150+ Common English Sentences Used in Daily Life

Below are some common English sentences used in daily life, with infographics and PDF. English speaking and daily conversation sentences will help you in speaking with your friends and relatives with confidence. These Sentences are some of the most common English Sentences of daily use. After reading all of these sentences and memorizing them you can use them in your daily conversation to empower your daily English speaking with these sentences.

These everyday spoken English sentences are most common in native English speakers and you should also use them in your daily conversation.  Must learn all of these sentences and download these sentences in the form of a PDF at the end of this lesson.

List of Common English Sentences Used in Daily Life

spoke english sentences everyday

  • As you please
  • By God’s Grace!
  • Come what may!
  • Do come
  • Doesn’t matter
  • Get Off
  • Glad/Nice to meet you
  • Go down
  • Go up
  • Good heavens!
  • How dare you!
  • How disgraceful!
  • How disgusting!
  • Hurry up!
  • I beg your pardon
  • I will try my level best
  • Is it?
  • It’s all yours
  • Let it be
  • Long time no see
  • Not the least!
  • Of Course!
  • Oh, I am sorry. I have got a bit late
  • Please help yourself
  • Rest assured
  • Sorry for the inconvenience
  • That’s so kind of you
  • Watch out!
  • Well done, dear
  • What a bother!
  • What nonsense!
  • Wonderful!
  • Would you please speak slowly?
  • Yes, by all means
  • A set of books is on the table.
  • Are you married all?
  • Are you there?
  • Come what may I will not talk to him.
  • Didn’t you go to the cinema yesterday?
  • Do come.
  • Do you have some money?
  • Don’t do this.
  • Don’t embarrass me.
  • Don’t get me as stupid as you.
  • Don’t talk nonsense
  • Don’t wink.
  • Don’t you disturb me?
  • Excuse me.
  • Fancy price.
  • Get lost.
  • Go yourself.
  • Has someone come?
  • Have a tea.
  • Have you ever been to Delhi?
  • Have you ever been to Vinod’s home?
  • Have you ever eaten pizza?
  • Have you ever…
  • Having said that….
  • He always keeps telling a lie.
  • He does not tell a lie.
  • He feels like.
  • He has been to the market.
  • He has been to school.
  • He has gone to market
  • He is good at English.
  • He is so called a teacher.
  • He is very stingy
  • He must be tired.
  • He saw a running thief.
  • He went to school.
  • He will be in the room.
  • How much time it will take?
  • I am doing my work.
  • I am full.
  • I am going to the office.
  • I am having dinner.
  • I am having lunch.
  • I am having my haircut.

Infographic – Daily English Sentences

Daily english sentences

  • I am not a riff-raff person.
  • I am sleepy.
  • I am to go
  • I ate food.
  • I do not take tea.
  • I don’t eat nonveg on Tuesday.
  • I don’t know telling a lie.
  • I don’t need you.
  • I don’t need your advice
  • I don’t want.
  • I feel like eating laddu.
  • I feel like.
  • I got it.
  • I have been out since morning.
  • I have had lunch.
  • I have had breakfast.
  • I have no money.
  • I have to go.
  • I have two rupees less.
  • I know everything.
  • I know nothing.
  • I must go.
  • I want its fancy price.
  • I want that one suit. Or I want that one.
  • I will give you a fancy price for it.
  • In course of time….
  • It does not mean…
  • It sounds great.
  • It’s all because of you.
  • It’s all you do.
  • Just taste it.
  • Key feels like eating funnel cake.
  • Look ahead.
  • Make the bed.
  • Many a man was killed.
  • My study is going on well.
  • Nothing special.
  • Rashmi feels like eating rissoles.
  • Rest assured.
  • She has no money.
  • Shut up when you are unwise to talk.
  • Tea will do?
  • That boy David reads in your class.
  • That’s enough.
  • That’s a good idea.
  • The examination is about to start.
  • The train is about to come.
  • There is less salt in the curry.
  • There is no sense in it.
  • There is nothing but water.
  • This is selling at throw away price.

Infographic – Daily English Sentences

Common English Sentences

  • Two and two make four.
  • Use your brain sometimes.
  • Use your brains/use your mind.
  • Wait a bit.
  • Walk carefully.
  • What a bother!
  • What a shame!
  • What does it matter?
  • What happened.
  • What is done is done.
  • What is going on?
  • What is the time by your watch?
  • What to do?
  • What is your intention?
  • Where does this road lead to?
  • Where to go?
  • Which one of these umbrellas is yours?
  • Which time?
  • Who is it?
  • Why are you staring?
  • Will you do me a favor?
  • You are a deceiver and cheater.
  • You feel like.
  • You have a brain.
  • You have a brush.
  • You have no manner.
  • You should see a doctor.

Common English sentences of daily use (Infographics)

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