Daniel Lee
Everyday conversation

I just want to know more about everyday conversation or more-higher level conversation. 


When you speak to someone, commonly used setences like "Can I get a ~, If you don't mind, I'm

wondering~, " -> These are the basic level of conservation as far as I concerned.


I want more than these~!! Plz, Comment an expression that you usually say in your daily life 


(The more the better)

Jun 19, 2014 1:15 PM
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You need a context for which commonly used sentences you can use. 


For example, here are some common sentences you can use when you are meeting someone for the first time:

"Hi. How are you?" (This is how you greet someone and ask how they are  feeling. It's the most common way to greet someone in English). 


"I am (or I'm) doing...."


"What is your name?"


"Are you from around here?" (This is an  informal way to ask if the person lives in the area). 


"How old are you?"


"Are you a student?"


message me if you need more help!

July 14, 2014

Although I'm not sure exactly what you mean, I'll just list some of the things my friends and I say often to each other :)

"Guess what I heard from...."

"Guess what happened to me the other day"

"I can't believe ..... happened!!"

"What have you been up to?"/ "What have you been doing all day?"

Pretty much we talk about things that we did or saw that day and the conversation just carries itself. Hope this helped. If you have a more specific situation in mind, I'll try to help with that as well :)

July 25, 2014

  If you point out,    We may enumerate the facts as  the following:, 

It may be informative to examine,    Your analysis of the subject,

It may be reasonable,   I prefer to describe, The basic ideas involved,

The Universe and its   Natural Phenomena,

  I would like to see someone formulate these conceptions with clarity,

We can forumulate these  conceptions with clarity  and identify them as  the following;,

The idenitity which is the subject of the  research (or dialogue) is,

We can contrast,   This viewpoint is,   I would direct your attention to the fact that,

I am confident that,  In order to explain the conception,  Key facts must be considered so that,

Any consideration of the subject,  The reasons can be enumerated as follows,  

The subject can be pursued with enthusiasm,   So long as Fact and Logic are the mutual criteria for our dialogue I am confident that we can arrive at a harmonious accord.




July 3, 2014

Examples of more  advance English phrasing:


  According to,  it may be that,   Notwithstanding your  indications here,   Providing that,

These thoughts enlarge upon the idea that,   This involves the use of,  If you will permit me,

I can articulate,   Several  facts are evident,   It is self-evident that, 

  There exists a  Cause and Effect Relation,  The Principle of the Burden of Proof applies,

We can be informed on this subject as follows,   I may be able to accept your idea,

It may be beneficial,   (to be continued)


July 3, 2014

It's hard to think of those right off the top of your head since those things come naturally. I would suggest watching tv shows

July 3, 2014
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