliff.”
  981. individual – “These potato chips are in an individual serving size package.”
  982. specific – “Could you be more specific?”
  983. writer – “You are a good writer.”
  984. trouble – “Stay out of trouble.”
  985. necessary – “It is necessary to sleep.”
  986. throughout – “Throughout my life I have always enjoyed reading.”
  987. challenge – “I challenge you to do better.”
  988. fear – “Do you have any fears?”
  989. shoulder – “You do not have to shoulder all the work on your own.”
  990. institution – “Have you attended any institution of higher learning?”
  991. middle – “I am a middle child with one older brother and one younger sister.”
  992. sea – “I want to sail the seven seas.”
  993. dream – “I have a dream.”
  994. bar – “A bar is a place where alcohol is served.”
  995. beautiful – “You are beautiful.”
  996. property – “Do you own property, like a house?”
  997. instead – “Instead of eating cake I will have fruit.”
  998. improve – “I am always looking for ways to improve.”
  999. stuff – “When I moved, I realized I have a lot of stuff”
  1000. claim – “I claim to be a fast reader, but actually I am average.”
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