Real Spoken English Expression with Meaning in Daily Life –9

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Real Spoken English Expression with Meaning in Daily Life –9

Real Spoken English Expression with Meaning in Daily Life –9


Real Spoken English Expression with Meaning in Daily Life –9

5 Phrases for Hot Weather

  1. It’s nice and warm today.
  2. It’s absolutely boiling! (Boiling = extremely hot)
  3. We’re having a real heat wave. (Heat wave = many consecutive days of hot weather)
  4. The sun’s really strong today.
  5. it’s hot and humid.

 

5 Phrases for Cold Weather

  1. it’s a little chilly.
  2. Its freezing. (= extremely cold)
  3. The temperature’s dropping.
  4. Make sure to bundle up. (Bundle up = put on warm clothes for protection against the cold)
  5. We’re expecting some winter weather. (Winter weather = snow, hail, sleet, ice, etc.)

 

5 Phrases for Talking about Rain

  1. Its drizzling. (= raining lightly)
  2. Its pouring. (= raining heavily)
  3. it’s raining cats and dogs. (= raining heavily)
  4. I got caught in a downpour.
  5. I think the rain’s letting up. (Letting up = getting lighter and stopping)



Real Spoken English Expression with Meaning in Daily Life –9

10 Ways to Say You’re Tired

  1. I’m exhausted.
  2. I’m dead tired.
  3. I’m pooped.
  4. I’m spent.
  5. I’m beat.
  6. I’m running on fumes. / I’m running on empty.
  7. I can hardly keep my eyes open.
  8. I’m off to bed.
  9. I’m gonna hit the sack. (Hit the sack = go to bed)
  10. it’s bedtime for me.

 

5 Phrases for Promises & Resolutions

  1. I really should…
  2. I promise that I’ll…
  3. I swear I’ll / I won’t… (a very strong promise)
  4. No matter what happens, I’m going to…
  5. Come hell or high water, I’ll…

 

10 Excuses for Being Late

  1. Sorry I’m late.
  2. I overslept. (= I slept longer than I should have)
  3. My alarm didn’t go off.
  4. I had to wait ages for a bus. (Ages = a very long time)
  5. The bus was late.
  6. The traffic was terrible.
  7. I couldn’t find a parking spot.
  8. I got lost coming here.
  9. I was tied up in a meeting. (Tied up = occupied, impossible to escape)
  10. I just lost track of time. (= I didn’t notice what time it was)

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