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How to say hello:

Hello!

Hi!

How are you?

How are you doing?

How do you do?

Whats up?

Nice to meet you!

Good morning!

Good afternoon!

Good evening!

How to say goodbye:

Goodbye!

Bye!

See you later!

See you around!

See you then!

See you soon!

See you next week!

See you tomorrow!

See you on Tuesday!

Nice to meet you! / It was a pleasure!

Have a good day!

Good night!

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"I'm ...(name)... I'm ...(age)... years old and I'm from...(country, province, city)."

Name: What's your name?


-My name is... / I'm...

Surname/ Last name: Whats your surname?


-My surname is

Age: How old are you?


-I'm... years old.

Hometown: Where are you from?


-I'm from...

Cell phone number: What's your cell phone number?


-My cellphone number is... / It's...

Email address: What's your email address?


-My email address is... / It's...

NIC number / (National) Identity Document number: Whats your NIC number?
-My ____ number is

/Its

Date of birth: Whats your date of birth?


-My date of birth is

/ Its

Birthday: Whens your birthday?


-My birthday is in

Email addresses:

- Dash

_ Underscore

@ at

. dot

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North America

Central America

South America

Europe

Africa

Asia

Oceania

Argentina Argentinian

Chile Chilean

Brazil Brazilian

The USA American

Canada Canadian

The UK British

Spain Spanish

Italy Italian

Germany- German

France French

South Africa South African

Japan Japanese

China Chinese

Australia Australian

Mexico Mexican

Russia Russian

South Korea South Korean

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North

South

East

West

0= zero

20= twenty

40= forty

1= one

21= twenty-one

41= forty-one

2= two

22= twenty-two

42= forty-two

3= three

23= twenty-three

43= forty-three

4= four

24= twenty-four

44= forty-four

5= five

25= twenty-five

45= forty-five

6= six

26= twenty-six

46= forty-six

7= seven

27= twenty-seven

47= forty-seven

8= eight

28= twenty-eight

48= forty-eight

9= nine

29= twenty-nine

49= forty-nine

10= ten

30= thirty

50= fifty

11= eleven

31= thirty-one

51= fifty-one

12= twelve

32= thirty-two

52= fifty-two

13= thirteen

33= thirty-three

53= fifty-three

14= fourteen

34= thirty-four

54= fifty-four

15= fifteen

35= thirty-five

55= fifty-five

16= sixteen

36= thirty-six

56= fifty-six

17= seventeen

37= thirty-seven

57= fifty-seven

18= eighteen

38= thirty-eight

58= fifty-eight

19= nineteen

39= thirty-nine

59= fifty-nine

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60= sixty
61= sixty-one
62= sixty-two
63= sixty-three
64= sixty-four
65= sixty-five
66= sixty-six
67= sixty-seven
68= sixty-eight
69= sixty-nine
70= seventy
71= seventy-one
72= seventy-two
73= seventy-three
74= seventy-four
75= seventy-five
76= seventy-six
77= seventy-seven

78= seventy-eight

97= ninety-seven

79= seventy-nine

98= ninety-eight

80= eighty

99= ninety-nine

81= eighty-one

100= one hundred

82= eighty-two

101= one hundred one

83= eighty-three

102=one hundred two

84= eighty-four

145=one hundred fortyfive

85= eighty-five
86= eighty-six
87= eighty-seven
88= eighty-eight
89= eighty-nine

200=two hundred
300=three hundred
400=four hundred
500=five hundred
600=six hundred

90= ninety
91= ninety-one
92= ninety-two
93= ninety-three
94= ninety-four
95= ninety-five
96= ninety-six

700=seven hundred
800=eight hundred
900=nine hundred
999=nine hundred
ninety-nine
1000=one thousand
1.000.000= one million

2.368= two thousand, three hundred, sixty-eight.


22.368= twenty-two thousand, three hundred, sixty-eight.
522.368= five hundred, twenty-two thousand, three hundred, sixty-eight.
5/22./3/68= five hundred, twenty-two thousand, three hundred, sixty-eight.
5

1st= first

17th= seventeenth

2nd= second

18th= eighteenth

3rd= third

19th= nineteenth

4th= fourth

20th= twentieth

5th= fifth

21st= twenty-first

6th= sixth

22nd= twenty-second

7th= seventh

23rd= twenty-third

8th= eight

24th= twenty-fourth

9th= ninth

25th= twenty-fifth

10th= tenth

26th= twenty-sixth

11th= eleventh

27th= twenty-seventh

12th= twelfth

28th= twenty-eighth

13th= thirteenth

29th= twenty-ninth

14th= fourteenth

30th= thirtieth

15th= fifteenth

31st= thirty-first

16th= sixteenth

Monday

Friday

Tuesday

Saturday

Wednesday

Sunday

Thursday

Note: The preposition we use with the days of the week is on.
Example:

English lessons are on Mondays.

in the morning

in the evening

at midday

at night

in the afternoon

at midnight

Note: The prepositions we use with the parts of the day are in and at.
Example:

Lessons are in the evening.

January

July

February

August

March

September

April

October

May

November

June

December

Note: The preposition we use with the months of the year is in.
Example:

My birthday is in January.

Summer

Autumn / fall

Winter

Spring

Note: The preposition we use with the seasons is in.


Example:

My birthday is in summer.

We can ask for the time with the following questions:


Whats the time?
What time is it?
In order to answer the request: first, we mention the minutes; then, past or to;
finally, we consider the hour.
Example: What time is it?

Its twenty-five past two.

The translations of this verb is Ser or Estar, but it can also be interpreted as
Tener when we are talking about the age.
Examples: We are from Argentina.
I am at the institute.
He is twenty-four years old.

(+) Affirmative form


I

m (am)

he / she / it

s (is)

you / we / they

re (are)

busy

studying.

busy

studying.

busy

studying?

(-) Negative form


I

m not (=am not)

he / she / it

isnt (=is not)

you / we / they

arent (=are not)

(?) Interrogative form


Am

Is

he / she / it

Are

you / we / they

Short answers
Yes, I am.

Yes, he / she / it is.

Yes, you /we/they are.

No, Im not.

No, he /she /it isnt.

No, you/we/they arent.

We can also use Wh- words (like what, how old, where, when). These words
appear at the beginning of the question.
Examples: What is your name?
How old are you?

This structure expresses existence or inexistence.


Examples: There are many students in this classroom.
There isnt a sofa in this room.

(+) Affirmative form


s (is)

a whiteboard.

are

four doors.

isnt (is not)

a blackboard.

arent (are not)

any fans.

There

(-) Negative form


There

(?) Interrogative form


Is

a whiteboard?
there

Are

four doors?

Short answers
Yes, there is
No, there isnt.

Yes, there are.


No, there arent.

We can also use Wh- words (like how many). These words appear at the
beginning of the question.
Examples: How many students are there in this classroom?
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