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Common English Sentences

 

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"Common English Sentences:
English In Daily Life"

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[Series Name: 'English Daily Use' | Book No: 25]

 

 

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Common English Sentences -- A

 

About -- It doesn’t matter who says what about me.

About -- That’s what being American is all about.

About -- They were going about their daily lives.

About -- This is what life is about.

About -- This training has been all about that.

About -- We have nothing to feel defensive about.

About -- What city was all about today?

Abuse -- He was found guilty of abusing his office.

Accept -- He accepted an opportunity with enthusiasm.

Accept -- He accepted his invitation for birthday.

Accept -- He accepted it without protest.

Account -- Asia accounts for the maximum oral cancer cases.

Account -- Lighting accounts for 20 percent of the total electricity demand.

Account -- Our state accounts for 9 of 10 eggs exported.

Account -- She gave the police a full account of the incident.

Account -- The team gave a good account of themselves in the match.

Accuse -- Protestors accused the state govt. of inaction.

Achieve -- He achieved some measure of success.

Across -- A wave of attacks across the country killed 95.

Across -- Moonlight glittered across the coconut leaves.

Across -- My house is just across the street.

Across -- Police officers across ranks expressed shock.

Across -- Red alert sounded across the state.

Across -- She watched the incident from across the road.

Across -- The blast has cut across class and gender.

Across – The government launched military drills across half the country.

Across -- The issue is slowly becoming a matter of debate across villages in the country.

Across -- We could also attack across the border.

Act -- He acted in a street play.

Act -- Heat acts on metals.

Act -- I act from a sense of duty.

Act -- My lawyer acts for me.

Act -- You should act up to my advice.

Activity -- It is quite unfortunate that such an inhuman activity is taking place here.

Add -- He added his signature to the petition.

Address -- President addressed a press conference.

Address -- They received 25 objections and addressed all of them.

Administer -- Administer anti-polio drops.

Admit -- She was admitted with severe breathing problem.

Adopt -- He adopted the look of Obama.

Advance -- The mob advanced us shouting angrily.

Advice -- I have a piece of advice for you.

After -- Take medicine twice after the fever is down.

Agree -- He agreed to act opposite me in the movie.

Agree -- We agreed to another demand of him.

Ahead -- Our team was ahead by two goals.

Ahead -- Preparations for the festival begin ahead.

Aim -- My remarks were not aimed at you.

Aim -- The new bill aims at filling the gaps in the existing laws.

Alarm -- It is nothing to be alarmed about.

Allocate -- The government has allocated the funds.

Along -- CM and Deputy CM were sworn in along with a 24-member cabinet by Governor.

Along -- Enter the lane alongside the Newspaper office.

Along -- He had come to the city along with his wife for sight-seeing a week ago.

Along -- He was missing along with his servant.

Along -- The sanctuary area runs along three states.

Among -- From among those he prescribes medicines too are ministers.

Amount -- Cartoon amounted to an “insult” to the icon.

Amount -- It amounts to judicial indiscipline.

Amount -- It amounts to violation of human and civil rights.

Anger -- This angered driver and a clash ensued.

Answer -- Nobody answered the repeated knocks.

Any -- It was the funniest thing any of us have seen for ages.

Any -- The situation is not any better in nearby villages.

Apart -- Explosion tore apart a coach of a passenger train.

Appear -- Blip appeared on Radar.

Appear -- Efforts appeared to be getting nowhere.

Appear -- He appeared calm.

Appear -- He appeared unsteady on his feet.

Appear -- News-item appeared in the national dailies.

Appear -- She appeared most pretty thing of the world.

Appear -- Ship appeared a huge black shadow to me.

Appear -- The match appeared to have been fixed.

Appear -- They wanted her to appear in advertisements.

Apply -- She applied vermilion on her head.

Apply -- I applied this on myself.

Approach -- They approached a checkpoint.

Arise -- A dispute arose between two groups over the sum of money won in gambling.

Arise -- His behaviour aroused the suspicion of the security guards.

Arise -- The only difficulties arose from language barriers.

Arise -- The question does not arise.

Arise -- They aroused other people’s suspicions.

Arm -- Cops were armed with tear gas shells.

Ask -- Goddess asked me for a boon.

Ask -- He asked “uncomfortable” questions.

Ask -- He asked her about her well-being.

Assess -- A team of experts will assess the situation.

Assess -- CM assessed the status of relief work.

Associate -- He was in fear of her life and the life and safety of anyone associated with her.

Associate -- People associate harmful or bad with the word bacteria.

Associate -- Pink is associated with grace.

Assume -- His remarks assume significance.

Assume -- The meeting assumed great importance for student’s future.

Assume -- The move assumed importance in the light of the incident.

Attach -- We attach great importance to our health.

Attain -- Their families had decided to wed them once they attained marriageable age.

Attempt -- He attempted to answer all his questions.

Attempt -- He was attempting to overtake another vehicle.

Attract -- He attracted my attention.

Attribute -- He attributed the bad state of parks to a lack of funds.

Authorize -- I authorized him for payments.

Avenge -- He wanted to avenge the humiliation he suffered.

Average -- He is above average height for his age.

Avoid -- He avoided a direct answer.

Avoid -- She was upset because she thought he was avoiding her.

Avoid -- They avoided looking at each other.

Awake -- City awoke to a clear but a cold morning.

Awake -- I awoke later on to the sound of my cell phone ringing.

Away -- We were away so long.

 

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