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Useful phrases

Phrases that are useful in the everyday classroom

TermDefinition
Good morning something you say to someone when you meet them in the morning
Good afternoon something you say to greet someone in the afternoon
How are you? used to ask someone if they are well and happy
Fine, thank you used to say you are doing well
Sad used to say you are feeling down
Angry used to say you are feeling anger
Hungry used to say you are feeling hunger
So-so used to say you are neither happy nor sad
And you? used to ask someone if they are well and happy after they have asked "how are you?"
Goodbye/Bye something you say when you leave someone or when they leave you
Excuse me used to politely get someone’s attention
Excuse me (2) used to say sorry for something that you have done:
Sorry I'm late used to excuse yourself for not being on time
I agree with ____________ because... used to say you think in the same way as someone else and then give a reason why
I disagree with ______________ because... used to say you think different to someone else and then give a reason why
Can you explain that again? used to ask someone to give another explanation or to repeat their explanation
Can you repeat that? used to ask someone to say what they have said once again
Come again? used to ask someone to say what they have said once again because you didn't listen well
_____________ is bothering me used to express that someone is doing something to you that you don't like
See you! used for saying goodbye
See you tomorrow! used for saying goodbye to someone you are going to meet the next day
See you next week! used for saying goodbye to someone you are going to meet the following week
Present, miss! the fact of you being in the classroom
Absent! the fact of your classmate not being in the classroom
Call the roll to read aloud the names of all the people on a list to make certain that each person is present
Can I go to the toilet please? used to ask permission to go to the bathroom/toilet
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