500 Daily Use English Sentences

500 Daily Use English Sentences

Ways to Say You are Welcome

It’s okay.
Never metion.
Mention it.
Glad to have helped.
It’s all gray.
Sure thing.
Not at all.
No worries
It was nothing.
My pleasure.
Glad to be of any assistance.
Oh anytime.
Don’t mention it.
You got it.
Happy to serve you.
No problem.
Of course.
It was nothing.
You are welcome.
You got it.
Glad to help.
That’s all right.
It’s alright.
Not a problem.
That’s absolutely fine.

Other Ways to Say NO

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 really appreciate you asking me, bu t I can’t do it.
I’m not able to commit to that right now.
I just don’t have that to give right now.
I want to, but I’m unable to.
I’d like to, but I know I’II regret it.
I’m in a season of NO.
Sounds tempting, but I’II have to pass.
I am honoured that you asked me but 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.
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.
Certainly not.
Not now
Not this time
By no means.
I’m taking some time.


That’s better than ever.
That’s first class work.
I’m impressed.
That’s clever!
Way to go.
You’re doing fine.
That’s a real work of art.
You certainly did well today.
Way to go.
I like that.
That’s it.
I think you’re doing the right thing.
That’s how to handle that.
Now that’s what I call a fine job.
That’s great.
Right on!
You’re really improving.
You’re doing beautifully!
Good remembering.
You’ve got that down pat.
You certainly did well today.
That kind of work makes me happy.
It’s such a pleasure to teach when
You’ve just about mastered that.
That’s an interesting way of looking at it.
That’s really nice.
You are the best.
You are genius.
That’s the way.
You are doing beautifully.
You are the just about mastered that.
I’m happy to see you working like that.
That is the better than ever.
You are really improving.
You work like that!
Couldn’t have done it better myself.
I’ve never seen anyone do it better.
Now you have the hang of it!
That’s the best ever.

Ways to Say I Think, Express Your Opinion

I believe…
I would say…
I consider…
To me…
I feel…
In my opinion…
I assume…
As I see it…
To my mind…
From my point of view…
It is my view…
If you ask me…
It’s my belief that…
I honestly believe that…
To my way of thinking…
In my point of view…
As far as I can tell…
As far as I’m concerned…
The way I see things is that…
It seems to me that…

Ways to Say HELLO in English

How are ya?
Good evening
Good morning
Long time, no see
What are you been up to?
How have you been?
What’s up?
Good to see you
Hey, boo
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?
Stay safe
How are you feeling today?
Hey there?
Nice to see you again?
Look who it is!
Good morning sir, how are you?
Greetings and salutations!
Good day
Great to see you.
Good afternoon.

Ways to Say What’s up in English

What’s sizzling?
What’s shaking?
Whatcha doin?
What’s up buttercup?
How’s life treating you?
Anything new with you?
what’s poppin?
What’s cookin’?
What’s new?
What are you doing?
What’s going on?
What are you up to?

Different Ways to Say OK in English

Not bad
Up to scratch
Green light
Agree to
Of course
No problem

Ways to Say Good Luck

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

Politely Ask Someone to Repeat Something

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

Expressing Your Anger in English

I don’t believe it!
What a pain!
Is it possible?
I could really do without it.
It really gets on my nerves.
I have had it up to here with…
I’m sick and tired of…
I’m fed up with it.
Damn it.
Just you wait!
Get out of my way!
That’s the last straw!
Mind your own business!
It’s none of your business!
Shame on you!
I don’t think that’s very clever!
I get so irritated by Tom I can’t be around her.
I can’t stand it any longer!
Please I’m so mad right now I can’t talk to you.

How to Respond to Bad News

How to dreadful! I’m really sorry to hear that.
How unfortunate! That’s really tough on you!
That’s awful.
Sorry, that’s rough/awful/disappointing.
That must have been awful.
Anytime You need to talk, Just call me.
My goodness! What a shock! It’s hard to believe.
It’s hard to take but I understand your opinion.
Please accept my deepest sympathy
If There’s anything I can do, Just let me know.
That must be awful
Poor you, I do sympathize you
What a shame
What a pity
That’s sad indeed. I can imagine how you feel.

Saying THANK YOU in English

Thank you very much.
I really appreciate it.
You’ve made my day.
You are great.
I’m in your debt.
You are the best.
Thank you so much.
Thanks a million.
You’re an angel.
Thanks a bunch.
I do not know how to thank you.
That’s so kind of you.Many thanks.
I can’t thank you enough.
All my love and thanks to you.
Words can’t describe how thankful I am.
Please accept my best thanks.
Thanks a ton for helping out.
Thank you for helping me.
I appreciate it more then you will ever know.
I don’t have the words to thank you.

Different Ways to Say NO in English

No thanks. I have another …
Unfortunately, it’s not a good time.
I’d love to – but can’t.
I wish I could make it work.
No thanks, I won’t be able to make it.
I’m sorry, I’m busy.
I’m already booked.
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.
I can’t take on any more responsibilities.
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.
No way
By no means
I shall not
Not likely
No thanks
Unfortunately not
Not this time
Not for me, thanks
If only I could
I’II need to bow out

Other Ways to Say I LOVE YOU

I adore you.
You are all I want.
I’m infatuated with you.
You are my crush.
You are a dream come true.
I appreciate you.
You inspire me.
I worship you.
You are my everything.
I need you.
I cherish you.
You are the best.
You are charming.
I can’t live without you.
You set my heart on fire.
I love being around 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.
I dreamt about you last night.
You bring happiness to rainy days.
I’ve got you under my skin.
You are the reason I’m alive.
I want you.
You are my reason for living.
I lost my heart on you.
You complete me.
I am better because of you
You are my dear.
I’m affectionate for you.
I adulate you.
No one matters but you.
I’m wild about you.
You’re all I see.