Everyday English Expressions & Phrases ESL Vocabulary
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  1. English idioms, proverbs, and expressions are an important part of everyday English.

    They come up all the time in both written and spoken English.

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Everyday English Expressions & Phrases ESL Vocabulary

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Everyday English Expressions & Phrases ESL Vocabulary


Common English Phrases native English Speakers Use Frequently

تعلم أهم عبارات و جمل اللغة الإنجليزية الشائعة الإستخدام في المحادثة



Being able to speak the English language fluently without any difficulties is one of the ultimate dreams of learners. However, to reach that level takes a long period of time and effort to be spent.

In our English vocabulary learning series lessons today, we will be sharing with you some exclusive tips on how to attain an advanced stage in speaking in almost no time. One of the most important factors for the mentioned purpose is to have enough vocabulary and expressions to be able to send and decode messages.

Teachers usually advise new learners to memorize certain expressions that are commonly used in daily conversation. These expressions Will certainly boost your self-confidence to speak and maintain a friendly dialogue. Here below we prepared two short animations about the most common English daily expressions.


You can learn some examples through our interactive course in the video below. Here you can listen, repeat and simply practice some of everyday expressions and phrases as part of ESL vocabulary. 👌 👄
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And here the second animation about common and daily English expressions used in daily conversations:
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Everyday English Expressions & Phrases with Arabic Translation:


These are some of everyday expressions and phrases with their equivalents in Arabic:


  • Excuse me, Sir. What time is it? =.عفوا سيدي! كم الساعة
  • How do you do? = كيف حالك؟
  • I am feeling sick. = .أنا مريض
  • I am looking for ... = ... أبحث على
  • Do you have change ... = هل لديك فكة؟
  • Morning, Sir. = صباح الخير, سيدي
  • Can I use your phone. = هل يمكن أن أستعمل هاتفك؟
  • My name is .... = أدعى \ إسمي هو
  • Currently I work in London. = حاليا أشتغل في لندن
  • I like ... = ... أرغب في
  • I can not understand what you say. = لا أفهم ما تقول
  • Please! Can you repeat? = رجاءا. هلا أعدت مرة أخرى

  • I have no idea about this. = لا علم لي بشيء
  • I can't help you. = لاأستطيع مساعدتك
  • I'm not sure. = لست واثقا
  • That's terrible! = ذلك رهيب
  • I'm exhausted. = أنا مرهق
  • My pleasure. = من دواعي سروري
  • See you soon. = إلى لقاء قريب
  • No problem. =لا مشكلة
  • Same as always. = كالعادة \ كالمعتاد
  • Not necessarily. = ليس بالضرورة
  • Awesome! = رائع


Download free  crosswords, puzzles, worksheets and flashcards about common expressions and phrases for beginners from the links below. This vocabulary lesson is targeted to the beginners and intermediate to build their basic vocabulary in English and help them speak confidently. You can review the most common questions in English in our lesson here.


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